Texas Supreme Court's E-filing Requirements

Don Cruse over at the Texas Supreme Court blog has posted the court's amended requirements for e-filing. Two new changes are:

  • Counsel making a filing must provide an email address at which they are willing to receive notices from the Court.
  • Lead counsel are also now required to register for notifications with the Casemail system operated by the Office of Court Administration.

Lawyers are also required to email their briefs to opposing counsel when they're filed.

For more info, go to Don's blog here.