Judiciary Makes the Case for New Judgeships

Judiciary Makes the Case for New Judgeships

The creation of new judgeships has not kept pace with the growth in case filings over three decades, producing “profound” negative effects for many courts across the country, U.S. District Judge Brian S. Miller told Congress today.

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Insights into the Worldwide Legal Process Outsourcing Services Industry to 2024 – Emergence of …

The legal process outsourcing services market is poised to grow by USD 16.01 bn during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of 32% during the forecast …
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My grandmother, without a will, just died in Illinois, her…

My grandmother, without a will, just died in Illinois, her husband is deceased, she is left with a son and daughter. They are siblings to my mother who died before my grandmother. Am I eligible for any of my grandmothers assets because of my mother… (Replies: 1)
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what papers do I need to fill out to take myself off of…

what papers do I need to fill out to take myself off of property and have it just in my son and daughter-in-laws- name (Replies: 1)
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Oklahoma Votes For Medicaid Expansion Over Objections Of Republican State Leaders

A narrow majority approved the ballot measure, making Oklahoma the 37th state to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. An estimated 200,000 uninsured adults will now qualify for coverage.
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