Getting to the bottom of alleged claims is often a high-stakes race to find critical information amidst an avalanche of data. Whether for an internal investigation, early case assessment, or deposition preparation, key document identification is critical. Learn how upfront planning increases your ability to syste...
ROT. Every large company has it – electronic data that is redundant, obsolete, or trivial and should be disposed of. With cyber breach concerns and privacy mandates on the rise, it poses a greater risk than ever before. For companies looking for effective ways to tackle the problem, here are a few tips to get th...
In this Bloomberg Big Law Business article, Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5, comments on the recent proposal by the ABA for the legal profession to address the emerging ethical and legal issues presented by the growing use of AI.
With risk at every turn, collaboration, preparedness and search expertise can help healthcare companies gain the advantage in litigation and investigations. This H5 whitepaper explains how.
Learn how H5 helped a Fortune 500 health insurance provider on a tight deadline complete a massive review—on time and on budget for—an HSR Second Request.
Learn how H5 used Key Document Identification to help a large health insurance provider pursue an internal investigation involving potentially concealed employee conflicts of interest with external vendors.
Learn how H5 used Key Document Identification to help a Fortune 100 health insurance provider manage a large investigation that could have triggered False Claims Act violations.
Consolidation of all the ways an individual can be identified with advanced name normalization techniques provides multiple benefits in discovery. Find out why.
In this Law360 Compliance article, H5's Julia Brickell discusses how defensible disposal of corporate data presents an excellent opportunity to mitigate the impact of the data-driven risks most companies face today, and suggests steps to take that can get things moving.
Predictive coding comes in a variety of flavors, such as Simple Passive Learning (SPL) and Simple Active Learning (SAL). In this Q&A, H5 expert Amanda Jones discusses the basics of Continuous Active Learning (CAL), a newer predictive coding protocol used for document assessment in eDiscovery.