Recent Amendments: Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 6(d)

FRCP 6(d) Amendments RE
Electronic Filing

The recent amendments to The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will affect the timing of responses to almost all federal court filings.

The most impact will be felt from the amendments to FRCP 6(d). Attorneys practicing in federal courts have become accustomed to having an additional three days to respond to motions and other filings unless the service is done by personal delivery. This is no longer the case.

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New York Supreme Courts Continue to Expand E-Filing – 2016

New York Supreme Courts continue to expand electronic filing, 2016 update.

Recent Changes

In July it became mandatory to file all commercial matters electronically in Queens. In Albany e-filing Tax Certiorari matters became mandatory in July. Kings County expanded mandatory and consensual E-Filing in March. In December of last year mandatory e-filing was expanded in Suffolk County.

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California Eastern District Bankruptcy Amends Local Bankruptcy Rule 5005-1, Makes Changes to Electronic Filing System

Effective March 10, 2009, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California has adopted an amendment to Local Bankruptcy Rule 5005-1, Electronic Record is the Official Record; Filing of Documents, to provide that documents submitted in electronic form via the Court’s Electronic Case Files System shall be deemed filed as of the … Read more