Nov. 17, 2020
In a move meant to bolster its electronic discovery and information governance practice, BigLaw firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP will combine with tech-focused Redgrave LLP, the firms announced Tuesday.
Nelson Mullins partner John Martin told Law360 the merger will bring 45 attorneys and specialists from Redgrave. The group will join Nelson's Encompass practice, which Martin has headed for more than a decade and focuses primarily on the e-discovery process in litigation.
"The addition of the Redgrave team really takes our combined practice to a unique level, enabling us to address virtually any type of discovery need in mass tort cases or large investigations, [in addition to] privacy issues of all sorts," Martin said.
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