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'Cannot Be Secret Proceedings': Petition Wants Video Access to Virtual Court Hearings
"There is no doubt that the pandemic provides a compelling reason for remote courtrooms. It does not, however, provide a reason to exclude the public from watching what happens in those remote courtrooms, a practice that therefore violates the First Amendment," the filing reads.
       


Fri, 11 Jun 2021 18:32:37 EST


State Lawmakers Vote To Add More Judicial Seats as Session Ends
In an apparent pushback to Chief Judge Janet DiFiore and other high-level judges, state lawmakers passed legislation that would limit the court system's power over the process known as certification, which allows state judges to serve past 70 years old.
       


Fri, 11 Jun 2021 17:21:32 EST


Mayweather vs. Paul: How a Miami Lawyer Helped Negotiate One of the Year's Biggest Fights
"I think any transactional attorney should always bear in mind that they have to understand the business deal, and that's the main driver," said a South Florida attorney involved in negotiating the Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul fight.
       


Fri, 11 Jun 2021 15:30:29 EST


This Litigator Is Less Worried About Post-Pandemic Juries After $4.1M Verdict Over Botched Eye Surgery
"There's been a lot of thought and concern amongst the trial bar about how are juries going to think about doctors and hospitals," the plaintiffs' attorney said. "I'm not as concerned about it as I was before."
       


Fri, 11 Jun 2021 15:24:36 EST


Law.com Litigation Trendspotter: SPACs Aren't New, but They Are Hot—and So Are Lawsuits Targeting Them
As you've probably heard, special purpose acquisition company—or SPAC—mergers have spiked over the past couple of years. And, along with it, so has litigation targeting these deals. But some defense attorneys say these SPAC lawsuits simply put a new(-ish) spin on traditional claims.
       


Fri, 11 Jun 2021 15:08:38 EST
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