The Appellate Division is readying an electronic filing system for appeals and motions, to be available to public attorneys next month and to all attorneys by the fall. 'eDATA' will allow initiating
The New Jersey courts still don't have the financial means to start an electronic case filing system, but they're going ahead with a rule to implement it
...in legal malpractice is the failure to use Judiciary Electronic Filing System (JEFIS) for certain filings. Filing DC-docket type cases through JEFIS is now...
Notice to the bar
State trial case backlogs increased in court year 2011, continuing a five-year upward swing despite a corresponding drop in new filings
...000 or less electronically through the Judiciary Electronic Filing and Imaging System (JEFIS) as of May 1, 2011, will be returned stamped "Received...
...for the general trial and appellate courts. Modernization of the rather awkward JEFIS system used in the Special Civil Part and its expansion to other...
Five weeks after Legal Services of New Jersey pleaded poverty at a legislative hearing, the Assembly is taking up a measure that would bump up court filing fees to help fund the legal aid provider
The newly adopted foreclosure-review process hopefully will provide greater confidence for the public, at this time of crisis, and ensure the integrity of the judicial process
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