If your 2017 New Year’s resolution is to get on board with Rule 1.1 of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct and “keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology,” do we have a book for you!
The 2017 DESI VII workshop of the ICAIL conference will focus on emerging protocols and novel techniques for identifying and protecting sensitive information in large collections, a hot topic as privacy and security concerns continue to escalate. DESI is now calling for written contributions for the conference.
Savvy law firms understand that using analytics to find key documents in litigation is a winning strategy. Some are hiring data scientists or even developing analytics teams. However, these exact teams already exist in a select few litigation services firms. H5 is premier among them.
For your consideration: instead of buying some technology or a whole suite of gadgets you have to learn and deploy yourself, hire an expert-driven solution. You’ll find the payoff you’ve been seeking since you embarked on your exploration of legal technology, and your house will be much better off for it.
Two recent Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) cases in the Second Circuit addressing whether contract attorneys are engaging in the "practice of law" when they perform document review services should be giving the legal community plenty of food for thought.
In its December 2014 Newsletter, the Technology Committee of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) published “The Ethics of Technology in E-Discovery – An Introduction,” in which the authors, Julia Brickell and Peter Pizzi, explore the rules changes and ethics opinions recently issued by va...
Let’s face it, today we’re living in a world of “big data” and bigger data. Like it or not, the world is now data driven, fueled by an ever-evolving variety of data sources. What do we gain, and what are we giving up?
In this post, Bruce Hedin of H5 answers a question raised in the recent webinar, “Helping Minds Meet: Talking TAR at the Meet-and-Confer,” where the topic was things to consider when TAR is on the table.
In an interview with Monica Bay at ILTACON 2015, Judge Andrew Peck wondered aloud whether changes to the Federal Rules, set to go into effect on December 1, will be like the proverbial tree falling in the forest – is there a sound if there’s no one there to listen?
Today’s legal environment consists of more dynamic challenges than ever before. Bidding out legal work might help control costs and force a minor level of innovation, but it keeps the discussion on dollars, not process, and definitely not innovation.