The information contained in the table below is provided FOR REFERENCE ONLY. For the purposes of an Electronic Document, the term "document" applies only to:
|Applications for Extension of Time||8.50, 8.212||2DCA-02 (Non-Brief)|
|Certificate of Interested Entities or Persons||8.208||APP-008|
|Change of Address||8.32 (b)|
|Civil Case Information Statement||8.100(g)||APP-004-2DCA|
|Motions||8.54, 8.57, 8.155, 8.340, 8.410|
|Notice of Settlement||8.244 (a)||2DCA-14|
|Request for Dismissal||8.244 (c)||APP-007|
|Response to Calendar Notice|
|Substitution/Association of Attorney||CCP § 285, CRC 3.1362||2DCA-11|
|Stipulation for Extension of Time||2DCA-01|
Not included are writ petitions, appendices, exhibits, or other documents.
Electronic submission is the submission of an electronic copy of a document to the reviewing court, and does not constitute the filing of the original pursuant to Cal. Rules of Court, Rule 8.212(a).NOTE: In lieu of an original and four paper copies, a party submitting an electronic copy of a brief or Writ is required to file an original and three paper copies.
|The term "brief" includes:||The term "Writ or Opposition" includes|
Service Copy of Civil Brief on the Supreme Court: A party submitting an electronic copy of the brief will satisfy the requirement for service on the Supreme Court under Rule 8.212(c)(2).
Service Copy of a Petition for Review: Submission of an electronic copy of a Petition for Review, will satisfy the requirement of service of a paper copy to the Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District.
INVITATION TO FILE E-BRIEFS (Hyperlinked brief) IN THE SECOND DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
An e-brief is a single Disc (CD or DVD) containing linked and searchable copies of:
Counsel who believes that an e-brief is appropriate for an appeal should confer as early as possible with opposing counsel and should cooperate in preparing it. If, however, opposing counsel does not wish to participate, any party may file an e-brief, provided it contains all of the materials listed above, hyperlinked. As a courtesy to the Court, non-participating parties shall provide electronic copies of their briefs to the party preparing the e-brief. E-briefs should be filed as early as possible, and in any event, no later than 15 days after the last paper brief is filed.
Counsel must submit a written notice to the Clerk's Office of their intention to file an e-brief. The Court will work with counsel to minimize delay and maximize the effectiveness of the filing.
To assist counsel, a list of service providers that prepare e-briefs appears at the end of this announcement.
The Court particularly encourages counsel to cooperate in filing an e-brief and to agree to share the cost. Counsel should not assume that the cost of preparation will be recoverable.
No copies of the e-brief are to be served on the Supreme Court.
E-Brief Service Providers
The following commercial vendors prepare e-briefs, and they can provide samples and cost estimates. It is also possible to prepare e-briefs in-house using any commercially available software.
This list should not be construed as an endorsement by the Court.