What makes a “run-on document” and how can you avoid it when submitting filings electronically with the court?
Are you effecting electronic service correctly along with your electronic court filing? Check in on eService best practices and learn how to eServe and eFile at the same time.
You submit a carefully edited eFiling only to find that the court can’t open your document. Use these troubleshooting tricks to optimize before you file.
Whether you’ve attained eFiling guru status or you’re still an eFiling novice, you could find yourself smack dab in the middle of a transaction and suddenly realize there’s a problem. Your heart rate quickens and your adrenaline pumps as you wring your hands and frantically try to problem solve. What’s […]
While some states make the plunge into electronic court filing all together and all at once, the state of California has opted to let each county decide if and how and when its courts will make the transition. As of now only 19 of California’s 58 counties permit eFiling in […]
Welcome to Quick Tip Tuesday, when our eFiling experts discuss new or interesting ways to improve how you eFile and beyond. With many California courts now implementing eFiling, the notion of complying with document submission requirements can be daunting. There is a learning curve when it comes to bookmarking your […]
Positive outlook on state of affairs for Solano Superior Court The Solano Superior Court has released a somewhat positive status update on the state of their affairs, reports Jess Sullivan of the Daily Republic. Sullivan, who was covering a luncheon at the Rancho Solano Country Club, quoted Solano Superior Court Presiding Judge […]
Have you ever wanted to eServe your documents but worried that you might not be doing it correctly? eService can be much more efficient and save you time and money, but it is imperative that you comply with the California Rules of Court. Many people don’t know that you can […]
Almost one year ago, eFiling became mandatory for all civil case types in 10 Texas counties. Today, there are 109 counties and 290 courts utilizing the efiletexas.gov eFiling system. In just the first six months of the eFiling mandate, over 2 million filings were processed through the system! The Texas […]
The San Francisco Superior Court announced last week that it is accepting applications from third-party filers to provide litigants and attorneys the ability to file civil case types electronically. The Court intends to approve three qualified applicants to file on behalf of their clients. If more than three applicants are […]
(Updated 6/15/15) A typical Orange County eFiling transaction can include multiple documents totaling up to 120MB in size. That’s a lot of space! If your document is optimized properly, 120MB is about 5,000 – 8,000 pages. There is, however, a list of several documents which automatically limit the transaction size […]
As we previously posted, the State Bar is strictly enforcing their compliance rules and this year, they have conducted the largest audit to date. Everyone wants to avoid the dreaded audit, but should you be asked to provide proof of your MCLE hours, the Bar has provided some helpful tips […]
Back in February of this year, One Legal attended an MCLE rule amendment meeting at the California State Bar. As an MCLE provider, it is essential that we comply with the changing rules. As you may remember, we reported that the State Bar would be strictly enforcing compliance rules and […]
San Diego County Superior Court has revised its Civil eFiling requirements. All requirements are effective as of June 30, 2014. Here are five updates that you should be aware of: #1 North County Division is open for eFiling for non-mandated civil cases if the case has been first initiated on […]
On May 20, 2014, San Diego Superior Court announced that effective June 30, 2014 it will initiate eFiling in its North County Civil Division. Documents may be filed electronically in North County Civil cases where either: (1) the case is first initiated on or after June 30, 2014; or (2) the […]
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 […]