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    2021-07-22 16:45:25
    Blog
    AI Legislation and Regulation: What’s in store for 2021?

    Although there have been regulatory efforts to address privacy and bias concerns regarding AI in the past, more are in store for 2021.

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    2021-07-14 14:28:29
    Blog
    How to Get Started with TAR

    Using TAR often comes with greater demands for transparency but some simple approaches can help teams start to use it with fewer obstacles.

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    2021-06-28 18:32:45
    Blog
    New Rules, New Tools: AI and Compliance

    Artificial intelligence brings exciting new possibilities to companies trying to navigate the expanding realms of data and compliance.

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    2021-06-15 13:04:22
    Blog
    Why do Lawyers Demand More Transparency with TAR?

    TAR has been court-approved for use in litigation for years, but many legal professionals still don't use it: transparency is a key factor.

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    2021-04-28 13:26:43
    Blog
    Biden’s First 100 Days: A New Regulatory Forecast

    Initial actions of the Biden administration signal an increased regulatory environment, suggesting a need for proactive and well-prepared legal and compliance functions.

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    2021-03-23 12:54:55
    Blog
    eDiscovery Analytics Use Cases You May Not Know About

    As data analytics tools and methods become more sophisticated, they can can help organize, visualize, identify and reduce data to expedite review and enhance review processes. Here are some use cases you may not have considered.

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    2021-03-17 14:17:02
    Blog
    How Name Normalization Accelerates Privilege Review

    Many challenges of electronic information and messaging relate to knowing the actual identity of the message creator or recipient when so many aliases are in play. Learn how automated name normalization tools can help, especially when it comes to privilege review.

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    2021-03-04 10:07:16
    Blog
    Is Your AI Algorithm Admissible in Court? Some Things to Consider.

    As AI increasingly permeates our lives, its use in the legal realm requires careful consideration by both practitioners and the courts, especially when considering legal processes and rules of evidence.  Here are some things to consider.

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    2021-02-03 13:23:05
    Articles
    How Micro-Investigations Can Boost Supply-Chain Compliance

    In this February SupplyChainBrain article, H5 expert Eric Pender discusses how micro-investigations can address increased compliance risks from the pandemic fallout.

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    2020-12-16 12:17:28
    Blog
    Five Common Mistakes In Keyword Search: How Many Do You Make?

    Keyword search in document review requires thought, skill and up-front work. Avoid these common mistakes when searching for responsive information.

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    2020-12-08 11:38:34
    White Papers
    What's Your Ethical Duty Regarding AI? Here's What the ABA Says.

    What is the ethical duty for courts and lawyers regarding the use of AI? How should they address that ethical duty in their daily practice? Here’s what the American Bar Association (ABA) says.

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    2020-12-01 14:33:09
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    Document Review: It's Not Location, Location, Location. It’s Process, Process, Process.

    The success of a document review isn't about location, it's about process — and the ability to manage the review effectively regardless of where it's conducted. Here are four best practices to make your document reviews more efficient and cost effective, whether they're remote or not.

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    2020-11-04 16:35:02
    Blog
    Privilege Mishaps: Lessons Learned

    Getting privilege calls right can be a time-consuming headache, but getting them wrong can lead to costly motion practice that may not leave you on the winning end. A look at past mishaps may be enlightening as a reminder that this is a nuanced process that deserves serious attention.

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    2020-09-24 12:04:15
    Podcasts
    Episode 3. When the Whistle Blows: Understanding Whistleblower Investigations

    What really motivates a whistleblower?  What does a whistleblower investigation look like? And what should company leaders know in order to ensure their organizations are prepared and protected when these types of investigations affect them? Host Kimberly Culpepper interviews in-house expert, Jeffrey Grobart.

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    2020-09-01 14:36:28
    White Papers
    Reimagining eDiscovery to Meet Growing Data Challenges

    As data volume and complexity continue to grow, in-house legal professionals are in prime position to examine the evolving eDiscovery model and leverage upstream synergies that can benefit a number of enterprise efforts. What do you need to know to lead your organization in the right direction? Read this eBook to ...

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    2020-06-08 13:23:19
    Blog
    Speed to Knowledge: Critical in White Collar Cases

    With white collar crime on the rise, companies must increase their vigilance and be on the alert for bad actors, taking all necessary steps to identify any malfeasance as quickly as possible. The negative downside consequences to a slow reaction can be steep.

