Extract from Rhys Dipshan’s article “Redgrave Launches Subsidiary Redgrave Data, Led by Former Hogan Lovells Legal Tech Experts”
Over the past few years, a growing number of law firms have entered the “new law” market by launching tech-focused subsidiaries and captive alternative legal service providers, recognizing that clients need as much help with their business problems as they do with their legal ones.
Add another to their ranks: Today, e-discovery boutique law firm Redgrave announced the launch of Redgrave Strategic Data Solutions (Redgrave Data), a subsidiary company that will partner with the firm to address clients’ e-discovery, information governance, cybersecurity, forensic and investigation needs, among other related demands.
Redgrave Data will be led in part by technology professionals formerly at Hogan Lovells, with Mollie Nichols as its new CEO. Nichols was previously Hogan Lovells’ head of advanced client data solutions and a former Redgrave partner from 2012 to 2016.
Jonathan Redgrave, managing partner of Redgrave, said the new company will closely work with Redgrave law firm clients, though Redgrave Data will likely also have their own clients independent of the firm.