Tag: e-filing

Federal courts move to require PDF/A for e-filing

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Federal courts are moving towards adopting PDF/A as the standard format for electronic filing, which is prompting many attorneys to say, ‘What is a PDF/A?’ PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson explains in this piece on this trend.

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This week in PDF: Planet PDF goes on the road

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As the Planet PDF team gears up for the Adobe Acrobat and PDF Conference, this week in PDF sees a pair of awards going to UNIVERSE Software and an upgrade to an e-Filing solution.

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This week in PDF: Adobe previews Acrobat 3D

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This week in PDF sees a preview of Adobe’s new premium Acrobat product, the addition of e-filing functionality to a desktop PDF application and an update to a PDF password recovery tool.

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This week in PDF: Size does matter — for E-Filing, at least

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This week in PDF sees the release of a brand-new RTF-to-PDF conversion tool, an online application for E-Filing federal court documents and another vendor announcing Acrobat 8 compatibility.

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APSplit Desktop Edition released

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Appligent, Inc. has announced the release of APSplit Desktop Edition, a standalone application for preparing PDF files to meet the document size requirements imposed by the courts and other government institutions on electronic filing submissions. Because it is based on Appligent’s SPDF libraries, APSplit DE runs independently as a desktop application rather than as a plug-in for Adobe Acrobat.

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Making a PDF for e-filing

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Want to learn how to e-file your legal documents in 15 minutes or less? What are the rules and regulations, and how do they apply to your practice? Read on as PDFforLawyers.com’s Dave Fishel explains in this piece on creating legal PDFs destined for electronic filing, or e-filing for short.

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