The upheaval that COVID-19 has inflicted on courts and law firms has yet to significantly interrupt the stream of new suits being filed in New Jersey’s federal courts.

An analysis of PACER filings for the District of New Jersey in the first quarter of 2020 showed a 5% decline from the same period in 2019. But filings for the month of March were up by 19% when compared with March 2019. The data reflects both criminal filings and civil cases of all kinds.

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