Inforuptcy Blog Categories: ECF

What Good Is Storage If You Can't Find What You Need?

Posted by Michael on July 17, 2014

If your staff is manually saving ECF emails, chances are you still purchase dockets from because it's easier and faster. This is the classic double whammy: your staff wastes time and you still pay for your case information.

Avoid this double whammy. Our ECF email manager not only saves and stores all your ECF emails and one free looks in the cloud, but it also organizes everything into a docket view just as it appears on Pacer so you can:

  • Quickly see the latest entry in the case
  • Immediately refer back and find a pleading you need
  • Prepare hearing binders with a few clicks
  • Endlessly download, email and print any pleading or docket for free, and
  • Never visit or pay for again.
Not only is Inforuptcy easier than, but it's also far less expensive, and your staff won't spend a second downloading and saving pleadings.

So if you're still paying for your own cases, your system isn't working. Use ours instead. Schedule a 15 minute web demo so you can see for yourself.

Still Deciding Which ECF Emails To Keep?

Posted by Hawk on April 12, 2013

In today’s day and age, it’s all about efficiency. Especially for professionals such as lawyers whose time should be spent on the tougher choices:

Q: How many lawyers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: How many can you afford? 1

Q: How many lawyers does it take to go through the daily slew of ECF Emails?
A: None - if you’re using Inforuptcy’s ECF email manager.

Sadly, way too many lawyers every day spend too much time sorting through ECF emails. This just shouldn’t happen. Our tool will do all the grunt work for you so you can focus on real work, enjoy a constantly updated docket on all your cases, and perhaps even change a light bulb or two.

To see this free tool in action, watch this 90 second video:

Remember, this tool is free and it will:

  • Save you or your staff lots of time
  • Obviate the need to visit PACER for your own cases
  • Make tracking cases a lot easier