eFiling basics and specifics for Los Angeles filers. Learn about filing processes and what to expect when working with an EFSP to file documents with the court.
eFiling in Los Angeles court is fast approaching. We’ve gathered the top 10 resources you’ll need to get your firm prepared and your filers confident in the new processes.
An illustrative guide to how electronic court filing works, complete with tips for filers to avoid rejection and optimize their process.
The Los Angeles Superior Court (LASC) has announced new dates for the implementation of eFiling of legal documents filed in the Civil Division. UPDATED 12/20/18: The most recent timeline from LASC has the following eFiling implementation plans: Permissive eFiling in One Legal Mandatory Probate Available now Available now Since June […]
Part 2 of the series dispelling frequent myths about eFiling and eService. Maximize your court filing practices with the facts behind the misconceptions.
Who rejects your documents? Do judges still print? When will conformed copies get returned? Let’s demystify these myths about eFiling and eService.
Electronic filing became mandatory for nearly all civil cases in the Circuit Court of Cook County at midnight on July 1, one minute after the old “OLIS” eFiling system was removed from the Clerk’s website. Under the new eFileIL system, which also became officially operational in Cook County at midnight, […]
One Legal becomes a preferred electronic court filing provider of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) Lawyers in Los Angeles gearing up for the introduction of electronic filing now have an additional benefit to help them start to take advantage of online, paperless court filing. Thanks to a new […]
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 this increased option for filers was welcomed by many, the […]
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 […]
Hello San Mateo County! Many may remember an experimental eFiling endeavor several years ago when courts allowed documents to be eFiled. While that program was later rescinded, San Mateo County is now rejoining 18 other California court systems to permit electronic filing of legal documents. Small Claims began accepting digital documents […]
Hello Santa Clara County! Legal professionals in Santa Clara County have already been electronically filing court documents in several case types over the last couple of years. Effective February 13, 2018, it will become mandatory to eFile documents for General Civil cases, as well. While some courts choose to introduce […]
Has electronic court filing begun in your county yet? Federal Courts have long since mandated eFiling and state courts have slowly joined the march toward digital progress. Some states, like Indiana and Illinois, have implemented a statewide system for eFiling, while others, like California, are leaving it up to the individual counties to […]
Despite the benefits of a more tech-savvy firm, not everyone in the office may be gung-ho to learn the necessary skills and make the various changes. A large law firm may ask the IT staff to champion the conversion to the new technology, but at a smaller law firm, it […]
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 implemented electronic court filing for legal documents, like Illinois, Indiana, […]
Hello Orange County! It’s been more than six years since courts in Orange County, California first began accepting electronically filed documents. Civil Limited and Unlimited and Probate case types have been benefitting from eFiling for several years now. Starting December 4, 2017, Family Law filers will finally get to join […]