COVID-19 US Court Resources

US Court & Agency Access, Closures & Modifications During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Current as of August 3, 2020

In light of directives and guidance from government officials and healthcare professionals related to the COVID-19 pandemic, many federal and state courts, regulatory agencies, and alternative dispute providers across the United States have made significant changes to their access, schedules and operating procedures. These modifications vary widely across jurisdiction, and are changing rapidly.

In order to help track this important but shifting body of orders and guidelines, we provide below links to select publicly available sources. These materials are updated as of the date indicated above, are not necessarily conclusive, and may not provide a comprehensive list of all relevant orders and guidelines across or within any specific jurisdiction or forum. To account for this shifting framework and the fluid dynamics of the COVID-19 response, and to ensure you are operating with and making decisions based on a full and current set of appropriate orders and rulings at the specific courthouse, judge, and case level, please contact the Latham lawyer with whom you normally consult or any of the contacts listed on this page.

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