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NJ Law Firms on the Radar, an Uptick in Financial Services Cases, and More: What’s Happening in New Jersey Litigation?

This week’s highlights from Legal Radar include a new appearance by Gibbons litigator Larry Lustberg, McElroy Deutsch filing an interpleader action, and a 17% month-over-month increase in new banking and financial services industry cases in federal court.           Click Here To Read The Full Article

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‘Holding Court’ with a Minnesota Magistrate Judge: Virtual Settlement Conferences Are ‘Very Different But Also Very Much the Same’

“Only about two cases out of 100 go to trial,” says U.S. Magistrate Judge Tony Leung of the District of Minnesota. “So, if only two out of 100 go to trial, you have to ask yourself, ‘Is this one of the two out of 100?’”           Click Here To Read The Full Article

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After weathering Hurricane Sally, First Circuit courts are up and running

When Hurricane Sally lumbered into Gulf Shores, Ala., it blasted Northwest Florida — where residents were expecting only a glancing blow — with Category 2 winds, 36 inches of rain, and 5.6 feet of storm surge. Less than two weeks later, courts in the First Judicial Circuit — which includes Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, and […]

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Foster-Morales reflects on lessons learned during her Town Hall tour

After 20 town hall meetings in 58 days devoted to finding out how lawyers are dealing with COVID-19 stresses, Bar President Dori Foster-Morales said one lesson is that “technology is not the biggest problem.” Since the courts stopped most in-person proceedings in mid-March, the rapid shift to online hearings has been taken in stride by […]

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