CaseMap Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives

CaseMap

Legal management platform for handling cases

4.22/5 (18 reviews)

CaseMap overview

What is CaseMap?

CaseMap is a legal case management platform that provides businesses with tools to track case progress and streamline litigation processes. Using the centralized dashboard, professionals can access case documents and share confidential information with team members, clients, judges, and juries. Managers can utilize the search functionality to locate and retrieve specific case facts or files from the database.

CaseMap allows firms to organize witness lists, case chronology, document indices, privilege logs, deposition summaries, and case issues using spreadsheets. Attorneys can view case records with details such as date, time, fact text, source, available materials, case status, and linked issues. With the facts card module, users can arrange available arguments, evidences, and facts across cases.

Businesses can add annotations or notes to documents, generate case reports, and export them in CSV format for future reference. CaseMap enables attorneys to create new cases and distribute reporting tasks among team members.
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English
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CaseMap reviews

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Sarah Sheluchin

Another great product from LexisNexis

Used daily for free trial
Reviewed 2019-06-11
Review Source: Capterra

Pros
Being able to add in essentially every detail in a matter is a great asset to the organisation of a file. Limits the risk of information being lost or forgotten. A great organisational and brainstorming tool.

Cons
A web-based access would be preferable to allow access to all persons acting.

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Likelihood to recommend: 9/10

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Carole Craddock

A nice tool for law offices

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2020-01-22
Review Source: Capterra

I've worked with many types of databases in the past, and this is one of the best. In addition, the CaseMap suite includes other software that is very helpful and interacts with CaseMap, such as TextMap. You can import depositions into this, link exhibits, etc., a very useful part of the Suite.

Pros
This is a great database program, designed specifically for law offices. I use it regularly whether we have a big case we are working on, or just to PDF emails in bulk, it works great! It also makes Bates numbering very easy, and enables easy searches when you import. You can set different criteria, sort by multiple terms, designate key documents, among other nice options. With the plug-ins, you can easily import files directly from the document itself, or you can bulk import multiple documents at once.

Cons
There is a bit of coding you need to do with your imported documents (some things are coded immediately by the software though), but this is expected since it geared to be so user-specific so I really don't mind! One thing that could be a little difficult is if you rename or move a document that has been imported the link is broken in CaseMap, but there are ways to work around that.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Zenas Zelotes

Terrible Experience

Used occasionally for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2019-11-21
Review Source: Capterra

I used CaseMap for just under a year. Lexis Nexis is one of the absolute worst companies to work with. Their customer support is nothing short of terrible. The company is unbelievably slow to roll out new features. They rarely ever innovate. And in the rare instance when they do the modifications are very minor. They clearly don't listen to their customers. The software offers a lot of features but it is very confusing to figure out. And Lexis is no help in this regard. You are completely on your own. Their support page is an embarrassment. Their "Lexis University" is pathetic. And, despite the many available features, I found the software to be bloated and bug ridden. Couldn't keep up with the amount of data I was inputting. Kept freezing up. And I was working on a Surface Book 2 and Surface Studio 2. Top of the line hardware. I have no idea how this company stays in business. I really wanted to like this software. I thought it had a lot of potential. But I was wrong. Every time I do business with Lexis Nexis I regret it. This time was no different. Buyer beware.

Pros
That you did not need an internet connection to access your case information ... which matters when you find yourself in a courtroom with no internet access.

Cons
The software was bloated and slow. The larger the case the worse the software performed. To the point that I had to throw up my hands and walk away.

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Likelihood to recommend: 0/10

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Anonymous

An electronic case management tool so easy an attorney can use it

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-03-13
Review Source: Capterra

The ability to manage cases and have multiple team members collaborate.

Pros
The ability to add issues, people, documents and any other relevant piece of information related to a matter is great. The fact that you can link those pieces of information to one another makes it invaluable. This is how a team can manage cases.

Cons
Too many odd errors that you have to contact support about. I believe Lexis is getting ready to cancel the product or sell to someone else. They used to have dedicated support. Now, you have to dial an 800 number and climb through 3 trees of options before getting a person.

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Likelihood to recommend: 6/10

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Anonymous

Map out you case with CaseMap

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-03-26
Review Source: Capterra

I've used Casemap many times over the years and it has been a great tracker of matters and data related to those cases. If you aren't using Casemap you aren't managing your cases, the are managing you...

Pros
-Organize information and data -Map out the issues, facts, and other data points in the matter -Track tasks & completion dates -Sync issues with deposition transcripts to help keep matter together

Cons
-No Web based solution -Starting to feel like an old dog, even though it's still very reliable

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Likelihood to recommend: 8/10

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CaseMap features

Activity Dashboard
Case Management
Document Management
Reporting & Statistics
Search Functionality
Task Management
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