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Court Call Services
Telephonic appearances through the use of Court Call may be permitted in accordance with the following guidelines:
- Parties must place in writing their request to participate telephonically AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE HEARING DATE. Permission will generally not be granted to argue any contested manner.
- Click here for cases that parties may listen into without permission.
- The written request may be submitted online via the Technology Request Form or faxed or mailed to the appropriate court listed below.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
District of Nevada
Foley Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
300 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Disrtict of Nevada
C. Clifton Young Federal Building
300 Booth St.
Reno, Nevada 89509
Chief Judge Nakagawa
Fax Number: (702) 527-7025
Fax Number: (702) 527-7035
Fax Number: (702) 527-7015
Fax Number: (702) 527-7045
Fax Number: (775) 326-2185
Fax Number: (775) 326-2125
The request must include
- Debtor(s) name
- Bankruptcy case number
- Date and time of hearing
- Name and telephone number of participant
- Docket number of the items for which the appearance is requested
- Reason a telephonic appearance is requested
If the requesting party wishes to argue a contested matter, the request must state the specific extraordinary reasons for such request. Generally, the mere fact that an attorney or party resides outside of Clark County, Nevada does not constitute sufficient cause to be permitted to appear by telephone.
- A court services staff member will notify the person who requested to participate telephonically whether or not permission has granted. If permission is granted, contact Court Call below to set up the telephonic appearance. Court Call fees and services may be obtained at their website.
CourtCall Telephonic Court Appearances
Phone: (866) 582-6878
Additional procedures if permission is granted
Note: The courtroom deputy or member of the Judge's staff will advise you of any additional procedures in addition to the procedures outlined below.
- Parties are not to use a speaker phone as this may interfere with the recording sound quality of the hearing. This court records hearings rather than using court reporters, therefore, clarity is of the utmost importance.
- Parties are to identify themselves each time they speak so that the Judge, recorder, courtroom and other telephonic participants know who is addressing the court.