A patchwork of courts across the nation are taking action in different ways to protect staff and visitors as concerns over COVID-19 spreads throughout the legal community.

In New York, a key federal trial court announced it is prohibiting guests who have visited certain affected countries from entering its Manhattan building. On the opposite coast in Seattle, which is also dealing with the outbreak, all proceedings requiring in-person hearings have been suspended.

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