Diana M. Fasching


Industry Experience:

Diana brings more than 15 years of experience in the field of eDiscovery and information governance to her role as a Managing Director at Redgrave LLP. With a professional background that spans both legal and corporate environments, along with a Master of Science in Software Engineering, she has a unique understanding of the significance information plays in litigation and information governance today and the associated challenges impacting and influencing information technology.  Diana serves as Co-Chair of the Firm's Management Committee.

Diana collaborates with clients’ legal, business, and information technology teams to understand complex technical systems and the associated data management challenges. This enables Diana to make informed assessments and recommendations as well as provide explanations of the key facts and issues to non-technical audiences. From conducting records management and discovery readiness gap analyses to contributing to the development of legacy data disposition plans, Diana plays an integral role in identifying issues and recommending solutions related to the life cycle of information and the integration of emerging technologies.

Diana is an integral member of multiple client service teams.  Her work has included large-scale corporate discovery matters involving Fortune 100 clients, and she has collaborated with Am Law 100 co-counsel firms.  

Diana’s work experience includes:

  • Guiding the defensible migration of data and subsequent decommissioning of legacy systems
  • Assisting with the defensible disposition of data, which involves understanding the capabilities and limitations of existing systems and storage platforms and designing programs that lead to data minimization while also safeguarding data that organizations must keep for records retention or legal preservation purposes
  • Helping clients that have experienced inadvertent data loss to understand (in lay terms) the how, when, why, and impact of the data loss, which involves digging deeply into complex technologies, including orphaned or legacy systems that no longer have a readily available subject matter expert
  • Integrating the technology aspects of complex legal issues to advance defensibility, reasonableness, and proportionality in information law matters
  • Providing informal mentorship to clients’ information technology teams on the importance of preservation, search/retrieval, and collection of data for litigation and investigation matters
  • Leading vendor RFP projects in collaboration with clients, including planning and participation in Proof-of-Concept evaluations
  • Implementing in-house archiving and discovery solutions, including testing and troubleshooting technical issues impacting the discovery process
  • Developing and implementing reasonable sampling strategies
  • Managing the development of work product analysis and documentation relating to a national counsel engagement for litigation and information governance

Organizational Involvement & Memberships:

Diana is a member of ARMA International and the ARMA Triangle Chapter.


Diana received a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an M.S. in Software Engineering from the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities.