(a) All motions to compel discovery or for protective orders must, in addition to the discovery being sought or enjoined in the motion, set forth in full the text of the discovery originally sought or enjoined and the response made to it, if any, and comply with Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(c), as adopted by Fed. R. Bankr. P. 7026.

(b) Discovery motions will not be considered unless a statement of moving counsel is attached certifying that, after consultation or effort to do so, the parties have been unable to resolve the matter without court action.

(c) Any attorney or party appearing pro se may make written application to, or, where time does not permit, may telephone the court, to request judicial assistance in resolving an emergency discovery dispute. The attorney or party seeking emergency relief must endorse on the face of any written application the words, "Request for Emergency Relief" and also obtain an Order Shortening Time pursuant to LR 9006.