In this Corporate Compliance Insights article, John Kihlberg of H5, and Matthew Close and Brittany Rogers of O'Melveny & Myers, suggest that corporate Boards can leverage the use of search expertise and technology for early insight into corporate behavior.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Savvy law firms understand that using analytics to find key documents in litigation is a winning strategy. Some are hiring data scientists or even developing analytics teams. However, these exact teams already exist in a select few litigation services firms. H5 is premier among them.
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.
Julia Brickell, Esq. H5, and Peter Pizzi, Esq., NYLJ Supplement. Learn how advanced search tools in the right hands can strategically probe data collections to identify key documents, giving counsel insight into litigation and investigations.