“From a technical point of view, partnering with QDiscovery made the most sense,” said Tim Shaw, CIO of Barnes & Thornburg. “The arrangement allows the firm to relieve IT of the extensive cost and resource burdens normally associated with handing eDiscovery in-house. Additionally, QDiscovery’s commitment to technical excellence is exhibited through the software and services it offers powered by industry leaders such as EMC and Lateral Data.”
“The size and scope of Barnes & Thornburg’s eDiscovery projects are extensive. QDiscovery gives the firm on-demand expertise and services that can not only effectively and efficiently handle our eDiscovery work but also provide the comprehensive insight and professionalism needed,” said Lane Lowman, Director of Litigation Support for Barnes & Thornburg.
“QDiscovery has worked hand-in-hand with Barnes & Thornburg for more than three years, and this agreement allows us to elevate our collaboration with them,” said Matt McCormack, CEO of QDiscovery. “We look forward to continuing to provide the firm with the quality and established competence they have come to expect from QDiscovery.”