Editor at Large Penny Crosman of The American Banker interviews Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5 and Senior Advisor to the AI Initiative of The Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School, on the risks, benefits and ethical concerns related to the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
TAR has finally entered the mainstream, but it is taking a bit longer for practitioners to fully recognize that document review over large data populations is an information retrieval task. H5's Bruce Hedin and Michael Morneault consider the consequences in this New York Law Journal article (Feb 3, 2018).
Julia Brickell and Peter Pizzi discuss the new ISO Standard for eDiscovery (ISO 27050-3), which articulates a "Code of Practice" and methodology for the eDiscovery process.
Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5 and a senior advisor to the AI Initiative of the Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School provides an ethical blueprint for AI, inferred from the combined wisdom of courts, practitioners, academics, research institutes.
The application of keywords before using TAR should not be based on an "always" or "never" rule. Amanda Jones and Bruce Hedin of H5 discuss seven categories of questions that can help make your determination in this Legaltech News article.
Julia Brickell, H5's general counsel, discusses legal competence and the role of technological expertise in this April/May 2017 issue of Today's General Counsel. This is a topic gaining attention as evolving technologies – and the competence of those who use them – come under increasing scrutiny by the bench ...
Julia Brickell, Esq. H5, and Peter Pizzi, Esq., NYLJ Supplement. Learn how advanced search tools in the right hands can strategically probe data collections to identify key documents, giving counsel insight into litigation and investigations.
Julie Brickell, in Westlaw Journal Computer & Internet (June 17, 2016 issue) H5's general counsel Julia Brickell discusses the impact of technological change on the role and ethical responsibilities of counsel.
Julie Brickell and Bruce Hedin, in Today's General Counsel. The change to Rule 26(b) in the Federal Rules emphasizes proportionality in discovery. This article explores a practical way to help counsel leverage that concept, while still uncovering the information that actually matters to the case.
Shelley Podolny, H5 in the Atkinson-Baker Court Reporter The world today is data-driven, allowing both individuals and organizations to achieve cost savings, engage in better decision-making, and drive product development more precisely tailored to our needs. But there are costs.