ECFX Notice, a company that automates the processing of electronic court filing notices, has added support for courts in five additional states: state courts in Idaho, Nevada, Oregon and Wisconsin, and a specialty court in Illinois.

The company’s technology automatically downloads the documents in a court notice, distributes the notices and documents to the case team, and stores the documents in the appropriate matter or client workspace in a firm’s document management system.

The company said its coverage includes all federal courts and some 27 different state courts in locations across the country. Rather than cover only courts with large volumes of notices, the company said, it prioritizes courts based on the needs of its customers.

“The ECFX Notice platform was designed to quickly and easily add new court notice providers according to the needs of our clients,” said Dan O’Day, ECFX cofounder and CEO. “We add courts based on client demand and work closely with them to ensure 100% coverage for their incoming notices.”

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