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 an 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.
H5 is often engaged for matters where a government or regulatory agency is involved on the other side. Usually, productions in these matters are done through the company or law firm, although we are sometimes asked to confer with the agency to ensure production in the proper format. Here are some examples.
Case Study: Fast, Low Cost Litigation Document Review for Small Productions - Learn how H5 helped its client quickly and cost-effectively address litigation document review needs. enabling a production on time and under budget.
Case Study: Learn how H5 helped a major law firm conduct a massive FCPA investigation on two continents with data export restrictions and a huge volume of documents to search and assess.
Case Study: Finding Hot Documents in Litigation Document Review - Learn how H5 helped counsel find the hot documents they needed in a complex patent litigation between two major technology companies.
Case Study: Learn how H5 enabled a major health care insurance provider to complete a massive eDiscovery and review effort to satisfy an time-critical Hart Scott Rodino (HSR) Second Request production on time and under budget.
H5's Erika Namnath talks with Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information Project about the advantages of using Nuix for fast and accurate search.
Case Study: Learn how H5 helped a client quickly and cost-effectively address litigation document review needs, enabling a production on time and under budget.
Professor Mitchell Marcus, the RCA Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Pennsylvania, comments on H5's unique approach to technology-assisted review.