Jonathan Redgrave has extensive experience in all areas of complex litigation in both state and federal courts and focuses his practice in the areas of information law, which include electronic discovery, records and information management, and data protection and privacy issues. He has authored, co-authored, and edited numerous publications, including serving as Editor-in-Chief of “The Sedona Principles®,” and speaks around the world on topics including cross-border discovery, information governance, privacy, data security, and emerging technologies. Some of Jonathan’s recent work experience includes:
Serving as national and coordinating counsel for Fortune 100 clients in litigation matters with respect to the development and defense of discovery and litigation strategies related to electronic discovery
Representing clients in court in contentious, high-stakes litigation with respect to electronic discovery issues
Preparing and taking/defending depositions of corporate representatives regarding electronic discovery, information technology, and records management issues
Working with clients to develop sound information governance policies and practices regarding paper and electronic data, including emerging technologies such as Web-based collaboration tools, social media, and mobile devices
Assessing the impact of global privacy and data protection regulations on the development and execution of eDiscovery processes
Helping clients assess the retention and disposal of legacy data
Assisting clients with the assessment of process and technology solutions for electronic discovery and information governance
Organizational Involvement & Memberships:
Jonathan helped found, was the ﬁrst Chair of, and is currently Chair Emeritus of The Sedona Conference® Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG-1). He also serves on the Advisory Board of The Sedona Conference®. Jonathan serves on the Georgetown University Law School eDiscovery Institute Advisory Board and was previously a co-chair of the institute. Jonathan also served on the Advisory Committee on the Electronic Records Archives for the United States National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals along with several other trade and bar associations.
Jonathan received a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School (cum laude) and a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame (cum laude). Jonathan is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Virginia and in Minnesota.