New Information Law Firm Redgrave LLP Opens in Washington D.C., Minneapolis and San Francisco

Aug 30, 2010, 16:02 ET from Redgrave LLP

WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Redgrave LLP announced its formation this month as a law firm serving clients in the areas collectively known as "information law."  The Firm focuses exclusively on providing legal services relating to the management of information in today's global economy, especially as it relates to electronic discovery, privacy and data protection.  The Firm's services include records and information management, enterprise discovery (including electronic discovery) as well as data protection and privacy.

Managing Partner Victoria Redgrave noted, "Our Firm brings a unique blend of experiences together to serve our clients.  We have professionals who have been in Fortune 100 corporate law departments, practiced with large, medium and small-sized law firms, and worked with technology service providers and electronic discovery vendors giving the Firm greater perspective on the issues that our clients face on a daily basis."  Ms. Redgrave added that the Firm's structure enables it to provide clients with greater value through alternative fee structures.

Karen Hourigan, a partner in San Francisco, stated that, "As a law firm, we provide practical advice to help clients understand and manage the risks associated with creating, storing and disposing of information in the electronic age – in the context of both routine business operations and litigation."   Ken Prine, a partner in Minneapolis added that, "a corollary to reducing risk is helping clients identify ways to simultaneously save money and increase efficiencies with respect to various information management processes."

Among other professionals at Redgrave LLP is Jonathan Redgrave, who is widely-known for his information law practice and recently was recognized by Chambers and Partners as one of the leading (Band 1) lawyers in this area.   Jonathan is also Chair Emeritus, and was the first chair, of the highly regarded Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (Working Group 1).

Victoria Redgrave was previously Managing Counsel for a Fortune 40 chemical company and most recently was Vice President and General Counsel at Technology Concepts & Design, Inc.  Karen Hourigan was most recently a Senior Advisor at Business Intelligence Associates.  Ken Prine was most recently a Senior Manager, Legal Services Outsourcing, with CPA Global.  Jonathan Redgrave was most recently a Partner with Nixon Peabody, LLP.

For more information, please visit or contact Victoria Redgrave at 202.603.1498.