Telephone Conferences Sample Clauses

Telephone Conferences. Telephone conferences may be arranged, however they will be bilateral conferences.
Telephone Conferences. If a Party, upon not less than seven (7) days written notice, requests so, the Technology Sharing Sub-Committee shall meet for a telephone conference within reasonable business hours, however taking any differences in time zones into consideration. The Parties may hold telephone conferences upon shorter notice if extraordinary and urgent matter so require.
Telephone Conferences. The Borrower shall participate in telephone conferences with the Prepetition First Lien Agent and the Administrative Agent and their respective professionals no less than once per week and more frequently during normal business hours as requested by the Prepetition First Lien Agent and Administrative Agent (or their respective professionals) in writing (including via electronic mail) upon at least one (1) Business Day’s notice.
Telephone Conferences. Grievances and other matters handled by NPPN designated representatives may be discussed on the telephone. Each party is responsible for its own costs, including telephone and FAX costs. In all such telephone grievance processing situations, the NPPN representative shall provide the USPS representative with a written statement of the facts and issue(s) at least 24 hours in advance of the telephone discussion.
Telephone Conferences. As authorized by Section 10-15-1,C of the Open Meetings Act, NMSA 1978, when it is difficult or impossible for a member of the board or committee to attend a meeting in person, the member may participate through a conference telephone. Each member participating by conference telephone must be identified when speaking, all participants must be able to hear each other at the same time and members of the public attending the meeting must be able to hear any member of the board or committee who speaks during the meeting.[5-31-95; NMAC - Rn, 16 NMAC 5.1.11, 12-14-00]
Telephone Conferences. The Court may, in its discretion, order or allow oral argument on any motion by telephone conference call or speaker phone conference call, provided that all participants to the conference can be heard by all other parties at all times during the conference call. The attorney shall schedule such conference calls at a time convenient to all parties and the judge. The judge may direct which party or parties shall bear the cost of the conference call.
Telephone Conferences. Requests for attorneys and parties to participate in conferences by telephone will be considered on a case by case basis. However, unless otherwise ordered by the Court, settlement conferences and the initial case management conference will not be conducted over the telephone. (For settlement conferences, both counsel and parties are expected to appear in person.) See Settlement Conferences infra. When a telephone conference is permitted, counsel shall initiate the conference and contact the Court only after all parties are connected.
Telephone Conferences. A Director’s participation in a Board meeting via telephone, real-time video conferencing, or similar real-time electronic or video communication counts toward a quorum, and such Director may vote as if physically present. A speaker must be used so that the conversation of such Director may be heard by the Board members attending in person as well as by any Members present at the meeting.
Telephone Conferences. Telephone conferences with all litigants may be used at the Court’s discretion to resolve scheduling matters, time extensions, or other disputes. Litigants will be notified of the date and time for the telephone conference. The moving or initiating party must arrange the telephone conference and to contact Judge Padin’s Chambers after all litigants are present on the call unless otherwise advised by the Court.When litigants contact Chambers for a conference call, litigants should recognize that the individuals who answer the phone are asking for names and spelling for a reason. The Courtroom Deputy or law clerks are recording the names for purposes of organizing the call and streamlining discussion. Therefore, please speak slowly and spell your name so that the Judge knows who is participating during the call. Again, in cases involving numerous parties, litigants should remember to identify themselves during the call so that Judge Padin knows who is talking.Failure to observe basic telephone courtesy will result in the Court’s refusal to use telephone conferences in matters involving the offending participants.