Victoria A. Redgrave
Chair, Executive Committee | Washington, D.C.
Victoria Redgrave brings to the Firm a unique combination of skills and experience as in-house litigation counsel for two major corporations, outside counsel at an AmLaw 100 firm, and as general counsel at a technology company. She is the Chair of the Executive Committee at Redgrave LLP. Profile
Jonathan M. Redgrave
Managing Partner | NORTHERN VIRGINIA
Jonathan Redgrave has extensive experience in all areas of complex litigation in both state and federal courts and focuses his practice in the area of information law, including eDiscovery and information governance. He has authored, co-authored, and edited numerous publications and speaks around the world on topics including cross-border discovery, privacy, and emerging technologies. Profile
Partner | Los Angeles
Gareth Evans is one of the nation’s leading eDiscovery litigators and advisors. As a seasoned attorney, he has made hundreds of court appearances and taken and defended hundreds of depositions. Gareth enjoys being at the “tip of the spear” representing clients in contentious and high stakes disputes. He has represented clients in numerous industries including financial services, accounting, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, insurance, energy, gaming, manufacturing, and technology. Gareth is passionate about eDiscovery and information law, tenacious in the courtroom, and enjoys helping his clients identify and obtain the best outcomes inside and outside of the courthouse. Profile
Clients retain Chris due to his demonstrated acumen in eDiscovery-related matters, his commitment to client services, and his distinguished record of delivering superior results. With a broad range of experience in matters involving both U.S. discovery and international cross-border data transfer issues, Chris’ areas of concentration include securities litigation, director and officer fiduciary and shareholder litigation, antitrust litigation, and consumer fraud. As a seasoned attorney, Chris has handled discovery strategy in complex litigation and briefed and argued electronic discovery motions in dozens of federal and state court cases. Profile
Partner | Washington, D.C.
David is widely recognized and respected in both the government and private sector as an authority on all things Information Law. Clients seek David’s expertise as they manage issues related to privacy, security, eDiscovery, cross-border data transfers, government civil law enforcement investigations, and information governance. With his outstanding record as a trial and appellate litigator and legal strategist, David is considered a thought leader in the broader legal community. Profile
Nan R. Nolan
Of Counsel | CHICAGO
Nan Nolan is a former United States Magistrate Judge with extensive experience in a wide variety of complex litigation matters and is a nationally recognized authority in electronic discovery. During her 14 years as a Magistrate Judge, she presided over numerous complex federal cases at every phase of civil litigation. Profile
Karen O. Hourigan
Of Counsel | San Francisco
Karen Hourigan has nearly 20 years of litigation experience, focusing on complex civil litigation, eDiscovery issues, and records and information management. She has been actively involved in all phases of complex civil litigation and counseled clients regarding information governance, litigation preparedness, and eDiscovery strategy. Karen speaks regularly on emerging issues related to eDiscovery. Profile
Kevin F. Brady, OF Counsel | Washington, D.C.
OF Counsel | Washington, D.C.
