Your Tweet, Your Honor
Whoever accused courts of being behind the times in embracing technology has not read the public notice issued by the Central District of California Bankruptcy Court.
"The Court has created a Twitter account to provide real-time information which can be read on a computer or mobile device with internet access," reads the notice. "The Court will use its Twitter account to post Twitter messages (tweets) on topics such as Public Notices, General Orders, Opinions, estate sales, statistics, Court closures, availability of Court publications, and other announcements of interest."
To follow the Court on Twitter, click here. You could be among the first to retweet news from a U.S. Bankruptcy Court.