Press Release (ePRNews.com) - AUSTIN, Texas - Nov 16, 2017 - Liquid Litigation Management‘s new release continues to give end-users self-service capability throughout Liquid Lit Manager, with self-upload documents now expanded to case documents. These include documents from the courts or work product, like pleadings, deposition transcripts, exhibits, expert reports, testimony, trial exhibits and more. Clients can easily make use of existing powerful features like Witness Pages, BinderBuilder™, Outlines and Timelines by simply dragging and dropping documents to self-upload.
Along with the self-upload functionality, the new feature also allows users to objectively code the documents that they are uploading. Users can add any related metadata, assign parent/child document relationships and designate where the documents should reside in the product. These options can be applied in bulk across multiple documents, for time-savings. Additionally, the new feature includes a reporting capability across all uploads, including the status of an upload, which files were included in the upload and more.
“We have heard from clients how useful self-service features in the product are on the discovery and production areas of the product,” said Cas Campaigne, Chief Executive Officer and President of LLM. “We wanted to extend the ease of self-service to another popular area of our product, case management. Case document upload puts power into end-users’ hands by allowing them to quickly upload and objectively code new documents so they can continue their work without delay, thereby increasing overall efficiency.”
Case document warhp upload is available to clients in the platform today. For more information, please contact LLM, Inc. at email@example.com or 1-877-820-8308.
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