This is the most intuitive and feature version of Legal Files to date.
Legal Files Software, Inc. is excited to announce the launch of its latest release: Legal Files 12.0. This version of its legal case and matter management software includes an integration with DocuSign, new Outlook features and enhanced security to incorporate the latest technical innovations. Many design changes were added to ensure readability, clarity and efficiency.
“Government agencies, corporate and university legal departments, as well as law firms, insurance companies and legal aid organizations come to us to organize their operations and to incorporate the technology that helps them manage what matters to them,” said CEO John Kanoski in making the announcement. “We leverage technical innovation and great design to give our customers the tools and ease of use that they need to succeed. With Legal Files 12.0, we have incorporated many of their enhancement requests and ideas to make the system even more responsive and personalized to their requirements. This is the most intuitive and feature-driven version of Legal Files to date.”
Legal Files 12.0 offerings include:
Integration with DocuSign
Users can create a seamless and secure workflow with this new feature which allows them to launch and log into DocuSign from within Legal Files. “The security and convenience of this new feature is a powerful upgrade,” Kanoski said.
Quicker ways to save files and access documents
With the click a button, users can link their own Outlook folders to matters in Legal Files. This will allow emails and attachments to be dragged to those folders as usual, but now they’ll instantly get filed into the matter linked by the individual user. Plus, within Legal Files, documents now open immediately with one click from any location in Legal Files using icons identifying each file type. Also, recently accessed matters and documents can be opened much more quickly using the new Recent Files Saved To function.
Updated Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Administrators have the option to require challenge/response questions as part of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), in addition to standard password input, to add a verification step to each user’s login. This can be a helpful addition to meet the security standards required by many organizations and government agencies.