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1 Justice Department bid to drop criminal case against Michael Flynn returns to court
2 Federal judiciary can’t use PACER as IT slush fund, appeals court rules
3 The Supreme Court's Failed Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
4 After Conservative Backlash, Judiciary Drops Proposed Ban on Federalist Society, American Constitution Society Memberships | National Law Journal
5 The cyberthreat to US courts
6 Fixing the 'PACER problem' means more than a redesign
7 Judiciary Funding Absent in House, Senate Covid-19 Relief Bills
8 People in the News—July 17, 2020—Tucker Arensberg, Capehart Scatchard | The Legal Intelligencer
9 National bankruptcy filings fall despite COVID-19 impact
10 US judiciary drops draft opinion telling judges they can't be Federalist Society members
11 Bold Justice: Reversal rates edition
12 A Texas Judge Accused of Flouting COVID-19 Safety Precautions in Court | Texas Lawyer
13 Slowdowns, Disruptions Hobble Nation's Courts During Pandemic
14 US Courts Weigh Post-Virus Reopening Keyed to Conditions (1)
15 Reed Smith Adds Baker Botts Bankruptcy Partner in Dallas | Texas Lawyer
16 Kentucky Bankruptcies Dropped Last Quarter. It’s The Calm Before The Storm
17 Training Specialist Job Opening in Cleveland, Ohio
18 Global Overview of IP Entity Responses to COVID-19 Crisis (Updated 07 August 2020)
19 Coronavirus Combat Plans Drawn Up by US Courts (1)
20 Court Reopening Plans Face Pushback as Coronavirus Surges (1)
21 Federal courts seek more money and judges in next COVID-19 bill
22 Taxes A Big Issue When Clients File For Bankruptcy
23 Cleveland ranks as most stressed city in U.S., Pittsburgh at 97
24 D.C. judge: U.S. courts’ administrative agency can’t bar employees’ political speech
25 US Courts aims to make records more accessible with PACER redesign
26 Virtual Criminal Jury Trial Getting Texas Test—iPads Included
27 Owner of failed Midland, Sanford dams files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
28 IN BRIEF: Bankruptcies dropped during past 12 months, as COVID-19 impact likely lags
29 'There's no way to have 100% security': Federal judge reflects on violent threats 15 years after losing loved ones
