In this webinar, H5 presents a new interpretation of the eDiscovery workflow, exploring with an expert panel automated and AI-enabled processes and technologies for maximizing efficiencies and reducing costs and risks that converge with other data management imperatives such as data privacy and privilege.
Identifying and logging potentially privileged documents has long been a pain point in document review. That all changes with a new release of H5 Matter Analytics®. Watch the webinar to learn more.
In this Today's General Counsel webinar, Sheila Mackay and Karla Wehbe of H5 and TracyAnn Eggen of Dignity Health consider the current investigations landscape as they present key findings from the 2019 H5 Corporate Investigations Survey.
The eternal quest to make document review faster and less costly has only intensified as data volume and complexities grow. In this ACEDS webinar, learn how users are breaking review barriers with email threading, name normalization, priv review and other advanced functionalities of H5 Matter Analytics® H5’s po...
Need to find personally identifiable information (PII) in its many manifestations? Finding nuanced expressions of PII—and redacting them too, if need be— is really hard. In this ACEDS webinar, experts from H5 and Milyli will show you how to do it, combining the power of H5 Matter Analytics® and Blackout.
Watch this H5 webinar to learn through case studies how top lawyers at Covington and H5 legal search experts collaborated to leverage both human and technological intelligence to find critical information for investigations.
Christine Payne (Partner, Kirkland & Ellis), Dr. Bruce Hedin (Principal Scientist, H5) and Julia Brickell, (executive managing director and general counsel, H5) discuss how counsel may benefit at the meet-and-confer from information about the data each side holds, what technological methods might be used, and what...
A distinguished panel from H5 and Jordan Lawrence participate in this webcast, which provides Legal and IT a step-by-step process that will enable companies to defensibly eliminate as much as 60% of unstructured content.