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Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Mourns Passing of Judge Michael S. Kanne


• Notice to counsel and the public:

On March 26, 2022, this court’s General Order 22‐001 expired. General Orders 21‐008, 21‐009 (amended) and 21‐010 are now back in effect, including the provisions governing counsel who appear in‐person, masking, vaccination, and self-certification. The courtroom will remain closed to the public. The court will continue to livestream audio from oral arguments to YouTube.






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3/7/2022
On March 26, 2022, this court’s General Order 22‐001, “Order Regarding COVID‐19 Temporary Implementation of Remote Arguments and Reduction of On‐site Staffing” will expire. After General Order 22‐001 expires, General Orders 21‐008, 21‐009 (amended) and 21‐010 will go into effect, including the provisions governing counsel who appear in‐person, masking, vaccination, and self certification. For the time being, the courtroom will remain closed to the general public. The court will continue to livestream audio from oral arguments to YouTube.

1/13/2022
Order Regarding COVID-19 Temporary Implementation of Remote Arguments And Reduction of On-site Staffing. (General Order 22-001) Please see the General Orders page for details.





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