What happens if I change firms/email address and do not update the information on the CM/ECF system right away?
Your e-mail notifications will bounce back to the court as non-deliverable as soon as the firm removes/deletes your email account . The Clerk’s Office staff follow-up on bounced e-mails from users primary e-mail address by contacting the attorney at the address listed in CM/ECF. If Court staff reach the attorney or the attorney’s assistant, they will work with the attorney to get the information updated on the CM/ECF system or help determine what the problem is so the attorney can properly receive the Notices of Electronic Fililng. If the attorney is no longer at the address on record in CM/ECF, the e-mail address including all secondary addresses will be deleted and the attorney will receive documents via U.S. Mail until the update is made. If it is determined that it is a secondary e-mail address on the ECF Users account, the e-mail address will be deleted. The Court does not follow-up on any secondary e-mail addresses. Attorney’s, or their authorized staff, may login to CM/ECF and m