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Georgia Federal Judge To Take Senior Status in April


01 Mar 2021

David Cross spoke to Law360 about U.S. District Judge Amy M. Totenberg’s decision to take senior status this spring, paving the way for a second new judge to be appointed by President Joe Biden in the Northern District of Georgia.

“She’s been referred to as the ‘fact queen’ because of her mastery of the record in her cases and the thoughtful opinions she issues,” David said, also telling Law360 that she is regarded as one of the most respected and hardest-working jurists in the country. “Her years of public service on the federal bench no doubt have helped many.”

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