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Replace printed document exhibits with electronic exhibits from AgileLaw®

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The top litigation firms in america use AgileLaw



Quick and Easy Organization

Upload documents, then review, annotate, and search them with ease. Create and categorize by topic labels, enter an alias name to identify documents easier, and add highlighting, comments, and bookmarking annotations.


Collaborative Exhibit Review

Your entire team can access your exhibits from anywhere at anytime, and you can see where your co-counsel has flagged certain parts of an exhibit.


Efficient Depositions

Run your deposition from your laptop or tablet, and only show the witness a document when you have a question. Get everyone on the same page instantaneously, and never take a break just to find a missing document.

Getting started with AgileLaw e-exhibits is easy

Upload your exhibits to AgileLaw

Using a modern internet browser, select a single file or an entire directory of files to upload to our secure website.

Organize & review your documents

Access your documents from your laptop or tablet, organize and annotate them, practice mock depositions, and more.

Conduct your deposition with your laptop or tablet

At your deposition, provide the witness with a tablet, and use your laptop to share documents, mark exhibits, and quickly jump from one question to the next with the click of a button.

Watch a 5-minute demo on how AgileLaw E-exhibits will improve your depositions, maximizing your competitive advantage:

E-exhibit software from AgileLaw allows litigators to replace piles and piles of printed document exhibits with laptops and tablets before, during, and after their depositions.

Reduce deposition expenses

E-exhibits significantly reduce deposition costs by saving preparation time (replace time spent printing, organizing, copying, and binding documents with a simple drag-and-drop interface), eliminating shipping expenses and/or checked baggage fees, and do away with court reporter fees for scanning paper exhibits.

Access exhibits from anywhere, 24/7

Whether you’re working at the office, checking in from your ocean-front hotel room, or staying up late in your hotel room the night before your deposition, your exhibits will always be at your fingertips. That goes for your entire team too, so collaborating between other attorneys and paralegals is no longer a nightmare.

More efficient depositions

Run your deposition more professionally and efficiently by eliminating the clutter associated with reams of document exhibits. During the deposition, find the page you need in seconds, and no more flipping through hundreds of documents to find what you need.

No software/hardware expense

AgileLaw e-exhibits is a Software-as-a-Service platform so that means you don’t have to buy, install, or maintain software or hardware — a huge savings in time and expense.

“Despite using this new technology for the first time, the deposition was much smoother with AgileLaw than it would have been using paper exhibits.”

Erika Birg

Partner, Nelson Mullins

See how electronic exhibits from AgileLaw mimics your existing workflow -- which means you can benefit immediately from technology adoption, with minimal disruption to your job.


In a single deposition, Nelson Mullins was able to save their client $1,616 by using AgileLaw.

Preparation time was reduced

Client was able to join remotely

Traveling was easier and less stressful

"Despite using this new technology for the first time, the deposition was much smoother with AgileLaw than it would have been using paper exhibits.”

Erika Birg

Partner, Nelson Mullins

In October 2013, Fulkerson Lotz adopted the AgileLaw solution and immediately observed the following benefits:

Eliminating the need to print multiple copies of exhibits

Traveling is easier and less stressful

Zooming in on a tablet facilitates reading documents with small text

"With AgileLaw, we can upload exhibits with the click of a button, instead of printing and copying paper exhibits.”

Kimberly Lewis

Paralegal, Fulkerson Lotz

Full-featured, electronic exhibit software for your depositions

Everything below is included with your AgileLaw e-exhibit purchase. If you have specific questions or want to see a live demo, fill out the short form below.



Drag and drop individual files or entire folders up to 1 gigabyte with no limit on the number of pages in a single document. Currently supports PDF, TIFF, PNG, and JPG file formats.


Create and assign topic labels to your documents and filter searches by relevant tags.


Organize your documents in a specific order that is unique to each deposition, based on the order of your planned questions.


Annotate your documents by highlighting text, writing comments, or book-marking — anything you can do with a pen. Any annotations you make are private and only visible to you at all times.

Conducting the Deposition


Reveal individual documents throughout the course of the deposition. The witness, opposing counsel, and any other participants only see the documents you have revealed.


