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San Francisco Superior Court Selects One Legal LLC as an eFiling Provider
"We're very happy that the San Francisco court has selected us as an eFiling provider," said Robert DeFilippis, President and COO of One Legal, which is a California company with several branches in the Bay Area. “This contract provides us the opportunity to work within our local community while supporting the Court’s strategic plan to implement mandatory eFiling.” The Court’s project, which began in September 2012, is intended to support its strategic plan to use technology to improve service to the public, save money and reduce paper use.
As California’s File & Serve leader, One Legal is well-versed in the benefits of eFiling and eService. With successful implementations in the Orange County and San Diego Superior Courts, the 2nd and 3rd largest courts in California, respectively, One Legal has been at the forefront of building technology solutions for courts and taking the lead in onboarding and training the civil legal community at large. “We’
Since the signing of the contract, One Legal has been aggressively moving forward with the technology integration needed to support the court’s vision. Once the eFiling product is available, One Legal plans to offer competitive pricing and free training. For more information, visit https://www.onelegal.com/
About One Legal LLC - Based in Marin County, California, One Legal is committed to bringing court communications into the 21st century and is the established leader in Online Court Services and Litigation Support for Court Filing, Court eFiling, Nationwide Process Serving, Skip Tracing, Public Records Search and Document Retrieval of Court Records. With a local network of California Process Servers, plus the ability to provide nationwide Service of Process and Court Filing Services in 15 states, One Legal is the trusted source for legal professionals. The company’s services are used by more than 20,000 customers, which include law firms, corporations, insurance carriers and state and local agencies.