Adam Nodzenski is a talented and respected eDiscovery attorney with more than 14 years of experience. Clients and colleagues value Adam’s technical expertise, efficiency, collaborative spirit and ability to explain complicated technical matters in plain language. Adam has identified and solved fundamental privilege log issues to ensure defensibility and examined opposing party’s privilege logs to pinpoint weaknesses for case strategy. He also handles discovery and stakeholder coordination, and conducts research to prepare expert witnesses. Adam has established departmental best practices documents and standards to ensure strict quality control. His cases often involve bankruptcy, breach of contract and pharmaceutical product liability.
Before joining Redgrave, Adam practiced as a discovery advisor at Kirkland & Ellis as a member of the Electronic Discovery Committee.