Hi, and welcome back to another edition of Bench Report! I know getting this newsletter is the thrill of your Friday morning, but I’ll be off next week—and this newsletter writer is soliciting recommendations for what to do in Seattle. Don’t let my break stop you from sending your news, tips, feedback (and vacation advice) to [email protected], and follow me on Twitter @jacq_thomsen.Linda Parker, during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee to be United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Michigan. October 30, 2013. Photo by Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM.
Figuring Out the Record on Court Recording
This week’s big legal news was the six-hour sanctions hearing for the Trump-allied lawyers over a Michigan lawsuit that sought to overturn last year’s election results—but the virtual hearing is raising interesting questions about public access to, and recordings of, those kinds of proceedings.
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