Bar Counsel shall include in the package containing the petition served on respondent in accordance with Rule 7.2 a letter (the "service letter") which shall notify respondent of the terms of this Rule and specifically identify an address at which respondent shall be deemed to have consented to service by mail of all subsequent documents, unless respondent notifies Bar Counsel in writing, a copy of which must be filed with the Board, of a different address at which subsequent documents may be served upon him. In the absence of receipt by Bar Counsel of such written notice, subsequent documents may be served upon respondent by regular mail addressed to him at the address identified in the service letter.
In the event counsel for respondent enters
his appearance of record in the proceeding, subsequent documents may be
served upon respondent by regular mail addressed to respondent’s counsel
at his office address noted in his appearance. Subsequent documents may
also be served on respondent in any other manner permitted by Rule 5(b)
of the Superior Court Rules of Civil Procedure.
The person serving any subsequent documents
shall file with the Board Office proof of service thereof in accordance
with Rule 5-I of the Superior Court Rules of Civil Procedure. The Board
Office shall include such proof of service as part of the official record