Court Officials Seek Greater Authority on E-Filing Mandates

, New York Law Journal


Less than two years after the state judiciary was given the authority to mandate e-filing for a wide swath of courts and cases, court administrators want additional authority that, in the words of a report released Friday, will "carry us further."

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  • Paul H. Aloe

    This is a positive step, but there is a need to eliminate the dual system and just make e-filing the only system. We also need to eliminate the requirement of sending paper "working copies" to the court -- which for lawyers, eliminates some of the benefit of efiling.

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