- A program that allows
attorneys and trustees to directly upload proposed orders into the
- e-Orders will replace the current process of submitting
proposed orders by email.
When will e-Orders go in
are the benefits?
- Attorneys and trustees can check the status of proposed orders
uploaded to ECF.
- Attorneys and trustees can replace a proposed order with a
- Attorneys and trustees are already accustomed to filing
documents in ECF. ECF filers will use the "Order Upload" event,
much like filing other documents in a case.
- Because proposed orders are uploaded directly to ECF, the filer
will not be required to name the PDF document.
changes will I need to make?
- New formatting requirements for proposed orders:
- 1st page - 3 inch top margin; subsequent pages 1
inch top margin.
- Do not include the text "So Ordered" or a
- Include an ending notation ##END OF ORDER##
below the last paragraph of the order.
- New method for submission of proposed orders.
- Proposed orders will be uploaded to the ECF system consistent
with other filings. Filers will no longer submit proposed orders