Attorneys on Tuesday praised a move by the Manhattan federal court to begin relaxing some of its safety protocols as the court inches toward an eventual return to regular in-person operations.

But the measures, which only apply to bench trials and other non-jury proceedings, were still preliminary and “small steps” that signaled a full resumption of jury trials was at least months away, the litigators told the Law Journal.

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