H5 Matter Analytics® Named to NLJ’s Inaugural List of Emerging Technologies. Relativity-integrated Analytics Product with Sophisticated Email Threading and Use-Case Driven Solutions for Enhanced Document Review Seen as a Technology Promoting Change in Law Firms and Legal Departments.
This 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide article takes a look at H5 Matter Analytics, a cutting-edge Relativity-integrated tool that helps users create efficiencies and manage workflow through email threading, name normalization, PII identification and much more.
This 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide article takes a look at the benefits of H5's search-as-a-service offering, Key Document Identification. With targeted data interrogation by H5 experts, critical information can be located early in the matter resulting in cost-savings and reduced risk.
H5 Matter Analytics® has been named to the National Law Journal’s inaugural list of Emerging Legal Technologies, which highlights new legal technologies that are changing the way law firms and legal departments operate.
Legal prowess is no longer sufficient. Forward-thinking counsel must consider the impact and efficacy of increasingly powerful technologies and align with those who have requisite expertise. Julia Brickell, H5's general counsel, discusses this new reality in a New York Law Journal article this month.
In a special guest feature of Inside Big Data, Julia Brickell, H5's Executive Managing Director and General Counsel, discusses the possible collision course of the legal profession with artificial intelligence, given AI’s massive potential to disrupt the practice of law and its extraordinary growth.
H5 search experts and attorneys from Covington & Burling presented three investigations case studies in a recent webinar that described how they collaborated – using a tested methodology – to find the critical documents that led to successful outcomes.
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.
In a spirit of giving, dedicated H5 employees volunteered at the St. Anthony’s Free Clothing Program recently, pitching in to help provide clothing to the city's less advantaged population.
H5's Lon Troyer and Mark E. Harrington, Executive VP, GC and Corporate Secretary of Greenwave Systems, explore the value of micro-investigations, targeted inquires which leverage sampling and advanced search technologies to identify critical documents quickly and cost effectively for investigations.