As firms and companies are creating individual logins for each user, it would be great to see some functionality around managing those logins at an organizational level. Things like the following: 1. Allow users to associate their personal account with an entity account (allowing an administrator to manage relationships on their behalf). 2. Build account relationships in bulk between users and fee payment methods (one-to-many, ...more »
Add to Financial Manager the ability to associate deposit accounts with customer numbers. Then allow practitioners associated with a specific customer number authorize the Office to charge the deposit account associated with the customer number. Practitioners sign correspondence being filed with the Office but may rarely effect the submission of, and payment for, such filings. As a result, practitioners making an authorization ...more »
It would be helpful if PTO due dates for a customer number could be downloaded or subscribed to as a calendar. Due dates for missing parts, office actions, issue fees would automatically populate a calendar, and attorneys could use a calendar app like Outlook or iCal or gCal to keep track of their due dates.
I need to allow a paralegal to use my certificate to access Private PAIR and EFS. However, in order to maintain client confidentiality, I do not wish to allow the paralegal access to ALL of my customer numbers, but only to a certain subset. This is not possible since I only have one certificate, but could be solved if I was permitted to have more than one certificate, where each certificate could be associated with ...more »
It has caused problems at various times that the leading information on the EFS acknowledgement receipt is an "EFS ID" that often too closely resembles a serial number and does not seem to have any purpose to the receiver of the receipt. It would be nice if the application information itself were the leading information on the receipt, of if the EFS ID were something other than a string of 8 numbers like an application ...more »