TREC 2011 has wrapped up and provided their final report on the comparison of search results for a defined discovery effort. There are some key takeaways that are worth thinking about.
The Wall Street Journal. In this article, Joe Palazzolo cites the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology article referencing H5's performance at TREC Legal Track to illustrate that certain computer-based approaches outperform human reviewers. [Available to subscribers of the Wall Street Journal.]
Law Technology News. Through its partnership with kCura, H5 will offer clients Relativity® hosting services as a complement to the company's search and review services.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — H5 has announced that it has become a Relativity® Premium Hosting Partner. The addition of Relativity enables H5 to offer its clients a secure, highly scalable and customizable eDiscovery review platform that complements its core expert search and review service.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — H5, a leading provider of technology-assisted review and search services for the legal industry, lauded two recent court proceedings that cold impact the future of technology-assisted review in legal discovery.
Maura R. Grossman & Gordon V. Cormack, XVII RICH. J.L. & TECH. 11 (2011). This article offers evidence that technology-assisted review, while indeed more efficient, can also yield results superior to those of exhaustive manual review.
Julia Brickell, Special to the EDD Update blog We jump through hoops to do discovery in the United States. Are we meeting our obligations? Julia Brickell comments on the quality of search in eDiscovery in the digital age.
Julia L. Brickell, Arthur M. Langer, IEEE Xplore. There is now judicial recognition that technological tools will have to play a role in case discovery. The right coupling of technology and human expertise can provide benefits not possible when either is used on its own.
Julia Brickell, H5. With the exploding quantity of information that clients now generate and store electronically, providing informed advice increasingly calls for a fundamental knowledge of the most effective ways to search and review that information.
Julia Brickell, H5. In this article, learn how managing legacy information now can reduce the data volume that might be subject to unanticipated regulatory or litigation demands (and expense) in the future.