When a participant joins using the provided PIN number, you control if they are given access to the deposition and what role is assigned to them.


Any document can be stamped with an exhibit sticker, and you can move the stamp anywhere on the first page of the document. By default, the exhibit number is automatically filled in with the next available number for the case, but you can rename it to anything you’d like.


Using quick search label filters, document sorting, and cycling through annotations, you can can quickly find documents, even ones that you weren’t planning on using but were led to based on answers from the witness.


Clicking one button will direct the witness to the exact page you are looking at. Clicking another will make sure your screen always stays in sync with the witness.

Witness and Participants


The participant’s device or laptop will stay in sync with the witness without touching anything. If you decide to navigate to a different document or page, you can be back in sync with the witness with the touch of a button.


Participants can view and scan through any document exhibit that the lead counsel has revealed during the deposition on their own.


Witness’s can add their own annotations to a document that will be used as part of the official record. Any documents annotated by the witness are kept separate from the original, so you can see exactly what the witness annotated.


Participants can join a deposition anywhere they have internet access. That means a client or co-counsel can follow along from their own office without needing to travel to the deposition.



Currently PDF, TIFF, PNG, and JPG formats are supported. All exhibits downloaded after a deposition concludes are in PDF format.


We support most modern web browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer 10+) and the app is available for iPads (any generation) or Android tablets (requires v4.2 of the OS, a.k.a. Jelly Bean).


Documents are encrypted at rest and in transit. The encryption algorithm at rest is AES-256.


Using intuitive mouse drag-and-drop technology, users can upload files, re-order documents, assign labels, and link exhibits to specific depositions.

Deposition Preparation

How do I add documents to your system?

Once you have logged in and created a case you can upload any document to the system through our simple interface. If you have documents in a case management system such as Concordance or Summation then simply export the documents you want into a folder and then upload that folder into AgileLaw. If you have your documents in Clio, we have an integration that will let you download documents directly into AgileLaw. We will soon be adding other integrations, including for the Disco and Relativity ediscovery platforms.

What formats can I upload?

We currently support TIFF, PDF, PNG, and JPG. We soon will be adding other formats including the standard Microsoft Office formats.

How do I prepare?

Our system allows you to search, tag, annotate, rename, and organize the documents. We give you the flexibility to prepare in whatever method works best for you. You can highlight and put your own notes on a document that will be invisible to the other participants during the deposition.


How secure is the site?

Data is transmitted and stored using 256-bit encryption, which is the same standard used by major financial institutions and HIPAA compliant systems. Documents are also encrypted with 256-bit AES encryption on our servers so even someone with unauthorized access cannot view any data. (This encryption algorithm is approved by the NSA for top secret information). In addition, AgileLaw’s own employees have no ability to see your documents. Please read our section on Security for more information.

How do I prevent unauthorized people from entering the deposition session?

Before the deposition, the deposing counsel gives out a private PIN to each participant. No one can join without the PIN. During the deposition, the deposing counsel can see each participant and allow or deny them access. An unauthorized person who has obtained the private PIN cannot join without permission from the deposing counsel.

Does the opposing counsel have access to all of the documents in the case stored in the cloud?

Only the documents that have been "revealed" by the lead counsel are viewable by the opposing counsel. Every document is encrypted with a unique key, and only during the "reveal" process is the document copied into a separate "storage modality" along with the sharing of that encryption key with the other participants.

During the Deposition

What do I need during the deposition?

You need power (battery or plug), a device (either a laptop or a tablet) for each participant who wants to view documents, and an internet connection for the devices.

Do I need an internet connection?

We’ve designed our system to provide the utmost security, which means if you lose your laptop or tablet, no one can access your documents. For this reason, you need an internet connection during the deposition. We recommend a couple of things with regard to Wifi. First, we recommend you work with the court reporter ahead of time to make sure there will be internet access at the deposition location. They're usually pretty good about this because they also need it in case they end up using RealTime. Second, as a backup, you can take a personal hotspot [add link] that will give you a Wifi connection wherever you can get a cell phone signal. Most places nowadays have wifi available so this is rarely an issue.

How does everyone view the documents?

The deposing lawyer uses a laptop to manage the deposition through a web browser. The other participants – opposing counsel, witness, court reporter, other observers – may use a laptop or a tablet.

