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CALSPro Conference 2019

As always Janney & Janney continues to heavily participate in our Statewide Association making sure that we have an integral part to play in Due Process. This year the CALSPro Annual Conference was in our backyard in Newport Beach. The owners of the company, Doug and Steve, made sure that we were well represented! The office Management from our Los Angeles, Orange County, Ventura, and Inland Empire Offices were all in attendance.

 

Special recognition goes to Jay Roll of our Orange County Office for being re-elected to the Board of Directors. Special recognition also goes to Andrew Gowing of our Los Angeles Office for being re-elected both as the Secretary-Treasurer and to the Board of Directors.

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LASC eFiling Down

Due to technical difficulties the court’s civil eFiling system is unavailable. Ex-Parte documents for Monday and documents with a statutory deadline of today, Friday, September 20th, may be filed in paper at the appropriate clerk’s office.

 

CLICK HERE to View the Court’s Notice

[REVISED] LASC: Civil Complex eFiling Pushed Back Again

The Court has once again pushed back the date for Mandatory eFiling for Civil Complex to January 1st, 2020. 

 

There is only a mandatory phase for eFiling Complex Civil documents. Prior
to implementation of this mandatory phase, documents may be presented for filing
at the clerk’s office. Attorneys must eFile documents as of the dates marked as mandatory.

 

CLICK HERE to view the official court notice.

LASC: Civil-Unlimited eFiling Now Mandatory

LASC-Civil Unlimited eFiling is Mandatory as of today, Wednesday, January 2nd. Civil Complex eFiling is currently voluntary and will become Mandatory on February 4th. This is subject to changes made by the court.

During the Civil Complex Permissive phase, physical filings picked up on route will still be filed, as usual, under the Retainer Coverage. We encourage all of our clients to begin utilizing the portal to eFile directly with the court whenever possible for anything that falls under the permissive eFiling. This is the perfect time to practice and get comfortable with eFiling.

Be aware that issues with the Electronic Filing Manager (Journal Technologies) and the Court’s internal Case Management System can arise. Please report any issues you may be encountering when eFiling. We have customer service representatives standing by and have also created a “Service Ticket” web page so that we can address any issues that may arise. A link to this page can be found on our homepage. Our staff will be working hard to solve any problem you encounter and contact you as soon as possible with a solution.

We know you may have questions regarding eFiling in LASC Civil, so we have posted an FAQ document on our website.

OCSC: Probate – Reserve a Motion Date

OCSC: PROBATE – RESERVE A MOTION DATE

Only available hearing dates will be displayed.

Failure to submit your moving papers within 24 hours will result in the automatic cancellation of the reservation.

All pleadings must be served and filed in a timely manner, pursuant to statute.

MOVING PAPERS MUST BE E-FILED WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER COMPLETING THE ONLINE RESERVATION.

NOTE: To EXPEDITE your MOTION filing place the appropriate Court Reservation number (e.g. 7XXXXXXX) on each Motion being submitted.

LASC Civil Limited Permissive eFiling Live

LASC-Civil Limited eFiling is Permissive as of today, Tuesday, November 13th and will become Mandatory on Monday, December 3rd. This is subject to changes made by the court.

During the Permissive phase, physical filings picked up on route will still be filed, as usual, under the Retainer Coverage. We are live for eFiling with the court Today, November 13th, and encourage all of our clients to begin utilizing the portal to eFile directly with the court. This is the perfect time to practice and get comfortable with eFiling.

Be aware that issues with the Electronic Filing Manager (Journal Technologies) and the Court’s internal Case Management System can arise. Please report any LASC eFiling issues you may be encountering when eFiling with the Civil Limited Division. We have customer service representatives standing by to assist you and have also created an “Service Ticket” web page so that we can address any issues that may arise. A link to this page can be found on our homepage – janneyandjanney.com. Our staff will be working hard to solve any problem you encounter and contact you as soon as possible with a solution.

We know you may have questions regarding eFiling in LASC Civil, so we have posted an FAQ document on our website.

LASC – Civil: Implementing New Case Management System

This weekend, the Los Angeles Superior Court will transition to a new case
management system for unlimited civil. The new system will provide efficiencies for staff
and enhance the Court’s ability to maintain complete and easily accessible records.
Additionally, the new technology will enable parties to file civil documents electronically
in the near future.

As a result of the transition, the following online services for small claims, limited and
unlimited civil will be unavailable from Friday, Oct. 5, at 5:30 p.m., through Wednesday,
Oct. 10, 2018, at 8:00 a.m.:

• Civil Court Reservation System (CRS)
• Civil Case Summary
• Civil Party Name Search
• Civil Case Calendar

Please be aware that during the week following implementation, it is anticipated that the
process of filing documents will take longer than usual. To the extent possible, it is
suggested that you avoid filing nonpriority documents from Oct. 9 through Oct. 19,
2018. Please note that Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, is a court holiday.

Unlimited civil matters are heard at the following courthouses: Burbank, Chatsworth,
Compton, Glendale, Governor George Deukmejian (Long Beach), Michael Antonovich
Antelope Valley, Norwalk, Pomona, Santa Monica, Spring Street, Stanley Mosk
(downtown Los Angeles), Torrance and Van Nuys East.

The Court appreciates your patience while we make the transition to the new system.

 

 

CLICK HERE to view the Court’s Official Notice

LASC to Implement Civil eFiling

The Los Angeles Superior Court will soon begin implementing electronic filing (efiling) of
all documents filed in the Civil Division.

To facilitate the transition, the Civil Division will accept electronic filings as of the
voluntary dates shown below for each civil category, beginning one month prior to the
implementation of mandatory efiling.

During the voluntary phase, documents may be presented for filing at the clerk’s office
or may be submitted electronically. Attorneys must efile documents as of the dates
marked as mandatory.

The implementation schedule for civil efiling is as follows:
Limited – voluntary November 13, 2018
Limited – mandatory December 3, 2018

Unlimited – voluntary December 3, 2018
Unlimited (non-complex) –mandatory January 2, 2019
Complex – mandatory December 3, 2018

A public meeting to provide information regarding electronic filing is scheduled
at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel, 251 S.
Olive Street, Los Angeles 90012, in the Bunker Hill Ballroom. Immediately
following the presentation, the electronic filing service providers will be available
to answer questions.

 

CLICK HERE to view the Court’s Official Notice