Introducing the New Legal Hub

For the past few years, law firms of all sizes, ranging from solo practitioners to AmLaw 100 members have used PBworks Legal Hub for internal, client, and partner collaboration.  Legal Hub gave law firms all of PBworks’ standard collaboration tools (wikis, file sharing, project management, social software) with the additional legal functionality of server-side encryption and a complete audit trail to ensure the privacy and security of confidential information.

Now we’re adding new legal-specific functionality to help litigators by providing online case binders.  As litigators prepare for their courtroom appearances, they can use Legal Hub to store and coordinate all the key documents and filings, including motions, pleadings, and expert witness testimony:

Legal Hub even applies Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to uploaded images of court documents, indexing these previously unsearchable files and making them part of Legal Hub’s search engine.

If you’re at the ILTA conference this week, contact our sales team at, and we’ll be happy to arrange an in-person demo.  You can read the full press release here.

Published by Chris Yeh

Chris has been building Internet businesses since 1995. He has been a founder, founding employee, or seed investor in almost a dozen startups, including PBworks, and advises a wide array of startups ranging from network equipment makers to vertical search engines. He liked his investment in PBworks so much, he decided to join the company. Chris earned two degrees from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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