Slide 2
Slide 3
Slide 4

Digital Reef Customers


Using Digital Reef's software, we're able to provide our corprate clients with legally defensible, full scale, on-site collection and processing services at significantly faster speeds and lower costs than traditional on-site eDiscovery work.

Peter Mansmann
CEO, Precise Inc.

Early Case Assessment: Changes in eDiscovery

Video 1 of a 4 part panel. This first video introduces the topic "Early Case Assessment, is it working?" In this video clip industry experts share experiences with eDiscovery and address some major changes in the industry. To view the other videos visit our resources page. Watch Now

Secure Data Center

Digital Reef maintains a world class SAS 70 certified, type 2 data center. View a tour now. Watch Now

Preparing eDiscovery Data for Review

Part 1/3 of panel with industry experts: Chris Dale, The eDisclosure Information Project, Steve Akers, Founder/CTO of Digital Reef and Peter Mansmann, CEO of Precise Litigation. To view the rest of the panel visit the video tab under resources. Watch Now

How Legal Service Providers use Digital Reef

Steve Akers, CTO and Founder of Digital Reef, speaks on how Legal Service Providers use Digital Reef's solution. Watch Now

eDiscovery Solution: A Customer Testimonial

Peter Mansmann, Esq., CEO of Precise Litigation Technologies, shares why Digital Reef works. Watch Now

The Sedona Conference

St. Louis, MO March 22-23
The Sedona Conference® Institute is pleased to present its Sixth Annual Program on Staying Ahead of the eDiscovery Curve. This year's program will provide a rare opportunity to gain valuable insight into best practices and strategies for eDiscovery to meet judicial expectations while reducing costs.   Read More

Making the Most of Delaware's New eDiscovery Rules

On December 8, 2011, the Delaware federal courts adopted a "Default Standard for Discovery, Including Discovery of Electronically Stored Information ('ESI')” – commonly referred to as the “Default Standard”.[1] This article describes the new Default Standard for e-discovery and offers practical tips for practitioners.  Read More

LegalTech NY Wrap-Up: Assisted Technology Review

The unofficial theme of this years LegalTech New York Show was “Assisted Technology Review,” otherwise known as Predictive Coding, or more recently referred to as Predictive Priority TM. Read More

The State of eDiscovery 2011

As our electronic devices continue to evolve, so will the need for our eDiscovery solutions. Cloud based technologies tend to have a lot of concern about security, yet many people enjoy the cost savings, functionality, and ease of use.  Read More

Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Cloud Computing

Switching to a cloud can save money by lowering IT and data center support costs, improving performance and scalability, and reducing storage costs. However, stakeholders and counsel should be cognizant that cloud computing presents various legal issues around control and custody of data, data preservation and collection, data review and production, and of course, attorney-client privilege. Read More

Are Email’s Day’s Numbered?

There are those who wonder when email will be supplanted by Facebook messaging, or LinkedIN messages, or by some social media site we perhaps don’t know about quite yet. In a recent blog post, Jeremiah Owyang writes about how he views the days of email being numbered. He writes that Facebook is often the preferred communication mechanism for avid Facebook users, and that the average age of a Facebook user is now advancing above the age of 35 years. Read More

Predictive Priority Digital Reef

Featured Webinar

Social Media
The Intersection of case law, data privacy and practical discovery. View the Webinar Now