eFiling for Los Angeles Superior Court – Civil Cases

eFiling for Los Angeles Superior Court – Civil Cases

An update on the status of Los Angeles Superior Court (“LASC”) going live with eFiling for Civil Cases.

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San Diego eFiling & eService

NEW: San Diego eFiling & eService

Beginning October 1, 2020, Rapid Legal will be a certified eFiling Service Provider with San Diego Superior Court for Civil eFiling.

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Exploring Stakeholders in the California Court eFiling Workflow

Exploring Stakeholders in the California Court eFiling Workflow

There are many key stakeholders that are involved in the submission, transmission and completion of California court eFilings.

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CA Court eFiling Requirements – Part Three

CA Court eFiling Requirements – Part Three

This is the 3rd and final post in our 3 part series created to answer the question, “What CA courts are moving to eFiling and when?”

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Productivity Tip Save Time with Manage Cases

Productivity Tip: Save Time with Manage Cases

Are you taking full advantage of all that Manage Cases has to offer within your Rapid Legal account?

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eFiling vs. eDelivery and eSubmit

Did You Know? eFiling vs. eDelivery and eSubmit Are NOT the Same!

Most of us in the legal industry are familiar with, or have at least heard of, “eFiling”, but have you heard of “eDelivery or eSubmit”?

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CA Court eFiling Requirements – Part Two

CA Court eFiling Requirements – Part Two

This is the 2nd post in our 3 part series created to answer the question, “What CA courts are moving to eFiling and when?”

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CA Court eFiling Requirements

Did You Know? 1 out of 10 eFilings can be rejected by the court.

eFiling rejections continue to plague legal professionals, potentially causing missed statutory deadlines or jeopardized cases.

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Stanislaus County Superior Court eFiling with Rapid Legal

Stanislaus County Superior Court eFiling with Rapid Legal

Effective immediately, you can now eFile with Rapid Legal for all Non-Criminal cases at Stanislaus County Superior Court.

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CA Court eFiling Requirements – Part One

CA Court eFiling Requirements – Part One

Here at Rapid Legal, we often get asked which courts are moving to eFiling and when. To start, eFiling means to electronically file your legal documents...

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court filing Rejections and how to avoid them

Common Pitfalls for Court Filing Rejections and How to Avoid Them

It’s always a good habit to double-check your work. Is that enough? Usually yes, but when it comes to court documents, you should always take...

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5 Tips on How to Avoid Remote Work Burnout

5 Tips on How to Avoid Remote Work Burnout

We take a closer look at why “Working From Home” has become “Living At Work” and how to avoid the pitfalls. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, surveys showed that only about 29% of Americans were able to work from

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COVID 19 Rapid Legal Remains Open to Assist You

COVID-19: Rapid Legal Remains Open to Assist You

We, like so many Americans, have spent the last several days and weeks learning about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting our country and the world.

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Guide: eFiling Basics for Beginners

Guide: eFiling Basics for Beginners

More and more county courts in California are making the switch from paper court filing to electronic filing (eFiling). At Rapid Legal, we’ve made it our business to help demystify eFiling and make

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Best Time to Innovate

Don’t Let a Crisis Go to Waste – Why Now is the Best Time to Innovate

An unseen enemy, COVID-19, has turned businesses big and small upside down. Most are simply trying to survive, making this crisis the perfect time to prioritize innovation and propel your organization’s position in

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Will COVID-19 Accelerate a Digital Transformation in the Legal Industry?

Will COVID-19 Accelerate a Digital Transformation in the Legal Industry?

The legal industry is one of the last bastions that has yet to fully transform its business processes digitally like other industries such as health care, finance, and media. Why has it taken so long?

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San Diego eFiling Cheat Sheet

Bookmark documents with exhibits. All documents electronically filed must be in a text searchable format, i.e., OCR. The court is unable to accept documents that do not comply with these requirements, or documents that include but are not limited to digitized signatures, fillable forms, or a negative image.

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Strict eFiling Requirements Enforcement and What It Means for You

Strict eFiling Requirements Enforcement and What It Means for You

Courts have recently begun strictly enforcing the following rules regarding electronic filings. Documents Must be Electronically Filed in PDF, Text-Searchable Format

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