Entries by Quantum

Using Analytics for Pre-Review Data Reduction

According to RAND, Review typically accounts for about 73 percent of all eDiscovery production costs. Technology has changed the way we work and live in virtually every other aspect of our lives.  So how can technology help reduce discovery production costs? Quantum’s initial array of technologies work alongside Office 365 and other mail archiving environments, bringing fast […]

Quantum Consultant Recognized for eDiscovery Expertise in Contract Dispute

Quantum has significant expertise working as 3rd party independent eDiscovery and computer forensics expert in legal matters.  This includes providing technical guidance to discovery special masters, independent expert witness (fact expert), controlled expert witness (retained fact expert) and technical assistance for drafting briefs and motions. Quantum consultant Jeff Johnson was recently recognized for independent eDiscovery and computer forensics expertise in […]

Office 365 eDiscovery E-Mail Search Limitations

Office 365 is enjoying continued success – driven partly by the popularity of Microsoft Outlook.  Outlook, according to the Radicati Group, is the most popular business email client on the market, with a 60% market share in 2015. For years to come, Office 365 will be used by companies to conduct the electronic discovery of e-mail. […]

Quantum Professional Services Launches Needles SD

The eDisclosure of structured data (“SD”) can be complex…fraught with errors and time-consuming. Quantum’s software solution – Needles SD – is the result of years of litigation technology practice as we’ve examined the a wide variety of SD sources and their output, from Oracle to MySQL. Features:  ability to match multiple columns from two data […]

Greater KC ARMA – “Beyond Recognition”

Beyond Recognition is a must-see, cutting-edge document classification technology being used by Fortune 50 companies to visually search and organize extremely large, blended data sets. Topic:  Classifying Documents and Combining Silos with Visual Classification Location & Time:  Hereford House – 5001 Town Center Drive Leawood, KS 66211 (Registration begins at 11:30AM, Presentation starts at Noon) Course […]

Ingram’s Magazine Publishes Quantum “PROTECT” Article on Internal Investigations

Ingram’s Magazine Published Quantum’s “PROTECT” Article on Internal Investigations in its annual “40 Under 40” edition. In this article, Jeff Johnson warns that poorly designed and inadequately executed internal investigations today will have significant costs down the road. How can IT, legal, and HR professionals consistently work together on internal investigations that stand up to scrutiny later […]

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel Article: A Strategic Model For Negotiating Proportional E-Discovery Responses

Quantum’s Jeff Johnson has published the article “Seven Elements of Bulletproof Internal Investigations” in The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine. This article explains the correlation between the oft-cited goal of Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure – to provide the “just, speedy and inexpensive determination of   every action” with the triple constraints […]

Managing IP Magazine: Discover Business Databases

Managing IP magazine has published an article Jeff Johnson co-authored with Brent Babcock of Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, “Discover Business Databases” in the July/August 2011 issue. In the article, Babcock and Johnson summarize some of the benefits of pursuing discovery of business databases and offer advice on requesting database discovery. The article also includes a sidebar in which discusses an […]