PRESS RELEASE – eLaw® RELEASES LOCAL JUDGE PART RULES

PRESS RELEASE

Media Contact:                                                                                                         For Immediate Release
Dominick Esposito, eLaw®
Phone: 973-642-1440, ext. 8
Email: dominick@eLaw.com

 

eLaw® RELEASES LOCAL JUDGE PART RULES

Latest Innovation Provides Valuable Appearance Information

 

11/27/2017 – NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – November 27, 2017 eLaw, the leading Web-based platform that provides critical and up-to-date court-related case information, announced today a major new enhancement, New York Judge Local Part Rules. With its latest innovation, attorneys can now search eLaw for court dates and select the judge they are to appear before and ensure they comply with all of the judge’s local rules.

The new product enhancement includes:

Individual Judge Rules in New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Richmond and the Bronx Supreme Courts;

Judge Local Rules are available in eLaw for all premium eLaw customers;

Judges’ names will be hyperlinked when they are displayed in an upcoming appearance, case or motion details and their rules are just a click away.

”We are proud to provide additional critical court information to assist attorneys in their law practice.  Attorneys can now get notice of court appearance by e-mail, or directly in their Case Management Systems or phone calendars with our easy to use syncing software. eLaw Per Diem attorneys can cover the appearances for them and now be thoroughly prepared for the appearance by reviewing with the eLaw Judge Rules.” Dominick Esposito, President of eLaw.

For more than twenty years, eLaw has provided the local knowledge needed to productively manage caseloads by searching and monitoring court dates and events. More than 120,000 legal professionals subscribe to eLaw, with several thousand accessing the site daily

eLaw was recently selected again as the Best Docketing and Calendaring Software in New York and New Jersey and the Best Per Diem company in New York and New Jersey in the Law Journal Reader Ranking.

“Attorneys in New York and New Jersey rely on eLaw in their daily practice of law.  We ensure that no one ever misses an appearance with our award-winning eWatch service, reminder alerts and report programs. We provide web services to sync eLaw data with case management systems and e-mail and phone calendars. We have taken Per Diem service to a new level. An attorney can order coverage in their eLaw account, upload documents and monitor appearances and receive the coverage report in a timely manner inside their account and by e-mail. Now eLaw has taken the task of researching a Judge’s individual part rules away.  With a click of the mouse, all that information can be viewed for every appearance.” added Dominick Esposito

About eLaw
Since 2000, eLaw has been annually ranked as the leading docketing and calendaring software by New York and New Jersey legal professionals, eLaw allows attorneys to search, monitor and manage active and archived cases, dockets and court calendars in New York and New Jersey courts. eLaw users locate cases of interest; register them for email alerts based on court dates, decisions, orders and notices; view individual assignment system dockets; cover all court appearances for firms and retrieve copies of any filed court documents from anywhere at any time. eLaw improves case management so that lawyers can practice with confidence. For more information, visit www.eLaw.com or call 973-642-1440, ext. 8.

 

e-Law® and eLaw are either registered trademarks or trademarks of e-Law, LLC. eLaw is not a law firm and does not provide legal services. All professional legal services are rendered by an independent qualified Legal Service Provider to whom eLaw assigns your request. New York Law Journal and New Jersey Law Journal are either a registered trademark or trade name of ALM Media Properties, LLC.

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