Using The Criteria Filter

TrialLine recently introduced a ‘Criteria Filter’ option that enables you to choose which events on your TrialLine display, based on a specific set of criteria. 

The ‘Criteria Filter’ works differently than the traditional filter option in TrialLine, in that it only displays events that match the specific criteria you select from the ‘Criteria Filter’ menu. Continue reading “Using The Criteria Filter”

TrialLine’s New ‘Contacts’ Feature

TrialLine recently added a new ‘Contacts’ feature that enables you to add contacts to your TrialLines, and these contacts can then be associated with specific events, facts and documents.

This allows you to create contact-specific views of your TrialLine that can be used in depositions, witness examinations or as a visual aid to help you get a better understanding of a particular person’s role in your case. Continue reading “TrialLine’s New ‘Contacts’ Feature”

Using Tags and Categories Effectively in TrialLine

One of the most helpful features that TrialLine provides is the ability to sort which events are displayed along your timeline and which are not, by filtering out events based on what category they are included in, and/or what tags are attached to them.

Controlling the way that the facts and details of your case are presented is the key to creating the narrative of your case. And this is important for a number or reasons.

Not only is it the key to creating a compelling and efficient narrative when in front of a judge or jury, it’s also a key aspect of your case preparation. Remember, sometimes it’s the paring down of information that is required to clarify a story, or bring to light important information. Continue reading “Using Tags and Categories Effectively in TrialLine”

Using Tags in TrialLine

TrialLine users have the ability to ‘tag’ the events on their legal case timeline, and those tags can then be used in the filtering system to control which events are being displayed on the TrialLine at any given time.

This filtering system allows users to create specific ‘views’ by combining different ‘category’ and ‘tag’ filters, which can then be used to communicate specific and important details about the case.

This enables users to get very granular with their data, and have a great deal of control over how the facts in the case are presented, and this can make the communication of important information more efficient and compelling. Continue reading “Using Tags in TrialLine”

Managing Your Files in TrialLine

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to manage the files in your legal case timeline, and explain the various file management features available in TrialLine that can help you stay organized. Continue reading “Managing Your Files in TrialLine”