May 5, 2013
From the FAQ:
Certificate of Service
A certificate of service is required when a party electronically files a document. The certificate must state the manner in which service or notice was accomplished on each party and may be signed as "s/name" by a paralegal, secretary or other authorized assistant who
made the service. A digital signature is also allowed.
Any document that is not filed electronically (i.e., sealed) must be served as a paper copy.
A party who is not a registered participant of ECF is entitled to service of a paper copy of any electronically filed document. The filing party must serve the non-registered party with the document according to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
A non-registered filing party who files document(s) with the Clerk's Office for scanning and entry to ECF must serve paper copies on all non-registered parties to the case. There will be some delay in the scanning, electronic filing and subsequent electronic noticing to
registered users. If time is an issue, non-registered filers should consider paper service of the document(s) to all parties.
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