Registration for MyCase users

File, serve, and sync court documents right from MyCase! Related documents and expenses will automatically be passed back through to your case.

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Get started on your own

Ready to experience the integration for yourself? Create an InfoTrack account and start placing key litigation orders from MyCase.

Then catch up on all available self-guided training materials:

  • How-to support articles
  • Mini demo videos
  • In-depth product guides

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Benefits of integrating, from filing, serving, signing, and beyond.


Faster filing and serving

Choose documents directly from your MyCase case, lowering the risk of a mistake. File in 8 of America's busiest civil courts and serve them in all 50 states.


Better case organization

Court-stamped documents and service affidavits are automatically synced back to MyCase when available, so you don't have to download and archive them manually.


All costs expensed

Your order expenses are automatically recorded to the related case in MyCase, where they can be easily passed through to your clients.

How it works

Integrating your MyCase case management software with InfoTrack instantly gives you key benefits to improve your day-to-day filing, serving, and expense tracking processes. 


Choose your documents for filing and serving

Select documents directly from your MyCase matter for eFiling or Process Serving, reducing the risk of mistakes. Information automatically maps from MyCase into corresponding filing fields.

MyCase document selection


Automatically receive file-stamped copies

As soon as file-stamped copies are released by the court, the documents are automatically saved back to your MyCase matter so you don’t have to retrieve them.

MyCase returned documents


Order expenses are logged in MyCase

All your orders are automatically recorded to your case record in MyCase, and appear immediately on your invoices. All the accounting work is done automatically.

Let's simplify your litigation process today.