Michael D. Reeve

  • Litigation Technology Manager
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • 2152463143

As the Litigation Technology Manager at A&G, Michael regularly consults with the Firm’s Attorneys and their clients on technical and strategic issues regarding electronic discovery. Michael routinely works with the firm’s litigators on a wide range of cases including complex environmental litigation, complex commercial disputes, IP matters, PI matters and employment discrimination cases.

As a department manager at A&G, Michael is responsible for the firm wide coordination and promotion of litigation technology, the identification and evaluation of new litigation technology products and services and the management of litigation practice support staff.

Michael has over 20 years of experience working in the field of litigation and is well versed in all phases of discovery and evidence management with expert knowledge of legal software platforms such as Summation, CaseVantage, LexisNexis Concordance, Introspect, IConect, Sanction, Trial Director, LAW Pre-discovery and Doculex Pro Capture.

Personal

Michael and his wife Terita currently reside in Glenside, Pennsylvania and are both avid musicians.

Education

1986 graduate of Camden County Technical School.

Certifications

CEDS – Certified E-Discovery Specialist.
SCCM – Summation Pro Certified Case Manager.

Professional And Community Involvement

Member of the Association of E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS).
Board Member of the Philadelphia Chapter of ACEDS
Member of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)
Member of the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA).

Articles

  • E-Discovery Obstacles in the Age of Dynamic and Disparate Data Sources, May 23, 2016 New Jersey Law Journal
  • Certifying the Expertise of EDiscovery Specialists, May 5, 2014 New Jersey Law Journal

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