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When we sat down to design our docket tracking engine we knew that a one-size-fits-all approach wouldn't cut it. Some users needed up-to-the-minute alerts while others needed to keep an eye on relatively dormant cases. Moreover, checking a PACER docket incurs a charge (typically $.10 - $1.00) per request. So we gave users maximum control over when, and how often, these checks are made.

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We talk to a lot of law firms. A common scenario is a single individual is responsible for tracking several PACER dockets, and sending updates to an entire team or department. Of course, this is truly tedious work. PACER doesn't support automated automated updates for non-parties, nor any way to bookmark dockets for frequent retrieval. PacerDash is makes it dead simple to handle this workflow. Here's how it works:

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If you want to import a docket into PacerDash, but do not know the case index number, we recommend that you first query the PCL to obtain that index number. It's an extra step, but not a time consuming one.