COVID-19: Supreme Court of Alabama Orders

 SUPREME COURT OF ALABAMA ISSUES ORDERS IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 May 13, 2020 ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 7 RESUMPTION OF IN-PERSON HEARINGS AUTHORIZED AFTER MAY 15, 2020, AND CONTINUED SUSPENSION OF JURY TRIALS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 April 30, 2020 ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 6 EXTENDING ORDERS AND DEADLINES CONCERNING THE SUSPENSION OF IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS THROUGH MAY 15,… Read More

ADLA COVID-19 Updates

ADLA is closely monitoring the COVID-19 developments and will notify members of any association updates as they are available. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Friday issued an amended Safer at Home Order to be applied Statewide. The order which includes an expanded list of items to reopen will be effective Monday, May 11, 2020 at… Read More

ASB COVID-19 Civil Litigation Task Force

Message from ADLA President Christina May Bolin ADLA Members: As you may be aware, ADLA leaders were appointed to the newly formed Alabama State Bar COVID-19 Civil Litigation Task Force.  The task force is looking for input from the ADLA membership on the following items: Suggestions to temporary or permanent rule changes that could help ease potential backlog and get… Read More

2020 ADLA & TDLA Annual Meeting Canceled

April 20, 2020 To: Members of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association From: Christina May Bolin, ADLA President Re: Cancellation of 2020 Annual Meeting As the COVID-19 virus continues to affect our daily lives, coupled with the uncertainty of when we can all safely return back to our regular routine, ADLA and TDLA have decided to cancel… Read More

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