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.
Julia Brickell, H5. In this article, learn how managing legacy information now can reduce the data volume that might be subject to unanticipated regulatory or litigation demands (and expense) in the future.
Historically, professionalization has served consumers well, resulting in greater efficiencies, greater quality, lower costs and reliable standards that can be trusted by consumers and society at large. The same benefits can be expected from the professionalization of legal search, or document review. Learn more i...
In this 2008 National Law Journal Article, H5 CEO Nicolas Economou discusses the concept of an honest broker—an entity adept in e-discovery and complex information retrieval—that would incorporate all the critical competencies necessary to ensure that the data that need to be discovered are produced.
Daniel Fisher, Forbes Staff. Lawyers charge a lot for discovery and aren’t even very good at it. In this article, Daniel Fisher of Forbes explores how H5 can make all of the difference in discovery.
Bruce Hedin, Ph.D., H5. The legal community remains for the most part woefully uninformed about search and retrieval concepts that are considered elementary in the field of information retrieval. Learn more about them.