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.
Advanced tools and data analytics can now provide ways to accelerate document review. H5's Jason Richard describes how email threading is changing the game in the newest ILTA Whitepaper, hot off the press.
In this ABA Journal article, Nicolas Economou and Jason Tashea consider the role of competence and challenges for lawyers as they increasingly need to evaluate whether and when to include AI technologies in their practices.
In this roundtable for Law Practice Today, H5 CEO Nicolas Economou participates in a discussion on the impact of AI on law firms and the law.
A roundtable, including H5's Sheila Mackay, in this month's Law Journal Newsletter's Cybersecurity Law & Strategy, discussing how the availability of AI is shaping the evolution of e-discovery and other endeavors in the legal realm.
In this Bloomberg Insights article, IEEE Executive Committee member Eileen Lach and H5 CEO Nicolas Economou discuss the IEEE Global Initiative’s four principles for trustworthy adoption of AI/Machine Learning in legal systems as presented by the IEEE’s Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent...
This 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide article takes a look at H5 Matter Analytics, a cutting-edge Relativity-integrated tool that helps users create efficiencies and manage workflow through email threading, name normalization, PII identification and much more.
This 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide article takes a look at the benefits of H5's search-as-a-service offering, Key Document Identification. With targeted data interrogation by H5 experts, critical information can be located early in the matter resulting in cost-savings and reduced risk.
Legal prowess is no longer sufficient. Forward-thinking counsel must consider the impact and efficacy of increasingly powerful technologies and align with those who have requisite expertise. Julia Brickell, H5's general counsel, discusses this new reality in a New York Law Journal article this month.
In a special guest feature of Inside Big Data, Julia Brickell, H5's Executive Managing Director and General Counsel, discusses the possible collision course of the legal profession with artificial intelligence, given AI’s massive potential to disrupt the practice of law and its extraordinary growth.