Redgrave LLP Expands Its Information Law Practice With The Addition Of Accomplished Litigators And eDiscovery Talent

Feb 01, 2016, 12:43 ET from Redgrave LLP

WASHINGTON, Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Redgrave LLP today announced that it was adding two more attorneys to its already strong bench of talented lawyers. Ambre N. McLaughlin, Counsel, is based in the firm's Washington, D.C. office and Lisa A. Lukaszewski, Counsel, is based in the firm's Minneapolis office.  The additions of Ambre and Lisa also mark a continuation of the firm's commitment to the professional advancement of women in the law – a commitment evidenced by the fact that the majority of professionals at the firm across all ranks are women.

Ambre comes to Redgrave with more than 14 years of legal experience. Ambre's practice has included substantial litigation experience in Federal and state courts as well as international tribunals.  She has also focused extensively on information technology matters, including the evolving area of cloud computing risks and liabilities. "Ambre's sophisticated international corporate litigation background coupled with her experience as corporate counsel for an information technology company allows her to balance our clients' business needs and legal obligations to achieve practical solutions to complex problems. Her experience dealing with cloud computing initiatives at the enterprise level will be a tremendous asset to our clients," said one of Redgrave's founding partners Jonathan Redgrave.

Lisa, with 18 years of litigation and records and information experience, most recently dedicated her practice to eDiscovery and information governance services for Fortune 500 clients while also representing clients in products liability litigation. "We are thrilled that Lisa is joining Redgrave LLP.  Her insights and experiences with respect to legacy data remediation projects, the challenge of post-merger integration of information governance and eDiscovery practices, and litigation readiness for global organizations are extensive and valuable for our clients," continued Redgrave.

Ambre McLaughlin:  Most recently Ambre served as corporate counsel for an information technology services company that specialized in IT infrastructure solutions for traditional on-premises and cloud environments. Prior to that, she spent six years practicing complex civil and international commercial litigation at AM Law 100 firms. Ambre received a B.A. degree from San Francisco State University and a J. D. (cum laude) from American University, Washington College of Law. She is admitted to the Washington, DC Bar, Virginia Bar and Massachusetts Bar. She is fluent in Spanish.

Lisa Lukaszewski:  Lisa has extensive law firm experience representing heavily regulated global corporations. She is recognized as a trusted advisor regarding information governance, eDiscovery, records management, litigation readiness, and compliance issues. Lisa is an active member of ARMA and a participant in The Sedona Conference ® Working Group 1 (Electronic Document Retention and Production). Lisa received a B.A. degree (summa cum laude) from Quincy University and a J. D. (cum laude) from The University of Notre Dame Law School. She is admitted to the Missouri Bar and Kansas Bar.

About Redgrave LLP:  Redgrave LLP is one of the only law firms in the world focused exclusively on addressing the complex legal challenges associated with the life cycle of information. We employ some of the most experienced professionals in the field – attorneys and technical specialists who are recognized for excellence in this practice area and for their commitment to serving our clients' interests with sound and practical advice. Our professionals handle a wide spectrum of issues for global clients on a daily basis in the areas of information governance, eDiscovery, global records management, data privacy, and data security. To learn more, visit

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