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Synonyms for docket

Synonyms for docket

an organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events

Synonyms for docket

(law) the calendar of a court

a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to

place on the docket for legal action

make a summary or abstract of a legal document and inscribe it in a list

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The NDA Annual Conference offers attendees the opportunity to share ideas with other docketing professionals and learn new ones, influence vendors on product development, and establish connections that will provide a valuable resource to enable problem solving and insight from people who understand the exact issues they face each day," said Chris Gierymski, the National Docketing Association president.
The NDA Annual Conference is a unique opportunity for docketing experts to gather in one location and experience the value of a tech show atmosphere with sessions and exhibits directly related to their profession," stated Alex Manners, Director of CompuLaw for ADERANT .
However, per the court's Administrative Order 10-1 issued March 24, Docketing Statements are to be filed electronically as of case number 1D10-1600, and unlike briefs and petitions, do not need to also have a paper copy filed.
Pro se litigants are encouraged to take part in electronic filing, but only attorneys will be required to electronically file their Docketing Statements in case number 1D10-1600 and higher.
3(e) (providing for filing of a docketing statement and showing its standard form).
Our capabilities, in concert with our multi-faceted state-of-the-art docketing system, offer the combined advantages of near real-time monitoring of our clients' own portfolios while keeping tabs on their competitors' patent activities," continued Mr.
Docketing -- the process of calendaring important legal deadlines -- is a critical task when managing patent and trademark portfolios.
Traditional docketing was a paper-intensive process that relied on expensive manual data entry," states Leon Steinberg, CEO of FoundationIP.
Within minutes we identified two patents that were not in the firm's docketing system.
Based on feedback from our clients, we are moving aggressively towards integrating PAIR even more deeply with FoundationIP docketing functions.
According to LexisNexis, a leading provider of information and services solutions, File & Serve will provide the West Virginia Supreme Court with electronic filing of appeals, automated docketing and real-time online access to filed documents.
today announced that Lindquist & Vennum, a Minneapolis based firm with more than 220 timekeepers, has licensed its Practice Management Docketing and Exchange Server Integration software.
ALM), the nation's leading legal journalism and information company and publisher of the New York Law Journal(R), has acquired the MA3000(R) electronic docketing and diary service from RealLegal, LLC.
He was a senior member of the electronic case filing training staff, which offered classes to bankruptcy attorneys, members of judges' staff, paralegals, and others on electronic docketing, and assisted in the formulation of the Court's quality control guidelines.
Including CompuLaw's docketing program in its software ensemble has helped Cades to meet its information technology automation goals by providing both legal and non-legal staff with a dependable calendaring and docketing tool," said Gelene Welch of Cades, Schutte, Fleming & Wright.