In a world of financial data spewed by computers, should courts be sticklers for rules requiring a human to certify the numbers are accurate?
You bet, a U.S. bankruptcy judge in Newark, N.J., says. He has fined a firm $125,000 for finagling with signature pages on hundreds of certifications to computer-generated Chapter 13 pleadings.
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