eFiling: Audit Trail and Confidentiality

This is Part 10 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series, check out Part 9 here. To conclude this eFiling series, let's look back at a few pieces posted in the past that dealt with the enhancement of both the audit trail and the control over confidentiality offered by eFiling. Audit Trail One of the … Continue reading eFiling: Audit Trail and Confidentiality

Assuring Judicial Work Product Confidentiality in a Paper-On-Demand Court

Consider this question: In a paper-on-demand court equipped with an Electronic Content Management (ECM) system, when judges record their personal notes in the records, do those notes become subject to release under Public Disclosure laws? There is a long and well-settled rule providing exception and privilege for personal notes and working papers, but somehow that … Continue reading Assuring Judicial Work Product Confidentiality in a Paper-On-Demand Court