eDOCKETS

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OVERVIEW

eDockets offers outstanding convenience and ease of use achieved through extensive integration of its docket and calendar functions both within the eDockets platform and with external core systems and applications.

This integration includes active maintenance of personal calendars, computing and scheduling deadlines from published court rules, automated reference to official court and agency forms, direct docket feeds from Federal District Courts, New York Unified Court System, and Cook County and Collar Counties Courts, as well as automated processing and docketing of all PACER notifications.

Additionally, eDockets features scheduled and distributed reports, keyword document search, attorney change utility, and integration with Forms Workflow.

FEATURES

AutoDocket
– 50%-80% Savings on present PACER related charges.
– Processes all Federal Court eFiling notifications (CM/ECF) from PACER and docket-related deadlines. AutoDocket downloads and stores any attached documents in the firm’s document management system.

eDockets System Document Search
– Advanced search feature that gives firms the capability to research and retrieve documents and events for immediate access and deliverability.

Personalized Auto Reporting
– Firm-wide reports that are customizable with a single click.

Attorney Admissions
– Tracks attorney admissions, credentials and jurisdictional renewals.

Official Forms Integration
– Puts the right form at your fingertip for every event, saving time and money (Forms WorkFlow).

BENEFITS

Consolidation of Calendaring Platforms
– No more need to have MA3000/Court Alert, Juralaw, CMS across the firm.

Flexible access management
– Enables individual security levels to be set for firm’s users.

Office 365 Integration

– eDockets will interface seamlessly with Microsoft Office 365 cloud business solution. Scale up or down as your needs change.

Docket Direct

Daily Event Delivery

Ecf Verify

Verify Current Docket

Court Rules

National Court Rules with
Local Expertise

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OVERVIEW

Today more than ever, law firms need to mitigate risk, increase efficiencies, and reduce costs. Clients are entrusting firms with their most challenging cases, leaving no room for error. Missing a critical court date exposes a firm to significant malpractice risk.

Decentralized workflow and disorganized content affect efficiency and increase operational costs. Maintaining multiple hardware and software platforms require excessive consumption of IT resources. It’s time for firms look to the cloud to address their workflow requirements.

ADVANTAGES

Docketing in the Cloud alleviates adoption complexity, reduces IT overhead, and enables law firms to manage firm-wide scheduling and docketing.

– Scale up or down as docketing support needs change
– Achieve ROI faster by having less to build, maintain, and upgrade
– Increase agility to meet business needs
– Phased deployment to cloud-based docketing by department, without disrupting users
– Simplify and optimize the IT environment by having less to own and operate
– Ensure data integrity and disaster recovery with sophisticated, automated data protection capabilities
– Up-to-date national court rules

POWERFUL, ROBUST MODULES

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DOCKET DIRECT LOCAL FEDERAL COURT FEEDS

Automatically adds docket entries and calendars court appearances directly from the court’s docket to ensure your firm always meets its deadlines. Judges and parties are automatically included in the case to allow for easy reporting and summarizing all the cases before a particular judge and a service list, saving your firm time.

Docket Direct currently accesses court data from the New York and Chicago areas local and federal courts, with more state and federal courts to come.

Because of the multi-platform design of eDockets, it can be configured for firms that only need this court data feed.

COURTS MONITORED

New York
NYS Supreme including New York, Kings, Bronx, Richmond, Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Westchester, Putnam, Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, and Erie; New York Southern District (NYSD), New York Northern District (NYND), New York Eastern District (NYED), and New York Western District (NYWD).

COURTS MONITORED

Illinois
Cook County Circuit Courts, Will County Circuit Court, Kane County Circuit Court, DuPage County Circuit Court, McHenry County Circuit Court, Illinois Northern District, and Illinois Northern Bankruptcy.

COURT APPEARANCES

Docket Direct ensures that all court appearances are docketed and attorneys are notified of the most up to date time and place and judge information for the appearance.

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OVERVIEW

An electronic case file (ECF) verification service for attorneys, law firms and their clients is based on a subscribed schedule that will scan for any changes in the court dockets that did not generate email notifications from PACER.gov, and will send an alert to the subscribing attorney.

By monitoring and delivering undelivered e-mails from PACER.gov, ECF Verify protects firms from the risk of missed court dates and critical information including scheduling times for arguments or change in courtrooms.

The Problem:
Missed filing deadlines and appearances as result of missing ECF notifications can have significant consequences on the outcome of a case and can expose the firm to (costly) malpractice claims. With the burden on the attorneys to monitor dockets, courts hold them accountable for missed deadlines.

Why Does it Happen?
All notifications on cases managed on PACER.gov are sent via e-mail. As such, each attorney on the case must have an up to date email address registered with PACER.gov and be subscribed to the corresponding case. Even still emails get lost between the sending party and receiving party, resulting in a missed notification.

Common reasons for the lost email notices between the ECF system and the recipient’s e-mail include failed mail services, filters directing mail to spam, security filters recognizing incoming mail containing an electronic virus, and many more.

The Solution:
Reduce risk with ECF Verify, an insurance service that will monitor and deliver undelivered e-mails from PACER.gov.

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