Local Rule 9022. NOTICE OF JUDGMENT OR ORDER

(a) Notice by the clerk. Immediately upon the entry of a judgment or order, the clerk shall serve notice of the entry of the judgment or order on local counsel for the movant, via electronic means, as consented to by the movant. Registered CM/ECF users are deemed to have consented to service of the notice of the entry of orders or judgments via electronic means. If the counsel for the movant is not a registered CM/ECF user, the clerk shall serve a copy of the judgment or order on local counsel for the movant in accordance with the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. Counsel for the movant shall serve a copy of the judgment or order on all parties that contested the relief requested in the order and on any other parties as the court may direct, and file a certificate of service in accordance with the local rules.

(b) Pro se movants and sua sponte orders. For any pro se movant or sua sponte order, the clerk's office shall serve a copy of the judgment or order on all parties affected in accordance with the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.

(c) Service of copy of order. The clerk is responsible only for giving notice that the judgment or order has been entered on the court's docket. Lack of notice of the entry does not affect the time to appeal or relieve or authorize the court to relieve a party for failure to appeal within the time allowed, except as permitted under Fed. R. Bankr. P. 8002.