As some U.S. courts are grappling with the omicron-driven spike in COVID-19 infections, as previously reported by The National Law Journal, plaintiffs firms are once again facing court delays, especially when it comes to jury trials.

“Our clients are stressed by the delays associated with courts closing or being slow in bringing cases to trial,” Robins Kaplan Los Angeles based partner Roman M. Silberfeld said.

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