Amended Texas Rule Allows Lawyers to Serve Court Documents by Email

January 27, 2014 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Lawyers who practice in Texas stand to save a lot of time and money starting this year. As of January 1, 2014, amendments to Texas rules TRCP 21a(a)(2) and TRAP 9.5(b) now permit service of court documents by email. The amended rules allow certain court documents, traditionally served by courier or certified first class postal mail, to be served by email. Examples of documents that can now be served electronically include discovery notices, dispute notices associated with disco [...]

Litigation Counsel Guide: How to Prove Service of Court Documents by Email – Update

December 07, 2012 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

This posting should serve as a reference guide for process servers or lawyers who need to prove service by email. (1) Serve by email (1a) Florida Rules of Judicial Administration now require service of court documents to opposing counsel by email and rely upon the sender to track and prove delivery of said emails, and any attachments, to the intended recipient. The Florida Bar now offers RPost Registered Email™ [...]

Litigation Counsel Guide: How to Prove Service of Court Documents by Email

July 11, 2012 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

This posting should serve as a reference guide for process servers or lawyers who need to prove service by email. (1) Request permission to serve by email Request permission from the judge to serve court documents sent by RPost Registered Email™ service. Report to the judge that you will use the RPost Registered Email™ service as this method will produce a Registered Receipt™ email record that could be filed in paper form as supporting eviden [...]