MyCase has long been known for its practice management solutions. But as the company continues to grow, it’s moving increasingly into the document management arena—and undertaking a rebrand to match its new efforts.
Today, MyCase announced the official launch of MyCase Drive, a cloud-based centralized repository for law firm documents, previously announced at the company’s MyCase Customer Conference 2021 in November. Pitched as a Dropbox or equivalent service replacement, MyCase Drive allows users to save or drag and drop files directly to a case folder and organize those case folders by client, practice area, or stage. All documents are then backed up in the cloud and synced between desktop and the MyCase platform, with unlimited storage.