Judge Jacqueline P. Cox - General Information
Chambers: (312) 435-5679
Courtroom Deputy: (312) 435-5651
Information line: (312) 408-5084
Procedures for Cases Assigned to Judge Jacqueline P. Cox
|Hearings on Motions||
PLEASE SEE ORIGINAL MOTION/ADVERSARY SCHEDULE FOR DATES THE JUDGE IS NOT SITTING
|Emergency Motions||To calendar an emergency matter, see General Order 12-1, then contact the courtroom deputy at 312-435-5651.|
|Withdrawal of Motions or Set Matters||Any party wishing to withdraw a matter must notify all the parties of record in writing that the matter is being withdrawn and contact the courtroom deputy at (312) 435-5651. The matter will be posted as “withdrawn” on the Court Calendar.|
|Motions Granted In Chambers||All matters are called and heard in open court.|
|Appearance by Telephone||None allowed unless requested by motion.|
|Courtesy Copies (copies to be delivered
|Except for emergency motions, no copies of motions or other filings are to be delivered to chambers unless ordered by Judge Cox.|
|Motions for Relief from Automatic Stay||All motions for relief from the automatic stay must be accompanied by a Required Statement to Accompany All Motions for Relief From Stay in form required by Court General Order.|
|Motion to Continue Stay in Effect||
Motions to continue an automatic stay pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 362 (c)(3) or to impose an automatic stay under § 362 (c)(4) must:
|Service of Motions||
For all contested matters (as defined in Bankruptcy Rule 9014), the motion or request must be served in compliance with Rule 7004. Corporations must be served as required under Rule 7004(b)(3) on an officer, managing or general agent, or on any agent authorized by appointment or by law to receive service of process. Service of a corporation at a P.O. Box to which payments are sent is not sufficient under Rule 7004(b)(3). An insured depository institution (as defined in section 3 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act) must be served under Rule 7004(h).
|Motions for Approval of Attorney’s Fees||
Cases filed under Chapters 7, 11 and 12:
Cases filed under Chapter 13:
At the first status on adversary proceedings, the court generally requires the parties to hold a Rule 26(f) conference and file a Rule 26(f) report with proposed discovery deadlines. At the second status, the court generally sets discovery deadlines, and schedules a status hearing after the discovery cut-off. At the status hearing after discovery has closed, the court generally enters a Final Pretrial Order (example on Judge Cox’s web site under Standing Orders and Forms/Final Pretrial Order), and a trial date.
Each party shall bring to court enough pre-marked copies of each exhibit to provide a copy to the court, all attorneys and witnesses.
Motions that are noticed for an incorrect date, time, or location will automatically be stricken prior to the date noticed for hearing in the motion. Emergency motions that are scheduled for hearing without receiving prior approval from Judge Cox will also be stricken. The courtroom deputy will inform you prior to the hearing date noticed in the motion if the motion has been stricken. If a motion has been stricken, a party wishing to have the court consider the request made in the stricken motion must re-notice the motion for an appropriate hearing date.
A motion will be stricken in court if the movant fails to appear to present the motion.