In this CLE, Principal Consultant Dan Brassil discusses how basic principles of linguistics and data science can be applied to Key Document Identification in litigation and investigations, maximizing time and personnel investments while minimizing the risk of missing critical information.
Selecting an eDiscovery vendor is always a hot topic among litigation support professionals. There can be a lot at stake—including the amount of stress you face later on. Before you commit, make sure you’ve asked the vendor these 3 important questions.
H5 Matter Intelligence (H5MI) is a new application for H5’s Relativity clients and includes a combination of powerful billing, resource, and data composition analytics, providing extensive visibility into matters for maximum knowledge and project control.
In eDiscovery, good processing decisions early on can make a big difference later. Consider these 7 tips from H5's Erika Namnath for reducing cost and stress. (First in a series. Coming up in future posts: tips for efficient hosting and production.)
In a large antitrust matter, H5’s expert search team used proprietary tools and methods to surface documents that a large case team had been unable to find for months —and might never have found.
Are you paying eDiscovery hosting fees for workspaces or services you're no longer using? If only your provider knows for sure, you may have a problem. The ball may be in your court to keep track, but could providers make it easier for you know exactly where you stand?
The DESI VII Workshop at ICAIL 2017 will explore "Using Advanced Data Analysis in eDiscovery and Related Disciplines to Identify and Protect Sensitive Information in Large Collections," an important topic given the advent of General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in the EU and heightened awareness of PII as a...
Julia Brickell, H5's general counsel, discusses legal competence and the role of technological expertise in this April/May 2017 issue of Today's General Counsel. This is a topic gaining attention as evolving technologies – and the competence of those who use them – come under increasing scrutiny by the bench ...
Litigators need facts—the earlier in the matter, the better. Learn how Key Document Identification (KDI), in the hands of the right search experts, can help lawyers target the critical data needed to make to make vital decisions early on, prepare for depositions and trial, and gain the advantage in litigation.
Jeff Kangas, H5's Executive Managing Director, explains how H5's Key Document Identification turns fact-finding on its head to give counsel the advantage in litigation and investigations.