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Information Regarding the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and United States Court of International Trade Operations; and Audio Recordings of Select Public Court Proceedings

Thursday, April 2, 2020

The United States Court of International Trade is following recommended guidance regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with this guidance, to protect the well-being of the Bar, public and court employees, courthouse access will be temporarily restricted until further notice. The staff of the Office of the Clerk will continue to be available by telephone and email. The Court's CM/ECF system will continue to be operational during this time and unless otherwise ordered, all filing deadlines will remain in effect.

Per Administrative Order 20-1, information on how attorneys can participate in, and how the public can listen to, court proceedings conducted by teleconference can be found on the Court’s “Upcoming Court Proceedings Accessible via Teleconference.” web page.

Members of the public may also listen to past court proceedings, as approved by the assigned judge(s), through the Court’s “Audio Recordings of Select Public Court Proceedings” web page.

Any filings that are permitted by the Rules of the Court to be made by mail or delivery should be addressed to:

Office of the Clerk - Case Management
U.S. Court of International Trade
One Federal Plaza
New York, NY 10278

Any filings that are permitted by the Rules of the Court to be made in person should be brought to the Court Security Officers at the courthouse.

As access to the courthouse will be limited during this time, please know that there will be delays in processing documents that are mailed or delivered to the courthouse.

If you need to reach the Court, please refer to the Court’s phone directory.