March 2022

In the recent Legaltech News article, “3 Ways Keyword Search Might be Failing Lawyers in E-Discovery,” Martin Tully discusses how increased use of collaboration platforms highlights the need to move beyond keyword search approaches to eDiscovery. … To be sure, keyword searches will have a role in lawyers’ data reviews, noted Redgrave partner Martin Tully. “Keywords aren’t going away, you use them...
In the recent Legaltech News article, “Consilio Lawsuit Highlights Common E-Discovery Risk: Over-Collecting Data,” Jonathan Redgrave addresses the complicated nature of the eDiscovery and the tendency to use over-collection as a substitute for a comprehensive eDiscovery strategy. … To be sure, collections isn’t only challenging for e-discovery software.  Insufficiently planned protocols or...
On Friday, March 11, 2022, Martin T. Tully will participate in the Legalweek 2022 panel, “Search 2.0: Integrating AI with Keywords to Revolutionize Document Search.”  The panel will discuss the limitations of keyword search and the potential benefits of new AI-powered approaches to eDiscovery. Legalweek is an annual gathering of thousands of legal professionals that focuses on emerging legal...
On March 2, 2022, Martin T. Tully will participate in the webinar, “Today’s Cybersecurity Modern Warfare Defensive Strategy,” hosted by Guidepoint Security and Tenable.  Martin will discuss the advantages of shifting from an incident-based assessment of cyber risk to a more holistic conversation about business resilience.  More information on this event here.

February 2022

We are honored that Chambers & Partners has once again recognized Redgrave LLP as the only Top Tier (Band 1) law firm in E-Discovery & Information Governance in its 2022 Global Guide.  As a trailblazer in the dynamic area of Information Law, the Firm is proud to be a leader in the development of innovative solutions to issues arising at the intersection of the law and technology.  We are...
On February 23, 2022, Martin T. Tully will participate in the panel, “Discovery Scoping and Proportionality Analysis Just Got Easier,” hosted by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS).  The panel, which consists of corporate, law firm, provider, and judiciary perspectives, will discuss Discovery Proportionality Model: A New Framework recently released for public comment by...
Redgrave LLP celebrates David Shonka’s appointment as Chair of the Steering Committee of the Sedona Conference Working Group on International Electronic Information Management, Discovery, and Disclosure (WG6).  When asking him to serve, the Steering Committee recognized the significance of David’s previous contributions to the Committee’s work, as well as his ability to organize and lead others...

January 2022

Mollie Nichols, formerly head of advanced client data solutions at Hogan Lovells, is becoming the new CEO of Redgrave Data, which will focus on developing custom solutions to address clients’ complex data and e-discovery needs. Legaltech News - January 26, 2022 By Rhys Dipshan Over the past few years, a growing number of law firms have entered the “new law” market by launching tech-focused...
Chantilly, VA (January 26, 2022) - Redgrave LLP, the premier law firm focusing exclusively on eDiscovery and information law, is pleased to announce the creation of, and a unique partnership with, Redgrave Strategic Data Solutions LLC (“Redgrave Data”).  With innovative services and solutions centered at the intersection of the law, technology, and science, Redgrave Data reimagines how data is...
On January 26, 2022, David C. Shonka will lead the panel, “Scope and Limits of Government Investigations of a Data Breach,” as part of the PLI Program, “Government Investigations 2022: Investigations Arising from Data Breach and Privacy Concerns and Parallel Proceedings.”  David’s panel will focus on the following key questions: What conduct might give rise to a data breach investigation? Why is...

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