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Forthcoming Proposed Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: A Strategic Update
The Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules has recently released proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) with specific attention to case management in large matters, like Multidistrict Litigation and other coordinated proceedings. Also around the corner are impending FRCP changes to address data security and the protection of confidential information in the age of data breaches. Join this panel of experts to learn more about the proposed changes, how they might impact your practice, and how you can help improve or implement them.

LWNY 2024

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Why Didn't Somebody Do Something? Part 2: Involuntary Civil Commitment
If a person can be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of a crime, then the criminal-justice system can(doesn’t mean it will) get that person off the streets, at least temporarily, but… What happens when such a person has served his/her sentence, yet we identify that person (hopefully correctly) as still dangerous?… Or, what if we identify a person (hopefully correctly) as dangerous, but that person has not been convicted of a crime? What can the mental-health “system” do? – i.e., what are the legal requirements for short-and long-term involuntary civil commitment?">If a person can be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of a crime, then the criminal-justice system can(doesn’t mean it will) get that person off the streets, at least temporarily, but… What happens when such a person has served his/her sentence, yet we identify that person (hopefully correctly) as still dangerous?… Or, what if we identify a person (hopefully correctly) as dangerous, but that person has not been convicted of a crime? What can the mental-health “system” do? – i.e., what are the legal requirements for short-and long-term involuntary civil commitment?

Dr. Brian Russell

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