Amanda M. Moeller



Amanda is a talented litigation attorney with over a decade of experience in information law matters.  She utilizes her extensive eDiscovery background to advise clients on: negotiating eDiscovery protocols; responding to eDiscovery requests; overseeing and participating in fact development and investigations, including custodial interviews, the identification of structured and unstructured data, and support of motion and trial practice; and resolving privilege disputes.  Amanda strategically counsels her clients on issues including the identification, collection, review, and production of electronically stored information (ESI) for litigations and investigations across multiple countries.  She is also skilled at managing large-scale domestic and cross-border managed review projects, including the coordination of data collection, management of document review and production, and preparation of privilege logs.  She has significant experience with the Relativity review platform.

In addition to litigation matters, Amanda also has broad experience advising clients regarding an array of information governance issues.  Some of Amanda’s recent information governance experience includes:

  • Leading a company-wide assessment of information governance and eDiscovery processes and practices for a national retailer
  • Developing litigation hold processes
  • Developing information governance policies and records retention schedules
  • Providing guidance and recommendations about information governance and discovery considerations concerning the use of Artificial Intelligence in business settings
  • Advising clients regarding the effective and defensible use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) and participating in the preparation of a state-of-the-art TAR workflow and training program and model TAR protocols for in house attorneys and dozens of the client’s outside counsel
  • Drafting eDiscovery best practices guidelines for use at companies
  • Developing document review workflows and protocols

Prior to joining Redgrave LLP, Amanda worked as counsel for Dentons US LLP where she was a member of the eDiscovery and Information Governance Practice for the U.S. Region.


Amanda is a member of ARMA International and Women in eDiscovery.


Amanda received her J.D. from DePaul University College of Law, and her B.A., cum laude, from Valparaiso University.  She is admitted to practice in Illinois.