We recognize that any “rankings” of lawyers is secondary to results for our clients, and we keep our focus on achieving excellence in that regard every day.  We also remain committed to advocating for practical eDiscovery standards and developing innovative client-centric technology and business solutions. 

With that context, it is nonetheless humbling that, for the third year in a row, Redgrave LLP is the only law firm to earn a top tier (Band 1) ranking in the E-Discovery & Information Governance category in Chambers and Partners' 2022 edition of Chambers USA.  Of the Firm, Chambers USA writes:

Market-leading national firm with a dedicated focus on the field of information law, encompassing e-discovery, information governance and all related concerns.  Boasts a deep bench of highly experienced attorneys recognized for their thought leadership across the space.  Retained by several major clients, including Fortune 100 companies, for advice on internal processes regarding the use and storage of data.  Also assists with collection, review and production for investigations.  Expertise in discovery includes litigating on behalf of clients in court.

Additionally, Chambers USA identifies the Firm’s strengths as follows:

"No matter how complicated or challenging the issue, Redgrave always provides thoughtful and meaningful advice and guidance."

"Redgrave has a team of highly skilled attorneys and professionals focused specifically on information, e-discovery, and general information matters.  It is their focus, not an afterthought." 

Erica Zolner, a member of the Firm’s Management Committee, noted: “We are again honored to be recognized by peers in Chambers USA as the top eDiscovery and information governance law firm in the country.  The relentless pursuit of excellence in our work is a Redgrave core value, and the Band 1 recognition affirms our entire team’s depth of knowledge, breadth of experience, and commitment to client service.”

The Firm is also pleased to announce that five Redgrave team members were individually recognized and ranked in Chambers USA, making Redgrave LLP the most recognized firm in the E-Discovery & Information Governance category.

Jonathan M. Redgrave is ranked as a Star Individual, a recognition Chambers awards lawyers “with exceptional recommendations in their field.”  Chambers USA says about Mr. Redgrave:

Managing partner Jonathan Redgrave regularly advises clients on compliance issues and high-stakes litigation, and his expertise sees him routinely appointed a special master.  "Jonathan is a national leader in this field."  "He has led this space for a long time and will lead it as long as he wishes to lead it.  He is thoughtful, strategic, he deploys very interesting strategies and talented team members to solve very perplexing problems and serves his clients very well."

Christopher Q. King, Partner at the Firm, is ranked in Band 3.  Chambers USA writes about Mr. King:

Christopher King has a client base of household-name companies, which he assists with information governance and e-discovery.  "Christopher has a depth and breadth of knowledge in the records and information governance counseling that has been invaluable for me in my practice.  He always takes into account the specific risk tolerance and regulatory nuance of the particular industry in which I am working."  "It has been a pleasure to work with Chris King.  The advice and guidance he has provided to our company has been invaluable, and I always trust him to provide realistic and practical guidance about complex and complicated issues."

Gareth T. Evans, Partner at the Firm, is ranked in Band 4.  Chambers USA writes about Mr. Evans:

Due to his knowledge of ESI, Gareth Evans is regularly chosen as counsel by clients seeking assistance with the discovery aspects of high-profile litigation.  

David C. Shonka, Partner at the Firm, is ranked in Band 4.  Chambers USA says about Mr. Shonka:

David Shonka brings his prior knowledge of the FTC to investigations and litigation, making him the counsel of choice for many significant companies seeking advice on information governance and e-discovery.

Martin T. Tully, Partner at the Firm, is ranked in Band 4.  Chambers USA says about Mr. Tully:

Martin Tully leverages extensive knowledge of e-discovery to advise clients on commercial litigation.

Click here to visit the 2022 edition of Chambers USA for the full details about the Firm’s rankings and editorial commentary.

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 annual Chambers USA guide is widely read by industry-leading companies and organizations across the nation.

Redgrave LLP is one of the largest legal practices focused exclusively on addressing the legal challenges that arise at the intersection of the law and technology, including eDiscovery, information governance, data privacy, and cybersecurity.  The Firm provides practical, innovative, and cost-effective solutions to clients across a diverse array of industries.  Redgrave LLP also works collaboratively with Am Law 100 law firms in a wide range of roles, and Firm lawyers have appeared in state and federal courts throughout the United States. 

Redgrave LLP has office locations in Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, Cleveland, Chicago, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.