In an effort to bring the Kentucky court system in line with the rest of the country, the Supreme Court of Kentucky recently issued Administrative Order 2023-04 to require electronic filing for business/commercial cases. The types of cases in this category include business torts, statutory actions, and contract disputes.
As a follow up, and to make the Kentucky court system paperless, electronic filing for real property and employment law cases will become mandatory on June 1, 2023. The Supreme Court of Kentucky issued Administrative Order 2023-11 to this effect. The Supreme Court’s administrative order excludes condemnation and forcible entry cases.
This means that any attorney that seeks to file a case in Kentucky in the business, contracts, real property or employment law categories must undergo mandatory training pursuant to the Supreme Court of Kentucky‘s administrative orders.
Rodrigue Lopez, APC is a virtual law firm that has already undergone extensive eFiling training in order to remain up to date with current Kentucky court standards. Because of technology, Rodriguez Lopez, APC is able to appear either in person or via video for court appearances, such as motions, hearing, settlement conferences, and trial.
As a law firm, Rodriguez Lopez, APC handles cases a wide variety of cases, including business litigation, real property disputes, employment law, and breach of contract issues that may arise from day to day activities or business activities.
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