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    • "Case Anywhere is an extremely user-friendly system that allows you to easily and efficiently manage your cases and pleading clips. After using other case management systems, Case Anywhere is by far the best in the marketplace and far surpasses its competition. Unlike other systems, Case Anywhere does not require hours of training or tutorials to use its most basic features. Among other things, Case Anywhere allows you to easily upload document/pleadings, communicate with opposing counsel and the court and locate documents within just a few clicks. I HIGHLY recommend Case Anywhere to any firm or company looking to save time, energy and resources. In sum, Case Anywhere provides simple solutions to often complicated problems."

      Jennifer Elkayam, Esq.
      Blecher & Collins, P.C.

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    Case Anywhere is a national provider of on-line legal case management services. Through our web-based software, users can securely e-serve litigation documents, sort and search case records, calendar important events, access deposition transcripts, and communicate with court and counsel.

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  • Case Anywhere can be introduced at any stage of a litigation by court order or agreement of counsel. From two-party disputes in state court to complex proceedings before the federal bench, we are ready to meet your case management needs today.

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  • "The Advantages of Using Electronic Service Providers"

    MAIL OR COURIER? When court-filed documents and discovery require service on opposing counsel, law firms rarely consider other options. Reliance on traditional paper-based service, however, is changing. Widespread access to the Internet at law firms and the adoption of rules authorizing—or even mandating—electronic transmission of documents in various courts have led to a powerful alternative for attorneys: electronic service. Read more...

    Los Angeles Lawyer magazine | June 2007