Efiling in California Court
January 19, 2022
Student Members: $10
Non-Member Students: $20
This training webinar will provide an overview of recent e-filing availability in California, with a specific focus on the new upcoming mandatory e-filing implementations for civil cases in Riverside County Superior Court and Alameda County Superior Court. Both counties have implemented e-filing using the same technology, and are use identical e-filing platforms. The host will cover what is required to create and configure your e-filing account, and walk you through the process of filing new cases, or filing new documents on existing cases.
Presented byGeorge Knecht
George Knecht is the co-founder Green Filing and currently Green Filing’s Chief Operating Officer. George has been involved with e-filing implementations in state courts since 2002, where as a project manager for the Clerk of the Superior Court for Maricopa County (Phoenix) in the State of Arizona. he played a large role in converting the Court to a completely electronic court record, and led the Court’s efforts in implementing one of the more successful electronic court filing programs in the country. He continued with the Superior Court as the E-Filing Program Manager, and lead business analyst, overseeing the e-filing the project through from its inception, the development of the Court’s software, and its eventual implementation.
In 2008, George left the state court to pursue a career participating in e-filing in the private sector. In 2009, Green Filing was formed and work began on the Green Filing e-filing software. In 2010, Green Filing was certified as an e-filing service provider for the State of Utah, and more than 3000 Utah attorneys are now e-filing over 1 million documents a year. George has led Green Filing’s Utah implementation working on new business development and training, and also led Green Filing’s expansion to new markets including California, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, and Texas.
Attendees will receive 1.0 MCLE credit and supporting training materials.