Attorneys who currently file electronically in the federal courts District:
•Form 5005-1(C)(1) Electronic Case Filing System Registration
If you are an attorney and you currently file electronically in the federal courts, complete a (Form 5005-1(C)(1)) Electronic Case Filing System Registration and email it to the court. Upon receipt of your Registration Form we will notify you by e-mail of any additional training filing you may need to complete. Once any training document filing requirement have been met, you will receive a login and password to the live CM/ECF system. All attorneys who wish to practice in this court are required to review the Local Rules and CM/ECF Administrative Guide of Policies and Procedures, our Local Rules, and be admitted to the Eastern District of Oklahoma before submitting the Registration Form.
Attorneys who are not electronic filers in any federal court:
• Attorneys Trained And Certified In Other Districts
If you are an attorney who has never been trained to file electronically in a federal court, you must be trained on the CM/ECF System before receiving your login and password. Training may be received in person in another court or this court or by completing the required local Computer Based Training (CBT) modules in another court. All attorneys who wish to practice in this court are required to review the Local Rules and CM/ECF Administrative Guide of Policies and Procedures, and be admitted to the Eastern District of Oklahoma before Submitting the Registration Form.
• Filing Agent Form
Attorneys who employ a paralegal or legal assistant to assist in filing documents in CM/ECF may register him or her as a “Filing Agent”. This type of user account enables an agent to file on behalf of the attorney with a distinct login and password with the attorney name showing in the docket text. The option to associate multiple filing agents is available for attorney, trustee and US Trustee user groups. To add a Filing Agent to your account, the Filing Agent must complete the Filing Agent Form and be certified to file electronically by the court by completing the same Training in person or Computer Based Training Modules in another court required for attorneys.
If you are an attorney or a creditor and you wish to file electronic Proof of Claims you no longer need a login and password to file. You may file an electronic Proof of Claim without preparing a B10 Official Form PDF saving and attaching the file. You will need to continue to save and attach any supporting documents to the claim. You will find electronic Proof of Claims under the For Creditors tab on our Internet website. The following documents will still require a login and password: Rule 3002.1 Claim Supplement Forms, Reaffirmations, and Withdrawal of Claims and Transfers of Claim which require a fee (See the Fee Schedule for the appropriate fee amount). If you file these documents you will need to complete the (Form 5005-1(C)(1)) Electronic Case Filing System Registration.