This week: Alameda proposes new rules, Marin and Santa Barbara declare court holidays for the purpose of computing time, and courts extend time periods.
How does eService compare to traditional service of process? How does Emergency Rule 12 factor in? What are the differences between electronic and physical service?
This week: courts extended time periods, continued and prioritized jury trials, and updated court operations.
Courts across the state outline expectations for unlawful detainer cases, update calendars, and propose new local rules.
One legal professional shares her top tools and time-tested tricks for working effectively in today’s law firm.
This week: Fresno shares proposed rules, San Mateo further suspends certain Civil trials, and courts adjust operations.
This week: Riverside, Sacramento, Santa Barbara counties declare court holidays, Alameda extends its stay on the execution of writs of possession, and courts update operation procedures.
More information around editing and collaborating, using electronic signatures, and tips for working with digital documents effectively.
This week: LASC extends jury trials, San Mateo declares court holidays, courts update operations, and more.
Catch up on answers to how courts are reacting to the pandemic after the Courts in the time of COVID webinar from Legal Up Summer Sessions 2020.
This week: LASC extends access to remote technology, courts update operations plans and announce budget-related closure days, Yolo announces eFiling mandate, and more.
This week: Judicial Council budget announcements, Los Angeles requires hearing dates for Civil Motions again, and courts dismiss jury services and suspend jury trials.
How to prepare for our Legal Up Summer Sessions and make the most of the virtual learning and networking opportunity.
This week, Butte and Marin Counties declare court holidays, Orange County implements new rule for document titles, and more.