Artificial intelligence (AI) is the new headline-grabbing buzzword these days as we come to appreciate the extent to which it has permeated our daily lives—not just in conversation—but in reality. We've been using AI for a while in the legal community, without calling it that. If we do, will it matter?
The increasing data sophistication of some eDiscovery professionals along with the tools that they are able to deploy (or create) is raising expectations and transforming the eDiscovery landscape. How can you get the most from your provider AND leverage the value of your data? H5's Jason Richard discusses.
In our periodic Insight series from industry thought leaders, H5 interviews Kelly Twigger, Discovery Strategist, Principal at ESI Attorneys, and creator of eDiscovery Assistant™, on the state of eDiscovery today...and tomorrow.
Join our distinguished panel on Feb. 1 at 1PM for “From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of AI,” co-presented by The Future Society and moderated by Arthur R. Miller. Complimentary pass and CLE ethics credit available. (Drop by Booth 426 for a demo of H5 Matter Intelligence!)
Instead of seeing key documents as the end result of an eDiscovery burden, how about turning the process upside down? Informed search experts with the right tools can help counsel locate key documents early on that can influence the entire case strategy – including eDiscovery itself.
H5 Matter Intelligence has won the 2017 Relativity Innovation Award for Best Service Provider Innovation, presented at the Relativity Fest ceremony in Chicago. H5 Matter Intelligence is an application that empowers our clients with integrated billing, collaboration and infrastructure monitoring tools.
The legal realm isn’t exactly a hotbed of innovation, but looking to other industries for the inspiration to make changes may be instructive. Example: Delta Airlines' move to redesign the cabin experience for their passengers.
Document productions can be painful. Time is rarely on your side, there’s a very low tolerance for error, and surprises can pop up out of nowhere causing all kinds of headaches. Read a summary of production tips from Erika Namnath, and download her full paper from the post.
When it comes to key document identification in litigation and investigations, a dragnet approach won't do the trick. It's time to call in the search experts who have the tools and expertise to find critical information.
The application of keywords before using TAR should not be based on an "always" or "never" rule. In this Legaltech News article, Amanda Jones and Bruce Hedin of H5 discuss seven categories of questions that can help make your determination.