Litigation & Discovery Support Services

Agile Legal provides on-demand, senior-level, litigation support to in-house legal teams. Agile's litigation support team has been assisting legal departments for more than 14 years, from small claims to multi-million dollar, large, commercial cases. By giving companies access to a scaleable, litigation support team, Agile Legal enables companies to control litigation costs.

Agile Legal has extensive experience in case management, pre-trial pleadings and motions, discovery and e-discovery, trial preparation, and trial support.

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Some of the litigation support services Agile Legal provides include:


  • Manage document production, chain of custody, and litigation holds
  • Review and summarize documents and materials
  • Research rules of procedure and assure adherence
  • Medical record summaries
  • Manage litigation support systems and databases
  • Prepare privilege logs
  • Comprehensive eDiscovery support throughout the entire EDRM process from initial preservation through final production

Trial (Pre/Post)

  • Draft and review pleadings, injunctions, motions
  • Research issues and prepare case summaries
  • Prepare correspondence to clients, courts, counsel and other parties
  • Draft responses to subpoenas, document, and deposition requests

  • Organize briefs, exhibits, and appendices
  • Prepare witness and matter materials, organize interview memos, digests and other relevant documents for attorney review and case preparation
  • Review depositions and summarize transcripts

eDiscovery Note - Agile's eDiscovery support is scaleable, affordable, and agile to blend technology with senior-level legal support—all the while keeping our clients in compliance with current eDiscovery rules. Agile's assistance ranges from the initial preservation (including litigation hold orders), through collection, processing, review, and production. Agile Legal provides its clients with access to complex discovery technology needed for case management through “renting space” rather than buying an exorbitantly expensive license.