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(C) Timing of Supplemental Responses and
Replies. When a supplemental application is filed
under paragraph (A) or (B) of this section, the Court
will issue an order specifying the timing of responses
and replies to ensure that all previous applications have
been resolved before requiring a response to the next
application.
(c) Dispute Resolution.
In addition to the good faith
resolution requirements of subsections (a)(1) and (b)(1), either
party may request or the Court may direct that a staff
conference, pursuant to Rule 33, be conducted in person or by
telephone to discuss resolution of the contested elements of the
application.
(d) Appendices.
The parties shall attach as appendices
to any pleading submitted for filing under this Rule those
documents that are not already before the Court that are
necessary to meet the application content requirements of
28 U.S.C. § 2412(d).
(e) Form and Length.
All documents submitted for
filing under this Rule shall conform to the requirements set
forth in Rule 32 (Form of Briefs, Appendices, and Other
Documents), except that no submission for filing may exceed
20 pages, not counting any appendix containing pages
necessary to meet the application content requirements of
28 U.S.C. § 2412(d).
(f) Multiple Representatives.
Applications for EAJA
fees in cases in which reimbursement is sought for the work of
more than one representative must include a single,
consolidated, chronological billing statement for the full fee
award requested. That single billing statement shall be in
tabular form with entries listed in chronological order and
depict the work done on the case on each date, identifying the
representative who did the work, and must be signed by the
lead representative, who will be responsible for its accuracy
and completeness. The lead representative must sign the
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