Pennsylvania Appeals: E-Filing in Pennsylvania's Appellate Courts | Practical Law

Pennsylvania Appeals: E-Filing in Pennsylvania's Appellate Courts | Practical Law

A Practice Note explaining how to electronically file (e-file) documents in civil appellate matters in Pennsylvania's Superior Court, Commonwealth Court, and Supreme Court, which are Pennsylvania's appellate courts. Specifically, this Note discusses the rules governing e-filing, the hardware and software requirements for e-filing, and how to register for access to the appellate courts' electronic filing system (EFS), called PACFile. It also addresses formatting, filing, and service issues, how to address technical difficulties, and post-filing best practices.

Pennsylvania Appeals: E-Filing in Pennsylvania's Appellate Courts

Practical Law Practice Note w-037-1523 (Approx. 22 pages)

Pennsylvania Appeals: E-Filing in Pennsylvania's Appellate Courts

by Practical Law Litigation
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A Practice Note explaining how to electronically file (e-file) documents in civil appellate matters in Pennsylvania's Superior Court, Commonwealth Court, and Supreme Court, which are Pennsylvania's appellate courts. Specifically, this Note discusses the rules governing e-filing, the hardware and software requirements for e-filing, and how to register for access to the appellate courts' electronic filing system (EFS), called PACFile. It also addresses formatting, filing, and service issues, how to address technical difficulties, and post-filing best practices.