Catch answers to questions on eFiling and eService in California after our recent webinar.
Get an inside look into the ins and outs of eFiling, including signatures, rejections, fees, and more.
It’s time for a review of how eFiling in LA is going and what we are doing at One Legal to continue to improve the experience. Here is a report of the initiatives we’ve led and an updated list of support resources available to assist you with eFiling in Los Angeles and elsewhere.
Making original documents accessible in digital format makes it possible to eFile and otherwise manage beyond the filing cabinet. Here are the best practices for converting your scanned file for eFiling:
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.
As early as July 1, 2019, Sonoma County will join the growing list of California courts allowing voluntary eFiling in Civil, Family and Probate case types. On June 12, with the room packed to capacity at the Sonoma County Law Library, Court Executive Officer Arlene Junior confirmed that Sonoma intends […]
San Mateo Superior Court is expanding its voluntary eFiling program to include Civil case types. Learn how you can prepare your legal team for a smooth and successful transition to online filing.
Document management systems are fantastic – if they’re used (and used correctly). Here are five of our favorite tips to improve efficiency and ensure a smooth eFiling experience.
Did you know over 40 million lawsuits are filed each year? Here are some more interesting statistics about courts and their filing practices from across the United States — both state and federal.
Rejection. After all the hard work you’ve put into preparing and submitting your eFiling document to Los Angeles Civil, the worst can still happen. If it isn’t completely and correctly prepared for filing within state and local guidelines, a court clerk will reject it. If that occurs, you wouldn’t be […]
While most of us are familiar with the process of converting a Word document to a PDF, especially as most courts now require that all eFilings be made in this non-editable format, many remain in the dark with respect to other conversions you can accomplish.
One Legal’s free virtual conference will feature speakers from all around the industry and beyond. Here are just a few of the many reasons why you owe it to yourself and your firm to attend!
Have questions about eFiling in Los Angeles? You aren’t alone! With more than a month of mandatory eFiling in Civil Unlimited behind us, eFilers are asking important questions as they encounter new rules and challenges in the eFiling process.
Given the prevalence of eFiling, firms are required to be nearly perfect when submitting their documents to a court. We’ve compiled a last-minute “quick check” to help ensure your next filing is a successful one!
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.
Learn how to merge and split existing PDF documents within the most common software platforms (Adobe Acrobat and Nuance) for a successful court filing