By Penny Shrum, Clerk of Court, Nashville “A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.” --Marcus Tullius Cicero As Thanksgiving approaches, giving thanks is on my mind. My extended family will be gathering at my sister’s new house in Nolensville. I hope you’ll be able to … Continue reading A Thankful Heart
TNComp Needs a Vacation
By Penny Shrum, Clerk of Court, Nashville Perhaps you’ve seen the note below the last time you tried to upload a document. It’s been one year since the Court’s electronic filing system went live. All programs need a little maintenance now and then to keep up with technology. So, soon we'll be giving TNComp a … Continue reading TNComp Needs a Vacation
Five Things in Five Minutes
By Penny Shrum, Court Clerk, Nashville As the holidays approach, I am feeling crunched for time! This made me think of what could be done in five minutes to make my life easier. While a nap would make me happier, it certainly would not be productive. I have done three of the five items listed … Continue reading Five Things in Five Minutes
Let’s be TNComp buddies!
By Penny Shrum, Clerk of Court, Nashville It’s been over six months since the Court’s electronic filing system, TNComp, went live. The Court has received 744 requests to access cases in TNComp since February. But only 35 cases have had attachments uploaded by parties through TNComp in that same time period. TNComp has lots of … Continue reading Let’s be TNComp buddies!
Achieving TNComp Validation
By Penny Shrum, Clerk of Court, Nashville It's been two months since the Court’s electronic filing system, called TNComp, went live! This previous post describes the TNComp system, which allows parties to view and upload filings on a particular case. The Court has received 224 requests to access cases in the TNComp system since February. Only … Continue reading Achieving TNComp Validation
TNComp Goes Live!
The Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) now uses an innovative new system that allows attorneys and self-represented litigants to file documents without printing copies or traveling to BWC offices across the state. The new TNComp electronic filing system allows all parties to file contested case pleadings in a more efficient and cost-effective manner. Since BWC … Continue reading TNComp Goes Live!