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Golub v. Berdon LLP

United States District Court, S.D. New York

January 8, 2020

DR. J. DAVID GOLUB, Plaintiff,
v.
BERDON LLP, Defendant.

          ORDER

          JOHN G. KOELTL, District Judge.

         The Court has received the plaintiff s motion to authorize e-filing through PACER. The Court is attaching two forms to this order that may help the plaintiff. The plaintiff may choose to fill out one, both, or neither of these forms as he wishes. The plaintiff may consent to receive documents electronically by filling out the attached form titled "Pro Se (Nonprisoner) Consent & Registration Form to Receive Documents Electronically" and mailing it to the Court's Pro Se Office. Separately, the plaintiff may move for permission to e-file in this case by filling out the attached form titled "Motion For Permission For Electronic Case Filing" and mailing it to the Court's Pro Se Office.

         SO ORDERED.

         Pro Se (Nonprisoner) Consent & Registration Form to Receive Documents Electronically

         Parties who are not represented by an attorney and are not currently incarcerated may choose to receive documents in their cases electronically [by e-mail] instead of by regular mail. Receiving documents by regular mail is still an option, but if you would rather receive them only electronically you must do the following:

1. Sign up for a PACER login and password by contacting PACER[1] at www.pacer.uscourts.gov or 1-800-676-6856;
2. Complete and sign this form.

         If you consent to receive documents electronically, you will receive a Notice of Electronic Filing by e-mail each time a document is filed in your case. After receiving the notice, you are permitted one "free look" at the document by clicking on the hyperlinked document number in the e-mail. Once you click the hyperlink and access the document, you may not be able to access the document for free again. After 15 days, the hyperlink will no longer provide free access. Any time that the hyperlink is accessed after the first "free look" or the 15 days, you will be asked for a PACER login and may be charged to view the document. For this reason, you should print or save the document during the "free look" to avoid future charges.

         IMPORTANT NOTICE

         Under Rule 5 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Local Civil Rule 5.2, and the Court's Electronic Case Filing Rules & Instructions, documents may be served by electronic means. If you register for electronic service:

1. You will no longer receive documents in the mail;
2. If you do not view and download your documents during your "free look" and within 15 days of when the court sends the e-mail notice, you will be charged for looking at the documents;
3. This service does not allow you to electronically file your documents;
4. It will be your duty to regularly review the docket sheet ...

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