All new and open cases and their related adversary proceedings shall be assigned to the Electronic Case Filing System.
2. Creditors not represented by an attorney, may file electronically. Creditors mustobtain a System password. Registration for a password is governed by Section II.B.
2. Obtain, complete, and submit the registration form entitled “Application for Use of Electronic Case Filing System. ” A separate form for must be submitted for each attorney/trustee/creditor (“participant”) filer.
b.Registration forms should be submitted to the United States Bankruptcy Court at the address referenced on the form.
4. In the event a participant believes that the security of an existing password may have been compromised, the participant should change the existing password through the Utilities menu. If a participant forgets the password, the participant should contact the Automation Department of the Clerk’s Office. A generic password will be assigned. For security purposes, the participant should immediately change the generic password.
5 .If any of the information on the registration form changes, e.g., mailing address, e-mail address, etc., any registered user must provide the new information by letter to the United States Bankruptcy Court, ATTN: CM/ECF Analyst, United States Court House, 300 Fannin Street, Suite 2201, Shreveport, LA 71101. Failure to maintain accurate contact information with the United States Bankruptcy Clerk’s Office may result in loss of access to the Electronic Filing System.
2. Payments made through the Pay.gov System can be processed upon the successful submission of a document requiring a filing fee (please refer to the Electronic Case Filing On-Line Credit Card Payment Guide available on the Court’s website,www.lawb.uscourts.gov, under the “CM/ECF” link).