News that e-discovery specialist law firm Redgrave is laying off 10% of its timekeepers is likely the result of the commoditization of tech services in the sector, and the increasing attractiveness of full-service e-discovery offerings.

In such a competitive environment, firms that can couple e-discovery with other litigation offerings find themselves with a competitive advantage over standalone offerings and tech vendors.

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