PdfClerk is a desktop software for automatically converting document references to links, binding documents into bundles, and adding headers and footers based on data derived from filenames and other metadata.
PdfClerk is developed to create document bundles for litigation more efficient, with higher quality and more features. The focus is to create standard and efficient workflows to be reused from case to case.
Automatically transform textual references to hyperlinks
Add headers with exhibit numbers, dates and other metadata derived from filenames
Add dynamic graphic stamps with borders, backgrounds and company logos
Create indexes, reference documents, TOCs, etc. using clerk links
Update existing binders with new stamps and bookmarks
Export and import bookmarks and metadata using Excel
Supports configurable presets for efficient execution of common tasks
Superfast ‒ also on the largest documents
No add-ins or special document editing software required. PdfClerk works directly on the pdfs you already have created yourself ‒ or received from the opposing party
Tired of manually looking up references? Maybe the judge is to. PdfClerk automatically converts references to clickable links in your briefs, case outlines, and other documents. Handy when you prepare, convincing when you present.
Bundle a pleading
PdfClerk will bind a pleading and its exhibits and automatically create links to the exhibits from where they are referenced in the pleading.
PdfClerk can extract exhibit numbers from the file name and insert it as stamps on each of the exhibits. Stamps can include graphic elements like borders, solid or transparent backgrounds and company logo.
Build using Excel
PdfClerk can read and write files and metadata using Microsoft Excel format. This allows binders to be assembled using a powerful tool familiar to most people.
Update existing binders
PdfClerk can update existing binders with headers & footers and bookmarks based on metadata from existing bookmarks or Excel. PdfClerk can split a binder based on its bookmarks.
Use clerk links to create fully customizable clickable tables of contents for all the documents in a case, ‒ or just for the ones that matter. The links work both within the same binder and to other binders.
PdfClerk is highly customizable and can create hyperlinked transaction bibles, due diligence reports, agreements and other document collections.