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.
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.
Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information Project interviews H5's Erika Namnath about leveraging the power of Relativity and H5's Key Document Identification to help clients gain the advantage in handling litigation and investigations.
Document Review: It's data now - learn why it matters. Find out why treating documents as though they're still on paper can hinder litigation and investigations.
For internal or government investigations, rapidly surfacing the key facts is critical to the outcome. Learn how H5 has helped companies avoid surprises by identifying the information that can help counsel establish the evidentiary trail, assess risk, and formulate an effective response.
Case Study: Finding Hot Documents in Litigation Document Review - Learn how H5 helped counsel find the hot documents they needed in a complex patent litigation between two major technology companies.
Let’s face it, today we’re living in a world of “big data” and bigger data. Like it or not, the world is now data driven, fueled by an ever-evolving variety of data sources. What do we gain, and what are we giving up?
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...