For example, Alameda County Superior Court Local Rule 3.30(c) provides as well as its "Technical E-Filing Requirements" instructs in point 12. "Printed Courtesy Copies" that
"an identical[, printed] courtesy copy of any paper filed, lodged, or otherwise submitted in support of, in opposition to, or in connection with any motion or application must be delivered to the courtroom clerk assigned to the Department in which the motion or application will be heard[; f]or regular motions, such delivery must be made by noon the court day after the paper is filed, lodged or otherwise submitted".
Do these regulations include the original complaint e-filed, too? In other words, does Bob have to file a physical copy with the courtroom clerk?