Join our distinguished panel on Feb. 1 at 1PM for “From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of AI,” co-presented by The Future Society and moderated by Arthur R. Miller. Complimentary pass and CLE ethics credit available. (Drop by Booth 426 for a demo of H5 Matter Intelligence!)
H5 Matter Intelligence is a multi-faceted application that provides Relativity® users a powerful suite of dynamic tools to help maximize their eDiscovery hosting experience.
Control cost and risk and enhance your eDiscovery management experience in Relativity® with H5 Matter Intelligence, a collaboration, billing and infrastructure monitoring application that provides real-time access to the critical matter knowledge you need.
Instead of seeing key documents as the end result of an eDiscovery burden, how about turning the process upside down? Informed search experts with the right tools can help counsel locate key documents early on that can influence the entire case strategy – including eDiscovery itself.
Julia Brickell and Peter Pizzi discuss the new ISO Standard for eDiscovery (ISO 27050-3), which articulates a "Code of Practice" and methodology for the eDiscovery process.
H5 Matter Intelligence has won the 2017 Relativity Innovation Award for Best Service Provider Innovation, presented at the Relativity Fest ceremony in Chicago. H5 Matter Intelligence is an application that empowers our clients with integrated billing, collaboration and infrastructure monitoring tools.
H5, a leading provider of eDiscovery and technology-assisted review services, today announced that the company’s H5 Matter Intelligence℠ has won Relativity’s 2017 Innovation Award in the category of Best Innovation: Solution Provider.
H5's Amanda Jones will be a panel participant in a discussion of "Approaches to Lexical Search" at the Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute, an event to be held on November 16-17, 2017 at The JW Marriott in Washington, D.C.
The legal realm isn’t exactly a hotbed of innovation, but looking to other industries for the inspiration to make changes may be instructive. Example: Delta Airlines' move to redesign the cabin experience for their passengers.
Document productions can be painful. Time is rarely on your side, there’s a very low tolerance for error, and surprises can pop up out of nowhere causing all kinds of headaches. Read a summary of production tips from Erika Namnath, and download her full paper from the post.