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March, 2014

DISH® has announced the last call for submissions for its annual DISH® “Best in Class” eDiscovery Legal Research and Writing Competition. The competition challenges law students address the question: “What changes should be made to the civil discovery rules to better facilitate the just, speedy, and inexpensive resolution of matters?” Read More

Karen Hourigan is panelist on “TAR: What Is It, What Does (and Doesn't) It Do, and Does It Suffice Under the State and Federal Rules?” hosted by The Barristers Litigation Section at The Bar Association of San Francisco Conference Center in San Francisco, CA (EVENT | MARCH 25)

February, 2014

Karen Hourigan presents on “Legal Holds and the Seven Stages of Grief: Moving from ‘Shock and Despair’ to ‘Acceptance and Hope’” at The Hospitality Law Conference in Houston, TX (EVENT | FEBRUARY 12)

January, 2014

Victoria Redgrave, founder and managing partner of Redgrave LLP is profiled in POSHSEVEN's "Women To Watch" feature series.

December, 2013

Jonathan Redgrave participated in “A Forum for Understanding and Comment on the Proposed Federal Rules Amendments” conference sponsored by IAALS, Denver University, Denver, Colorado (EVENT | DECEMBER 5-6)

Keltie Hays Peay presented on “Reforming Archaic Discovery Rules on a Federal Level” to the Civil Justice Task Force of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) at the organization’s annual States and Nation Policy Summit, Washington, D.C. (EVENT | DECEMBER 6)

November, 2013

Jonathan Redgrave is panelist on “Ten Years After - Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going?” The 10th Annual Georgetown Law’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute: Applying Lessons from the Last Decade to Challenges in the Next in McLean, VA (EVENT | NOVEMBER 21-22)

Mollie C. Nichols is a panelist on "Predictive Coding Pessimists and Promoters" during the Technology in the Law Symposium, McDermott Will & Emery's inaugural conference designed for in-house counsel and other e-discovery professionals co-sponsored by the E-discovery Committee of the D.C. Bar Litigation Section, in Washington, DC (EVENT | NOVEMBER 13)

October, 2013

Jonathan Redgrave presents on "Preventing a Cross-Border E-Discovery Disaster" during live Exterro Webinar (EVENT | OCTOBER 9)

Jonathan Redgrave moderates “Making e-Discovery Work in Your Case-A Lawyer’s Professional and Ethical Responsibilities” at the 2013 District Court Conference: Creativity and the Courts (with Hon. Lisa Margaret Smith, Henry J. Kelston, and Steven M. Richard) in Providence RI (EVENT | OCTOBER 10)