Are electronic signatures legal in California? In the world of eFiling, it’s important for law firms to know where they stand with documents.
According to recent survey responses, both legal professionals and litigants in California really like remote courtrooms. Here’s why these programs should be expanded, even without pandemic pressures.
Some California courts have started paying jurors $100 a day for their jury duty. Should this program be expanded? Let’s take a closer look.
Have questions about eFiling in Alameda County? Review answers to the most frequently asked queries and confirm key processes for filing.
Does your firm eFile in Riverside County? We’ve compiled top eFiling questions about Riverside County from our webinar!
Catch answers to questions on eFiling and eService in California after our recent webinar.
How does eService compare to traditional service of process? Does Emergency Rule 12 factor in? What are the differences between electronic and physical service?
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: Judicial Council budget announcements, LASC requires hearing dates for Civil Motions, and courts dismiss jury services and suspend jury trials.
This week, Butte and Marin Counties declare court holidays, Orange County implements new rule for document titles, and more.
This week: Alameda updates filing guidelines, Sacramento and San Mateo reintroduce holidays for the purpose of computing time, and the use of technology for proceedings continues to grow.
This week: Alameda adds furlough days, San Luis Obispo declares court holidays, courts update operations plans, and more.
Learn more about the nuances of your county including services and deadlines, filing types, contact information, and more.
The California Judicial Council has issued 12 Emergency Rules setting out how the court’s will operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Several touch on civil litigation.
A look at the most important 2020 updates to California local rules of court. New eFiling mandates, changes to eService, and more.
Is everyone ready for that time of year? The midway point of 2019, when courts across California propose changes to their local rules. Typically, the mid-year rules cycle isn’t as robust as it is at the beginning of the year and that’s the case this summer.