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“The movie Pineapple Express has made our jobs as process servers a lot harder,” said Tanya, One Legal’s Affiliate Relations Manager. Since 15 million civil cases are filed each year in the U.S., it makes sense that we would see much of that same process play out on the screen. […]
One Legal is made up of a team of passionate, extremely knowledgeable individuals who each put their specific areas of expertise to good use for our customers. Meet the brilliant people behind the scenes to explore why and how we do what we do. Steve and Tanya explain why they […]
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. Court filings must be delivered and all of the other […]
For the last couple of years, we’ve been working hard to combine our 25 years of filing and serving expertise with the latest developments in online tech (have you seen CaseLink, our tool for managing complex cases?). Now, we’re pleased to let you know that we’ve been recognized by a […]
At One Legal we’ve long prided ourselves in being among the most successful process servers in the business. Until recently, the California Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) for service inside a gated community contained a rule hindering unannounced access to the party being served. Service of process and gated communities […]