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Paper filings, relics elsewhere, endure at SCOTUS through virus Friday, April 3, 2020

Bloomberg News

With the rest of Washington beginning to grind to a halt over coronavirus and social distancing not yet the norm, senior paralegal Cheryl Olson left Jenner & Block’s office March 19 for a four-mile round trip to deliver briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court—on foot.

She wasn’t taking any chances with her health and safety, nor with the task she faced. Pandemic or no pandemic, the Supreme Court demands timely delivery of hard copy briefs and other filings, which in turn is helping to keep a niche of the stalled U.S. economy in business for the moment.

“Supreme Court Press is currently 100% operational,” said Geary Barton, president of the Boston-based company that’s one of several that handles printing work for federal court filings. 

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