(A) Termination of employment. When a lawyer ceases to be employed as in-house counsel with the entity submitting the certification under § 3-1202(D), the lawyer’s authorization to perform legal services under this rule terminates. The lawyer and employer shall immediately notify the Clerk of the Nebraska Supreme Court in writing that the employment has ended.
(B) Change of employers. If within 90 days of ceasing to be employed by the employer submitting the certification under § 3-1202(D), the lawyer becomes employed as in-house counsel by another employer who meets the requirements of this rule, the lawyer’s registration shall be reinstated for the remainder of the calendar year after the new employer files the certification required under § 3-1202(D).
(C) Failure to maintain active status. If a lawyer who is registered under this rule fails to maintain active status in at least one jurisdiction, the rights and privileges under this rule automatically terminate.
(D) Any lawyer registered under this rule shall file a completed renewal form found at Appendix 1 herein on or before January 1 setting forth the requirements of § 3-1202(B) through (D) and pay the annual renewal fee of $345 to the Nebraska Supreme Court for credit to the Nebraska Supreme Court’s Counsel for Discipline Cash Fund.
(E) Any lawyer who fails to file the annual renewal on or before January 1 shall pay an additional late fee of $25.
§ 3-1203(D) amended April 10, 2013.