When is a PDF/A not a PDF/A?
April 10, 2012
Trust, but verify was a phrase adopted by Reagan, who frequently used it when discussing U.S. relations with the Soviet Union. A similar mantra could be used when talking about PDF/A – trust, but validate.
Law firms will be required to file in PDF/A with the Courts (each court will set its own timeframe) through the CM/ECF system. It is therefore important they have the ability to validate PDF/A documents to ensure 100% compliance with the standard before filing. Failure to comply with Court requirements and standards may result in filings being rejected.
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- Why standards must be maintained
- PDF/A validation: Adobe Reader is not your friend
- PDF/A: valid one minute, invalid the next
- Why your PDF/A validator may be giving false positives
- The "ideal" PDF/A validator checklist
This whitepaper is sponsored by DocsCorp, a member of the PDF Association, formerly the PDF/A Competence Center. The PDF Association was established after the publication of the ISO 19005 (PDF/A) standard in 2005. It is a non-profit association of more than 110 organizations and individual experts from 20 different countries dedicated to promoting the exchange of information and experience in the area of long-term archiving of documents.