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The Advisory Committee on Rules on Appellate Procedure last year approved a proposal limiting federal appellate briefs to 13,000 words, around 52 pages, with the intent of reducing already-strained workloads for appellate court judges. Previously, litigants were allowed 14,000 words.

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