eFiling and pagination: How to stay within the rules

Habits of a lifetime are hard to break. One such habit in the legal profession has been to paginate certain prefatory sections of court filings using Roman numerals. It’s what we’ve always done. Well, as with so many other long-term law office habits, the introduction of electronic court filing means that this is a habit that you’re…

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eFiling and electronic signatures: The basics

State courts across the United States (for example in California, Texas, and elsewhere) are rapidly implementing electronic filing systems to replace the older practice of filing at the court window. While the advantages of eFiling in terms of time and resources saved are substantial, it isn’t without its issues. One of the trickiest issues when…

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Texas eFiling standards defined by state supreme court

Rejected eFilings are a source of frustration for many legal secretaries, paralegals and attorneys across Texas. The Texas Supreme Court has issued new standards for rejected filings from the courts.  In an article on Texas eFiling, posted on Mondaq.com by Tate Hemingson of Strasburger & Price, L.L.P., Hemingson describes the rejection frustration felt by many filers.  He goes…

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