An integration announced today makes the court-calendaring software LawToolBox available within the MyCase law practice management platform, enabling lawyers who use MyCase to automatically calculate key court dates and deadlines and add them to their MyCase calendars.

The integration will enable MyCase users to automatically calculate deadlines and add them to their MyCase calendar. Users will be able to create and manage deadlines from directly within the MyCase platform.

The companies say the integration will provide an all-in-one solution for lawyers to manage their cases and keep track of important deadlines.

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“We are excited to partner with MyCase and offer our shared customers an integrated solution for managing their legal practice,” said LawToolBox COO Carol Lynn Grow. “Integrating with one of the fastest growing legal practice management solutions will provide our customers with a leading, all-inclusive solution to help increase firm efficiency. ”

Dru Armstrong, CEO of MyCase, said, “Integrating LawToolBox into the MyCase platform is something we’re very excited about for the legal industry. This integration will automate calendaring right in the MyCase platform, allowing our users to save time and reduce risk.”

To take advantage of the integration, users will require subscriptions to both products. A LawToolBox subscription ranges in price from $16 to $29 per user per month, based on the number of users. A MyCase subscription starts at $39 per user per month, but to take advantage of third-party integrations, the cost is $59 per user per month.

LawToolBox provides rule sets for most courts in the United States. Here is a full list of its rule sets.

More information about the integration is available on the MyCase blog.

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