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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court and U.S. District Court require separate CM/ECF logins, a CM/ECF login and password for the U.S. District Court will not work with the Bankruptcy Court. Please go to the following link for training options: ECF Training Options
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IMPORTANT REMINDER ON INITIAL CASE DEFICIENCIES:

Commencing 7/15/2013, we will no longer send out formal deficiency notices in cases filed as deficient under 11 U.S.C. § 521(a) or LBR. 1017-3(a). Remember that it is your responsibility to look at what your software system actually filed in ECF to confirm that all required documents really were filed; do not rely upon the software's representation of what was filed without double checking. Here are some of the bullet points Judge Tallman recently shared with attorneys on this upcoming change:

FEE PAYMENT AND PAYMENTS IN INSTALLMENTS-COMMON MISSTEPS

Staff Reductions and Court's Hours of Operation:

Announcement:

Effective May 1, 2013, the bankruptcy courts will begin charging a new fee of $25 for each claim transferred. This fee was approved by the Judicial Conference of the United States at its September 2012 session. Please click here for more information.

Information About Electronic Case Filing
Note: Some documents listed below are in Adobe PDF format

Please click here for archived documents.

E-Filer Updates

Please click here for archived Quarterly Updates.

New Claims Transfer Fee To Take Effect May 1, 2013


NEW EFFORTS TO PROTECT PRIVATE INFORMATION WHEN FILING ELECTRONICALLY. When attorneys login to ECF to file a document electronically, there is a reminder of the attorney's redaction responsibility and filers are required to affirm that they read the notice and understand that they must comply with the redaction rules if they file. There is a final reminder screen when they finalize the submission of the filed document.

EFFECTIVE JULY 12, 2010, THE BANKRUPTCY NOTICING CENTER WILL NOT MAIL NOTICES TO A CREDITOR IF ADDRESS IS INVALID. Click here for details.

A new centralized return mail program has been implemented for processing the returned mail that had been sent back to the bankruptcy court for handling prior to this new system. Click here to learn more and how to process those returned mail changes of address.


The U.S. Bankruptcy Courts encourage the bankruptcy community to utilize Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN). EBN is a free service that allows court notices to be transmitted electronically, delivering them faster and more conveniently. Some of the advantages to electronic noticing are:

Court notices are sent the same day they are produced by the court.
  • You can access your court notices 24/7.
  • Court notices that would be mailed to multiple locations can be routed to a centralized electronic address.
  • Storing court notices to your computer means you never lose a paper copy.
  • Court notices can easily be forwarded around the office or to your attorney.
For more information and to register for this service, please go to http://ebn.uscourts.gov. You may also contact EBN Customer Service at 1-877- 837-3424 or ebn@baesystems.com. Note: If you are an attorney who already receives your notices via CM/ECF Notice of Electronic Filing, then you do not need to register for this service.

For more information on ECF or the two types of training programs available, please contact the ECF Help Desk at (720) 904-7450 or via email at cobml_training@cob.uscourts.gov
For PACER information, please contact the PACER Servicing Center at 800-676-6856.

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