Fraud levels increase in times of economic distress, and the global pandemic is creating a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for financially rewarding mischief. In this Corporate Compliance Insights feature article, H5’s Sheila Mackay discusses what companies can do to quickly identify and prevent fraud.
As AI development intensifies and the courts begin to create new and perhaps enduring case law about its use and admissibility, the next decade will require increased vigilance on the part of legal professionals. Read more in this New York Law Journal article by H5 General Counsel, Julia Brickell.
Sheila Mackay, Managing Director of eDiscovery at H5, discusses the results of the recent H5 Corporate Investigations Survey in this Today's General Counsel article.
Whistleblower complaints are on the rise, increasing the burden on investigators. In this Corporate Compliance Insights article, H5’s Jeffrey Grobart discusses tools and methods to accelerate the vetting process.
Legal Business World interviews Sheila Mackay about the 2019 H5 Corporate Investigations Survey and the investigations landscape that most companies face today.
Healthcare organizations are likely to see an increase in internal investigations in the coming year. The primary causes are a growing emphasis on compliance and the advent of new technology creating data risks. Read more in this article from Relias Media.
The adoption and use of AI and machine learning has changed both daily life and business practices across a wide spectrum of industries. In this ACEDS NY Metro Chapter Newsletter article by Cat Casey & James A. Sherer, Nicolas Economou describes the ethical challenges facing legal in the adoption of AI.
Identifying and retaining data that has business value is critical but it can also pose risks for corporations. Today’s General Counsel conducted a Q&A with H5's Sheila Mackay and Karla Wehbe about these competing realities.
The ABA policymaking body adopted a resolution urging courts and lawyers to address the emerging ethical and legal issues related to the use of artificial intelligence (“AI”) in the practice of law. Nicolas Economou, H5 CEO, chair of the law committee of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and ...
In this Law360 Compliance article, H5's Julia Brickell discusses how defensible disposal of corporate data presents an excellent opportunity to mitigate the impact of the data-driven risks most companies face today, and suggests steps to take that can get things moving.