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Judge Lee's FAQs
ADR - Does Judge Lee require the parties to engage in mediation?
Yes, parties are strongly urged and expected to have engaged in at least one attempt at mediation prior to coming to the final pre trial conference, unless otherwise relieved of that obligation by the court. - See the link to ADR on Judge Lee’s web page.
What courtroom is Judge Lee in?
Generally in the 2nd Floor courtroom, but if that courtroom is unavaible, the 1st floor courtroom may be used.
What time does court start during a trial?
During trial, court starts at 8:30 a.m.. Court generally ends by 5:00 p.m., but will vary depending on the circumstances of the trial. There is generally a short morning break, a lunch break, and a short afternoon break at some point each day of the trial.
Where should parties send proposed orders?
If the order relates to a non-dispositive motion, or the scheduling/rescheduling/continuance of a conference/hearing that is scheduled before Magistrate Judge Susan Collins, E-mail them in WordPerfect format to collins_chambers @ innd.uscourts.gov (remove spaces around @ when entering e-mail address).
If the order relates to a dispositive motion, or the scheduling/rescheduling/continuance of a conference/hearing that is scheduled before Judge Lee, E-mail them in WordPerfect format to lee_chambers @ innd.uscourts.gov (remove spaces around @ when entering e-mail address