WASHINGTON, May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Redgrave LLP, the premier law firm focused on Information Law, announced the addition of Scott J. Borrowman, Senior Attorney in San Francisco, California; Ted Hiser Senior Counsel and Tamara L. Karel, Counsel in Cleveland, Ohio; and Margo Eckstein, Senior Advisor in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Redgrave also recently announced the addition of former United States Magistrate Judge Nan R. Nolan (ret.) of the Northern District of Illinois. Judge Nolan, who served 14 years as a Magistrate Judge, is a nationally recognized trailblazer in eDiscovery and co-founder of the Seventh Circuit's E-Discovery Pilot Program, joined the firm as Of Counsel.
"We continue to grow our team to meet the very strong demand from our clients," said Victoria Redgrave, Managing Partner. We are very pleased Scott, Ted, Tamara, and Margo have joined us. They are great additions to our team of client-focused attorneys and advisors who provide the deep experience our Fortune and Global 500 and AmLaw 100 clients need to manage their most significant legal and technical information challenges."
Scott Borrowman, Senior Attorney, San Francisco, is counseling Redgrave's clients in complex litigation involving eDiscovery issues. Although focused on the firm's West Coast-based clients, Scott works on matters throughout the country. Scott has more than 15 years of experience guiding clients on information governance and data privacy matters. He received a J.D. from Brigham Young University cum laude and a B.A. from the University of Utah. He is fluent in Japanese.
Ted Hiser, Senior Counsel, Cleveland, is focused on the management of discovery matters, including electronic discovery and attorney-client privilege and work product issues. His experience includes 30 years, many with Jones Day's Cleveland office, representing clients in the defense of multi-case product liability actions and other complex litigation matters. Ted received a J.D. from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law summa cum laude and an A.B. from Heidelberg College.
Tamara L. Karel, Counsel, Cleveland, works collaboratively with clients to develop and implement strategic, cost-effective, and practical solutions to the full spectrum of information law issues; including electronic discovery, technology initiatives, and information governance. She received a J.D. from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law summa cum laude and a B.S. from Bowling Green State University.
Margo Eckstein, Senior Advisor, Minneapolis, provides strategic and technical guidance to clients with information management and information compliance governance issues, most often, directly related to litigation. Her 20 years of experience include implementing enterprise-wide policies and procedures for the defensible disposition and management of information for regional, national, and global organizations. Margo received her B.S. from Northern Illinois University.
ABOUT REDGRAVE LLP: Redgrave LLP is focused exclusively in the area of Information Law. It is the only firm with two of the top ten eDiscovery lawyers in United States, Jonathan M. Redgrave and Kevin F. Brady, as rated globally by Chambers and Partners. Redgrave LLP provides Fortune and Global 500 companies and Am Law 100 law firms with the legal and technical advice, business strategy, and legal representation needed to support their immediate and future legal, regulatory, and operational requirements. The Firm's dedicated teams of legal and technical professionals are at the forefront of helping global organizations address the ever-evolving challenges associated with the creation, receipt, storage, retrieval, production, and destruction of documents and electronic information. Redgrave LLP has offices in Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, San Francisco, Cleveland, and Minneapolis. Visit www.redgravellp.com.
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