In this Corporate Compliance Insights article, John Kihlberg of H5, and Matthew Close and Brittany Rogers of O'Melveny & Myers, suggest that corporate Boards can leverage the use of search expertise and technology for early insight into corporate behavior.
In this LegalBusinessWeek roundtable discussion, H5's Lon Troyer, Jeffrey Fowler (O'Melveny), Aaron Lewis (Covington and Burling), and Jeffrey Greene (Greenberg Traurig), discuss the need to leverage both human and technological intelligence to get the best results in eDiscovery efforts.
In this Daily Journal article, H5's Julie Brickell discusses ISO's recently released Standard 27050-3, Code of practice for eDiscovery, which describes a systematic approach to the discovery process.
A roundtable, including H5's Julia Brickell, in this month's Law Journal Newsletter's Cybersecurity Law & Strategy, discussing how the volume and complexity of data, the availability of AI for review, heightened concerns about privacy and security are shaping the evolution of e-discovery.
H5 CEO Nicolas Economou is interviewed by Scientific American to provide insight into the tricky questions that arise about liability and accountability when people and artificially intelligent machines interact.
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.