Rules and Procedures
Local Rules Committee for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin is undertaking a review of its local rules. It will convene a meeting on October 28, 2015, at 3:00 p.m. in Room 190 at the United States Courthouse, 517 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for purposes of creating a new local rules committee and to solicit proposed rules changes. All members of the bar are invited and encouraged to attend the meeting.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
G. Michael Halfenger
United States Bankruptcy Judge
United States Bankruptcy Court
Eastern District of Wisconsin
Attention: SupplementWarehouse.com Proof of Claim Filers
The bar date for filing claims in the SupplementWarehouse.com, Inc. case is June 8, 2015. The Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin uses an online claims filing system to make filing your claim easier.
To electronically file your claim, please click HERE.
For detailed step by step instructions on electronically filing claims, click HERE.
If you need assistance, call 414-297-3291. Please remember that the clerk's staff is not permitted to give legal advice.
To enhance the registration process for new electronic filers, the Bankruptcy Clerk's Office has added an online submission process. To register for an electronic filing account on this Court’s Electronic Case Filing System (CM-ECF), please click here.
The CM/ECF Training system provides functionality similar to the CM/ECF Live system. Filers are able to experience CM/ECF without affecting the status of cases already in the Live CM/ECF system. If you do not already have access to the training system or need assistance with your login, please contact our Help Desk at 414-290-2700.
Frequently Asked Questions:
To access a list of common questions related to CM/ECF filing and troubleshooting, click here.
Please contact our court trainer, Michelle Hawley, for any training related questions:
New CM/ECF Transcript Events Regarding Fed. R. Bankr. P. 8009(b)
Rule 8009(b), effective December 1, 2014, defines the responsibility of the appellant and the appellee to document whether each has ordered a transcript as part of the record for an appeal. Both appellant and appellee must file the appropriate event, listed below, after each has filed the Designation of Record and Statement of Issues on Appeal.
Transcript Ordered Regarding Notice of Appeal. This event must be used when the party is ordering a transcript that is not currently on the docket. The party must order the transcript directly from the transcription service provider (listed HERE) and make satisfactory arrangements to pay the costs. The filing party should attach to this event a copy of the transcript order as a PDF.
Certification of No Transcript Ordered Regarding Notice of Appeal. This event must be used when the appellant or appellee is NOT ordering a transcript. The filing party should create a PDF and title it to match the name of this event.
For filing questions, please contact the Clerk's Office CM/ECF Help Desk (414-290-2700).