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Rule 13:
Duties of the Clerk

(a) During Proceeding. During the pendency of any proceeding under these rules concerning the actions or possible incapacity of a practitioner concerned, the Clerk will not refer the name of the practitioner concerned to unrepresented appellants before the Court.

(b) Notification to Other Jurisdictions. Following the issuance of an order imposing discipline, as prescribed in Rule 5(e), and subject to subsection (d) below, the Clerk will promptly mail a certified copy of the order imposing public discipline to another court or other governmental entity if there is reason to believe that the practitioner is admitted to practice before that court or entity.

(c) Notification to National Discipline Data Bank. Following the issuance of an order imposing discipline, as prescribed in Rule 5(e), and subject to subsection (d) below, the Clerk will promptly mail a certified copy of the order imposing public discipline to the American Bar Association's National Discipline Data Bank.

(d) Motion to Stay Notification. Not later than 14 days after public discipline has been imposed, the practitioner concerned may file a motion with the Court to stay notification pursuant to this Rule until after all action on an appeal by the practitioner concerned of the discipline imposed by the Court is completed. Evidence that an appeal has been filed must accompany a motion filed pursuant to this subsection.

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