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La. 4th Cir. extends deadlines to May 18

Following the Louisiana Supreme Court’s lead, the Louisiana Fourth Circuit has issued an order extending deadlines to conform with the governor’s latest extension of the stay-home order. The Fourth Circuit courthouse (same building as the Louisiana Supreme Court) will remain “physically inaccessible” through May 15, 2020 and is scheduled to reopen on May 18. Any filings otherwise due between March 12 and May 15, 2020 will be deemed timely if filed by Monday May 18, 2020. To download a copy of the Fourth Circuit’s order, follow this link.


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