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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

Northern District of Texas

Barbara M.G. Lynn, Chief Judge
Karen Mitchell, Clerk of Court

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On July 5, 1946, President Harry S. Truman signed the Lanham Trademark Act, the law that guides and informs so much of the work intellectual property lawyers do every day to protect consumers as well as the brands and reputations of American... more
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The Federal Public Defender for the Northern District of Texas will be holding its annual seminar this year. This year’s seminar will take place via Zoom webinar. The first section is July 7, 2021 and the second section is July 21, 2021. There is no... more
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Please visit the Hands On ECF Training page for more information and to register for the class.
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Judge Lynn retired from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas in 2015, after serving 14 years as a bankruptcy judge in the Fort Worth Division, and a practicing attorney in Dallas and Fort Worth for almost 30 years prior to... more
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Prior to the outage, our website address will be redirected to the CM/ECF login page so it can still be used to access the Case Management/Electronic Case Filing system. Jurors who need to access our website in order to submit their qualification... more
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At its December 2020 meeting, the Defender Services Committee approved revisions to the CJA 23 Financial Affidavit. The revised form and instructions for its use are posted on the Court's website under ... more
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Please complete the Northern District of Texas Survey at https://www.research.net/r/21AttySurvey by April 15, 2021. We appreciate your feedback!
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Proposed amendments to local civil and criminal rules are now posted for public comment. Please see Special Order 2-92 for more information. Unless modified after receipt of comment... more
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LR 83.16 and LCrR 53.2 (the local civil and criminal “Dress and Conduct” rules) provide: All persons present in a courtroom where a trial, hearing, or other proceeding is in progress must dress and conduct themselves in a manner demonstrating... more

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