Legal academics are slamming Mississippi for requiring bar examinees to sign away their ability to sue over COVID-19 exposure.
In what could be the start nationwide trend, two Texas counties are among courts in at least four states that are creating public computer stations for litigants to connect to video conference court proceedings. It's a solution to concerns that the digital divide could bar some people from remote court.
Although a nationwide opioid settlement is not a done deal, “we are very close,” said Mikal Watts, of Watts Guerra, whose firm represented more than a dozen counties in the Texas agreement.
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