Gretchen N. Marty

eDiscovery CounselLittler

Reinforcing the firm's commitment to providing its clients with leading-edge solutions in the rapidly developing area of eDiscovery, Gretchen N. Marty provides focused guidance and expertise on information governance and electronic discovery matters to Littler's lawyers and their clients, including:

  • Case and client-specific advice about meeting preservation obligations
  • "Meet and confer" obligations
  • Efficient and effective data harvesting strategies
  • Data culling and cost reduction
  • Review and production and implementation of cost-shifting
  • Motion Practice

Gretchen frequently conducts internal training for new Littler lawyers on eDiscovery “best practices,” to ensure that the firm is offers its clients consistent and competent counsel in the field of eDiscovery. 


Prior to joining Littler, Gretchen worked at a boutique litigation firm in Columbus, Ohio, where she helped build an eDiscovery team within the firm, and oversaw eDiscovery strategies for complex litigation cases for multi-national companies in the banking, insurance and automotive industries. During law school, she served as a judicial extern for the Hon. Anne Taylor of the Franklin County Municipal Court and went on to work for the Columbus City Attorney’s Office in the Prosecution and Police Legal divisions. She was a member of the International Criminal Court Moot Court Team and served as an alumni relations coordinator on the moot court executive board. As an undergraduate, she interned for the Hon. Denny Chinn of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York.


Gretchen frequently speaks on eDiscovery and litigation technology issues.



*Not licensed to practice law in Colorado.



Professional and Community Affiliations


• Member, Ohio State Bar Association

• Member, American Bar Association




J.D., Capital University Law School, 2010

B.A., Hofstra University, 2004, cum laude



Bar Admissions




Speaking Engagements


The New Rule 37(e) - Preservation & Sanctions Panel

The 2015 FRCP Amendments in Practice – Rule 34 Panel

Possession, Custody and Control Panel

“The Exchange” E-Discovery for the Corporate Market

Today’s General Counsel and Institute
Houston, TX

September 29-30, 2017


Emerging Issues in Federal e-Discovery
Federal Practice Update 2017

Federal Bar Association – Colorado Chapter and the Litigation Section of the Colorado Bar Association

Denver, CO
June 16, 2017