SAN FRANCISCO, CA — H5, the leading expert in search and data classification, and Jordan Lawrence, the leading provider of records management and information governance solutions, today announced a strategic partnership to help companies take control of their electronic information.
In the current round of proposed changes to the Federal Rules, the change to Rule 37e related to the standard for an adverse inference instruction has raised some interesting controversy in the legal community. Some think that a showing of negligence or gross negligence should be the standard. But in this era of ...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Benjamin Allen, former CEO of Kroll and Kroll Ontrack, and Stanley Stroup, former general counsel of Wells Fargo, bring unparalleled e-discovery and corporate legal leadership experience to H5’s Board.
H5 interviews Judge Ron Hedges about social media and his ongoing involvement in matters related to ESI from his unique perspective as a former US Magistrate Judge.
“In with the new” is sometimes slow going in the legal realm, but what would a year-end be without taking at least a brief moment to look back before moving on? 2013 may not have been one with the most seismic shifts in e-discovery, but there were some important topics and themes that will no doubt carry on th...
H5. Keyword search can be tricky, but these few tips from a linguist can make all the difference in finding more of what you need and less of what you don't.
Tania Lihatsh, H5. Keywords are used all the time as a means of trying to locate potentially relevant information in a document population. This article explores the ways to improve the effectiveness of keywords to increase the chances of finding what you need, while reducing the capture of extraneous material.
Jason Richard, H5. Suits from differnt litigants often involve the same documents for each individual case. Why re-collect, re-tag, or re-review for privilege? Do it once and manage the data.
Followers of H5 know the value we place on expertise—especially as it relates to keyword search. We say it loudly and often—not as a self-serving exercise, but because we know it to be true: successful keyword search for e-discovery requires linguistic expertise.
More and more, attorneys find themselves under pressure—from the bench, the bar, even their own clients—to rev up their technology IQ. More than just a nudge to get practitioners up to speed, bench directives, rules changes and “tech audits” (see True North’s Q&A with Casey Flaherty) are forcing attorney...