An attorney , named in the records of a case, who is responsible for handling the cause on behalf of the party he represents.
Attorney whose name must appear somewhere in permanent records or files of case, or on the pleadings or some instrument filed in the case, or on appearance docket.
An attorney whose name appears on the records or files of a case and the person whom the client has named as his representative in the matter. bail: a monetary amount usually set by a judge at the initial appearance of the accused the purpose of which is to ensure the return and appearance of the accused at subsequent court proceedings.
An attorney who represents a party and has entered an appearance in an action (see “counsel”).
Attorney whose name appears in the permanent records or files of a case. ()
The principal attorney in a lawsuit, who signs all formal documents relating to the suit.
An attorney that is officially representing a party in a proceeding. An attorney of record is generally authorized to perform certain functions on behalf of a party, including receiving service of papers.
An attorney who has filed either a Notice of Appearance or any court papers in the case.
The name of the attorney whose name appears on the permanent records and files for a particular case. Initially, a Notice of Appearance with the Court must be filed by the attorney with the court.
The attorney of record is one who filed a Certificate of Representation with the court. Once an attorney files a certificate of representation, that attorney remains the attorney of record for a person until a court order dismisses the attorney or until the attorney formally withdraws from the file.
Attorney whose name appears on the permanent records and files of a particular case. Initially, the attorney must file a Notice of Appearance with the Court.
An attorney whose name is in the permanent case record as representing a party in an action.