June 2019

Monica McCarroll is serving as a coach during Georgetown Law's eDiscovery Training Academy 2019 at Georgetown University Law Center the week of June 2-7, 2019. The curriculum offers a total immersion in the subject of eDiscovery, and features a highly personalized and interactive instructional approach between students and a renowned faculty.
New York Law Journal has published an article co-authored by Adam Cohen and Ambre McLaughlin about enterprise cloud computing in "A Line in the Clouds: Whose Cybersecurity Goes Where?"  The article examines the risks and responsibilities that legal counsel must have, as well as an understanding of potential legal liability, with the burgeoning use of enterprise cloud service providers (CSPs).

May 2019

Partner David Shonka is presenting on a panel at the Cleveland Marshall 2019 Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, on May 30, 2019. His panel will examine the issues raised in the FTC’s recent hearings on consumer data privacy and the prospects for a comprehensive federal privacy law that could expand the FTC’s authority and possibly preempt state data security and...
Adam Cohen is moderating a panel at Georgetown Law's 7th Annual Cybersecurity Law Institute program on May 22-24, 2019.  The session "Testing Yours, and Their, Cybersecurity" will examine the different processes used to test a company’s cyber maturity, including risk assessments, vulnerability scanning, and penetration tests.
Partner Mathea Bulander and director Thomas Seymour will discuss discovery and evidence Issues with the Internet of Things (IoT) in a teleconference for National Business Institute on May 14. They will explain how tools such as smartphones and smartwatches collect and store data that can be useful in litigation, covering preservation, discovery, privacy, authentication issues, and more.
David C. Shonka co-authored a paper “Employee Data Gets Promoted: What are the GDPR’s Impacts on Employee Data, and What Should US Employers Do?” for the National Symposium of the Technology in the Practice and Workplace Committee held by the ABA on April 10-12, 2019.  The article provides a high-level overview of the evolving privacy landscape, highlighting some of the particular challenges that...
Partner Christine Payne is featured in Legaltech News' Q&A article, discussing why companies should consider ridding themselves of unneeded data, why ineffective privilege logs are costly, and the impact of expected different state by state privacy requirements.
Legaltech News’ slideshow on “5 E-Discovery Challenges That Won't Be Going Away Any Time Soon” includes perspective from Managing Partner, Jonathan Redgrave.  He notes that, despite a Logikcull report that showed the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 37(e) and developing expertise by legal practitioners were de-risking eDiscovery, “I don’t think it necessarily de-risks the environment, [but]...
Monica McCarroll, Of Counsel, is a panelist at the first Women in eDiscovery 2019 Conference in Austin, Texas, May 8-10, 2019.  The panel will focus on ESI negotiations, sharing negotiating tactics in the technical world, and discussing the meet and confer readiness from both the Plaintiff’s and the Defendant’s perspectives with a live performance of a meet and confer.  Women in eDiscovery brings...
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...

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