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§ 2-220. Registration.

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   (A) Only attorneys licensed to practice law in Nebraska, court reporting personnel, and Nebraska probation officers may register to use the trial and appellate E-Filing Systems.

   (1) Registration for appellate E-Filing is through Nebraska.gov. Registration allows the user access to appellate E-Filing, trial E-Filing, appellate E-Service, and trial E-Service.

   (2) Registration for appellate E-Notice is through the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

   (3) E-mail Addresses.

   (a) Registered e-mail addresses cannot exceed 40 characters.

   (b) Court reporting personnel and Nebraska probation officers shall register using their assigned Nebraska.gov e-mail address.

   (B) Pro Hac Vice.

   (1) Attorneys admitted Pro Hac Vice in a particular case pursuant to Neb. Ct. R. § 3-106 may utilize appellate E-Filing under these rules through Nebraska counsel with whom the attorney is associated.

   (2) Attorneys admitted Pro Hac Vice in a particular appellate case pursuant to Neb. Ct. R. § 3-106 may register for appellate E-Notice with the Clerk of the Nebraska Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

   (C) Each registered user is responsible for maintaining valid contact information. When a user's contact information changes, the user shall promptly update his or her profile in Nebraska.gov and provide an updated appellate E-Notice Registration form to the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. If an appellate E-Filing user has a pending case before the appellate courts, the user shall promptly notify all parties of such information change. Trial and appellate E-Service and appellate E-Notice upon an obsolete e-mail address shall constitute valid service where the user has not updated the account profile with the new e-mail address. Mere usage of a new or different e-mail address in a document filed using appellate E-Filing does not satisfy the requirements of this subsection for an update to the user’s profile in Nebraska.gov and an updated appellate E-Notice Registration form to the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. 

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