E-Filing Rules - page 9

E-Rules 9
E-Rule 9 - Retention Requirements
(a) Documents that are electronically filed and require an
original signature of a person other than the CM/ECF User
must be maintained in paper form by the CM/ECF User for a
period of one year after issuance of the Court's final mandate in
the case.
U.S. V
. A
. R. 37(c).
(b) On request of the Court, the CM/ECF User must provide
original documents for review.
E-Rule 2(d).
E-Rule 10 - Electronic Signatures
(a) Where a signature is required, the typed underlined name of
the CM/ECF User, under whose log-in and password the
document is submitted, must be preceded by an "/s/" and typed
in the space where the signature would otherwise appear.
E-Rule 1(a)(2).
(b) CM/ECF Users are responsible for protecting the security
and integrity of a CM/ECF User's log-in and password. No
person may knowingly permit or cause to permit a CM/ECF
User's log-in and password to be used by anyone other than an
authorized agent of the CM/ECF User.
E-Rule 3(e).
(c) Electronically represented signatures are considered valid
signatures. If any individual objects to the representation of his
or her signature on an electronic document, he or she must,
within 10 calendar days of its filing, file a notice setting forth
the basis of the objection.
E-Rule 11 - Notice and Entry of Court-Issued Documents
(a) Upon issuance of a notice, order, memorandum decision,
opinion, entry of judgment, or mandate in a case assigned to
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