MSSC’s Covid-19 Order

March 16, 2020 § Leave a comment

Last Friday afternoon after business hours the MSSC published an emergency administrative order directing the courts in conducting business amidst the coronavirus outbreak.

The order is at this link.

To sum it up as far as chancery is concerned: courts remain open subject to authority of individual judges to control their own dockets; only parties, witnesses, court personnel, lawyers, and other necessary persons as determined by the court are allowed in the courtroom during court proceedings; no gatherings of 200+. For those of you who do jury trials, there are some restrictions of which you need to be aware.

Nothing earth-shaking here. It’s a reminder that we need to stay aware and alert.

 

 

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