OSB Professional Liability Fund
Oregon eCourt Update MCLE Credit Extended to 12/31/2018

Oregon eCourt Update MCLE Credit Extended to 12/31/2018

Date: 11/19/2014
Topic: Malpractice Avoidance
Credit:1.75 - PS
OSB CLE Program No.: 558*2015

This program is an update of Survival Tips for Practicing in eCourt and Organizing Your E-mail presented by the PLF on June 18, 2014.  PLF Practice Management Advisor Beverly Michaelis will provide you with tips on how to avoid malpractice traps in Oregon eCourt.  Topics include:  getting started with eCourt, filing documents, using the Register of Actions, resubmitting a rejected filing, paying eCourt fees, forwarding eCourt notices, and changes to eFiling procedures pursuant to UTCR 21.040, 21.050, 21.070, 21.080, 21.090, 21.100, and 21.120 (amended out-of-cycle on September 29, 2014).  Daniel Parr from the Oregon Judicial Department will lead a Q & A session to address audience questions about the eFile & Serve system.  MCLE Credit Extended to 12/31/2018.


Beverly Michaelis, Professional Liability Fund
Daniel Parr, Oregon Judicial Department Office of Education, Training, and Outreach



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