Using E-Filing to Your Advantage: Ask Questions of the Person in Charge – Video Replay
Day one: Supreme Court Civil Term. Register for day two here!
- Review of E-filing Basics
- Legislation / CPLR / Court Rules / Local Protocol
- Authorized Courts and Case types
- Mandatory vs Consensual
- ID /Password -Attorney / Filing Agent / Unrepresented
- Format / File Size
- Notification of Orders/Judgments
- Notice of Entry
- Preparing your Documents for Filing
- Hyperlinking / Bookmarking / OCR
- What should and should not be filed
- Errors in Filing / Documents returned for correction / Help
- Who and how to contact
DEMO – Supreme Court initial Filing / Motion Filing
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Please note: Skills or Ethics credits do not count towards newly admitted attorneys' MCLE credits for this program.
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- June 27, 2023
- 12:00 PM
- 1:00 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Mark A. Berman, Speaker, Partner at Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer LLP
- Jeffrey Carucci, Speaker, Statewide Coordinator of Electronic Filing in the New York State’s Unified Court System; Director of the OCA Division of E-Filing
- Task Force on Post-Pandemic Future of the Profession
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- Trial Lawyers Section
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- Family Law Section
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