First published on April 6, 2017. Updated on December 20, 2018. For the latest on what’s happening LA visit: https://www.onelegal.com/blog/whats-happening-with-la-efiling-an-update/ Los Angeles Superior Court has launched its long-awaited electronic court filing system, starting with eFiling in Probate cases in May 2017 and
A look at the most important updates to California state and local rules of court. New eFiling mandates, changes to eService, and more.
As many of you may know, there are two cycles related to amendments to California statutes and local rule updates for each year: January 1 and July 1. At these times each year, California Rules of Court are subject to
Updated at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 25, 2017 Right now, the Sonoma Courts are limiting what can be filed at the filing window. Until further notice, they will only accept the following at the window: Unlawful Detainers Restraining Orders
Congratulations, LA eFilers! You made it to the 90-day mark of filing documents electronically with the Probate courts in Los Angeles County. During these last few months, we know that there have probably been growing pains, as electronic filing requirements
Summer 2017 is going to be a big season for eFiling in California courts. This week, Los Angeles County, the largest court system in the world, mandated eFiling for all probate cases. At the beginning of August, LA will begin
Los Angeles, the largest court system in the world, is the most recent California court to have enabled eFiling for one of its case types. As of May 1, 2017, eFiling will be allowed in probate cases–required starting June 5,
If you’re using One Legal to eFile court documents in California, you’ll appreciate four new features we’ve recently added that make eFiling even better! These latest enhancements are part of our commitment to you to develop our services continually. We
On January 1, 2017, a number of new eFiling rules will come into effect in the California state courts, further delineating how documents should be formatted and prepared when they will be electronically filed with the court. To help you
Following a series of recently announced changes to the California Rules of Court you may soon need to change how you’re preparing documents to adhere to new eFiling formatting rules. In October, the Judicial Council of California published several rule
It’s long been best practice to ensure that the PDF documents you file electronically with the court are text searchable. That’s because one can navigate searchable documents by looking up specific words and phrases, add markup (like comments) to specific
Electronically sharing subsequent documents in litigation is fast, simple, and reliable. However, it isn’t as widely used as it perhaps ought to be, even despite the increasingly spread of tech solutions to other parts of the law office. What is
Note from the editor: In October 2015, we wrote a post setting out some of the big changes that were coming to the California courts. In this post, we provide updates on those changes and explain what they mean for
Albany, California-based Driscoll Omens is no stranger to complex, multi-party litigation. The firm has, over its history, represented plaintiffs in a number of high-profile suits in California. Handling these types of labor-intensive cases in a small firm raises practical issues.