Briefly: PACER Comes to Minnesota

By Eric Magnuson

April 20, 2021

For those of us who practice in both state and federal court, the access to state court records has been a source of frustration ranging between mild and extreme. Although electronic filing has made things easier in the trial court, for many state District Courts, remotely locating documents on the court system has been virtually impossible. In some cases, at best, you would get a list of pleadings with largely indecipherable headings and names, and you were unable to actually retrieve the documents remotely.

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Eric J. Magnuson


Chair, Appellate Practice
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