One of the more frustrating parts of being a lawyer was getting documents signed by multiple parties. Back in the day, we’d do it by mail – sending a settlement agreement by mail to one party, who would get it signed by their client and then mail it on to the next party for signing, […]
Dennis Kennedy’s latest terrific compendium of web sites deals with PDF and Adobe Acrobat, with lots of great links designed to help lawyers who either haven’t used PDF before, or those who have but want to learn more.
As Dennis says, PDF files are the future when […]
USCourts.gov offers this page on Case Management/Electronic Case Files, now being implemented in bankruptcy courts and district courts. There’s also a video on the attorney’s perspective of this project.
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