Jason Richard, director of eDiscovery for H5, is interviewed by kCura's Anusha Asokan and shares pointers for law firms and corporations considering IaaS or other service arrangements.
Julia Brickell, H5, and Peter Pizzi, Defense Counsel Journal, (July 2015). This article discusses technology-assisted review (TAR) and the variety of approaches available to help counsel make litigation effots more cost-effective.
Shelley Podolny, H5. Atkinson-Baker Court Reporter. Acquire it or hire it, technology competence is an increasing focus for the bar.
Joshua Rubin, of The Law Firm of Joshua Neil Rubin discusses how the TAR method used to review documents affects how opposing counsel interact during discovery, calling out the benefits of H5’s rules-based methodology.
Julia Brickell, H5 and Peter Pizzi, In IADC Newsletter. Recent changes to rules and opinions are addressing the fact that lack of technological savvy may render counsel ethically incompetent to handle certain matters, unless they align with those with appropriate expertise.
Shelley Podolny, H5. Corporate Counsel & The Recorder. H5's director of marketing and information management explores how benchmarking of document review processes can provide an organization with an assessment of how to best meet its objectives while maximizing the value derived from its review expenditures.
Shelley Podolny - Law Journal Newsletter. Although the use of TAR is becoming inevitable, there are barriers that law firms and legal departments face as the need to change becomes more pressing. This article explores five barriers to adopting TAR, and considerations that may influence change.
Maura R. Grossman & Gordon V. Cormack, XVII RICH. J.L. & TECH. 11 (2011). This article offers evidence that technology-assisted review, while indeed more efficient, can also yield results superior to those of exhaustive manual review.
Julia Brickell, Special to the EDD Update blog We jump through hoops to do discovery in the United States. Are we meeting our obligations? Julia Brickell comments on the quality of search in eDiscovery in the digital age.
Julia L. Brickell, Arthur M. Langer, IEEE Xplore. There is now judicial recognition that technological tools will have to play a role in case discovery. The right coupling of technology and human expertise can provide benefits not possible when either is used on its own.