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L.A. transitions to Microsoft Teams for LA Court Connect, Nevada County reopens its Law Library.
Kings seeks attorneys to serve as temporary judges, San Bernardino releases its annual report.
L.A. County launches pilot program for personal injury courtrooms, San Mateo extends their emergency response calendar due to COVID-19.
San Bernardino transitions to a new case management system, Colusa updates their calendars and operations due to COVID-19.
San Bernardino announces several calendar changes for Family Law Division, L.A.’s relocated Child Support program prepares to begin hearings.
San Mateo announces longer phone wait times, Alameda reopens some courthouses, and Riverside cancels planned furloughs.
Tulare County re-opens its public service counters, L.A. County announces its Child Support courtrooms and services are moving.
Marin County brings back jury trials, San Diego and Placer Counties mandate eFiling, and Orange County changes electronic evidence submission process.
San Diego announces eFiling mandate, Madera County reveals strategic plan, and Riverside moves to remote civil trials.
Stanislaus County revises COVID-19 public access rules, San Joaquin county continues homeless initiative.
Courts close for the holiday, Local Rules and Emergency Local Rules are proposed, and more in California Superior Courts this week.
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The world of California courts is constantly shifting, now more than ever before. In an effort to highlight significant updates, One Legal will be compiling the biggest changes in court operations and messaging from the past week to help us all keep up. For a full list of all 58 […]
To highlight significant updates, One Legal will compile the biggest changes in court operations and messaging from the past week to help us all keep up.
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 […]