NYTimes.com: Don't Listen to What the Man Says
Joel H Fishman
fishman at duq.edu
Mon Jun 18 14:13:04 PDT 2007
There are at least two to three ALR annotations on the topic of filing
papers in court dealing with Sundays and holidays, though I am not in my
library to look them up. An annotation certainly means that there are
enough cases out there dealing with this topic.
Joel Fishman, Ph.D.
Duquesne U./Allegheny County Law Library
On Mon, 18 Jun 2007, Catherine T. Struve wrote:
> > Is that what this really boils down to -- whether deadlines in the
> > federal rules include weekends or not?
> See Fed. R. App. P. 26(a)(2): "Exclude intermediate Saturdays, Sundays,
> and legal holidays when the period is less than 11 days ...."
> Cathie Struve
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