Perhaps the principal targets of this recommendation are state court systems that still do not assign cases to a single judge for pretrial matters
He was dealing with pretrial matters
in the proceedings by MCD for EUR1.
The premise of what we do should work in any pretrial matters
in any court.
Upon designation or assignment by a district judge, a magistrate judge is authorized to handle pretrial matters
One judge can issue a single ruling on pretrial matters
, avoiding repeated rulings on the same issue and the possibility of conflicting rulings by numerous judges.
PSC members work together with all counsel that have cases to efficiently and effectively manage discovery and pretrial matters
in the litigation process.
The duties of a United States magistrate judge, specified in 28 USC [section] 636, include conducting most preliminary proceedings in criminal cases, trying misdemeanor cases, conducting pretrial matters
and evidentiary proceedings after delegation from a district judge, and trying civil cases with the consent of the litigants.
100,000 cases from across the nation are expected to be consolidated for pretrial matters
and discovery in the dry wall litigation that has impacted homeowners throughout the country.
Everything's been frozen, as we were waiting on getting an out-of-district judge to rule on some pretrial matters
," Friedman said.
Then they rate judges based on set criteria, such as temperament, scholarship, and general ability to handle pretrial matters
, which are averaged and displayed in a ranking from 1 to 10.
White, who served seven years on the Superior Court, was responsible for all pretrial matters
in the asbestos and benzene litigation and regularly served as a mediator for the Superior Court in toxic tort, personal injury, medical negligence and commercial matters.