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Today 08:32 PM
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That's cause ur firm can only dream of having a SC LOL
We have scs but we don't do such things to juniors. We make mistakes left right centre n all are heros
Today 07:58 PM
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Is this an urban legend? Do u even liti? When u file a doc on elit it is served immediately on ur opponent. How can u file but not serve. Utter bullshit on this forum
ya sia, the bullshit spread by you.
Today 07:49 PM
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Regardless. Its just fake news. I can't believe any sc sacking a poor junior for such small thing. Everyday such stuff happens at my firm and all still alive like heros
That's cause ur firm can only dream of having a SC LOL
Today 06:38 PM
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just an observation: this is not correct. filing a document on eLitigation doesn't necessarily mean it will be served, much less immediately. The party filing the document has the option of serving, but will be charged $2 for each party it is served on.
Regardless. Its just fake news. I can't believe any sc sacking a poor junior for such small thing. Everyday such stuff happens at my firm and all still alive like heros
Today 06:37 PM
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Is this an urban legend? Do u even liti? When u file a doc on elit it is served immediately on ur opponent. How can u file but not serve. Utter bullshit on this forum
Methinks you are the one who doesn't liti. Bet you don't even know there's a "service upon acceptance of filing" option on e-liti. Lol.
Today 04:54 PM
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Do u even liti? When u file a doc on elit it is served immediately on ur opponent. How can u file but not serve. Utter bullshit on this forum
just an observation: this is not correct. filing a document on eLitigation doesn't necessarily mean it will be served, much less immediately. The party filing the document has the option of serving, but will be charged $2 for each party it is served on.
Today 04:11 PM
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Is this an urban legend? Do u even liti? When u file a doc on elit it is served immediately on ur opponent. How can u file but not serve. Utter bullshit on this forum
Salty millenials spreading tales of fantastic beasts
Today 03:43 PM
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Nothing complicated. Very straightforward story.

Associate involved in a trial. A document was filed on e-liti but not served. It was assoc's responsibility to ensure. Opponent obviously objected and/or claimed that it was not received. Document not admitted.

SC told the associate he/she need not return to the office.

Happened in a big 4 firm.
Is this an urban legend? Do u even liti? When u file a doc on elit it is served immediately on ur opponent. How can u file but not serve. Utter bullshit on this forum
Today 03:36 PM
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Even if gratuitous, a qualified lawyer has to send the documents correctly.
Bound by professional rules not a salary.
Yah lol, this one is negligence enough to breach PCR liao. Firing might even have been to appease the client and get him to not report to law soc
Today 12:57 PM
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For 3.5k NQ per month I will send the docs correctly! Plz give me job thx
Even if gratuitous, a qualified lawyer has to send the documents correctly.
Bound by professional rules not a salary.
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