Electronic Filing Comes of Age – Part II: Revised Bankruptcy Rule 8011 and Civil Rule 5

By Lawrence R. Ahern, III, Brown & Ahern (Nashville, TN)
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Background

Absent contrary Congressional action, on December 1, 2018, 16 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure -- 3002.1, 5005, 7004, 7062, 8002, 8006, 8007, 8010, 8011, 8013, 8015, 8016, 8017, 8021, 8022 and 9025 -- will be amended and a new Rule 8018.1 and Part VIII Appendix will be adopted. In the Federal Rules of Civil . . .

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