Less than two years ago we reviewed, with enthusiasm, the first version of CaseMap, a program that permitted the user to enter information about the facts, objects (such as people and documents) and other things potentially relevant to a lawsuit and organize the information to analyze the case better. The second version of the product increased the size of notes that could be entered, let the user link CaseMap records to external text and graphic files, added a “Source” field that permitted showing multiple sources for a particular fact, a “Linked Issues” field that shows issues linked to each fact item and other “ease of use” features.

This week we look at CaseMap’s latest iteration, which has added a lot more ease of use and some new features that are clearly worth the upgrade.

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