Redgrave LLP is proud to announce that partners Mathea K.E. Bulander and Christine P. Payne, and managing director Staci D. Kaliner were named to the 2019 “Women Worth Watching” list published by Profiles in Diversity Journal.

“We are delighted that Mathea, Christine, and Staci have been recognized for their accomplishments by Profiles in Diversity Journal’s annual ‘Women Worth Watching’ awards,” said Redgrave Managing Partner Jonathan Redgrave.  “Each offers special skills, experience and drive that make them truly deserving of acclaim as leaders.”

Now in its 18th edition, “Women Worth Watching” recognizes women executives who are leading the way to excellence in the workplace, marketplace, and the world.  The award winners were profiled in the summer 2019 edition of Profiles in Diversity Journal, which is dedicated to promoting and advancing diversity and inclusion in the corporate, government, nonprofit, higher education, and military sectors.  To read the “Women Worth Watching” summer 2019 edition, visit

Ms. Bulander counsels a diverse range of clients regarding discovery, motion practice, and information governance issues.  She assists clients in the evaluation of their records and information management systems, provides clients with litigation readiness advice, and directs and executes discovery strategy in multi-matter and multi-district litigation. 

Ms. Payne concentrates her practice on eDiscovery and litigation strategy.  With significant experience in high-dollar, bet-the-company cases, she handles all aspects of case strategy and discovery for complex commercial litigation, restructuring-related litigation, products liability litigation, antitrust matters, and ongoing or anticipated investigations.  

Ms. Kaliner’s robust background in business and technology enables her to translate the complex issues, risks and challenges that arise at the intersection of law and technology into practical and cost-effective solutions that align with relevant legal and regulatory requirements.  She advises clients on a wide range of Information Governance and eDiscovery issues, and is well-versed at addressing the eDiscovery challenges posed by emerging technologies such as Office 365.

At Redgrave, women comprise a majority of the firm’s professional employees and overall staff.  The firm also is deeply committed to developing professional opportunities for women at all levels.  In addition, Redgrave invests in initiatives that support women in business and the law, as well as community projects that assist disadvantaged women.