Thanks to my partner, Bryan Faller, for pointing this out, as set forth here and effective as of February 2, 2012 (and governing pending and new cases), the Southern District of Ohio (Western Division) in Dayton has made significant changes to its practice requirements in that Division. Bryan writes:
The judicial officers residing in Dayton have issued General Order No. Day 12-01 that modifies many of the S.D. Ohio Local Rules. For example, although S.D. Ohio Local Rule 7.2(a)(3) generally allows parties to file motions and briefs in excess of 20 pages without first obtaining leave of court [with certain judges having their own rules that supersede the local rules], the Dayton judges now require leave of court before filing memoranda in excess of 20 pages (see page 11 of the General Order).
There are many other changes included in the comprehensive order. For those CBA members practicing in Dayton federal court, these changes are worth a read.