April 2019

Victoria Redgrave, Jonathan Redgrave, and Lisa Lukaszewski authored an article published in the April/May 2019 issue of Practical Law: The Journal, “Drafting a Document Retention Policy.”  The article offers advice, requirements, and guidance on key issues that counsel must understand when preparing an effective policy for managing company information from creation through destruction.  
Tamara Karel, Counsel in Redgrave's Cleveland office, will be participating in three panel discussions during the Sixth Annual Innovation in eDiscovery Conference on April 11, 2019 in San Francisco.  Tamara will be providing case law updates on several relevant issues, including shifting the costs of discovery, privilege, communication, the cloud, and privacy.  She will discuss issues related to...
LegalTech News’ article on pending privacy regulations in Brazil raises questions about its implementation and enforcement. Despite uncertainties surrounding the impact of Brazil’s General Data Privacy Law (LGPD) set to go into effect in August 2020, David Shonka says Brazil is at the forefront of Latin American countries and privacy rights, and he comments on integral issues about data...
Redgrave LLP, the premier law firm focusing exclusively on eDiscovery and information law, is proud to announce that Adam I. Cohen has joined the firm as a Partner in New York. With more than 20 years of experience in law and technology, Adam is certified as an Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), and an Ethical Hacker (CEH). He assists clients...

March 2019

Legaltech News’ article on a report by eDiscovery software provider Logikcull that sanctions have dropped since the 2015 amendment to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 37(e) includes insight from managing partner Jonathan Redgrave. He said the change didn’t eliminate the risk of sanctions for spoliation of evidence, “(But) it gave a better framework for parties and counsel to understand what...
In a recent decision from the United States Supreme Court, Rimini Street v. Oracle USA, Inc., the Court addressed the issue of whether in a Copyright Act case, expenses not included within the six categories of costs in 28 U.S.C. §§ 1821 and 1920 may be awarded against the losing party to litigation.  In the decision, the Supreme Court noted that the Copyright Act does not explicitly authorize...
Citing recent experiences showing that some Federal Trade Commision (FTC) Respondents “are not taking seriously their obligation to provide detailed and timely” compliance reports, the Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Competition, Bruce Hoffman, and the Acting Assistant Director for Compliance, Roberta Baruch, announced in a blog post on March 11, 2019, new language that will be included in future...
Jonathan M. Redgrave, Managing Partner, Redgrave LLP, will speak at the Sunshine Week 2019 celebration on March 11, which commemorates the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Office of Government Information Services (OGIS), which acts as the Federal Freedom of Information Act’s ombudsman. There are 11 speakers scheduled for the event, including two federal judges, which will be held at the...
Karin S. Jenson, Christopher Q. King and Diana Fasching led a webinar on March 14 outlining tips and best practices for implementing Defensible Disposition programs as an alternative to ongoing storage of legacy data records, which could potentially lead to millions of dollars of cost for document collection, review, and production, when (not if) the data ever becomes part of discovery in...
Ben Barnes will speak at the University of Richmond Journal of Law & Technology symposium "Social ESI: Know Your Rights. Secure Your Privacy. Express Yourself” on March 1, 2019.  He will present with James Sherer of BakerHostetler; their topic is “Picking Up the Slack - Legal and Information Governance Considerations for New(er) Technologies.”  The session will address eDiscovery and...

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