LASC: APPROXIMATELY 99% OF ALL EMPLOYEES HAVE SUBMITTED PROOF OF VACCINATION OR SOUGHT A MEDICAL OR RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION AS THE COURT’S COVID VACCINE MANDATE TAKES EFFECT

2021-10-14T13:16:09-07:00October 14th, 2021|Court & Process, Court Notices, News|

APPROXIMATELY 99% OF ALL EMPLOYEES HAVE SUBMITTED PROOF OF VACCINATION OR SOUGHT A MEDICAL OR RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION AS THE COURT’S COVID VACCINE MANDATE TAKES EFFECT After notifying employees they had 45 days to get fully vaccinated on or before October 7 as a condition of employment, approximately 99% of the nation’s largest trial court’s employees [...]

ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT EFILING UNAVAILABILITY STARTING FRIDAY, 10/22 AT 6:00 PM THRU SUNDAY, 10/24 AT 6:00 PM

2021-10-15T08:57:59-07:00October 13th, 2021|Court & Process, Court Notices, News|

ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT EFILING UNAVAILABILITY STARTING FRIDAY, 10/22 AT 6:00 PM THUR SUNDAY, 10/24 AT 6:00 PM The Orange County Superior Court is performing a network upgrade starting on Friday, 10/22 at 6:00 PM and through Sunday, 10/24 at 6:00 PM.  During this period, all Court network and application connectivity will be unavailable.  This [...]

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF EL DORADO: TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF CLERK’S COUNTERS, ONLINE PAYMENT SERVICE AND ONLINE TELEPHONIC APPEARANCE SERVICE

2021-10-13T16:17:18-07:00October 13th, 2021|Court & Process, Court Notices, News|

PUBLIC NOTICE RE: TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF CLERK’S COUNTERS, ONLINE PAYMENT SERVICE AND ONLINE TELEPHONIC APPEARANCE SERVICE The Superior Court of California, County of El Dorado (Court) is transitioning to a new case management system. To support this transition, temporary modifications to Court operations will occur as follows: Clerk’s Counters On Thursday, October 14, 2021, and [...]

LASC PRESIDING JUDGE ERIC C. TAYLOR ISSUES NEW GENERAL ORDER EXTENDING CERTAIN CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE DEADLINES

2021-10-08T11:01:00-07:00October 8th, 2021|Court & Process, Court Notices, News|

PRESIDING JUDGE ERIC C. TAYLOR ISSUES NEW GENERAL ORDER EXTENDING CERTAIN CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE DEADLINES Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor today announced a new General Order to extend certain Criminal and Juvenile deadlines as the Court continues its measured approach to provide safe access to justice amid the ongoing pandemic. The General Order, issued under [...]

LASC: REMINDER LOS ANGELES COUNTY EFILING MAINTENANCE THIS WEEKEND

2021-10-07T15:53:28-07:00October 7th, 2021|Court & Process, Court Notices, News|

Please be advised that Los Angeles County Superior Court, Probate, and Juvenile Dependency departments will be conducting system maintenance beginning on Friday, October 8th at 5:00pm through Sunday, October 10th at 6:00pm. Users will not be able to eFile into the LASC Probate or Juvenile Dependance case types during this maintenance window. Users eFiling into [...]

LASC WEBEX NOW AVAILABLE FOR REMOTE ORAL ARGUMENT IN THE APPELLATE DIVISION

2021-10-07T15:54:23-07:00October 6th, 2021|Court & Process, Court Notices, News|

The video appearance technology Webex is now available in the Court’s Appellate Division for remote oral argument appearances. To appear remotely for oral argument: Access the “courtroom” 15 minutes prior to your scheduled hearing. You must be visible, and your statements must be audible to all other participants (audio and video is required to participate [...]

CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS GO REMOTE

2021-09-30T08:50:08-07:00September 30th, 2021|Court & Process, Legal Industry, Remote Working|

From courtrooms to four-way screens, we’re witnessing a revolution in the legal industry! As a result of the global health crisis caused by COVID-19, we’ve seen dozens of legal proceedings make the transition to remote work. Although eFiling and remote pretrial proceedings were already relatively common, one of the most surprising developments has been the [...]

CROSS EXAMINATION APPROACH: WHY IT MATTERS

2021-09-01T05:53:19-07:00September 1st, 2021|Court & Process, Legal Industry, News, Trial Presentation|

Trial lawyers have strategies they employ when presenting a case in court. Securing a favorable outcome for a client requires extensive, calculated trial preparations; a challenge that litigators know all too well. Despite the long days, months, or even years, spent on a case before it goes to trial, once inside a courtroom, those relentless [...]

PREPARING FOR BLOCKCHAIN LITIGATION AS A LEGAL PROFESSIONAL

2021-08-26T06:56:34-07:00August 26th, 2021|Court & Process, Digital, Legal Industry, Legal Technology, News|

Blockchain technology, the technology used by cryptocurrencies as ledger keepers, is gaining favor in the public eye. Inevitably, this means litigation involving blockchains will enter courtrooms with increasing frequency. The nature of blockchain technology will be a tough area for courts to navigate, especially when reviewing blockchain data for discovery purposes. Technology is revolutionizing human [...]

THE FUTURE OF COURT REPORTING

2021-08-13T19:15:38-07:00August 13th, 2021|Court & Process, Depositions, Digital, Employee Enrichment, Legal Industry, Legal Technology, News|

Court reporters are the backbone of the legal system. From hearings to trials to depositions, virtually all court proceedings require the presence of a court reporter. Now, in the face of incredibly high demand, the legal system is facing a shortage of qualified reporters. Today, we’ll attempt to shed light on the root cause of [...]

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