30 What to Know in Washington: Congress Hits Weekend Without Deal
31 Supreme Court deals blow to felons in Florida seeking to regain the right to vote
32 Joe Biden Mocks Drug Testing In Response To Reporter's Cognitive Assessment Question
33 Federal courts prepare for possible coronavirus disruptions
34 Thousands are in limbo as Philly courts remain mostly stalled by coronavirus: ‘It’s just been mass confusion’
35 U.S. judge strikes down prohibitions on political speech for 1,100 federal court workers
36 Should the public pay a dime for access to court records?
37 Kansas Sues Interior Department to Block Native American Casino
38 Federal Courts Scramble To Adapt To Disruptions From Coronavirus Pandemic
39 U.S. Justice Department urges Congress to revise key law for setting regulatory policy
40 Minnesota 'Zip-It' inventor fights expensive, lengthy battle to restore patent
41 Courts mull closures and risks amid coronavirus pandemic
42 Lawsuit claiming Tom Dart unlawfully detained people after they posted bond can go forward
43 Federal Courts Respond to Covid-19 (Map: Updated July 9)
44 Federal Court Strikes Down Provisions Of Department Of Labor Rule On Federal Paid Leave
45 The fight for asylum with Bridget Cambria and Tobias Barrington Wolff: podcast and transcript
46 Judiciary Requests More Funding For Trump Judges (Corrected)
47 Trump's Numbers July 2020 Update
48 Colo. Tells 10th Circ. Block Of Trump Water Rule Was Proper
49 Federal courts eye move to hybrid cloud
50 Judicial appointments in Trump’s first three years: Myths and realities
51 Federal courts shuttered by coronavirus can hold hearings by video and teleconference in criminal cases
52 US Courts Try Out Social Distancing, Video for Grand Juries
53 As Coronavirus Spreads, Some Courts Shutter, Others Carry On
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55 COVID and the Courts: Reopening Plans
56 Courts Find Mask Stockpiles, Spurring Judiciary-Wide Search (1)
57 Administrative Office of the US Courts Awards Salient CRGT Five-year Blanket Purchase Agreement for Enterprise Data Management Support
58 Afternoon Briefs: Federal courts have reopening plan; billable hours cited in mental health survey
59 Examining the Demographic Compositions of US Circuit and District Courts
60 US Courts Admin Office Selects Thomson Reuters Platform for Legal Research; Steve Rubley Quoted
61 There are over 16K unresolved eviction claims in NJ since March. And more could be coming
62 Federal Courts Seek Financial Help in Response to Virus (1)
63 For Pa. and N.J. law school graduates, bar exams will be held despite virus and questions about the testing or
64 How coronavirus is crippling courts and raising concerns among civil liberties advocates
65 Congress Scrutinizes Federal Judiciary's Proposed Block on Federalist Society Memberships | National Law Journal
66 Southern Indiana District included in request for more judges
67 SCOTUS and other courts are restricting visitors or canceling proceedings amid coronavirus concerns
68 US Judiciary Requests Input on Off Premise Cloud Services
69 COVID-19 shutdowns are creating court backlogs across the US
70 'Serious' Misconduct Prompts House Look at Judicial Reforms (2)
71 Initial Court Responses to Covid-19 Leave a Patchwork of Policies
72 Federal Judiciary: The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Should Ensure Financial Disclosure Redaction Reports Are Submitted to Congress Annually
73 Atlanta Federal Judge Levels Mountain of Motions After a Year on 'Top' of National List | Daily Report
74 'See you in court': ACLU sues Trump nearly 400 times
75 A slew of federal and state courts suspend trials or close for coronavirus threat
76 Remote Court Proceedings Useful in Emergencies, Lawyers Say (1)
77 Lawmakers’ Verdict: Judiciary Must Do ‘Much’ More To Stop Sexual Harassment By Federal Judges
78 Expanding Electronic Access to the Federal Courts: the Pandemic's Unexpected Opportunity | National Law Journal
79 2nd Circuit to Weigh Reopening In-Person Operations in Summer, Katzmann Says | New York Law Journal
80 Eleventh Circuit Courthouse—Shuttered, but Still Needs New Wallpaper | Daily Report
81 Wisconsin's 2020 Primary in the Wake of COVID-19
82 Pa. Federal Courts Monitoring Coronavirus, Proceeding as Normal | The Legal Intelligencer
83 Federal Circuit Hammers Government on Use of PACER Fees (1)
84 New and improved PACER system unveiled
85 Thomson Reuters to Provide Westlaw Edge, Practical Law to US Federal Courts
86 Judges' Ties to Federalist, American Constitution Societies Eyed (Corrected)
87 American Courts’ Failure to Respond to the Coronavirus Could Be Catastrophic
88 House Democrats Urge Federal Judiciary to Add Inspector General | National Law Journal
89 Chief Justice Warns That 'Civic Education Has Fallen By the Wayside'
90 U.S. congressional panel to probe court secrecy
91 Cyber Attack Attempts on Judiciary Top 24 Million, Congress Told
92 A federal judge in D.C. hit ‘Reply All,’ and now there’s a formal question about his decorum
93 New Jersey Courts See Little Impact From Coronavirus as Officials Continuing Monitoring for the Virus | New Jersey Law Journal
94 Women hold 40% of leadership posts in state government, new study finds
95 Federal courts search for medical supplies to donate in COVID-19 fight
96 The Supreme Court can review an unfair impeachment trial
97 Predictive policing algorithms are racist. They need to be dismantled.
98 The Pressing Need To Support Courts During the Coronavirus Crisis
99 2nd Circuit Remains Open, With Restrictions, Amid Coronavirus Outbreak | New York Law Journal
100 California Courts Have Epidemic Playbook as Coronavirus Spreads | The Recorder