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    2020-05-26 15:11:25
    White Papers
    Beyond Keywords: Vetting Providers for Your Next Litigation or Investigation

    Finding critical facts lies at the heart of any litigation or investigation, but the search for key information can feel like running a gauntlet amidst ever-changing priorities and an avalanche of data. If you decide to go beyond DIY, vetting solution providers may seem just as daunting. Here’s what you need to ...

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    2020-03-30 10:45:11
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    Prioritize Fact-Finding in Your Litigation and Discovery Strategy

    There is a substantive difference between identifying what is responsive for production versus honing in on the key information that ultimately decides a case or investigation, and a good discovery strategy reflects that distinction. Find out why it makes a difference.

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    2020-02-24 14:19:32
    Blog
    Beyond HIPAA: Protecting Private Data in Healthcare Fraud Matters

    In healthcare investigations and litigation, organizations must be mindful not only of managing protected health information subject to HIPAA, but also protected consumer information, which is now subject to regulations such as the California Consumer Privacy Act.

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    2020-02-12 11:57:56
    Blog
    eDiscovery for Investigations: Different Goal, Different Approach.

    A good eDiscovery workflow hinges on the goal: are you looking for responsive documents or key documents? Learn why this makes a difference in the approach.

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    2020-01-07 10:08:56
    Articles
    Getting to the Bottom of Whistleblower Complaints

    Whistleblower complaints are on the rise, increasing the burden on investigators. In this Corporate Compliance Insights article, H5’s Jeffrey Grobart discusses tools and methods to accelerate the vetting process.

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    2019-12-05 12:33:07
    Blog
    Stay One Step Ahead of Investigations with Proactive Data Monitoring

    With investigations on the rise, proactive data monitoring is an important part of the compliance effort, mitigating potential damage—both financial and reputational—that could result from the behavior of a few bad actors. Learn more.

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    2019-11-13 14:22:02
    White Papers
    Finding the Facts: Anatomy of a Healthcare Fraud Investigation

    This H5 whitepaper describes in detail the process of using advanced search and analytics to find key documents for a high profile healthcare fraud investigation.  

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    2019-10-17 12:00:19
    Blog
    Taming the Privilege Log

    Privilege review may be costly, but privilege logging can be daunting. Here are some things to keep in mind to make the process a little less painful.

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    2019-09-11 12:55:14
    Blog
    Reduce Risk, Save Money: Accelerating Privilege Review Responsibly

    Privilege review can be the most expensive component of discovery. With growing data volumes and sometimes unclear definitions, even well-meaning parties can introduce risk and errors into their process. Learn how to refine the process and increase efficiencies in your next privilege review.

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    2019-08-14 11:42:49
    Blog
    Fact-finding for a litigation or investigation? Plan ahead before diving in

    Getting to the bottom of alleged claims is often a high-stakes race to find critical information amidst an avalanche of data. Whether for an internal investigation, early case assessment, or deposition preparation, key document identification is critical. Learn how upfront planning increases your ability to syste...

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    2019-05-09 13:30:49
    Blog
    Is Your Workflow Working? Finding Facts in Healthcare Litigation and Investigations

    Early and effective fact-finding in litigation or investigations, especially in the healthcare realm, is crucial. Is your team hampered by an outdated workflow?

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    2019-04-02 18:22:25
    Blog
    Looking for Personally Identifiable Information? Which Method is Best?

    Personally identifiable information (PII) is critical to businesses these days, but just having it on hand comes with great risk, especially in the case of a data breach. There are several methods of finding it in large data populations, but many fall short. What's the best way to identify it?

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    2018-04-09 15:27:17
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    AI: What’s in a name?

    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?

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    2018-03-22 16:54:25
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    eDiscovery Data: What Else is it Good For?

    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.

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    2017-11-07 16:59:09
    Blog
    To Win Cases, Turn eDiscovery Upside Down

    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.

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    2017-07-24 12:59:14
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    About to Select an eDiscovery Vendor? Three Questions You Really Need to Ask.

    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.

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    2017-06-19 16:18:51
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    eDiscovery Processing: 7 Tips for Reducing Stress (and Spend)

    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.)