Can I prevent everyone from seeing all my documents or notes?

AgileLaw’s software allows the deposing lawyer to reveal only documents the lawyer wants to reveal when the lawyer wants to reveal them. The other participants cannot see documents you choose not to reveal and they cannot see your notes. The workflow is identical to that in paper depositions.

How do I mark exhibits?

The deposing counsel can mark any document as an exhibit in our software. Simply click Mark Exhibit for any document that has been revealed during the deposition. Once the document is marked as an exhibit, it receives an exhibit stamp on the first page. All digital copies of that exhibit have the stamp embedded as part of the graphic on the file. Printed copies of marked exhibits look identical to paper exhibits with an exhibit sticker.

Will the Court Reporter be able to see the document exhibits?

The court reporter is simply a participant in the deposition. The reporter can join the deposition and get copies with the exhibit stickers like anyone else. If the reporter needs a paper copy of the exhibits to add to the transcript then the reporter can simply print those documents.

How does the witness mark up an exhibit?

Our system makes it simple for the witness to annotate an exhibit. They can use their finger to draw and mark up the exhibit. When the witness is finished, both the marked up and the original, unedited version of the document are saved as exhibits.

How do the deposition participants get a copy of the exhibits?

All participants in the deposition receive an email with a link after the deposition is concluded that allows them to download PDFs of each exhibit. The download is secured by a PIN that is only shown to the approved deposition participants.

How can Opposing Counsel ask questions with my documents?

If you have revealed a document during the deposition then it is visible to all the deposition participants, including opposing counsel. That lawyer can direct the witness to any of those documents and ask questions.

Does the product include voice recording or transcription?

No. This solution is for exhibits only.

Does the product work for trials or arbitrations?

The product is designed for the workflow of a deposition, but it can be adapted to work for arbitrations. Contact us for more information. It will not work for jury trials presently. We plan to add functionality in the future that tailors the workflow to trials and arbitrations.

How do I handle Opposing Counsel objections?

AgileLaw is not in the business of giving legal advice so any decisions on how to handle the objection should ultimately be left to the lawyer. We do have some friendly suggestions, however. First, ensure there are no local rules prohibiting the use of electronic exhibits. If there is no rule prohibiting it then you should be able to do what you want. It is your deposition so conduct it as you see fit. Approach it the same way as if opposing counsel were objecting to a video deposition. Second, with the volume of e-discovery and scanned or electronic documents used in litigation it is unlikely that paperless depositions would receive much push back from a court. Third, you can bring a single paper copy or print the exhibits you reveal on-site. Fourth, you can point out the many benefits of the software including cost and time savings for all the parties. Finally, the technology is secure and designed to ensure that all participants receive identical copies. Unlike paper there’s no risk that one of the participants gets a copy of an exhibit that is missing pages or is otherwise different from all the other exhibits. If you have further advice on this topic please share it with us!

Is this solution better than paper?

Of course. Here is a short list: Save all your copy costs and shipping costs; search all your documents instantly; sync your view to the witness’s view and sync the witness’s view to yours – meaning you can literally “get on the same page” in no time; ensure everyone gets identical copies of all exhibits immediately after the deposition; easily conduct remote depositions without shipping all your exhibits ahead of time for the witness to prepare; add last minute documents with a simple upload – no more last-minute scrambles to make copies of a forgotten document; the list goes on…

What if the witness is a technophobe?

That's the beauty of our software. The witness never actually has to touch the device for it to work. Since you have control over what the witness is looking at, you can direct him or her to a specific page without them ever touching the iPad. However, it's also very intuitive, so we don't think you would ever have to resort to that, but it's an option in case you need it.


What devices do you support?

The deposing lawyer can conduct the deposition from a computer with most modern web browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Internet Explorer 10+). All other participants may use a laptop, an iPad (any generation), or an Android tablet (requires v4.2 of the OS, a.k.a. Jelly Bean).

Other Questions

There’s a feature I want / do you have XYZ feature?

If you can do it with paper then you can do it with our software. If you have a specific question or feature request that is not covered on our website please contact us below and we will respond shortly.

