CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham resident Peter Null and Daniel Haurey of Long Valley are just days away from streamlining the electronic filing process mandated by the New York state courts.
"As the principal owner of US Document Retrieval Service in NYC, we were sitting with the Managing Clerk (Sean Ruffin) from one of our law firm clients Quinn Emanuel in NYC in the Spring of 2017," Null said. "Sean was lamenting the troubles he was having with eFiling legal docs to the NY courts. He said: 'I have a million-dollar idea for you.' He suggested we build a product to make eFiling easier. So, we did.
“After months of research and testing with about 50-NYC law firms, eFileFAST will be born on October 15th” said Null one of the principals.
On October 15th, their e-filing companion software eFileFAST will start giving lawyers the power to transform their arduous 30-to-40 minute task…into a simple
3-minute series of clicks. New York’s 180,000 lawyers will now have the technical
efficiency that has been unheard of until now. The 100% cloud-based service
includes an unlimited 30-day free trial.
Created by Null’s U.S. Document Retrieval Service (USDRS) and the software
development experts at Daniel Haurey’s Exigent Technologies, New York-based
eFileFAST answers the call for help from New York law firms that have been seeking
to add efficiency to their e-filing process, while also mitigating some of its inherent
risks. Similar to popular income tax e-filing solutions, which work with government
e-filing systems, eFileFAST works as a companion to NYSCEF, the New York State
Courts e-file system.
eFileFAST completed a successful “preview” launch in early Summer at the
Microsoft Technology Center in NYC’s Times Square with over 100 attendees from
75 law firms. The response was so successful that almost 50 law firms joined the
FREE beta testing program within 10-days of the preview. Testing has been ongoing
throughout the summer.
To sign-up for the eFileFAST 30-day FREE trial offer, simply go to
www.eFileFAST.com, click the GET STARTED button, and provide your information.
It’s that simple.