E-Mail Notification
Last Updated: November 8, 2011

The Notice of Electronic Filing is the verification that the filing has been sent electronically to the Court’s database.  It certifies that this is now an official court document.

  • In order to receive notices of electronic filing, the proper attorney record must be associated to the case. Always SEARCH for your attorney record rather than creating a new attorney record.

  • Attorneys who represent parties in an adversary proceeding now have the option to choose whether they want e-mail notifications of bankruptcy activity if they have no direct involvement in the bankruptcy case. Select [ Utilities > Maintain Your ECF Account > Email information ] then select radio button "Send notices for adversary proceedings in which I am directly involved but not for their related bankruptcy cases (You may receive notices for some bankruptcy cases if required by the Clerk of Court)

  • Clicking on the case number hyperlink will present the docket report for this case. Note that you will be prompted for your PACER login and password. Users must be registered with the PACER system to have a login and password.

  • Clicking on the document number hyperlink will present the PDF image of the document just filed.  Note that you will be prompted for your PACER login and password.

  • To get your free look, you must click on the document number hyperlink from the Notice of Electronic Filing that you receive via e-mail...not the Notice of Electronic Filing that you see at the conclusion of the filing process.

  • Scroll down to see participants who have or have not registered for electronic noticing on this case.

  • To print a copy of this notice, click the browser [Print] icon.

  • To save a PDF copy of this notice:

    • Click [File] on the browser menu bar and select Print.

    • Select Acrobat PDF Writer or Acrobat Distiller as your current printer and press OK.

      NOTE: The file will not print to paper; instead the Save PDF File As dialog box will appear.

    • Select the location to save the file using the Save In drop down arrow.

    • Name the file.

    • Click Save.

Note: You can also view the Email Activity Summary Report to see what Notices of Electronic Filing have been sent.