The legal case management system is a Web application aimed for use by not-for-profit legal advice centers. It supports recording case information and its follow-ups, which can then be used to generate reports.
|Tags||Information Management Records Management Office/Business groupware|
|Translations||Spanish German Italian Bulgarian French Portuguese English Russian Polish|
Release Notes: You can now change back to a previous case stage. A history of the stage changes was added to the case info panel. An infamous stage change bug was fixed. A few MSIE keyword bugs were fixed. An option to display currencies in Indian notation was added and problems with the way currencies in general are displayed were fixed. The Italian, German, and French translations were updated and man other bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes the "sum billed" format error (if the field is active), as well as the "case notes" being lost after edit.
Release Notes: A more descriptive error message is now displayed when an export fails. The default case status is now 'open' rather than 'draft'. It is now possible to create a new organisation directly from the 'new case' form. The term 'case alleged crime' was changed to 'case problem'. The management of contacts was much improved to be more flexible on which fields are mandatory and which are recommended. A new 'date of birth' field was provided for clients and many many bugs were fixed. This release also includes new German and Italian translations and an updated French translation.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few problems related to newer MySQL 5 versions, including a bug in the "case search". It adds an Italian translation.
Release Notes: This release improves client search and the "internal requests" feature. It fixes the self-registration functions, MySQL 5.0-related bugs which were caused by lazy SQL, bugs affecting import of databases of older LCM versions, and bugs related to the case "period" filters. Follow-ups are now shown in the "general" tab instead of their own tab (to facilitate printing, less clicking, etc.).