PACER records to be restored, says U.S. federal courts spokesperson

The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts has told the Washington Post that the office will restore the records deleted from PACER earlier this summer, according to an article by Andrea Peterson.

Here is an excerpt from the article:

[…] “The Administrative Office is working to restore electronic access to these cases by converting the docket sheets in these cases to PDF format which will allow us to make them available in PACER,” said David Sellers, assistant director for public affairs at the AO, in a statement to the Washington Post. “This process will be completed in the four appellate courts by the end of October. We are also working to provide a similar solution for the dockets on the legacy system in the California Central bankruptcy court.” […]

For more details, please see the complete article.

Click here for information about the deletion of the records.

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HT @sglassmeyer

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