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Federal Bankruptcy Judges: Measuring Judges’ Case-Related Workload: Congressional Testimony
William Jenkins, Jr. (au)
The Judicial Conference of the U.S. uses 1,500 annual weighted case filings per authorized judgeship (judgeship position) in a bankruptcy court as an indicator of the need for additional bankruptcy judgeships for that court. Total annual weighted case filings for any specific bankruptcy court is the sum of the weights associated with each of the cases filed in the court in a year. The accuracy of weighted case filings rests in turn on the soundness of the methodology used to develop them. This statement is based on weighted case filings as a measure of bankruptcy judges’ case-related workload and documentation provided by the Fed. Judicial Center in June 2009 on subsequent efforts to update the current weighted filings measure. Illustrations.
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