Federal Circuit Proposes Requiring Digital Briefs

Posted by Stephen M. Nipper at February 2, 2007 04:40 PM

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit proposes to amend its rules by adopting Federal Circuit Rules 28(a)(15) and (16), Rule 28(j), Rule 30(k), and Rules 31(b), (e), and (f); and by deleting Federal Circuit Rule 32(e). These rule changes would require the filing of a digital version of every brief and appendix filed by a party represented by counsel, unless counsel certifies that submission of a brief or appendix in digital format is not practical or would constitute hardship…

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