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Subscribers of TL Newswire have voted ExhibitManager as a top 10 product for 2016. See details.

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The leading US technology blog for lawyers has recently reviewed ExhibitManager. To download the article, please click this link.

ExhibitManager version 5 is here. We have listened to you and have included many new, exciting features.

The main new features include:

  • Updating exhibits in multiple documents at the same time (e.g. Statement of Claim and all witness statements)
  • Possibility to amend an existing eBrief (e.g. add an interactive witness statement to the Statement of Claim eBrief)
  • Automatic chronological exhibit numbering
  • Pagination/Bates numbering of bundles

and many more. For the complete list of new features, please see the changelog.

Please contact us for your new demokey for version 5 and to obtain a download link.

A new version 5 of ExhibitManager with many new, exciting features is coming very soon.

The main new features include:

  • Updating exhibits in multiple documents at the same time (e.g. Statement of Claim and all witness statements)
  • Possibility to amend an existing eBrief (e.g. add an interactive witness statement to the Statement of Claim eBrief)
  • Automatic chronological exhibit numbering
  • Pagination/Bates numbering of bundles

and many more. Stay tuned!

A third of GAR 30 firms are using ExhibitManager for managing their exhibits, drafting submissions and creating hyperlinked eBriefs.
The Global Arbitration Review lists the top 30 arbitration law firms (GAR 30 list). Eight of these firms have already deployed ExhibitManager for managing their exhibits, drafting submissions and creating hyperlinked eBriefs, and a further four firms are currently evaluating ExhibitManager for their arbitration teams.
ExhibitManager has been tried and tested by the premier arbitration teams around the world. If you are interested in a demonstration of ExhibitManager in your firm or via internet, please contact us.

YAM

The Young Arbitrators Match (YAM) is the first and only competition which provides young arbitration practitioners with an opportunity to draft an arbitral award based on a set of facts and an exchange of written submissions between two parties to a dispute, in similar conditions to a real life arbitration.
Causasoft supports the 2016 Young Arbitrators Match by providing eBrief versions of the Statement of Claim and Statement of Defence created using the ExhibitManager, the intelligent litigation software. The eBriefs are fully hyperlinked PDF submissions, in which every citation of a legal or fact exhibit is linked to the corresponding PDF. Clicking on a citation or reference will open the corresponding exhibit in a new window. This will allow the YAM participants to quickly and efficiently review the submissions, evidence and legal exhibits and to focus on their task: drafting the arbitral award.
If you are interested in learning how you can use ExhibtManager in your litigation or arbitration practice, please contact us.
 

We have listened to your input and have added new exciting features in our brand new version 4.2:

  • Streamlined user interface: exhibits can be edited and annotated in the main view. Performance improvements when editing exhibits.
  • Possibility to add a short descriptions to an exhibit.
  • Custom fields in the database.
  • Up to four different citation styles can be used per exhibit type
  • Conditional fields in citation styles
  • PDF preview “remembers” last page viewed when switching between documents.
  • Exhibits can be tagged in the main view by using shortcuts.
  • Significant performance improvements when creating eBriefs with large lists of exhibits
  • Several bug fixes

GAR 30 firms use ExhibitManager for managing their exhibits, drafting submissions and creating hyperlinked eBriefs.

The Global Arbitration Review has just released its annual list of the top 30 arbitration law firms (GAR 30). Three of these firms have already deployed ExhibitManager for managing their exhibits, drafting submissions and creating hyperlinked eBriefs, and a further two firms are currently evaluating ExhibitManager for their arbitration teams.

If you are interested in a demonstration of ExhibitManager in your firm or via internet, please contact us.

We have published another medium release of ExhibitManager! ExhibitManager version 4.1 contains the following new features:

– Preview files in the following formats: wordprocessor (.docx, .doc, .rtf, .htm, .mht., .txt),
spreadsheet (.xlsx, .xls, .csv) and email (.msg, .eml) PDF (.pdf), images (.jpg, .tif., .gif, .bmp., .png)
– Format list of exhibits as genuine tables in Microsoft Word.
– Extended printing capabilities
– Several bug fixes.

Dear ExhibitManager user,

we are proud to release ExhibitManager version 4.0 which brings a lot of new, exciting features:

  • Full-text search: Full text search your exhibits in ExhibitManager.
  • Digital signature: Digitally sign your submissions using a qualified digital signature from within ExhibitManager without having to switch to a special signing software.
  • List of exhibits titles: Automatically insert titles between different exhibit types in lists of exhibits.
  • Multi-part exhibit numbering: Multi-part exhibits can be saved as exhibit groups under the same exhibit number, but with different suffixes. For example, the main contract may be filed under the number Exh. R-1, while appendix 1 to the contract is Exh. R-1/1. Or the original language exhibit is filed as Exh. R-3a and its English translation under Exh. R-3/b.
  • New numbering possibilities: roman numerals (I, II, III,…) as well as alphabetic numbering (A, B, C,…). This is particularly convenient for Austria and the Italian part of Switzerland and other jurisdictions where claimants use alphabetic numbering and respondents the normal arabic numbering.
  • Import: Automatically insert the description, date and exhibit number when importing exhibits that have previously been created with ExhibitManager. This feature is very useful and timesaving when importing exhibits from opposing counsel (provided they are using ExhibitManager) or if you are an arbitrator and the parties are using ExhibitManager.
  • Links to URLs: Exhibits can not only be linked to locally stored files but to any URL. This is useful for creating eBriefs that not only link to exhibits physically stored on a memory stick or CD-ROM, but that contain hyperlinks to legal exhibits stored in legal databases (e.g. Swisslex, Westlaw, Decisions of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court, Kluwerarbitration, etc.)
  • OCR: Improved OCR capabilities (accuracy, speed and file size, option to download more language dictionaries).
  • Interactive eBriefs: eBriefs can now also be created in Microsoft Word (.docx) format. This is particularly useful for sending draft submissions including all exhibits to clients, expert witnesses etc.

One feature we are particularly excited about is the new capability to import emails into ExhibitManager. Drag-and-drop email files (.msg or .eml) into ExhibitManager and ExhibitManager automatically inserts description and date based on the sender, recipient, date, and subject fields in the email. You can further choose to

  • convert the email to PDF format, and
  • append PDF attachments to the PDF of the email itself instead of including them as attachments. This can tremendously facilitate the printing and viewing process of the exhibits.

Plus several other improvements and bug fixes.

To download the latest release, please visit our download page.

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