Qdiscovery

We are a leader in end-to-end eDiscovery services and solutions, combining industry pioneers and veteran project managers with tried and tested workflows to leverage state-of-the-art technology. We collaborate with our clients to implement proactive and flexible solutions to give you a strategic advantage. We deliver cost-effective and defensible results, and have an enviable track record in an industry where experience and expertise are the differentiators. Our mission is to elevate the client experience with personalized, unparalleled service and help you make your case.
StateClosed
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyXact Data Discovery
HQMission, KS, US
Websiteqdiscovery.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
Qdiscovery is headquartered in Mission, KS, US

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Key People/Management at Qdiscovery

David Barrett

David Barrett

CEO
David Moran

David Moran

President and Chief Operating Officer
Bob Polus

Bob Polus

Chief Executive Officer
Nick Reizen

Nick Reizen

Executive Vice President, Sales
Bill Anderson

Bill Anderson

Sr. Vice President of eDiscovery Operations
Paul Price

Paul Price

Vice President, Forensic Services
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Qdiscovery Office Locations

Qdiscovery has offices in Mission, Boston, Chicago, Indianapolis and in 2 other locations
Mission, KS, US (HQ)
5800 Foxridge Dr #406
Boston, MA, US
727 Atlantic Ave #500
Chicago, IL, US
309 W Washington St #1300Chicago
Indianapolis, IN, US
200 S Meridian St #270Indianapolis
New London, CT, US
125 Eugene O'Neill Dr #140
Portland, ME, US
203 Anderson St #2
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Qdiscovery is a subsidiary of Xact Data Discovery

Qdiscovery Cybersecurity Score

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81/100

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Qdiscovery Blogs

Are You Allowed to Use TAR?, Assisted Review Series Part 4

The year after technology-assisted review first rose to prominence in eDiscovery, Monique da Silva Moore, et al., v. Publicis Groupe SA & MSL Group (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 24, 2012) became the first case in which the use of TAR was judicially approved. Since that time, numerous courts – both in the US, …

More from the Courts on Self-Collection, Self-Collection Part 5

We’ve now seen in Leidig v. BuzzFeed and NDLON v. ICE that the risks and consequences of employing self-collection approaches are not merely hypothetical. One self-collection failure resulted in evidence preclusion, and the other resulted in substantial additional discovery. Let’s conclude our dis…

The Courts on Self-Collection, Self-Collection Part 4

The risks and consequences of employing self-collection approaches are not merely hypothetical. For many years, courts have highlighted those risks, have taken parties and their lawyers to task for their reliance on self-collection in the face of those risks, and have applied significant monetary a…

IT Collection Risks, Self-Collection Part 3

We’ve now seen the myriad ways that allowing custodians to collect their own materials can increase the risks of downstream issues and negative outcomes. But, what about having internal information technology personnel collect instead? While marginally lower risk than allowing custodians to collec…

Custodian Collection Risks, Self-Collection Part 2

Improper or incomplete collection can undermine preservation, review, production, and authentication – potentially creating a whole host of downstream issues and potential grounds for sanctions. So, how does self-collection increase the risks of these issues and outcomes? Let’s start by reviewing …

A Shortsighted Shortcut, Self-Collection Part 1

Collection activities are integral to creating the foundation for all the discovery work that follows. Particularly at a time when legal departments and law firms alike are looking to tighten their belts, collection can seem a tempting place to take shortcuts in the name of savings. Not all shortc…
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Qdiscovery Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who are Qdiscovery key executives?

    Qdiscovery's key executives are David Barrett, David Moran and Bob Polus.

  • How many employees does Qdiscovery have?

    Qdiscovery has 23 employees.

  • Who are Qdiscovery competitors?

    Competitors of Qdiscovery include Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, White & Case and Certvalue.

  • Where is Qdiscovery headquarters?

    Qdiscovery headquarters is located at 5800 Foxridge Dr #406, Mission.

  • Where are Qdiscovery offices?

    Qdiscovery has offices in Mission, Boston, Chicago, Indianapolis and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does Qdiscovery have?

    Qdiscovery has 6 offices.