B. If the parties agree to the relief sought a motion shall be accompanied by a stipulation signed by all affected counsel or unrepresented parties, a prepared order and a praecipe to assign the stipulated matter for disposition.
Motion. Form. Content A motion shall be in the form required by Pa. R.C.P. No. 208.2.
RULE 208.2(e). Motion. Form. Content Every motion relating to discovery shall contain a certification that the parties, after reasonable effort, are unable to resolve the dispute.
Procedure for Disposition of Motion
A. Praecipe for Disposition. Motions will be sent to the assigned judge for disposition upon completion of the briefing schedule pursuant to L.C.R.C.P. No. 208.3(b) below or by praecipe of any party , unless the parties agree to extend the briefing schedule. If the parties agreed to extend the briefing schedule, the parties shall file a Notice of Extension of Briefing Schedule setting forth the agreed upon extension. The motion(s) at issue will be sent to the assigned judge for disposition upon completion of the agreed upon briefing schedule or by praecipe of any party. B. Oral Argument. Any party may request oral argument by filing a praecipe at the time a brief is filed pursuant to Local Rule 208.3(b)A., B., or C. C. Emergency Motions. Emergency motions must be presented to the assigned judge, or in the assigned judge’s absence the business judge who will advise the parties how to proceed.
A. Motion and Brief. The moving party shall file a motion, proposed order and supporting brief concurrently. If a brief is not filed with the motion, the motion shall be deemed withdrawn, without prejudice, upon praecipe of an opposing party.