Beginning today with the Tampa and Fort Myers Division, the Court is transitioning to E-Orders in CM/ECF. Implementation dates for Jacksonville and Orlando are as follows: Jacksonville cases - Monday, May 11, 2015 Orlando cases - Monday, May 18, 2015 Existing E-Orders portals on the Court's website will be unavailable upon the implementation of CM/ECF E-Orders in each division. The court has prepared an electronic learning module for our CM/ECF users which may be viewed using the following link: Learning Module
Any CM/ECF user who has designated filing agents, will need to make adjustments within CM/ECF to provide their filing agent with access to submit orders on your behalf. To assist with this process, please follow the steps outlined in the attached document. CMECF eOrders Process for External Users
Finally, an updated Style Guide providing revised order formatting for CM/ECF E-Orders is now posted on the Court's website and may be viewed by clicking Here
The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit seeks applications from highly qualified candidates for a fourteen-year appointment as United States Bankruptcy Judge for the District of South Dakota. The position will have its duty station in Orlando, Florida, for the first five years of the term and thereafter as determined by the Eighth and Eleventh Circuits under the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the Bankruptcy Judge Vacancy Pilot Program.
For further details see the Public Notice of Appointment of U.S. Bankruptcy Judge
, the Application for United States Bankruptcy Judgeship
and the Memorandum of Understanding regarding the Bankruptcy Judge Vacancy Pilot Program