The mission of Service of Process Looking Forward is to provide private process servers with timely, relevant, thought provoking and actionable news, information and commentary about the issues and challenges that are facing the industry.
March 18, 2012 | by Jeff Karotkin
Whether you are running a process serving agency or you are a process server on the street, the changes that have occurred in recent years are very evident. The new tools and advances in technology that have benefited the …
September 19, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
Jeff Karotkin shares his experiences, thoughts, and concerns in the hopes that new and established process serving associations might benefit from them.
July 23, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
The use of a smartphone will likely make you a better, faster, more efficient process server who is accountable and trusted. And isn’t that what the customer is ultimately looking for?
June 28, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
An upstart credit card processing company's success shows how thinking too traditionally can leave some process servers following in the tracks of innovators.
May 17, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
In an effort to manage the intake and routing of records requests AT&T recently launched an online application that allows and encourages the delivery of Subpoenas for records electronically.
May 04, 2011 | by ServeNow.com Staff
The ServeNow Community is where respected, experienced process servers come to write about the state of the process serving industry and where it's heading in the future.
April 22, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
Some courts, such as the Utah State Court system, are helping process servers by giving them more information about acceptable means of alternative service.
April 15, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
One might argue that in Virginia the Sheriffs appear to be embracing change in a manner that private Process Servers are not. Does that make them smarter? You be the judge.
April 12, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
In an ever increasing litigation trend globally, the benefits of today's technologies is set to be implemented in yet another court system.
April 01, 2011 | by Jeff Karotkin
NYSPPSA was able to retain a law firm to file a restraining order in an effort to block or at least temporarily stop the implementation of the new regulations.