Minnesota Lawyer - Feb 22, 2012
Process servers began many moons ago as a way to ensure that parties sued or accused received communication of the case and of their rights to due process. Here in the 21st century, technologies are quickly adding and adapting to new ways to communicate. Courts are adapting to this new environment too. Many courts use electronic filing, and parties use email or programs like Lexis File & Serve to send one other pleadings.
And now service of process through the Internet.
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The Internet is Your Process Server Now