How much does the service cost?

We would be happy to provide a customized quote for you. Please fill in the form below or give us a call us at 512-348-6525.

Can I see a demo of the software?

Contact us below to request a demo.

Do you have a free trial?

We can set you up with a 7-day trial account if you are interested in taking it for a test drive. Please contact us for details.

What kind of support do you offer? Or, what if it breaks during my deposition?

On top of offering 24/7 phone and email support, we know when depositions are going on and have staff monitoring these events. We've had depositions take place around the globe as far away as South Korea. And as an AgileLaw customer, we will provide you with the cell phone number of not only your account rep, but also the CEO.

How can I save money?

This depends on several things, such as how much you travel, how much you’re spending on printing costs, and court reporter fees being the big ones. There’s also a savings associated with preparation and improved efficiency during the deposition.

We take security seriously

Our application is designed to protect you and your clients’ confidential information. With our comprehensive approach to security, you never have to worry about your data ending up in the wrong hands.

Document Encryption

All document exhibits uploaded to our system are encrypted using strong AES-256 encryption algorithms and can only be decrypted by you or someone within your law firm. No one outside your organization, including AgileLaw’s own employees, ever have access to your clients’ confidential information.

User Security Policies

Users must choose a strong password and automatic lockouts are enforced when incorrect passwords are repeatedly entered. We don’t allow the browser to save your login, which eliminates access from a stolen or compromised computer. If you leave your computer unattended for an extended period, you will be automatically logged out.

Data Purging

When you delete a document or cancel your service, we only keep a copy of your data for a limited period of time (to allow you to restore data that was unintentionally deleted). After that grace period, all deleted data is completely purged and no trace of it will ever exist on our servers. In instances where you may want the data purged immediately, we give you a way to manually opt out of the grace period.


Our servers have SSL certificates signed by GoDaddy, the world’s largest domain name registrar, so all data transferred between a user and our servers are encrypted, with security matching or exceeding that used by financial institutions. We also have an A+ rating from SSL Labs.

Network Security

External access to our servers is controlled by multiple layers of firewalls, intrusion protection systems and routers, and is configured and monitored according to industry best practices.

Data Protection

We back up customer data on a daily basis, in addition to a continuous off-site backup solution for real-time data protection.

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Data security is a core part of Disco’s engineering and operations processes.


Data arrives at Disco from customers by secure FTP or on an encrypted hard drive. Data is protected using SHA-1 key exchange, AES-256 encryption, and TLS, SSH, and SCP for transfers. Data is protected both in transit and on disk at Disco data centers.

Physical Security

Disco data centers in the United States are operated by APH Inc. (Codero) and are SSAE 16 SOC 1 and SAS 70 Type II audited and PCI DSS compliant. All data centers have 24x7 on-site security and network-operations-center staff. Disco maintains automated intrusion detection systems that report data breaches and security risks to Disco’s engineering team in real time.


In the United States, Disco maintains one primary data center and secondary data centers. The primary data center includes live database servers and file storage as well as hot backups. All data is replicated in real time to the secondary data center.

Data Deletion

At the end of a matter, Disco provides a 30-day period for customers to archive and download data. When that period ends, Disco ends all user access, deletes the data from its servers, and completely overwrites the storage to ensure that no data can be recovered.

Access Control

Only full-time Disco employees in engineering or operations who have undergone background checks, completed Disco engineering security or operations security training, and are subject to confidentiality agreements with Disco have access to client data. All activity in Disco databases, and all transfers into and out of Disco data centers, are logged for future audit.

Access to Disco databases by non-Disco users is controlled by you. When a database is created, Disco creates an administrator account as directed on the Disco New Data Form. The administrator can then add and remove additional users, set their privilege levels, and create separate databases as necessary to control user access to data. All access is through the Disco user interface; no users have direct access to Disco servers or databases or other “backend” access.

Disco Security Best Practices: Get the details on how Disco protects your information with up-to-date security technology, security certifications, and industry best practices.

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Data Sheets

Company Overview

Concise overview of the key advantages and differentiators that make Disco the ediscovery solution lawyers love.

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Fact Sheet

Get the fast facts on Disco, the fastest growing ediscovery solution in North America today.

