BLS 2022 Preferences for Hearings, Conferences, Trials, and Filings
Posted in BLS Practice, Civil Practice, Jury Trial, Motion Practice, Practice and Procedure, Practice Tips
The judges sitting in the BLS during calendar year 2022 recently adopted and published guidance about their preferences and practices on court proceedings and filings. These preferences and practices include:
- encouraging the active participation in court proceedings by junior attorneys;
- asking parties to include in motion papers a brief explanation of their preference between in-person versus virtual proceedings;
- promoting in-person trials and evidentiary hearings; and
- explaining the circumstances where paper or digital copies should accompany electronic filings.
The complete guidance can be found here.
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