8010-1. BRIEFS AND ORAL ARGUMENT

8010-1. Briefs and Oral Argument.
(a) Briefs. Unless the assigned District Judge orders otherwise for good cause shown:
(1) The appellant shall serve and file a brief within 28 days after entry of the appeal on the District Court’s docket pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 8007.
(2)
The appellee shall serve and file a brief within 21 days after service of appellant’s brief. If the appellee has filed a cross-appeal, the brief of appellee shall contain the issues and argument pertinent to the cross-appeal, denominated as such, and the response to the brief of the appellant.
(3)
The appellant may serve and file a reply brief within 14 days after service of appellee’s brief, and if the appellee has filed a cross-appeal, the appellee may file and serve a reply brief to the response of the appellant to the issues presented in the cross-appeal within 14 days after service of the reply brief of the appellant.
(4)
Briefs shall comply with Bankruptcy Rule 8010; provided however, 50-page and 25-page limits for principal briefs and reply briefs in Bankruptcy Rule 8010(c), respectively, are reduced to 25 pages and 15 pages.

(b) Oral Argument. Upon completion of the briefing, the assigned District Judge will set a date for oral argument, if needed; otherwise the matter will be deemed submitted for decision.
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