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"Deep Integration" with Select Federal and State Courts
"Deep Integration" with Select Federal and State Courts

What does "Deep Integration" mean, and what courts are deeply integrated?

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What is "Deep Integration"?

Unlike many of our competitors, DocketBird builds deep integrations with federal and state court systems. "Deep integration" means that DocketBird offers all of the following features to the fullest possible extent:

  • monitor cases for new activity, even if you are not attorney of record;

  • real-time notices of new activity (if you are an attorney of record and receive filing notices from the court);

  • download and refresh docket sheets;

  • download documents, name them according to your custom filename format, and email them as attachments;

  • OCR all documents and provide full-text search;

  • upload documents to your document management system, including iManage, NetDocs, Clio, Dropbox, Box, Litify, Filevine, or to your custom-built system;

  • search cases by case number, party name, and other criteria;

  • (select courts) create New Case Alerts to inform you when a new cases has been filed involving a party of interest.

What Courts are Deeply Integrated?

Currently, we offer deep integrations for the following courts:

We are in the process of deeply integrating several other state courts, particularly in Florida and Texas.

If you practice in a different court, we can build modules for basic integration.

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