September 18, 2020

Temporary Emergency Provisions Regarding ZoomGov Remote Proceeding Access Information

NOTICE – Recording/Broadcasting Prohibitions

Consistent with the general prohibition on bringing recording equipment into our federal courthouses, the general prohibition on televising, recording or photographing any proceedings (see LBR 5073-1), and as more fully detailed in Standing Order 20-15, the following limitations apply for remote access to bankruptcy court proceedings in the Bankruptcy Court during the COVID-19 judicial emergency:

The broadcasting, televising, recording, or photographing of bankruptcy court proceedings is strictly prohibited except as specifically authorized by the Court regardless of whether such proceedings are conducted in the courtroom or remotely.

AUTHORIZED PARTICIPANTS – Zoomgov Remote Videoconference Access Information

Remote on-line access for authorized participants will be facilitated via Zoomgov. While a personal Zoom account is not required, participants are welcome to establish one if they so desire to assist with training and familiarity with how the process works. For some proceedings, listen-only teleconference lines will be available for non-participating attendees.

Steps to Participate – Zoomgov Remote Videoconference

Preparing to Participate in a Zoomgov Video Conference

On-line Public PACER Access to Case Information-Updated June 28, 2020