The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals is seeking comment on the proposed rescission of a federal rule regarding remands for revision of judgment.
Web Exclusive: Indiana Supreme Court proposes rule change to publish public notices online, create website
The Indiana Supreme Court has proposed an amendment to the state trial rules that would allow court-required public notices to go online on a court created-website. The court is describing the proposal as a possible tool to increase court modernization and efficiency, but one media organization is raising some concerns.Read More
Scrounging for change: DOL pauses proposed tip-pooling, tip credit rules changes
Proposed changes to the country’s tipped employee regulations have caused a stir among some states and worker advocates, prompting a temporary halt of further movement from the U.S. Department of Labor.Read More
How can the judiciary better respond to future declared emergencies that impair federal court operations? That’s a question the U.S. Courts are hoping members of the public are willing to offer their opinions on.
Changes have been made to a number of the state’s criminal, trial, small claims and administrative rules, including changes to rules governing the unavailability of judges and filing motions to correct errors.
The Indiana Supreme Court is seeking public comment on several proposed rule amendments that, among other things, could restructure the state’s criminal rules as well as provide guidance for service via online publication.
New rules regarding Social Security appeals and sealed cases will take effect next week in the Indiana Southern District Court.
The U.S. Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules is seeking comment to determine the difficulties attorneys encounter in complying with Civil Rule 26(b)(5)(A) and whether rule amendments could solve them.
Proposed changes to rules regarding social security appeals and sealed cases have been released for public comment by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
As Indiana courts prioritize their safe return to live and in-person hearings, the Indiana Supreme Court announced that public health conditions will likely require trial courts to retain expanded authority for remote hearings.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has proposed revisions to its local fee rule that would strike the explicit current local attorney admission fee of $15 and replace it with language referring to the court’s attorney admission local fee order. That order currently sets the fee at $15, as well.
The Indiana Supreme Court is seeking feedback on proposed amendments to the Indiana rules for alternative dispute resolution, appellate procedure, small claims and trial procedure.
The Domestic Relations Committee of the Indiana Judicial Conference is seeking feedback on proposed changes to Indiana’s Parenting Time Guidelines, including new guidelines on the concept of “shared parenting.”
Starting with the July 2021 bar exam, Hoosier applicants who score just under the 264 needed to pass will have their tests automatically reviewed and will no longer have to submit a written request to have their answers reassessed.
The Indiana Judicial Conference is seeking feedback on proposed changes to rules governing specialty courts.
As Indiana’s commercial court program expands, the Indiana Supreme Court is implementing new rules to govern the appointment of judges to the specialized dockets.
A new rule introduced by the U.S. Department of Transportation in December has revised the Air Carrier Access Act, redefining what constitutes a service animal on airplanes.
The Indiana Supreme Court has approved amendments to the state’s public access rules to protect certain sensitive records from public view.
Indiana Supreme Court justices in a Wednesday order provided instructions to hearing officers and parties in attorney disciplinary proceedings that have not yet proceeded to final hearing, perhaps most significantly permitting remote proceedings due to the continuing pandemic.
Down to its final weeks, the Trump administration is working to push through dozens of environmental rollbacks that could weaken century-old protections for migratory birds, expand Arctic drilling and hamstring future regulation of public health threats.
A rule amendment taking effect next month in the Southern District of Indiana changes filing and notice procedures for counsel seeking initial extensions of time.