Sure, you can eFile, but are you successful at it? If not, then it’s likely that there are ways that you can up your eFiling game and take your electronic court filing to the next level. Here’s how you, too, can become an eFiling super user.
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What are the steps to filing legal documents with the court? What needs to happen between brief and court date to ensure that the document reaches the judge as it should? What does the filer need to do or know
If you entered the legal profession prior to this millennium, you likely remember how crucial the “court runner” was to your firm’s day-to-day operations. Whether they were serving documents on an opposing party or filing pleadings with a court clerk,
We’ve all been faced with the task of drafting a pleading or other legal document with a deadline. When we’re rushed, we make mistakes. That means spending extra time to correct our errors and making others—usually the boss—wait for a
Anytime there are two governing bodies declaring different rules, things can get complicated. California recently updated its statute to state that documents submitted between 12:00 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. are to be considered filed on that same business day. While
You may have known One Legal Concierge as the team behind Email to File, or the folks who conduct all Double Checks. But these days we’re doing much more. So much more, in fact, that we needed a new name,
There may be no more deadline-intensive industry than the law. Courts, agencies, and clients are unforgiving when it comes to timeliness. Some days, it feels like it’s all one can do just to keep on top of the calendar. And
As Illinois adopts a statewide eFiling system, they’ve also standardized a list of issues that might cause a court filing to be rejected and returned to the filer. Below is a full list of possible court filing rejection reasons listed
California court rules define eService as “service of a document, on a party or other person, by electronic transmission or electronic notification.” Pretty straightforward: the other parties receive digital documents rather than physical ones. Most states and counties that have
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
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