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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: President Biden’s Supreme Court commission reports but declines to make recommendations, a bill to end PACER fees advances in the Senate, there’s continued growth in legal jobs, and California tops a tort reform organization’s list of “judicial hellholes”

Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: New research shows pace of tech change in the court “unprecedented”, LA expands online dispute resolution to eviction cases, two national firms announce merger plans, and a legal news service sues for access to public court records.

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: The Florida Supreme Court rules finds parking ticket app unlawful, Biden’s Supreme Court commission is split over key recommendations, law firms are struggling with attrition, and legal services inflation jumps suddenly

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: This week: Legal industry adds 4,300 jobs in September, 1-in-5 corporate lawyers “highly exhausted,” Netflix in hot water for fact-checking errors in hit chess drama, and more.

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: U.S. Supreme Court set to begin new term with a pack and controversial docket, eviction tsunami elusive—for now, an attorney avoids sanctions for lack of social media knowledge, and more.

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: Survey finds law firms are investing in tech but lawyers aren’t using it, California’s judicial council wants remote proceedings to be made permanent, NY publishes live eviction data, and comfort dogs ruled permissible in PA criminal trials.

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: Female lawyers still seriously underrepresented in senior positions says new report, appeal court opts against expanding definition of attorney-client privilege, and California’s lawmakers make a push for remote proceedings to continue post-pandemic.

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: Preliminary data shows a rise in divorce filings, eviction moratoriums in California and Illinois may expire soon, a new dating site is launched just for lawyers and those who want to meet them, and more.

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: New access to justice reports show most Americans face legal problems, AG seeks law school help to fight evictions, Florida courts re-introduce COVID-19 measures, and the California Bar Association rules on ethics obligations when working from home.

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: A new report shows jump in state court backlogs, mid-level associates are unhappy with return-to-the-office plans, and the Florida bar asks how many YouTube fans makes you a celebrity.

Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: LegalZoom seeks to take advantage of new lawyer-ownership rules in Arizona, delta variant fears see mask mandate reimposed in NY, and a leading PI firm offers $100k prize for a new jingle

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Court news & updates

Courts & legal news weekly roundup 

This week: ABA urges sensitivity when designing back-to-work policies, new survey finds dissatisfaction with MDL, and a major email mistake.