January 2021

Redgrave LLP is pleased to announce the promotions of Sarah E. Mahoney and Cricket H. Wood.  Effective January 1, 2021, the Firm has promoted Sarah to Managing Director and Cricket to Director.    As Managing Director, Sarah will continue to use her in-depth knowledge of eDiscovery and legal technology software to consult with clients on a wide range of legal and business needs, including...

December 2020

Gareth Evans will participate as a panelist at the Corporate Counsel Business Journal's Inner Circle E-Discovery Event on December 9, 2020.  Gareth's panel, "Demystifying AI - Robotic Process Automation (RPA) - Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks and Natural Language Processing (NLP)," will provide an interactive, robust, and peer-driven conversation about the everyday legal,...

November 2020

The Best Lawyers in America® has selected Gareth Evans as a leading attorney in Southern California.  Gareth has been recognized for his experience in the field of Securities/Capital Markets Law, and he is widely known as a skilled and experienced eDiscovery litigator and advisor.  The 2021 Edition of Southern California’s Best Lawyers highlights the top talent in six metro areas: Inland Empire,...
Christine Payne will participate as a panelist at the 2020 Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute on November 12, 2020. Christine’s panel, “Business as (Un)Usual: How COVID-19 Has Changed and Will Change the Practice of eDiscovery,” will explore how eDiscovery practices have changed in the face of COVID-19 and provide a vision of what follows in the aftermath of the coronavirus. The panelists will...
Four Redgrave LLP attorneys, Gareth T. Evans, Christopher Q. King, Hon. Nan R. Nolan, and Jonathan M. Redgrave, have been recognized by Who’s Who Legal (“WWL”) as 2020 Global Leaders: Litigation - E-Discovery and 2020 Thought Leaders - Litigation. WWL has also recognized Jonathan Redgrave as a Global Elite Thought Leader: Litigation - E-Discovery. The 2020 WWL guide ranked these Redgrave...

October 2020

On Thursday, October 22, 2020, David C. Shonka will participate in a panel at the 2020 Boise Valley ARMA Meeting.  The panel will tackle the topic, “Privacy & Data Security Regulation: Implications for RIM & IG,” and provide a detailed overview of the RIM and IG impacts of privacy and data security regulations.  Privacy and data security laws have been adopted in almost every state, and a...
On October 13, 2020, Jonathan M. Redgrave will moderate a key panel at the Electronic Discovery Institute's 10th Anniversary Leadership Summit.  The panel, "Privilege Logs: Episode IV A NEW HOPE," will discuss whether there is any hope for solving the conundrum of the ineffective and overly expensive privilege log.  With requesting parties advocating more and more for granular “and perhaps...
Published in Law360 Several BigLaw alums sat in a pub after an Inns of Court meeting, reminiscing and wondering why so much time and money is spent on discovery fights with opposing counsel. "It wasn't always this way," they mused. One noted that Chief Justice John Roberts said several years ago that the "pretrial process must provide parties with efficient access to what is needed to prove a...

September 2020

On September 17, 2020, David Shonka will speak on the State Regulatory Developments panel during the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 2020 Online Cybersecurity & Privacy Protection Conference.  The panel will discuss the new wave of state privacy and cybersecurity laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act, the Ohio Data Protection Act, the newly energized Illinois Biometric Privacy...

August 2020

E-discovery demand is likely to bounce back from the current recession, but who meets that demand, and just how contentious and difficult the work is, may be markedly different from pre-COVID days. In the Legaltech News article “Brave New World: 5 Ways COVID-19 is Changing E-Discovery,” Vanessa Barsanti provides insight on the decrease of discovery fights during COVID-19. E-discovery...

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