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Beyond the Desktop: Explore Court Notices & Calendar
Mar 22, 2019 | Online - 12:00 p.m. CT
With Court Notices and Calendar, simplify tedious and costly tasks while enjoying anywhere access to important case data, court documents and events.
• Court Notice Integration - avoid PACER fees
• Online Calendar - sync events to your personal calendar
• Claim Tracker - easily manage Proofs of Claim
• Document Storage - upload client documents online
• File Cabinet - automatically save your Free Looks locally
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Bankruptcy Chat: Support for Restyled Bankruptcy Rules
Mar 19 | Spotlight
During a recent January meeting of the Judicial Conference’s Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, a subcommittee leading an initiative to “restyle” the Bankruptcy Rules reported overwhelming support of the effort by those surveyed. However, the Restyling Subcommittee cautioned that significant concerns were raised regarding the protection of certainRead more