Redgrave LLP, the premier law firm focusing exclusively on eDiscovery and information law, is proud to announce that three of the Firm’s attorneys have been ranked nationally for Litigation: E-Discovery in Chambers USA 2019, a leading resource guide for businesses seeking external legal counsel in the United States.  In addition, three attorneys also are ranked in Chambers Global 2019 for Litigation: E-Discovery – USA.

Jonathan M. Redgrave, managing partner of the Firm, is again ranked as the only “star” practitioner in the area, which Chambers awards to lawyers “with exceptional recommendations in their field.”  Chambers USA’s editorial says:

Firm founding partner Jonathan Redgrave is identified as being at the forefront of e-discovery matters and “an absolute superstar” by market sources. His outstanding practice encompasses complex litigation, compliance and advisory work on behalf of multinational corporations. He adeptly handles multidistrict, national and international litigation that incorporates cross-border discovery, and is routinely appointed as a special master. One commentator reports: “He's brilliant; he really has the ability to identify and tackle complex issues and find solutions.”

Chambers Global’s editorial says about Mr. Redgrave:

Chantilly-based founding partner Jonathan Redgrave of Redgrave LLP is considered the pre-eminent e-discovery lawyer in the country. “Jonathan Redgrave stands out, as his reputation suggests, as a quick thinker and is a formidable foe in any litigation context,” remarks one client. He has an extensive record advising companies on complex e-discovery issues and representing clients in the highest state and federal courts. Another enthuses: “As an expert he was spot-on. He has a reputation with the federal authorities and judges for excellence and really deep knowledge, which is crucial in this area.”

Kevin F. Brady, of counsel at the Firm, is ranked in Band 2 in the most recent USA listings.  Chambers USA’s editorial says:

The “super smart” Kevin Brady concentrates his highly regarded practice on matters relating to complex litigation and information governance. His longstanding experience includes being called upon as court-appointed expert adviser for cases involving extensive discovery disputes. Sources identify him as a “wonderful writer.

Chambers Global’s editorial says about Mr. Brady:

Kevin Brady of Redgrave LLP is well recognised in the market, described as “one of the phenomenal individuals, the real deal,” by one peer. He has an excellent reputation for advising clients on electronic discovery, information management and data retention, while also acting in complex litigation.

Redgrave partner Karin S. Jenson is ranked in Band 4 in the most recent USA listing.  Chambers’ USA editorial says:

Karin Jenson is a recent addition to the firm, having previously been in-house at General Motors. She is an extremely well-regarded e-discovery and information governance expert and leads the firm's Cleveland office.

Redgrave partner Christopher Q. King is ranked in Band 4 in the most recent Global listing.  Chambers Global’s editorial says about Mr. King:

Christopher King joined Redgrave LLP in January 2018 as head of the firm's Chicago office. He has considerable experience advising on cross-border data transfer issues and arguing e-discovery motions in complex litigation.

“We are extremely honored that our renowned eDiscovery and information lawyers have earned recognition for their excellent client service in the prestigious Chambers USA and Global  guides,” said Victoria Redgrave, chair of Redgrave’s Executive Committee.  

Mr. Brady, Of Counsel at the Firm as well as the current Chair of the renowned Sedona Conference Working Group 1, added, “The recognition I receive, like those of my colleagues at Redgrave, is a reflection in many ways of being able to work at a Firm where I am surrounded daily by extraordinary talent in our ranks of lawyers, directors and advisors that allow all of us to practice at the highest level for our clients.”

London-based Chambers and Partners annually ranks the leading U.S. firms and attorneys based on in-depth research and interviews with clients and peers.  Chambers ranks individual lawyers in bands 1 (highest) to 6, with all band rankings considered to be a significant achievement.  Chambers assesses attorneys on attributes most valued by clients, including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, and commitment.  The Chambers USA guide is widely read by industry-leading companies and organizations across the nation.