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.
H5's Lon Troyer and Mark E. Harrington, Executive VP, GC and Corporate Secretary of Greenwave Systems, explore the value of micro-investigations, targeted inquires which leverage sampling and advanced search technologies to identify critical documents quickly and cost effectively for investigations.
In this Corporate Counsel article, H5's Ashley Canales discusses the role of expertise in expediting the search for electronic information in government investigations.
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).