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- ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER
- UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM
As of July 6, 2020, all visitors, attorneys, witnesses, spectators, law enforcement officers, prisoners, vendors, and all other non-court personnel, to any Unified Court System facility are required to submit to temperature screening and questioning upon entry into the facility. New Note!
- STATE COURTS
New York Supreme Court: Pending the resumption of jury trials in Supreme Court, New York County, cases that have been conferenced in the J-Med Part (Judicial Mediation) and in Part 40 and which could not be resolved prior to trial are being placed on a waiting list. New Note!
New York Civil Court: This notice seeks email addresses and/or phone numbers from attorneys with pending two-attorney cases in NY County Civil whose cases were adjourned due to COVID in order to facilitate remote conferencing.
Queens Civil Court: Beginning August 17, 2020, Queens Civil Court will hold a Skype conference for the Part 30 and Part 32 motions every Monday at 12pm. Although the motion calendars will be heard only on Mondays at 12pm, during that call, the entire week’s Part 30 and 32 motion calendars will be heard. For example, on August 17, the court will conference the Part 30 and 32 motions from August 17-21. This will continue each Monday at 12pm, and anyone who is interested in receiving a Skype invitation for the motion calendars should email the Court at [email protected]. Please be advised that only two-attorney motions shall be conferenced during these calendars. Any questions should be sent to [email protected]. New Note
Kings Surrogate Court: Updated Procedures To Include Adjournments Through JUNE
Richmond Surrogate Court: Actions Being Taken By the Court To Combat the Spread of COVID-19 Effective as of June 15, 2020
- APPELLATE COURTS
NYS Court of Appeals:
Appellate Division, First and Second Departments:
First Department, Appellate Division:
First Department, Appellate Term:
- FEDERAL COURTS
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit:
- NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION
Statement From NYSBA President Scott Karson Regarding the U.S. Supreme Court Decision that the 1964 Civil Rights Act Barring Sex Discrimination in the Workplace Applies to Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Workers.
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