The adoption and use of AI and machine learning has changed both daily life and business practices across a wide spectrum of industries. In this ACEDS NY Metro Chapter Newsletter article by Cat Casey & James A. Sherer, Nicolas Economou describes the ethical challenges facing legal in the adoption of AI.
There is an uptick in regulatory enforcement activities in matters spanning a broad set of issues, including antitrust, false claims, securities fraud, export enforcement, and workplace safety, just to name a few. With these types of investigations, regardless of the issue or federal agency in question, it is impo...
In this Law.com article, Victoria Hudgins speaks with H5's Sheila Mackay regarding findings from H5's recent Corporate Investigations Survey.
H5 has released a report analyzing the results of a survey that examined current trends relating to corporate investigations and the outlook for the future. Read more about it here.
Privilege review may be costly, but privilege logging can be daunting. Here are some things to keep in mind to make the process a little less painful.
The ability to find PII is becoming more important than ever. But what actually counts as personal information and how can you possibly find it in the huge data stores of unstructured information that live and breathe in most companies today? Read this whitepaper to find out.
The IEEE, the global standards-setting body, is to put in place benchmarks for legal AI applications and seek to establish order in what some see as a ‘Wild West’ market for machine learning tools. Nicolas Economou, H5 CEO and chair of the Law Committee of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and...
Identifying and retaining data that has business value is critical but it can also pose risks for corporations. Today’s General Counsel conducted a Q&A with H5's Sheila Mackay and Karla Wehbe about these competing realities.
The ABA policymaking body adopted a resolution urging courts and lawyers to address the emerging ethical and legal issues related to the use of artificial intelligence (“AI”) in the practice of law. Nicolas Economou, H5 CEO, chair of the law committee of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and ...
Even the most tech-savvy companies may be challenged by large productions. Does the government have higher expectations when it comes to tech companies? Lon Troyer of H5 weighs in.