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Molly T. Johnson
February 22, 2013

At the request of the Advisory Committee on Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, the Center collected and reviewed local bankruptcy rules regarding signatures of non-registrants of CM/ECF (e.g., debtors) and requirements for retention of documents bearing original handwritten signatures of non-registra

Meghan A. Dunn, Rebecca Norwick
January 1, 2006

This report describes the ways in which videoconferencing is used in the courts of appeals.

Judicial Conference of the United States, Committee on the Administration of the Bankruptcy System
January 1, 2006

In August 2005, the Federal Judicial Center, at the request of and with assistance from the Subcommittee on Automation of the Judicial Conference Committee on the Administration of the Bankruptcy System, held a program at which bankruptcy judges discussed the use of distance participation technol

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

January 1, 2001
Note: Distribution of this publication (hard copy) is restricted per National Institute for Trial Advocacy; permission has been gran
Judicial Conference of the United States, Committee on Court Administration and Case Management
January 1, 2001

This manual provides trial judges a handbook on managing civil cases.

Mark A. Sherman
September 1, 2000

Describes the challenges to the federal judiciary posed by cyber crime, answers the question "What is cyber crime?," describes basic computer components, and contains a cyber crime sentencing job aid and cyber crime FAQs.

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?

Rya W. Zobel, David E. Rauma, William W Schwarzer, Marie Leary, Genevra Kay Loveland, Charles P. Sutelan
June 1, 1996

Articles in this issue of FJC Directions describe federal courts' experiences with pro se actions.


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