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SERVICE OF PROCESS DURING COVID-19

Due to public health concerns related to COVID-19 and closure of the courthouses in which our offices are located, our office cannot currently accept service of process by personal delivery or by certified mail.  Consequently, until further notice, complaints and summonses should be served on this office by registered mail, addressed as provided in Rule 4 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Do not elect the optional requirement of a signature by the mail recipient upon delivery, as none can be provided at this time.

Rule 4 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure also requires service on the Attorney General and, in certain circumstances, on an agency, officer, or employee of the United States.  This notice does not alter those requirements.

 

NOTICE OF TRO APPLICATIONS AND MOTIONS FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS DURING COVID-19

Please notify our office of applications for temporary restraining orders (“TROs”) or motions for preliminary injunctions by email to both edward.olsen@usdoj.gov and pamela.beauvais@usdoj.gov.

This notice does not alter service requirements imposed by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and local rules of the district court.

PRESS RELEASES

VIRUS SCAMS

PROTECTING CONSUMERS

COVID 19 ECONOMIC IMPACT PAYMENT SCAMS

TIGTA PUBLIC AWARENESS FOR SCAMS AND FRAUD INVOLVING CARES ACT PAYMENTS

CHILD ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCE LIST

EDCA COUNTIES AND CITIES TO RECEIVE $8,394,274 IN GRANTS TO ADDRESS COVID-9 PANDEMIC

Updated May 6, 2020

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