Foreseeing "vast" cost savings to the courts, litigants, and the bar, a New York judge said Tuesday he will seek authority to require all state courts to implement mandatory electronic filing. "In the year 2011, this is not a pipe-dream, but rather the very least we should be doing to move the courts boldly and efficiently into the 21st century," the judge said in a statement.
N.Y. Judge Seeks Authority to Implement Mandatory E-Filing
New York Law Journal
March 4, 2011
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