For Hearings Before Judge Craig:
All hearings will be conducted telephonically until further notice. All parties, including attorneys, clients, and pro se parties, may appear telephonically in accordance with the instructions below. Parties do not need to contact the Courtroom Deputy to request prior authorization to appear telephonically.
All parties must email the Courtroom Deputy by email at: email@example.com at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled hearing to identify the parties that will appear, as well as an email address where all appearing parties may be reached. All attorneys must also identify the party the attorney represents.
Please note that you should call in for the time in which your hearing is scheduled to avoid missing the call of your case. Additionally, depending on where your case is on the calendar, you may have to wait for a time with your phone on mute until your case is called.
Below are the instructions to be used to dial in for the telephonic appearance:
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Chief Judge Carla E. Craig
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, EDNY
Conrad B. Duberstein Courthouse
271-C Cadman Plaza East - Suite 1595
Brooklyn, NY 11201-1800
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Honorable Carla E. Craig was sworn in as a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of New York on February 28, 2000, and she was appointed Chief Bankruptcy Judge on March 1, 2007. Prior to her appointment, Judge Craig was a partner in the firm of Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP, where she headed the firm's bankruptcy practice. Before joining Brown Raysman, Judge Craig was a partner in the firm of Hertzog, Calamari & Gleason.