Self-load evidence and production in a click or two.
*CaseMap's lack of an evidence repository makes managing real world document sets impractical.
Build chronology and organize facts.
See what’s key across dozens of documents at a glance.
Work on-line or off-line without restriction: take everything with you from one or more cases with one click.
Track follow-up questions and tasks so nothing falls through the cracks.
Easy reporting: exhibit and witness lists, privilege logs, depo summaries, ad-hoc grab 'n go reports and more.
*complex moded report builder
Visual timelines and chronologies.
Colour-coded fact and chronology views tell you at a glance where you stand.
Production and review.
Split-screen review pane.
Live issue outlines show everything related at a glance: documents, research, key extracts, facts, players and more.
*must reprint reports on each change
Import native, web, and Outlook email directly.
Near duplicate analysis and email threading cuts review time by 60% or more, saving countless hours reviewing documents and emails in bulk.
Case and document management organizes work product like affidavits, motions, and briefs, etc., too.
Run using MasterFile's cloud. On-premise or secure cloud access, it's your choice.
- Work offline or online. No server needed. Access case data from anywhere.
- Encryption at rest and in transmission.
- As granular permissions as needed for constraining access.
Compare MasterFile, CaseMap, Relativity and Concordance costs for your firm: users, active cases/year, case size, etc.
No extra fees or costs.
*Includes Timemap and DocManager. Min 2 year contract; 4% price increase in 2nd year.
LexisNexis suggest for a thousand plus documents, simply add Acrobat to CaseMap. We don’t think it’s that simple! You'll need to add a database program like Concordance or Relativity in your law office for that!