This week: Alameda modifies phone hours to speed up case processing, Mendocino prepares for eFiling, and some courts announce February 12th closure.
This week: Courts extend existing authorizations for remote access, suspend jury trials, and continue to limit access to courthouses.
This week: More courts move to remote appearances, clerk’s offices limit hours, and local rules get updates.
This week: More courts respond to increasing COVID-19 cases by restricting courthouse access, closing filing counters, and re-scheduling trials.
Catch answers to questions on eFiling and eService in California after our recent webinar.
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.
Get an inside look into the ins and outs of eFiling, including signatures, rejections, fees, and more.
This week: Alameda adds furlough days, San Luis Obispo declares court holidays, courts update operations plans, and more.
Courts close for the holiday, Local Rules and Emergency Local Rules are proposed, and more in California Superior Courts this week.
This week in California courts, Riverside updates its master reopening plan, San Bernadino releases its annual report, and more courts permit and encourage remote appearances.
Learn more about the nuances of your county including services and deadlines, filing types, contact information, and more.
All courts are now open and accepting filings in some capacity. This week, courts update procedures and timelines for resumption of jury trials, accessing the courthouses, and more.
What’s new in California courts? Alameda County extends court holidays, Kern County announces upcoming eFiling mandate in Family Law, Sacramento County tolls statute of limitations dates, and more.