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Top Reasons Why Lawyers Love Disco

Top Reasons Why Lawyers Love Disco

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Top Reasons Litigation Support Loves Disco

Top Reasons Litigation Support Loves Disco

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White Papers

How to pick ediscovery software

A step-by-step guide on how to evaluate and choose an ediscovery solution that best fits your firm.

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Disco Security Best Practices

Get the details on how Disco protects your information with up-to-date security technology, security certifications, and industry best practices.

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Disco Processing

Get a detailed look at how Disco works to make you and your firm more productive.

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Analyst Reports

Speed Test: Disco vs Relativity

See how much faster Disco’s ediscovery solution performs search and reviews compared with Relativity - up to 10 times faster.

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Cut ediscovery TCO by two-thirds

Find out how Disco’s ediscovery solution can reduce your Total Cost of Ownership by 65% in this comparative analysis.

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Anatomy of a Decision

See why Blue Hill Research calls Disco the next generation in ediscovery technology.

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AgileLaw is an authorized reseller of the Disco ediscovery software platform. Contact us to request a product demo and learn why Disco is the fastest, easiest, and most efficient ediscovery solution.

Reduce costs by 50%

Disco significantly reduces ediscovery costs at a time when clients are demanding lower pricing. One price includes full processing. No hidden costs or add on service charges. You can predict your costs with confidence.

10 times faster

Disco delivers 1/3 second search and 1/10 second document navigation. That’s 10x faster than competing products on even the largest multi-TB datasets.

All-in-one solution

Disco lets you perform everything from your desk with three screens: search, review, and production. Easy intuitive interface is consistent across all projects.

No software/hardware expense

Disco Software-as-a-Service means you don’t have to buy, install and maintain software or hardware — a huge savings in time and expense.

“I think only a lawyer really understands what you’re going through when you’re in the middle of discovery. We had been using Relativity but we chose Disco for its ease of use.”

Erin Pikoff

Senior Attorney, Litchfield Cavo LLP

See why Disco is the fastest-growing ediscovery solution, used by 300+ law firms, enterprises, and government units, including 40 of the AmLaw 200.


Rapid Search

Run searches faster from a single search box. Combine keyword, Boolean, phrase, field, wildcard, fuzzy, and proximity searches using familiar Westlaw- and Lexis-style search syntax.


Instant Review

Fly through reviews with instant views of near native documents. Easily apply tags, view and navigate through email conversations, apply redactions, add document notes, and so much more.


Comprehensive Production

Run unlimited digital productions from your desk. Select documents by choosing tags to include or exclude, using a saved search or a search from your search history. Store and search productions in multiple matters from one database.

Getting started with Disco ediscovery is easy

Send Disco your data

Send your collected case data in native format or productions received from opposing counsel by hard drive or secure FTP.

Disco automates all processing

Disco handles all processing automatically, including file unpacking, deNISTing, text and metadata extraction, imaging all documents, and more.

Start your search and review

Access Disco on any web browser to perform searches and reviews and produce results in all formats right from your desk.

“Love the accessibility, the fact that documents load quickly, and that I can customize tags and production.”

Jessica Palmer

Norris McLaughlin & Marcus

See how Disco is transforming ediscovery for the ultimate competitive advantage.


Collaborative Litigation Planning

AgileLaw’s consultants will work with your legal and technology departments to create a Discovery Plan and ensure that inside and outside counsel have access to appropriate protocols and workflows at the commencement of each matter. In addition, we can provide subject matter experts to assist with data privacy and cyber security, and compliance and risk assessment.

Unparalleled Industry Expertise

AgileLaw’s Consulting Group is comprised of industry experts that serve in-house counsel, outside counsel, IT and other businesses alike. As former litigators and attorneys, many of our experts understand the importance of the situations presented and ensure that the end goals are kept in mind throughout the handling of a matter.

Dedicated to the Long-term Success of our Clients

By developing a long-term discovery management initiative and implementing proactive litigation preparedness methods, AgileLaw can help you create a more defensible climate for both current and future litigation, foster improved transparency in your litigation management efforts across all teams, gain better control over e-discovery processing and review costs, and reduce the risk of sanctions and further exposure.


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