H5 congratulates the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL®) (http://www.nawl.org/) on their highly successful 8th Annual General Counsel Institute™ (GCI), held in New York City on November 8th and 9th.
Companies or firms facing action under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) must surmount a number of obstacles in order to review documents to determine if an alleged offence has occurred. Since most cases cross one or more borders, the cost conducting international or anti-bribery investigations can be signi...
The by now age-old rivalry between person and machine continues ever onward with concerns around technology-assisted review. The idea of giving control of document review decisions to a machine can understandably give one pause. What’s going on in the machine and how is a human to know?
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — H5, a leading provider of technology-assisted review and e-discovery services, has patented its process for "high recall and high precision relevancy searching."
Investors and marketers alike are racing to capitalize on the promise of so-called Big Data applications. By piecing together voluminous, disparate, and sometimes non-intuitive information, Big Data applications generate intelligence which enables companies to service, market, and sell to customers in ways never ...
H5 is proud to sponsor the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) Eighth Annual General Counsel Institute™ (GCI), to be held on November 7th and 8th in New York City. (http://www.nawl.org/)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — H5, a leading provider of technology-assisted review and e-discovery services, has patented its unique system and method for clustering large datasets, enabling faster and more scalable clustering on large datasets than more conventional clustering approaches.
When conducting privilege review in litigation, law firms and e-discovery providers often design keyword lists to identify a subset of potentially privileged documents that attorneys then review. The keyword lists used typically cast a broad net in targeting potentially privileged documents to protect against ina...
When conducting document review for case preparation, the ultimate goal is to find the smoking gun documents that help you make your case. You know them when you see them. But how do you find them when they’re not in plain sight, and how do you maximize your chances of finding all of them?
In law, nothing could go more against the grain for those who are inherently risk averse and precedent-trained than having to brave new approaches to the familiar, seemingly tried and true task of document review.