Privacy Policy


  1. What’s in this Privacy Policy?

In this Privacy Policy, you’ll find:

  • What information we collect about you

  • How we might use that information

  • What information we might share with others

  • Your rights and choices about that information

  1. What services does this Privacy Policy cover?

We are TrialEdge LLC (dba CaseUp). In this document, we will refer to ourselves as “CaseUp,” “we,” or “us.” We will refer to you and any other users as “you.”

In this Privacy Policy, we will cover the products and services that we offer to you. These include the CaseUp website located at and any related CaseUp websites and software applications.

Together, we’ll refer to these as the “Service.”

By using the Service, you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy. Please read our Terms of Use, as well, for general guidance about your use of the Service. Except as otherwise expressly agreed, this Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use are the complete agreement between you and CaseUp.

  1. What types of personal data do we collect?

Below you’ll find details about the types of personal data we collect from you and how we use it. We call this “processing” your data.

First, the personal data we collect from you:

Type of data

Examples of the data

How we use it

Contact Information

Your name and email address

To contact you for technical support and customer support purposes, to contact you for marketing and promotional purposes, and to operate the Service (such as sharing online depositions and allowing you to participate in those depositions)

Account Information

Your name, email address, and payment details

To create and manage your Account on the Service, to ensure your purchases are credited to your account, to contact you for technical support and customer support purposes, to contact you for marketing and promotional purposes, and to send surveys and gather user feedback

Analytic Information

Your IP Address, location and activity information, such as link clicks and page views, and other analytic information

To analyze user activity and improve the Service

Transmitted Information

Any information and content shared by you through the Service in a deposition

To operate Service functionality

Next, the personal data that third parties share with us:

What is the name of the third party sharing information with you?

What type of information is being shared?

What purpose do you use this information for?

Other users and deposition participants

Transmitted Information

To operate Service functionality related to user participation in depositions.

Finally, the personal data that we share with others:

Our reason for sharing

What data is being shared?

Who are we sharing it with?

Operating the Service

Transmitted Information

Any third-party with whom a user shares a unique deposition link generated by the Service

Email marketing

Contact Information

Email marketing/newsletter management services

We may also need to share your personal data in a few other situations:

  • To comply with applicable laws, a court order, or orders from government agencies

  • To detect and combat fraud or security issues

  • To protect the Service, our employees, and our business’s rights or safety

Other than that, we will not share your personal data with anyone else.

  1. How long do we keep your personal data?

We only keep your personal data as long as it’s required to provide you with the Service, but in no case longer than 2 years, unless otherwise required by law. After that, we will delete your personal data within a reasonable time.

Please note that we may retain some data, if necessary to:

  • resolve disputes,

  • enforce our user agreements,

  • follow any technical and legal requirements related to the Service.

  1. Children’s privacy rights

We don’t knowingly collect any personal data from children under the age of 13. We also don’t knowingly allow them to create accounts, sign up for newsletters, make purchases, or use the Service.

We take children’s privacy seriously and encourages parents to play an active role in their children’s online experience. If you have any concerns about your child’s personal data, please contact us at

  1. Cookies; Do Not Track Signals

Cookies: “Cookies” are small bits of electronic information that a website sends to a visitor’s browser and are stored on the visitor’s hard drive. Like many services, we employ cookies in certain areas of the Service to allow us to provide information to make your online experience more convenient and to enhance your experience with the Service.

For example, when you return to the Service after logging in, cookies provide information so that the Service will remember who you are on subsequent visits and leave you logged in. Cookies are not spyware or adware, and can’t deliver viruses or run programs on your computer.

Cookies are also necessary for operating portions of the Service. You may configure your web browsers to accept or reject or delete the cookies, or notify yourself when a cookie is being set. If you do that, however, the Service may not function as expected or may not function at all.

Do Not Track” Signals: Because there’s not yet a consensus on how companies should respond to web browser-based or other “do not track” mechanisms yet, we do not respond to web browser-based do not track signals.

California Residents: California’s “Shine the Light” law (Civil Code Section § 1798.83) permits users of the Service that are California residents to request certain information regarding our disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes.

If you would like to make a request, please email us at

  1. Transfers of your personal data

Our headquarters is in the United States.

No matter where you live, by using the Service you consent to the processing and transfer of your personal data in and to none. This processing will be under the privacy policies of third parties that we share personal data with.

The laws of these countries governing data collection and use may not be as comprehensive or protective as the laws of the country where you live.

If you would like more information, please contact us (see “How to contact us” below).

  1. Data security and protection

We have taken steps and put security measures in place to prevent the accidental loss or misuse of personal data, and will take all reasonable steps to make sure that your personal data is treated and stored securely.

For example, we limit access to those who have a genuine business need. Those processing your information will do so only in an authorized manner.

We use other security measures, as well, including encryption at rest and in transit, as well as role-based access controls.

  1. Resolving Disputes

We hope that we can resolve any questions or concerns you raise about our use of your personal data.

Please contact us at to let us know if you have questions or concerns. We will do our best to resolve the issue.

  1. How will we notify you of changes?

We last updated this Privacy Policy on 8/1/2023.

We may make further updates from time to time. When we make changes to this privacy policy, we will post the updated notice on the Service and update the effective date. Your continued use of the Service following the posting of changes constitutes your acceptance of such changes.

  1. How to contact us

Please contact us if you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or your personal data.

You can do so using the following contact info:

  • Email:

  • Postal Mail: CaseUp c/o TrialEdge, 1925 Century Park East, Suite 1700


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