In all cases where the court directs that a judgment be settled by journal entry pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 58, it must be prepared in accordance with the directions of the court. Attorneys preparing the journal entry must, within 14 days-unless the court orders otherwise-serve copies on all other attorneys involved who must, within 14 days after service is made, serve on the attorney(s) preparing said journal entry any objections in writing. At the expiration of the time for serving objections, the attorney(s) preparing said journal entry must submit the original, together with any objections received, to the court for approval. If the attorneys cannot agree as to the form of the journal entry, the court will settle the journal entry.
* * *As amended 12/01/09.