Michael is a leader in developing technical solutions and processes to address complex issues related to electronically stored information. He brings a multi-faceted background in technology, law, and consulting to his role as Head Solutions Architect at Redgrave Data. He utilizes his experience and knowledge to manipulate, analyze, and visualize structured and unstructured data to find strategic solutions for complex data challenges faced by clients. Identifying these solutions often requires Michael to develop and combine tools to bring data to life in a format that can be used effectively by attorneys.
The tools and processes that Michael creates allow litigation and project teams to better understand data and develop more precise case strategies based on what the data reflects. He uses his knowledge developed as an attorney to see applications for commercial tools in the Information Law space beyond normal use and writes scripts to bridge any gaps. Michael also has experience utilizing applications that address due diligence matters.
Prior to joining Redgrave Data, Michael served as a Legal Technology Solutions Architect at Hogan Lovells, where he advised clients on matters related to information management and developed data-driven custom solutions to assist case teams with the analysis of complex data sets. His career trajectory began at Wells Fargo, managing a team in the information security risk department, followed by attending law school and practicing law as an attorney at Redgrave LLP.*
Michael received his B.A. from Washington and Lee University and his J.D. from William & Mary Law School.