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PAPERLESS – Amid pressure from lawyers who practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the justices have relaxed the rules requiring the filing of paper documents, in some instances. As Marcia Coyle reports, the rules had necessitated lawyers and staff making trips to find printers or to deliver copies to the court itself. The justices also said that parties are not obligated to serve paper copies of filings on other parties if they agree to electronic service.

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