Scammers in the System: Florida Enforces Stricter eFiling Security Measures

By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft There’s always one. After a scammer was able to hack an attorney’s eFiling account and take off with $130,000, Florida Courts E-Filing Authority was understandably shaken. Realizing such a vulnerability in its midst, the board quickly removed all non-lawyer eFiling accounts, which included the right-hand people of many lawyers – … Continue reading Scammers in the System: Florida Enforces Stricter eFiling Security Measures

Cloud Gazing

A couple years ago I wrote about how I thought attitudes concerning storing critical enterprise data in "The Cloud" would have evolved five years hence. Bottom line: The prediction was that by 2019, best practices will require that information of any criticality, confidentiality, or sensitivity be stored in The Cloud, because that will be far … Continue reading Cloud Gazing

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