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Do you still have questions about COVID-19 and the courts?Listen in as Chief Judge Don Myers talks with Dr. Christian Zuver, Medical Director of Orange County Emergency Medical Services, about the state of our community and its response to the virus, a vaccine timeline, hurricane season, changes to jury, transitioning to remote hearings, new Circui…
 
After three and a half years, 99 episodes and two hosts, here we are – Open Ninth’s 100th episode! To celebrate, Chief Judge Don Myers invited former host, chief judge, and first champion of Open Ninth, Fred Lauten, back on to go behind-the-scenes of our audience’s top 10 favorite episodes. Plus, you’ll hear about our podcast’s origin story, hard l…
 
In this special episode of Open Ninth, Chief Judge Don Myers addresses the impact of COVID-19 on the Ninth Circuit's policies and procedures. Listen in as he answers the community’s most pressing questions and explains the changes to filing, rescheduling hearings, jury duty, evictions, emergency hearings, and more.Show Notes0:30 - COVID-19 backgrou…
 
The new executive director of the OCBA brings many years of marketing and membership organization experience to the table. Jenny Brown sat down with Chief Judge Don Myers to discuss the purpose of associations, the benefits of joining a Bar association, and what the OCBA offers to its community.Show Notes(1:20) – Purpose of associations(5:40) – OCB…
 
In male-dominated fields, it is often difficult to stand your ground as a female, and even harder to stand out. Nevertheless, Jamie Moses has spent the last two and a half decades doing just that. When she’s not raising her two kids, empowering young or female lawyers, or competing in triathlons like the Ironman, she works as Senior Counsel at Holl…
 
The importance of professional behavior is universally recognized, but aside from being punctual and polite – professionalism seems to be an elusive concept to define. Ask anyone about it and they will regale you with horror stories about some unprofessional behavior they’ve encountered but will be woefully lacking in detail when pressed to define …
 
Meet the newest judges at the Ninth Circuit! By January of 2019, eight new judges joined the bench. Six were elected – Judges Arendas, Ashton, Carter, Sanders, Shaffer, and Young. Two were appointed – Judges Beamer and Wish. And they all have been an incredible addition to the bench. Grab you headphones and listen in as Chief Judge Fred Lauten lead…
 
In 1993, Russia adopted the Constitution of the Russian Federation. With it came the abolishment of communism and the dissolution of the Soviet system of government. Nearly 25 years have passed and the intervening years mark the evolution of a nation and its judicial system. Looking to truly take the conversation beyond the courtroom, Chief Judge F…
 
In the digital age, information is easy to come by. There are millions of websites devoted to every conceivable subject. Google your topic and you’ll instantaneously receive a long list of sites with relevant information. It’s that simple. However, relevant doesn’t necessarily mean correct. And that list may end up being utterly useless. So, what d…
 
Homelessness is one of the most pressing issues facing our community. On any given day in Central Florida there are over 2,000 homeless people on the streets – veterans, parents with children, individuals, and youth. Serving this population requires an integrative approach that not only provides housing, but also a continuum of services that foster…
 
Imagine living paycheck to paycheck, barely making ends meet, when the bank tries to foreclose on your home. Or your landlord tries to evict you in order to raise the rent. You barely have the income to cover the basics, let alone pay for a lawyer. What do you do?You call the Legal Aid Society, that’s what you do. Conceived as the brainchild of a c…
 
While the judicial branch is essential to the functioning of our constitutional system of government, it is the least understood of the three branches. Although the foundational structure of the judiciary may be the same across the nation, some attributes of the courts and the issues it faces are unique to each state. In this episode of Open Ninth,…
 
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