Fourth Circuit Remains Remote For Oral Arguments

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The Fourth Circuit announced today that in-person oral arguments would continue to be suspended for the October 27-30 argument session. As with the September session, cases assigned to pre-argument review “will be scheduled for argument by video-conference or teleconference, submitted on the briefs, or continued to a later session, at the direction of the panels in each case.”

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