Chris Q. King
Chris, a partner in Redgrave LLP’s Chicago office, devotes his practice to discovery, eDiscovery, privacy and data security, and information governance matters. Recognized as a leader in information law, he counsels his clients over a broad spectrum of complex litigation issues, and his experience spans multiple industries and numerous areas of practice, ranging from antitrust to products liability to securities fraud. Chris oversees discovery strategy in complex litigation matters and has briefed and argued electronic discovery motions in dozens of federal and state court cases, and recognizes the critical link between eDiscovery and the overall strategy for litigating the merits of the case. Chris is a member of The Sedona Conference Working Group 1on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG1). Before joining Redgrave LLP, he was a partner at Dentons, where he founded and led the eDiscovery and Information Governance practice for the U.S. region. Chris is a graduate of Northwestern University (B.A. 1980) and Vanderbilt Law School (J.D. 1983).