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June 19, 2008

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The other challenge of introducing technology like CaseMap to litigators and others doing document review is that the technology itself does not always follow the normal flow of work. Indeed, the biggest limitation of Casemap is that it requires the user to recognize linkages, and it requires the user to enter information in a prescribed way--otherwise the linkage fails. A new alternative to Casemap is Chronobuilder (see www.chronobuilder). The program was designed by two big firm attorneys with thousands of hours of document review experience--it has more powerful linkage and analytics than Casemap, allows the attorney to review documents and evidence in any order they want, and does the linkage for you without training, right clicking, etc.

And, for solos and small firms, Chronobuilder is available right now for a one time license fee. Check it out.

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