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Joshua R. Goodbaum, partner with Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti, P.C.

Covid-19 has unsettled virtually every institution in American life, and the courts unfortunately are no exception. The federal and state courthouses in Connecticut have largely closed to the public, although they remain “open for business,” at least in a virtual sense. And this judicial tumult has climbed all the way to the hallowed halls of the U.S. Supreme Court, which has indefinitely postponed oral arguments it previously scheduled for March and April 2020—including in several newsworthy cases, such as disputes about President Trump’s tax returns. But like the Postal Service, neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor apparently Covid-19 will stop the Supreme Court from issuing opinions.

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