Alameda Superior: Successfully Deploys Civil eCourt Case Management System with Electronic Filing, and Amends Emergency Local Rule

The Superior Court of Alameda County (Court) announces the successful October 12, 2021, deployment of its new Civil eCourt case management system with e-filing and a new Public Portal.

Since its launch ten days ago, the Court has received over 2,500 e-filed documents and has initiated over 480 new cases in eCourt. Users report that eCourt is user-friendly and that they enjoy being able to electronically schedule their own hearing reservations and to easily view and contest tentative rulings.

New to eCourt, parties and their counsel in Civil matters may remotely access their confidential cases, a feature that was not technologically possible on the Court’s legacy Domain system. In order for a party or counsel to access a confidential matter, they add their email to the case in eCourt and must use that same email address when creating an account in the Portal. To add or update an email address in eCourt, users should file a Notice of Change of Address or Other Contact Information using Judicial Council of California form MC-040.

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