Victoria A. Redgrave

Managing Partner, Chair of the Executive Committee and Co-Chair of the Management Committee | Washington, D.C.

Industry Experience:

Victoria (“Vickie”) brings to the Firm a unique combination of skills and experience as in-house litigation counsel for three major corporations, outside counsel at an Am Law 100 firm, and general counsel at a technology company.  At Redgrave, Vickie consults with law firms and legal departments regarding national and global eDiscovery and information governance best practices and operations.  She also provides litigation consulting services and has served as an Expert Witness for various high-stakes litigation matters.  Vickie is the Firm's Managing Partner and serves as Chair of the Executive Committee and Co-Chair of the Management Committee.

Vickie’s prior work experience has included working in-house for a global e-cigarette company as Associate General Counsel - Litigation, eDiscovery, & Information Governance; serving as Vice President, Practice Development & General Counsel for Technology Concepts & Design, Inc. (TCDI); serving as Managing Counsel–Litigation for The Dow Chemical Company; and leading the litigation team at Cummins Inc. as Senior Counsel–Litigation.  She was a lawyer at Barnes & Thornburg early in her legal career.

Her in-house experience has been instrumental in helping Vickie provide practical and insightful guidance to clients.  Critically, she led teams of lawyers and other professionals in meeting important enterprise needs and objectives.  Vickie’s background includes leading the Products Liability Group at The Dow Chemical Company, which involved supervising a team of attorneys and paralegals responsible for managing all product liability litigation matters in North America.  Her work at Dow also included managing the company’s Discovery Practice Group, with responsibilities in this role ranging from the global enterprise-wide assessment of the company’s capabilities and exposure regarding compliance with federal and state procedural rules regarding discovery of electronically stored information to the development and implementation of a comprehensive litigation response plan for electronic discovery.  Vickie led the selection and implementation of technologies for electronic discovery and matter/information management.  She also counseled the company’s information systems team on issues related to email management, server security, and data privacy.  Her work at her other in-house positions similarly provided Vickie with a broad range of experiences addressing the intersection of corporate needs, legal requirements, and technology opportunities and complications.

Organizational Involvement & Memberships:

Vickie has been a member of The Sedona Conference® Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG1), The Defense Research Institute (DRI), the American College of e-Neutrals, the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).


Vickie received her J.D., summa cum laude, from the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law and a B.S., magna cum laude, from the University of Indianapolis.  Vickie is admitted to practice in Michigan and the District of Columbia.