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NO INSTALLATIONS, NO HARDWARE TO MANAGE (AND NO SETUP FEES)

All you and your business partners need to connect to BlueVault is an internet connection and a web-browser.

No hardware installations, no license or security patch management - BlueVault manages all of that for you so you can focus on managing your litigation.

MANAGE MORE THAN DOCUMENTS

Years ago, BlueVault identified that management of complex litigation requires a complete database of records for each component of your portfolio, not just coded documents.  Cases, plaintiffs, defendants, witnesses, experts, and documents each exist as distinct records allowing for distributed management by local counsel, superior reporting, and stronger trend analysis.

CREATE A VIRTUAL LEGAL TEAM

Arm them with the right information at the right time.

Monitor your litigation with a variety of reports for each stage of your strategy.

Enable collaboration between counsel using cloud-based technologies.

Maintain uniform management of case data to enforce consistency among multiple legal teams.

Eliminate duplication of work, inconsistencies, and unnecessary spend.

Control access to client data based on cases, roles, and organizations.

Define your strategy and execute your plan from initial complaint through case resolution.

Streamline Your Litigation

 

Built by lawyers for lawyers.

After encountering various claims-management challenges such as plaintiffs spread across multiple jurisdictions, information locked within proprietary systems of regional and local counsel, and the ever-increasing rigors of compliance and regulatory reporting, Maron Marvel Bradley & Anderson came to BlueVault for an enterprise-class solution that enabled their legal teams to connect, communicate, and collaborate securely and cost-effectively.

Read the BlueVault Toxic Tort Case Study to learn how BlueVault helped Maron Marvel Bradley & Anderson streamline their case.

BLUEVAULT TOXIC TORT CASE STUDY