Job Opening: Receptionist – Temp to Perm – Ft. Lauderdale

Thompson Staffing is looking for a Receptionist to work for a law firm in downtown Fort Lauderdale.  This is a temp with the possibility of perm opportunity.  Candidate must have at least 2 years of experience working as a receptionist for a law firm.  Candidate will be responsible for answering phones; greeting clients; calendaring meetings; setting up conference rooms for […]

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Notice of increased E-Filing fees beginning July 1, 2016

On Tuesday, June 28, the Florida Courts E-Filing Authority voted to increase the convenience fee associated with filings. Effective July 1, 2016, the rates will increase to $5.00 per filing when paying with echeck and 3.5% when paying with a credit card. The increased fees were deemed necessary to cover expenses associated with the operational costs of payments and transactions. […]

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Fast Tip from the Litigation Support Guru – View Two Portions of Same PDF

Litigation Support Guru Amy Bowser-Rollins has a fantastic website that you should check out, one of the many amazing resources she provides is “Fast Tip Friday” where she shares really awesome quickie tips on things you didn’t even know you wanted and needed to know how to do!  You can subscribe to her newsletter here: subscribe. Now, even if you are not […]

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Time Sensitive Notice re: Miami-Dade Online Case Search

Attention All Registered Users of the Miami-Dade Clerk of the Courts Online Case Search website. The Clerk has issued notice that requires action by June 1, 2015. The Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts will soon greatly expand Internet Public Access in accordance with the provisions of the Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order AOSC 14-19. This Administrative Order sets standards for access […]

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Pacer: additional info re deleted records

http://www.abajournal.com/mobile/article/pacer_deletes_older_case_files_for_four_appeals_courts_compatibility_issues/?utm_source=maestro&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily_email Those who want to obtain the deleted records will have to request them from the relevant court. In the 2nd Circuit, a request must be made in writing or by email, according to Legal Times. The court will email the entire case file for $30.

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