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On Friday, May 7, CM/ECF will be upgraded from version 5.3.3 to version 5.3.4 beginning at 5:00 PM EDT to 12:00 AM EDT. Access to CM/ECF will be intermittent at best during the upgrade period. Please do not use CM/ECF during this period to avoid access problems and potential loss of work.
Changes to the following Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure will be effective on December 1, 2020: 2002; 2004; 8012; 8013; 8015; and 8021. In addition, a number of bankruptcy filing and service fees will be increasing due to inflation. For more information, please see the Court’s website.
Effective June 29, 2020, the Bankruptcy Clerk's Office will be open Monday through Friday, 10am – 2pm Eastern Time. Please visit the Court’s website for the statement from Chief Judge Alan C. Stout.