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Workflow - The Life of a Document After Review

This is Part 5 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series, check out Part 4.

An image I use to describe eFiling without automated workflow is Fred Flintstone’s car: it looks automated; but somehow the driver is still doing all the work. 658 more words

Electronic Documents

Electronic Filing and Public Access to get upgrades early next year


E-filing has made a lot of practices easier and more efficient in the District Court. Processes are about to improve even more with some highly anticipated upgrades coming early next year. 252 more words

Eighth Judicial District Court

Funding eFiling: Calculating the Cost

This is the conclusion of Part 3 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series. Check out the first half of Part 3 here.

Handling of indigents in an eFiling system will be profoundly affected by the chosen funding model. 796 more words

Electronic Filing

Oregon eCourt and Arbitration

Are Oregon arbitrators required to eFile arbitration awards and judgments? Let me answer that question with another question: were you conventionally filing awards and judgments  649 more words

Oregon Law Practice Management

Electronic Court Filing Standards: What, Why, and Where are They Headed?

This is Part 2 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series, check out Part 1 here.

“This tale grew in the telling…”
J.R.R. Tolkien, … 789 more words

Electronic Filing

Uniform Subpoenas

As of July 1, 2015, Maryland subpoenas will be uniform throughout the state of Maryland as the Maryland Judiciary has launched a new uniform subpoena form. 84 more words