Law Firms Use E-Filing To Enhance Productivity And Reduce Risk

As Published in The Recorder, October 6, 2014

by Steven J. Reynolds and Jack Trott, Esq., File & ServeXpress

Steven Reynolds
Steven Reynolds
Jack Trott
Jack Trott

California courts are increasingly implementing e-Filing to improve document exchange efficiency.

E-Filing has been used throughout the country for more than 23 years, but it has not been fully embraced by every firm or court. However, with the increasing cost of paper filing, labor, etc., more and more courts are adopting e-Filing as a solution. In turn, law firms seeking to enhance productivity and reduce costs are increasingly looking to e-Filing for immediate impact. Continue reading “Law Firms Use E-Filing To Enhance Productivity And Reduce Risk”

Texas Mandates E-Filing for 2014

The Supreme Court of Texas has announced that it is mandating electronic filing for Texas, beginning January 1, 2014.

The order initially covers cases in the Supreme Court and civil cases in the Texas Court of Appeals beginning January 1, 2014. Electronic filing in most of the state’s trial-level courts will move to e-Filing on a graduated schedule by court population beginning January 2014 and completing in July 2016. That part of the order will apply to district courts, statutory county courts, constitutional county courts and statutory probate courts.The scheduled deadlines for compliance will run as follows:
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