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Although I own the CaseMap litigation software, I haven't been using it very much lately. I'm not sure why, but it isn't because CaseMap is difficult to figure out--it's not.
In any case, Al Nye's review of CaseMap 5 on his weblog, Al Nye The Lawyer Guy, has served as a reminder that I should give CaseMap another try. Perhaps I'll do a review of my own someday.
March 16, 2005 in Courtroom Tech | Permalink
I found Case Map very helpful in a trademark case where priority of use had to be mapped out in terms of the chronology, product introductions, line expansions and geographical scope.
That is, I found it helpful when a _paralegal_ used Case Map and gave me the printout.
Ronald D. Coleman |
April 12, 2005 at 09:52 AM
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