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What is Case Center?

Case Center is a single system to collect, manage, and review digital evidence. Case Center provides convenient 24/7 online access to upload, review, manage, and share exhibits among judges, attorneys, and litigants during virtual or in-person court hearing. To participate, parties to the case must be invited by the court.


  • “Digital Exhibit” means any exhibit (e.g., document, photo, audio, video) that is submitted through the digital exhibit portal for consideration in any court.
  • “Digital exhibit portal” (Portal) means the web-based application and cloud storage service authorized by the SCA that provides for the submission of digital exhibits to a court, storage of digital exhibits after submission to a court, and access to digital exhibits by a court and litigants.

Training & Support

Access reference guides, training topics with videos, and recorded monthly webinars at Thomson Reuters Case Center help site.

How do I know when my case is available in Case Center?

If your case has been scheduled for a hearing or trial, you will receive an email from Case Center that provides a link to your case in the Case Center system.

How do I Register for Case Center?

To register for Case Center, go to or if you receive an email invitation to review your case in Case Center, you will be prompted to register prior to accessing your case for the first time.

How do I know what type of exhibits are accepted by Case Center?

Case Center accepts several file types as well as various multimedia types. Please review the Accepted File Formats document.

Is it mandatory that hearing or trial exhibits are submitted into Case Center?

Beginning January 30, 2024, the Oregon Tax Court Magistrate Division requires exhibits be submitted via Case Center if all parties are represented by active members of the Oregon State Bar, or when the court so orders. If active members of the state bar do not represent all parties, the use of Case Center is strongly encouraged, but voluntary for all parties. The conventional exhibit filing methods that are allowed for in Magistrate Division Rule 12.2 are then permissible.

Is Case Center where I submit all my documents for my case?

Case Center is only used for submitting exhibits necessary for a hearing or trial.

What should I do if there is a problem with my case in Case Center?

If there are technical or other issues that prohibit you from uploading your hearing or trial exhibits, you should advise the court immediately so that you do not miss your filing deadline. You may submit an email to