A few people have called us in confusion today, because the subject line for notification that a submitted filing was received has changed (again).
These emails now have a subject line beginning "Notice of electronic filing...", and in the upper right corner of the email, the big bold title says "Notice of Electronic Filing" as well.
Don't worry, it's the same thing as the emails that used to say "Filing Submitted".
This is the second time the subject line of these emails has changed, but we really like this change, because now the subject line matches up perfectly with the terminology used in trial rule 86(E), which says you should retain "each Notice of Electronic Filing".
We're sorry we didn't give you warning about this! The folks at the State forgot to tell us it was about to happen, so we were surprised as well. 😉
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