A class action filed in Texas federal court alleges that a requirement that civil litigants exclusively use LexisNexis' e-filing service for pleadings violates the U.S. and Texas Constitutions. Noting that the district clerk returns unfiled any documents not filed through LexisNexis, the plaintiffs attorney in the case says, "If a litigant does not have a computer, he's denied access to the courts."
Plaintiff Sues Over Court Requiring LexisNexis for E-Filing
April 19, 2010
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