H5 is the leading provider of e-discovery and document review solutions, specializing in finding the documents that matter in litigation and investigations. Our experts combine linguistic know-how with advanced technology to find what you need, better and faster than any other service provider.
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Let H5’s experts zero in on exactly the documents you need to win your case or aid your investigation with our Key Document Identification.
H5 unique process uses both statistical algorithms and expert-designed linguistic models to identify responsive, confidential, potentially privileged and key documents.
H5 provides expert search, review and analysis for investigations to identify the documents that matter and help counsel quickly establish the evidentiary trail, assess risk, and formulate an effective response.
H5's suite of state-of-the-art eDiscovery processing, hosting, and production services—standalone or coupled with our acclaimed technology-assisted review—comes with expert project support and consultation to reduce data volume, streamline workflow and create productions faster.
H5’s Managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provides law firms and their clients the ability to manage hosting, processing, analytics and assisted review without the burden of capital expenditure and resource drain.
Food labeling cases are about words and how they’re used, and that’s our expertise. H5’s linguists have extensive experience in the language of federal labeling regulations and requirements as well as food science, GMO, and other common issues that play a role in labeling and ingredient matters.
For internal or government investigations, rapidly surfacing the key facts is critical to the outcome. Learn how H5 has helped companies avoid surprises by identifying the information that can help counsel establish the evidentiary trail, assess risk, and formulate and effective response.
Keyword-based data reduction is often maligned as being imprecise and ineffective. But with experts at the helm who know how to construct keyword search that can achieve simultaneously high recall and precision (finding what’s needed without over-inclusion), data volume can be significantly reduced.