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This package of materials was transmitted to Congress on April 27, 2020, concerning amendments to the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure to become effective on December 1, 2020.

Amendments to the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure are as follows:

  • Amendments to Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure 35 and 40.
  • Amendments to Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure 2002, 2004, 8012, 8013, 8015, and 8021.
  • Amendments to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 30(b)(6).
  • Amendments to Federal Rule of Evidence 404.

Additional information about these amendments is available on the Federal Judicial Center’s website at Amendments to the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure (webpage).

Information about rules amendments and the rule-making process is available on uscourts.gov at United States Courts Rules & Policies.

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This guide serves as a brief introduction to the administrative organization of the federal judiciary, and the organizations, offices, and individuals involved in the governance of the federal judiciary.

The PDF of A New Judge's Introduction to Judicial Administration is available below. Requests for the print version will be filled when it becomes available. 

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This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on additional considerations beyond the main focus of the full presentation. The full presentation available on bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

For more information, please contact Jason A. Cantone, at fedstate@fjc.gov.

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This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on foreclosure. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on the bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

For more information, please contact Jason A. Cantone, at fedstate@fjc.gov.

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This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on bankruptcy discharge. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

For more information, please contact Jason A. Cantone, at fedstate@fjc.gov.

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This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on the intersection of bankruptcy and family law. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on the bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

For more information, please contact Jason A. Cantone, at fedstate@fjc.gov.

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This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on the automatic stay. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on the bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

For more information, please contact Jason A. Cantone, at fedstate@fjc.gov.

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This topic-focused educational presentation is intended to provide an overview of bankruptcy law. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on the bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

For more information, please contact Jason A. Cantone, at fedstate@fjc.gov.

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This file is the full version of a presentation intended to help individuals learn more about common bankruptcy issues. This presentation is also available in smaller, topic-focused presentations on the bankruptcy sub-page of FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

For more information, please contact Jason A. Cantone, at fedstate@fjc.gov

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