CaseFleet is case management software designed for litigators. In addition to deadline management, trust accounting, an integrated CRM, and other practice management features, CaseFleet comes with Timelines, a powerful tool that helps litigators organize their cases and prepare for trial.
In using case management software, litigators face some very specific and challenging problems. The sheer amount of material they accumulate during the course of case preparation can be overwhelming. However, litigators can get a handle on all of that data by using the Timelines feature in CaseFleet.
Of necessity, litigators always build timelines for their cases. However, those timelines are usually sketched out on a legal pad or stored in a word processor. This method does not work when cases are complex. Attorneys need to be able to create a chronology that incorporates multiple issues, people, and events. On many occasions, they need to be able to attach documents as well. This is impossible to do manually.
CaseFleet Timelines helps litigators build powerful fact chronologies. You begin by adding issues, which are broad categories that cover the key claims of a case. From there, you can link contacts, facts, and sources of evidence. As you accumulate more information, you can input it into Timelines in any order and it will provide an organizational scheme for your material.
Perhaps the most powerful feature of Timelines is the ability to filter. CaseFleet has built-in filters that allow you to zero in on key dates, issues, and people. By limiting the information you are viewing, Timelines helps you review a subset of your facts rather than constantly trying to juggle hundreds of pieces of evidence. With this, attorneys can begin to make key connections between seemingly unrelated facts.
How to Get It
CaseFleet costs $39 per user per month. The price drops to $34 per user per month if you pay for a year in advance. CaseFleet also has a 30-day full-featured free trial that does not require a credit card.