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Which Judges Juggle the Most Civil Cases? TRAC Update Reveals Answers
(23 Oct 2014) Federal District Judge Billy Roy Wilson of the Eastern District of Arkansas closed 3,008 civil cases in the twelve-month period ending June 30, more than any other judge in the nation. See more...
Lawsuits by Retired NFL Players Cause Jump in Trademark Filings
(20 Oct 2014) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during September 2014 the government reported 705 new trademark lawsuits. See more...
Some Federal Judges More Overburdened Than Others, Study Finds
(14 Oct 2014) While the number of criminal and civil filings in federal district court has risen 28 percent in the last 20 years, the number of judgeships has grown by only 4 percent. See more...
Ten Percent Drop in Federal Sentences of One Year or More
(07 Oct 2014) The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during August 2014 the government reported 13,265 new convictions. See more...
DuPont C8 Cases Contribute to Spike in Non-Product Liability Personal Injury Lawsuits
(06 Oct 2014) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during August 2014 the government reported 1,944 new personal injury civil filings which were not related to product liability. See more...
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