After six weeks with a shuttered digital system, the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas’ electronic filing system was back up and running Monday, with attorneys mostly reporting that the system was running smoothly.

According to a court announcement, the electronic filing systems for the First Judicial District’s civil and orphans’ courts were restored Monday morning. A source familiar with the court said that “hundreds” of filings had been entered through the e-filing system by Monday afternoon.

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