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This overview of the Chapter 16 Rules Pertaining to the Use of the Electronic Document Management System is not meant as a substitute for reading the rules. Rather, it should be used as a supplement to that reading, to give you an overview of some of the major changes that will affect you when you begin to file electronically. In this presentation, we describe those changes in terms of the processes youÂ’ll use when eFiling.
The Electronic Document Management System, or EDMS, brings with it some significant advantages for you as an attorney. WeÂ’ll talk about each of these in more detail later in the presentation, but to summarize, the advantages include
Â•Remote access -- you can access the official court docket for your cases without going to the clerkÂ’s office to get a file
Â•Statewide access -- as Iowa attorneys, you can view public cases in all counties that are currently using electronic filing
Â•Electronic Filing 24/7 -- You arenÂ’t limited to filing on your cases when the clerkÂ’s office is open; you can file on and have access to your electronic cases 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Â•Electronic service Â– the system electronically serves most documents on other case parties, reducing the possibility of ex parte communication; no other service is required on registered case parties
Â•Sharing logins and passwords -- the rules give attorneys the ability to share their logins and passwords with office staff, so that they can submit documents on the attorneyÂ’s behalf.
Division I of Chapter 16 describes the effective date, scope, and authority for EDMS.
When a county goes live on EDMS, all NEW cases filed on or after that date will be electronic and subject to these rules.
The remainder of pending cases stay in paper except for those cases that are converted per a judgeÂ’s order.
Â•Most orders for conversion of cases will be issued for the convenience of the court. This might be so that all the cases on a judgeÂ’s calendar are electronic. Or so that there are more electronic cases for training purposes.
Â•Or the conversion order may result from a motion in instances where the parties agree they want their case to be electronic and the judge approves it.
In most counties, clerks and court administration have a strategy for what gets converted when the county begins electronic filing. Clerks can answer your questions about their policy on conversions as their county gets closer to their go live date.
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