JUDICIAL COUNCIL EXPANDS EMERGENCY RULE ON ESERVICE IN MOST CIVIL CASES

Today the Judicial Council of California issued Temporary Rule #12 expanding the use of eService in most civil cases.  This temporary rule intentionally reduces service by mail by requiring attorneys to use electronic service more often.


The two relevant updates from the new order are:


  1. Represented parties must ACCEPT eService of notices

  2. Represented parties must eServe another party if that other party requests notice by Service.


For additional context you can view the press release here.  To view Appendix I and all emergency rules related to COVID-19, click here.

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