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December 1, 2013

Status Update provided to Patent Pilot Program Subcommittee of the Court Administration and Case Management Committee.

February 21, 2013

Status Update provided to Patent Pilot Program Subcommittee of the Court Administration and Case Management Committee.

Employment Protocols Committee
November 1, 2011

The Initial Discovery Protocols for Employment Cases Alleging Adverse Action provide a new pretrial procedure for certain types of federal employment cases.

Margaret S. Williams
January 1, 2010
During the period January through April of 2007, a case-budgeting attorney (CBA) was hired in each of the Second, Sixth, and Ninth Circuits as part of the Case-Budgeting Attorney Pilot Project authorized by the Judicia
David E. Rauma
May 7, 2003

Prepared for the Court Administration and Case Management Committee of the Judicial Conference, this study shows there may be more advantages to remote public access to electronic criminal case documents than disadvantages or potential harm and that the majority of federal judges in the study fav

Tim Reagan, John E. Shapard, Christina Studebaker, Naomi Medvin, Jennifer Evans Marsh, Melissa Deckman Fallon, Stefanie A. Lindquist
April 1, 2001

The District of Maryland, the Central District of California, and the Northern District of California have each received special funds to create a position called “Criminal Justice Act Supervising Attorney” on a pilot basis.

David E. Rauma, Donna J. Stienstra, George W. Cort, Patricia A. Lombard
May 14, 1999

Should digital audio recording technology be an approved method for taking the offical record of federal courts proceedings?

Elizabeth C. Wiggins
January 1, 1998

A description of the study the Center undertook at the committee's request to examine the congressionally mandated pilot fee-waiver program in six districts.

Carol L. Krafka, David E. Rauma
January 1, 1994

A statutorily mandated report on the pilot court-annexed voluntary arbitration programs in eight federal district courts. The study examines program use in the context of the programs' referral systems.

Carol L. Krafka, Molly Johnson
January 1, 1994

An evaluation of the Judicial Conference's 1991-1993 pilot program allowing electronic media coverage of federal civil proceedings in six district and two appellate courts.

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