Martin Tully began practicing e-discovery “a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away”—which is now lawyer speak for more than 30 years of trial litigation experience. However you want to phrase it, that kind of a resume will likely serve him well after joining the e-discovery and informational law-focused firm Redgrave earlier this month as a partner.

Tully, who is also serves as chair of the Steering Committee of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production, was one of the founding partners of the Chicago-based firm Actuate Law. While he noted that his colleagues at Actuate are “killing it” (in a good way), the opportunity to focus exclusively on information law at Redgrave was just too good to pass up.