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Judiciary: Budget cuts would ‘cripple’ federal courts

WASHINGTON – Federal judiciary officials, announcing the close of six federal court facilities, said that automatic budget cuts that will take place if Congress fails to agree on a budget plan would deal another blow to the federal court system.

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Survey: Federal courts make changes due to cuts

WASHINGTON – Budget cuts are forcing federal courts to implement a number of cost-cutting measures, from layoffs, furloughs and early retirements to the reduction of training programs and IT services, according to a recent survey.

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Budgeting time and money for marketing expenditures

Despite all the financial demands solos and small firm attorneys face, it’s crucial to make some room in the budget for marketing expenditures, says Jared Correia, a Senior Practice Advisor at the Law Office Management Assistance Program in Boston.

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Budget boost approved for judiciary

WASHINGTON – Although the final amount was less than requested, judicial officials praised Congress’s approval of $6.9 billion in appropriations for the federal judiciary in fiscal year 2010.

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