February 2020

If your organization has or is in the process of moving to M365, you know that Microsoft frequently introduces new features and retires existing features that can impact existing corporate processes and workflows.  Since keeping track of these changes can be difficult, Redgrave LLP wants to draw your attention to a recent announcement that could result in the need for modifications to your...

January 2020

The Legaltech News article “The Need for Continuing Federal Judiciary Education Regarding the 2015 FRCP Amendments” highlights “renowned e-discovery firm” Redgrave LLP’s recent amicus briefs on behalf of Lawyers for Civil Justice (LCJ) in support of the defendants’ petition for writ of mandamus and petition for rehearing en banc to overturn the trial court’s discovery order in In re: Actavis...

December 2019

Redgrave LLP, the premier law firm focusing exclusively on eDiscovery and information law, is pleased to announce that managing partner Jonathan Redgrave and partner Gareth Evans were both honored with 2019 Outstanding Contribution awards from Lawyers for Civil Justice (LCJ), a nonprofit organization aimed at making meaningful reforms related to the high costs of litigation in America. Each...
In a Legaltech News article highlighting predictions for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2020, David Shonka provides insight on how this new law may impact the legal industry and future privacy legislation. David Shonka, Redgrave LLP: “Between the CCPA and a new draft initiative to further restrict data-collecting companies, California will continue to lead the charge in privacy in...
The Federal Lawyer has published an article co-authored by Kevin Brady, France Jaffe, and Sarah Mahoney, discussing the migration of the emoji and emoticon from personal texts and social media to business and the courtroom.  The article, "Emoji: Their Role in Discovery and Trial," highlights the new challenges and decisions the integration of these types of communication into the workplace...

November 2019

Redgrave LLP is proud to announce that partners Mathea K.E. Bulander and Christine P. Payne, and managing director Staci D. Kaliner were named to the 2019 “Women Worth Watching” list published by Profiles in Diversity Journal. “We are delighted that Mathea, Christine, and Staci have been recognized for their accomplishments by Profiles in Diversity Journal’s annual ‘Women Worth Watching’ awards...

October 2019

Chris King is speaking on “Collecting & Processing Ephemeral Data” as a panelist at the annual eDiscovery conference Relativity Fest in Chicago on October 22, 2019. The session will include discussion on best practices for legal approaches and strategy regarding ephemeral data in investigations, discovery, and litigation, as well as challenges to the legal community.
Monica McCarroll is speaking on October 15 on “Hot Topics in eDiscovery” in Richmond, Va. as a panelist for Driven’s Speaker Series.

September 2019

Jonathan Redgrave and Dan Nichols are presenting at PREX 2019 on September 18 in Chicago.  Jonathan will be a panelist for “The Role of Special Masters in Ediscovery” and Dan is speaking on “Creating a Playbook for Success.”  Redgrave LLP is a sponsor of PREX, which assembles leaders in the eDiscovery community to address and deliver technical, process, and planning needs, and actionable...
Monica McCarroll is presenting on “Essentials of E-Discovery” for Virginia CLE on Sept. 16 (noon – 2pm ET) and Oct. 7 (3pm – 5pm ET).  Attendees will receive an overview of notable eDiscovery decisions and state and federal rules addressing eDiscovery; learn about the key phases of eDiscovery; discover best practices and emerging trends involving the concepts of reasonableness, proportionality,...

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