Kevin Brady has extensive experience representing clients in complex corporate, commercial, and products liability litigation in both federal and state courts. Kevin also focuses his practice on providing advice and counsel on electronic discovery, electronic information management, data privacy, and data security issues. Profile
Monica McCarroll, OF Counsel | Northern Virginia
OF Counsel | Northern Virginia
Monica McCarroll has extensive experience working as a trial attorney specializing in complex civil litigation having tried cases in both federal and state courts. Monica now focuses her practice on providing advice and counsel on electronic discovery, information governance and cybersecurity issues. Profile
For much of the last 15 years, Chuck has focused his practice on the management of and governance for electronic information in complex business organizations, providing clients with proactive policy guidance, as well as responsive advice and counsel on discovery issues in litigation and investigations. Profile
Dan is a seasoned trial attorney with extensive experience handling eDiscovery in matters ranging from single plaintiff cases to mass tort and class actions. Most recently, as a partner at an Am Law 200 firm, he represented businesses of all sizes in complex commercial, construction, products liability, and environmental litigation. Profile
Ted S. Hiser, Senior Counsel
For over thirty years, Ted Hiser has represented clients in the defense of multi-case product liability actions, other complex litigation, and investigations. During Ted’s tenure as an Associate and Counsel in the Cleveland office of the Jones Day law firm, his practice focused on the management of discovery matters, including electronic discovery, and attorney-client privilege and work product issues. Profile
Lisa A. Lukaszewski
Lisa Lukaszewski has over 18 years of experience providing advice to a diverse client base on information governance, eDiscovery, and data privacy issues in business and litigation environments. Whether working with heavily regulated Global Fortune 500 companies on high-stakes litigation or developing records retention policies for a start-up, Lisa tailors her advice to the needs of the client. Profile
Leveraging her strong commercial litigation background spanning a broad range of industries and matters, Tamara Karel provides advice and counsel across all aspects of the Information Law spectrum, including electronic discovery, technology initiatives, and Information Governance. Profile
Ambre N. McLaughlin
Counsel | WASHINGTON, D.C.
Ambre McLaughlin’s practice focuses on transactional and litigation matters involving information technology, with a particular emphasis on cloud computing initiatives at the enterprise level, as well as discovery in complex litigation in federal and state courts. She understands how to balance a client’s business needs with its legal obligations to achieve positive results. Profile
Mathea K.E. Bulander
COUNSEL | Minneapolis
Mathea brings a strong background in commercial litigation to Redgrave LLP. She has counseled a diverse range of clients regarding discovery strategies and information governance issues, including assisting clients in the evaluation of their records and information management systems and providing clients with litigation readiness advice. Profile
Scott Borrowman has extensive experience representing clients in both administrative and civil litigation matters. Scott’s practice focuses on providing advice and counsel to clients in complex litigation on eDiscovery issues, including discovery motions, protective orders and document review strategies. He also provides guidance to clients on information governance and data privacy matters. Profile
Michael C. Kearney, Senior Attorney | Washington, D.C.
SENIOR ATTORNEY | Washington, D.C.
Michael Kearney brings his focus on issues regarding data protection and information privacy to his role as a Senior Attorney at Redgrave LLP. Michael has significant experience in the analysis and implementation of information security (IS) policies, along with the management of IS teams and program development. Mike works with a diverse client base including the pharmaceutical, financial and insurance industries. Profile
Sarah F. Hinks
Attorney | San Francisco
Simply stated, Sarah Hinks loves the law and is passionate about how the law functions to better society. Sarah has a broad range of litigation experience across multiple industries. Through a collaborative and servant-leader approach, Sarah works with clients to assess issues and offer the best solutions that are aligned with her clients’ needs. Profile
Jocelyn S. Koo
Attorney | San Francisco
Jocelyn’s experience as a litigator provides her with key insights regarding the intersection of Information Law issues with litigation strategies and business decisions. Jocelyn has managed numerous cases independently and with teams from beginning to end in various practice areas. With experience in all stages of litigation, Jocelyn is able to assess the overall legal impact of singular decisions made to further a case or business strategy. Profile
Monica F. Ledermann
Attorney | Washington, D.C.
Monica is a relationship-builder and prides herself on the rapport she maintains with clients. Monica’s clients know their challenges and opportunities are in good hands due to the excellent work product she delivers. Monica views matters through an international lens and has a global understanding of current and future best practices and trends in the law. As a result, she is consistently forward-looking, fostering innovation and development within the framework of information governance. Profile
Nicole A. Poltash
Nicole Poltash has a strong and diverse litigation background, with a focus on representing individuals and corporations in connection with criminal and government investigations, including white collar and qui tam claims. Profile
Alexandra L. Rhee
Alexandra (“Alex”) Rhee has a varied background in commercial and business litigation representing clients in both state and federal matters. Alex also has served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable David J. Novak, United States Magistrate Judge in the Eastern District of Virginia and a Law Clerk to the Henrico Circuit Court, the 14th Judicial Circuit of Virginia. Profile