Litigators need facts—the earlier in the matter, the better. Learn how Key Document Identification (KDI), in the hands of the right search experts, can help lawyers target the critical data needed to make to make vital decisions early on, prepare for depositions and trial, and gain the advantage in litigation.
From time to time, H5 likes to check in with other experts in the field of eDiscovery to get a fresh take on what may lie ahead in light of evolving data challenges. Read this enlightening Q&A with Angela Bunting, Vice President – eDiscovery at Nuix.
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Legaltech® shows us that technology is evolving quickly, but there is still a disconnect between advanced technological tools and the use lawyers are making of them. What will it take for the legal community to catch up?
If your 2017 New Year’s resolution is to get on board with Rule 1.1 of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct and “keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology,” do we have a book for you!
The 2017 DESI VII workshop of the ICAIL conference will focus on emerging protocols and novel techniques for identifying and protecting sensitive information in large collections, a hot topic as privacy and security concerns continue to escalate. DESI is now calling for written contributions for the conference.
Savvy law firms understand that using analytics to find key documents in litigation is a winning strategy. Some are hiring data scientists or even developing analytics teams. However, these exact teams already exist in a select few litigation services firms. H5 is premier among them.
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Two recent Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) cases in the Second Circuit addressing whether contract attorneys are engaging in the "practice of law" when they perform document review services should be giving the legal community plenty of food for thought.
In its December 2014 Newsletter, the Technology Committee of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) published “The Ethics of Technology in E-Discovery – An Introduction,” in which the authors, Julia Brickell and Peter Pizzi, explore the rules changes and ethics opinions recently issued by va...