Even the most tech-savvy companies may be challenged by large productions. Does the government have higher expectations when it comes to tech companies? Lon Troyer of H5 weighs in.
Leading global eDiscovery education and certification provider the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS), a BARBRI professional association, is pleased to announce that H5 is the association’s newest “Silver Level” affiliate partner.
Accelerate review, evaluate the quality and composition of your productions, and know more faster with H5 Matter Analytics, the Relativity-integrated solution to assist you in creating efficiencies and managing workflow - with email threading, near deduplication and PII functions included.
Search-related conflicts are still stumbling blocks in the litigation process, resulting in wasted time and money. What can be done to ease the burden in court? A tried-and-true approach: consult with a search expert first.
In this LegalBusinessWeek roundtable discussion, H5's Lon Troyer, Jeffrey Fowler (O'Melveny), Aaron Lewis (Covington and Burling), and Jeffrey Greene (Greenberg Traurig), discuss the need to leverage both human and technological intelligence to get the best results in eDiscovery efforts.
In this Daily Journal article, H5's Julie Brickell discusses ISO's recently released Standard 27050-3, Code of practice for eDiscovery, which describes a systematic approach to the discovery process.
While today's law students may be more comfortable with technology than their predecessors, their legal futures would be a lot brighter if their law schools were, too. Learn more about how law schools fare when it comes to including technology and innovation in their offerings.
Accelerate review, evaluate the quality and composition of your productions, and know more faster with H5 Matter Analytics, the Relativity®-integrated solution to assist you in creating efficiencies and managing workflow.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the new headline-grabbing buzzword these days as we come to appreciate the extent to which it has permeated our daily lives—not just in conversation—but in reality. We've been using AI for a while in the legal community, without calling it that. If we do, will it matter?
A roundtable, including H5's Julia Brickell, in this month's Law Journal Newsletter's Cybersecurity Law & Strategy, discussing how the volume and complexity of data, the availability of AI for review, heightened concerns about privacy and security are shaping the evolution of e-discovery.
The increasing data sophistication of some eDiscovery professionals along with the tools that they are able to deploy (or create) is raising expectations and transforming the eDiscovery landscape. How can you get the most from your provider AND leverage the value of your data? H5's Jason Richard discusses.
H5's Principal Scientist, Bruce Hedin, discusses "The Nuts and Bolts of Negotiating a Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) Protocol" with Moderator Robert Brownstone, Fenwick & West LLP, Maura R. Grossman, University of Waterloo & Maura Grossman Law, and the Hon. Andrew J. Peck, U.S. District Court, Southern Distric...
H5's Charlie Kaupp talks with Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information Project about using the extensibility of Relativity for providing applications like the Innovation-Award-winning H5 Matter Intelligence℠.
In our periodic Insight series from industry thought leaders, H5 interviews Kelly Twigger, Discovery Strategist, Principal at ESI Attorneys, and creator of eDiscovery Assistant™, on the state of eDiscovery today...and tomorrow.
H5 has announced that the company will exhibit at the 2018 Legaltech® Tradeshow in New York and will also present a panel discussion entitled “From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.” Read more about it!
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.
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.
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.
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?
From time to time, H5 likes to check in with other experts in the field of eDiscovery to get a fresh take on what may lie ahead in light of evolving data challenges. Read this enlightening Q&A with Angela Bunting, Vice President – eDiscovery at Nuix.
Legaltech® shows us that technology is evolving quickly, but there is still a disconnect between advanced technological tools and the use lawyers are making of them. What will it take for the legal community to catch up?
The 2017 DESI VII workshop of the ICAIL conference will focus on emerging protocols and novel techniques for identifying and protecting sensitive information in large collections, a hot topic as privacy and security concerns continue to escalate. DESI is now calling for written contributions for the conference.
For your consideration: instead of buying some technology or a whole suite of gadgets you have to learn and deploy yourself, hire an expert-driven solution. You’ll find the payoff you’ve been seeking since you embarked on your exploration of legal technology, and your house will be much better off for it.
In an interview with Monica Bay at ILTACON 2015, Judge Andrew Peck wondered aloud whether changes to the Federal Rules, set to go into effect on December 1, will be like the proverbial tree falling in the forest – is there a sound if there’s no one there to listen?
Litigation data repositories can be a challenge for any law firm or corporation to manage. Whether in-house or externally hosted, they require significant care and feeding, especially as regulatory requirements, security concerns and complexities of the ESI environment increase.
Talk about stepping up to the plate! Hats off to Geoffrey Vance of Perkins Coie for sharing his realization that the snail-paced acceptance of technology-assisted review (TAR) rests not with software manufacturers, eDiscovery vendors, judges, governmental agencies, clients or non-lawyer technology professionals i...
H5 congratulates both Bennett Borden and Drinker, Biddle & Reath on Borden’s appointment as chief data scientist (CDS) for the firm. It’s always refreshing to consider a category of employment that has been created rather than displaced by technology.
The Sixth Workshop on Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (DESI VI) will be held in San Diego on June 8, 2015, as part of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL). The Workshop aims to foster engagement and advance guidelines and standards for machine learning and other a...
Today’s IT department has morphed from service provider to corporate data hub. With the keys to the data kingdom in IT's hands, their role in the eDiscovery process is crucial. For many companies, especially those involved in complex or serial litigation, the relationship between IT and legal is probably mature....
The legal profession is slow to change, however, and although "revolution" is unlikely in this domain, finding ways to accelerate evolution may not be. Corporate counsel, whether outside or in-house, must strive to be forward-thinking and consider ways to increase their technological competencies to better serve t...
In New York City this past week, H5 sponsored the final BNA roadshow presentation of Joseph Looby’s documentary film, the Decade of Discovery. Braving the cold to attend, an energetic crowd sampled hors d’oeuvres and wine before taking their seats, popcorn in hand, to watch the film and hear a lively panel dis...
“Sea change” has become one of those buzzy concepts that creeps into conversations and articles much more than it probably should. It’s meant to evoke the notion of a foundational shift, a metamorphosis, something with its own momentum that sets a new direction with no turning back. Let’s face it, though, ...
Jason, welcome to True North. And welcome to Hollywood! You now also have a movie credit to your name in IMDB, as you appear in Joe Looby's documentary “The Decade of Discovery™.” We understand that the film follows your quest to find a better way to search White House email, as well as the career of the lat...
In a lively and informative ACED’s webinar on “Lawyer Competency in the Age of E-Discovery,” Craig Ball, the well-known eDiscovery consultant and Special Master, made what he called a “quick point” in his conversation with the Hon. Patrick Walsh, but it’s one that is at once so obvious and so overlooke...
There is no question Judge Peck’s intrepid thought leadership with regard to the use of technology for document review has been a driving force in the evolution of eDiscovery methodologies, and he is most certainly owed a debt of gratitude for helping to challenge the status quo and question the previously accep...
There’s an interesting trend emerging in the usually separate worlds of law and technology that is worth a closer look. Because if it really catches on, it bodes well indeed for those who dwell in the world of eDiscovery or concern themselves with information governance and data security.
Historically, professionalization has served consumers well, resulting in greater efficiencies, greater quality, lower costs and reliable standards that can be trusted by consumers and society at large. The same benefits can be expected from the professionalization of legal search, or document review. Learn more i...
In this 2008 National Law Journal Article, H5 CEO Nicolas Economou discusses the concept of an honest broker—an entity adept in e-discovery and complex information retrieval—that would incorporate all the critical competencies necessary to ensure that the data that need to be discovered are produced.