October 30, 2009
CourtAlert rates will
remain the same while we will enhance our services and support. Per our
client’s request CourtAlert new invoices allow easier cost allocation to
clients, increase readability and support the growing number of services we
Separate cost allocation for each billing rate:
cost allocation report for all case watching in Supreme, Appellate
Divisions 1st and 2nd departments, SDNY and Civil.
cost allocation report for all CourtAlert for Pacer for US District and
Bankruptcy courts, nationwide.
cost allocation report for CourtAlert for Pacer for Second Circuit, since
different rates apply for this court.
cost allocation report for all other supported CourtAlert for Pacer for
Circuit courts, nationwide (11th district and Federal Circuit Court cases that started prior to 03/01/2012 are not
All cost allocation
reports are by client and matter with totals for each client matter.
Sales tax is allocated
on each line item on the cost allocation report but is listed separately in
the summary invoice, as required by NY State.
Cost allocation files in different
Each cost allocation
report will be provided in HTML display/print and as an Excel file. This
Excel file can be utilized to interface accounting software.
One invoice for all CourtAlert
The invoice will now be
emailed together with the cost allocation reports, at one time and in one
The invoice will cover
all of CourtAlert services:
Services – Supreme, AD1, AD2, SDNY
for Pacer – District, Bankruptcy, 2n Circuit, other Circuit courts
Development Alerts – Supreme, SDNY
Lis Pendis service
Case Management and ECF Interface support fees
services for different industries.
We hope to announce more
services in the future.Clients can have some of these services invoices separately; for example, CourtAlert for Pacer charges invoiced directly to the firm law library.
presentation of the invoices has also been enhanced.
We are Committed to Remain the
Izzy Schiller, President