Suggsetions for Litigation Attorneys?

I'm looking for advice on the best way to use Trello for litigation.  (Most of the posts I've seen for lawyers discuss using Trello for client development.)

I want to be able to track the progress of numerous cases, each involving different teams of lawyers and paralegals from my firm.

I've tried having one Board per case, with lists for discovery, document review, motions, etc.  And then one card each for issues such as document requests, each motion, etc.

Another way I tried it was one card per case, and using to do lists and comments to track events, assignements and tasks.

I'm not particularly happy with either set up.  And I haven't found a good way to let me see what deadlines are coming up for all cases in a quick glance.  (As opposed to checking each card in each case.

How do you do it?

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