Let's say it's November, you have a summary judgment motion in December and suddenly the parties decide to settle.
So for the next three weeks you and opposing counsel(s) hustle to agree on dozens of settlement terms as quickly as possible in a mad rush to avoid having to actually prepare a factum.
The night before the motion, the parties reach a deal with a final "we agree" email, and everyone exhales.
Except now it's early January and suddenly you have to turn those hundreds of back and forth emails into a single agreement.
Crisis? In a pre-Goodfact world, yes. But not anymore.
Now you can just drop all of those emails into Goodfact (yes, we have an Outlook plug-in) and, within seconds, see exactly what the parties had agreed to on every single term.