Julie Brickell, in Westlaw Journal Computer & Internet (June 17, 2016 issue) H5's general counsel Julia Brickell discusses the impact of technological change on the role and ethical responsibilities of counsel.
Julie Brickell and Bruce Hedin, in Today's General Counsel. The change to Rule 26(b) in the Federal Rules emphasizes proportionality in discovery. This article explores a practical way to help counsel leverage that concept, while still uncovering the information that actually matters to the case.
Shelley Podolny, H5 in the Atkinson-Baker Court Reporter The world today is data-driven, allowing both individuals and organizations to achieve cost savings, engage in better decision-making, and drive product development more precisely tailored to our needs. But there are costs.
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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.
Shelley Podolny, H5. LegalTech News. A look at the importance and nuances of linguistics in in eDiscovery, litigation, and, searching through ever growing tranches of ESI.
Jaron Luttich (H5), Vivek Hatti, (Infosys) As the economy gets healthier and outside pressures wane, corporate legal departments may lack the motivation to innovate further.
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...
Let’s face it, today we’re living in a world of “big data” and bigger data. Like it or not, the world is now data driven, fueled by an ever-evolving variety of data sources. What do we gain, and what are we giving up?
In this post, Bruce Hedin of H5 answers a question raised in the recent webinar, “Helping Minds Meet: Talking TAR at the Meet-and-Confer,” where the topic was things to consider when TAR is on the table.