Professor Mitchell Marcus, the RCA Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Pennsylvania, comments on H5's unique approach to technology-assisted review.
Case Study: FCPA Investigation Document Review on Two Continents - Learn how H5 helped a major law firm conduct an massive FCPA investigation on two continents with data export restrictions and a huge volume of documents to search and assess.
Case Study: Finding Hot Documents in Litigation Document Review - H5 is routinely engaged to help leading law firms and corporate counsel find the hot documents they need to gain the advantage in litigation.
John Seely Brown, former head of Xerox PARC, shares his views on the novelty and power of H5's approach to technology-assisted review as applied to litigation document review.
Expert opinions: Ray Ocampo Jr., Former Oracle General Counsel comments on what's special about H5, saying "It's the only company I know that tackles this problem from a variety of angles and uses multiple competencies to solve a very complex problem."
Expert opinions: Former Havard Professor Arthur Miller shares his views on why we need a better method for legal document review, and why H5 is the way to go.
Expert opinions: Charles Blixt, former GC of RJ Reynolds, comments on the important challenges in modern eDdiscovery and how H5's expertise and solutions help counsel address eDiscovery requirements while saving money.
Case Study: Learn how H5 enabled a major health care insurance provider to complete a massive e-discovery and review effort to satisfy an time-critical Hart Scott Rodino (HSR) Second Request production on time and under budget.
Expert opinions: Two of the worlds foremost experts on the technology underpinnings of technology-assisted review share their views about why H5 is uniquely positioned to help counsel find the critical documents in litigation.
And Justice For All - An H5 Summit. A groundbreaking thought leadership summit sponsored by H5 on how the electronic information explosion is transforming the American legal system. Moderated by Harvard University's Arthur Miller, with panelists including Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, National Archives' Ja...