A. Form. The clerk will file all orders. The court will produce and file standard orders, which may be a text-only docket entry, entered by court employees authorized by the judge, and which may be the only court order regarding the matter.
B. Proposed Orders. If the party desires specific language or if the court requests one, a party may submit a proposed order as a PDF or in a format compatible with Microsoft Word by email to NEBml_Orders@neb.uscourts.gov. A proposed order may not be combined with or attached to a motion.
C. Signed Orders. Any order containing the judge’s electronic signature has the same force and effect as if the judge affixed the judge’s signature to a paper copy of the order and it was entered on the docket.
D. Service. The court will not serve any orders entered on uncontested matters. The movant must serve, in an appropriate manner, any creditor or party in interest entitled to notice. This Local Rule does not apply to orders of conversion. The new § 341 meeting notice served by the court constitutes notice of the conversion.