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COVID-19 - Court Hearings

 | Published on 2/2/2021


From the Court:
May 25, 2021

Upon the expiration of General Order 20-3 (and its seven extensions) on June 30, 2021, General Order 21-1 will take effect on July 1, 2021. 

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VIDEO CONFERENCING GUIDELINES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

If you are scheduled to appear for a ZoomGov hearing, the Court holds the necessary Zoom for Government licenses. Lawyers and witnesses do not need to purchase Zoom software or a license to participate in a trial or evidentiary hearing. There is no fee to participate, but regular telephone toll charges apply if the audio portion is accessed by phone. The Court strongly recommends that each partricipant review the U.S. Courts Bulletin Video Conferencing Guidelines During COVID-19 Pandemic found at: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USFEDCOURTS/bulletins/28b7717
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Judge Eddward P. Ballinger, Jr.

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In accordance with General Order 20-3, all non-evidentiary hearings before Judge Ballinger will be conducted telephonically. To make your appearance call 877-810-9415, access code 1064631, several minutes before the hearing.


Please note that General Order 20-3 vacates all trials and evidentiary hearings scheduled through June 30, 2021, unless otherwise ordered. all such matters will be continued to later dates.



Judge Daniel P. Collins
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NOTICE - COVID 19 – REDUCING EXPOSURE TO CORONAVIRUS:  See sixth extension of General Order 20-3 on the Bankruptcy Court website. http://azb.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/GO_20-3_Sixth_Extension_COVID19_Order.pdf


Judge Scott H. Gan
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Please note that the Seventh Extension of General Order 20-3 VACATES all in-person trials and evidentiary hearings scheduled through June 30, 2021 unless otherwise ordered or until alternate arrangements for trial or evidentiary appearances can be accommodated. For questions or concerns please contact Teresa Mattingly at Teresa_Mattingly@azb.uscourts.gov(link sends e-mail).       

Effective as of 8/4/20 all routine hearings held before the Honorable Scott H. Gan are to be conducted by videoconference. A notice will issue with all the relevant information. All interested parties who wish to enter their appearance or address the Court are to appear for the videoconference hearing through the Zoom platform. All participants are encouraged to review the Videoconference Hearing Guidelines posted at the Court’s website on the front page.   



Judge Brenda K. Martin
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Pursuant to General Order 20-3 and the Sixth Extension, thereof, and pursuant to General Order 20-4 and the Amendment, thereof, all parties are to appear telephonically for non-evidentiary hearings through March 31, 2021.  To make an appearance, please call (877) 336-1829, access code 5564497, several minutes before the hearing.  For questions or concerns, please contact Jennifer Lowry at Jennifer_Lowry@azb.uscourts.gov.


In accordance with General Order 20-3 signed March 18, 2020 and the seventh extension thereof, all parties shall appear telephonically at all non-evidentiary hearings by calling (877) 402-9757 access code 4376956, several minutes before the hearing. Please send a courtesy notice to Courtroom Deputy Margaret Kelly at psecfhearing@azb.uscourts.gov(link sends e-mail) to confirm your appearance.

Please note that General Order 20-3 VACATES all trials and evidentiary hearings scheduled from March 18, 2020 through June 30, 2021, unless otherwise ordered.



Judge Madeleine C. Wanslee
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Pursuant to General Order 20-3 and the Seventh Extension, thereof, all parties are to appear telephonically for non-evidentiary hearings through June 30, 2021.  To make an appearance, please call (877) 402-9753, access code 7471798, several minutes before the hearing and send a courtesy notice to Courtroom Deputy Tayler Carter Tayler_Carter@azb.uscourts.gov(link sends e-mail) to confirm your appearance.

VIDEOCONFERENCING GUIDELINES:

All videoconference participants must review the local guidelines. There is no fee to participate in a videoconference hearing as the Court holds the necessary Zoom for Government licenses.

Any party wishing to participate in a videoconference hearing by telephone only and not video may do so by calling (877) 402-9753, Access Code 7471798, several minutes before the hearing.


Chief Judge Brenda Moody Whinery
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In accordance with General Order 20-3 signed March 18, 2020 and extended on February 9, 2021, interested parties shall appear via videoconference or telephone for all hearings scheduled through June 30, 2021. Consult the pleading that set the hearing to determine how to appear for the hearing. Please confirm an appearance by sending an email to Courtroom Deputy Rebecca Volz, at Rebecca_Volz@azb.uscourts.gov(link sends e-mail), at least three (3) business days prior to the hearing. The email is to include the full name of the person appearing and that person's relationship to the case, the case name, and the case number.