|United States Bankruptcy Court
District of Minnesota
Register for electronic filing
ATTENTION BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS
|CM/ECF will be down for server maintenance on Saturday, May 18, 8am until 11am. Please plan accordingly.||5/16/2013|
|Notice of Position Vacancy: Law Clerk to U.S. Bankruptcy Judge (Full-time, Term position). Read the complete posting.||5/15/2013|
|Michael E. Ridgway appointed U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Minnesota . Read the full press release.||5/14/2013|
|Effective May 1, 2013, a Transfer of Claim filing fee ($25 per claim transferred) will be assessed. The Internet Payments Functionality in CM/ECF has been modified to allow for electronic collection of the new Claims Transfer Filing Fee. Limited user creditor filers in Minnesota will be able to pay the Transfer Filing Fee using Pay.Gov. Please click here for more information.||4/29/2013|
|Summer Attorney Training: See here for a list of all the training classes scheduled for this summer.||4/9/2013|
|Local Rule and Fee Changes Take Effect: See here for amendments and additions to the Local Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure which took effect April 1, 2013.||4/9/2013|
|New Local Rule 3012-1 effective April 1, 2013: New Local Rule 3012-1 will be effective April 1, 2013 and will govern in all proceedings in bankruptcy cases commenced on or after the April 1, 2013 effective date. Please click here for more information.||3/25/2013|
|Starting 5/1/2013, Judge Sanberg will require the use of electronic exhibits in all trials and evidentiary hearings scheduled before her. Please click here for more information.||3/20/2013|
|Beginning April 2013, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota will make digital audio files of court proceedings in Duluth available to the public over the Internet through the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system for a fee of $2.40 per audio file. The audio files of most court proceedings held before Chief Judge Gregory F. Kishel and Judge Robert J. Kressel, will be uploaded to the Case Management Electronic Case Files (CM/ECF) system. Please click here for more information.||3/19/2013|
CM/ECF Registration - Register for electronic filing
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