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“You really have to know each county, wherever you practice,” said Cheryl Young of Hangley Aronchick, as courts are aim to mitigate growing backlogs after the COVID-19 pandemic broadly shuttered access to the legal system.
June 08, 2021 at 01:38 PM
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Cases and Courts
All across Pennsylvania, lawsuits that had been set to come before a jury last year are now just being prepped for trial, or given dates far into the future.
It’s a lot to juggle, but attorneys are facing a new reality of rescheduled trial dates and quick preparation as courts are aiming to mitigate  growing backlogs after the COVID-19 pandemic broadly shuttered access to the legal system.
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