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Saturday, March 24, 2007



I believe the sharing agreement begins July 1. I have not read the article as I am not a subscriber, but I think the creation of a second complex litigation judge/courtroom still requires the approval (and funding) of the AOC. If someone with access could email me the text of the article at john at legalreader dot com I would certainly appreciate it.

Kimberly A. Kralowec

John, I've emailed you a copy of the article. You are right; the article does note that the recommendation was approved by the court's executive committee but it still requires final approval from the Administrative Office of the Courts.

Andrew Sussman

Late last week, I attended a Proposition 65 conference in San
Francisco at which Judge Kramer was a panelist. There was a fair amount of sincere applause when he mentioned that he wouldn't be leaving the complex litigation bench and would be sharing those duties with another judge. However, he didn't indicate when the change would occur.

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