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Denver-based LawToolBox.com Inc. has added new customization capabilities to its eponymous software-as-a-service offering. LawToolBox.com calculates and tracks deadlines for court cases based on civil procedure rules and automatically synchronizes those deadlines to Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, and Lexis/Nexis Time Matters, among others.
LawToolBox.com now lets you create deadline calendars for related events and practices unique to a specific case. For example, if you are working on an Insurance case, you can set deadlines for status updates with the insurance adjuster and integrate those dates with those specific to the court calendar.
Moreover, you can create rule-based templates for unique situations. For example, if you regularly litigate cases with a local judge who expects you to file a trial date within, say 60 days of an order, you can draft a template and reuse it whenever you work with that judge, says LawToolBox.com CEO Jack Grow.
In addition, you can customize the ways you receive reminders to fit your preferences, as well as choose whether to receive those reminders as emails, calendar reminders, or to-do tasks. You can also choose to delete rule-based deadlines that you don't need.
LawToolBox.com customers include Faegre Baker Daniels, Fennemore Craig, and the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Price: Charge is per case with volume discounting, e.g., a typical rate for a matter of state civil litigation ranges between $69-$99 (the more cases, lower rate per case) for lifetime of case.
Robyn Weisman is a freelance writer based in California. Email: email@example.com.