(a) Upon the entry of an Order of Joint Administration or Substantive Consolidation, the Clerk shall:
(1) designate one of the cases as the lead case for docketing and filing;
(2) enter the Order of Joint Administration or Substantive Consolidation on the docket of all cases affected by the Order;
(3) serve the Order of Joint Administration or Substantive Consolidation on all parties on the consolidated mailing list;
(4) maintain thereafter only the lead case docket as the active docket for filings in the consolidated cases.
(b) Within seven days after the entry of an Order for Joint Administration or Substantive Consolidation, the party on whose motion the order was granted shall file a consolidated mailing list, complying with Local Rule 1007-2, of all interested parties in all the affected cases, without duplications.
(c) All filings in jointly administered and substantively consolidated cases shall include the names and docket numbers of all the affected cases, unless the court orders otherwise.
(d) Notwithstanding subsection (c) of this Local Rule, the court for cause may require parties to file separate documents for each jointly administered or consolidated case.