Identifying and logging potentially privileged documents has long been a pain point in document review. Expensive and time-consuming, ad hoc privilege workflows are the norm in most situations. That all changes with a new release of H5 Matter Analytics, which automates the most labor-intensive parts of the privilege review workflow to expedite eDiscovery, reduce costs, and facilitate identification of potentially privileged information.
In this breakthrough product demonstration, you’ll see how advanced privilege and email analytics are used to:
- Automate identification of lawyers, lawyer communications, lawyer mentions and legal discussions
- Create prioritized tiers of potentially privileged documents, including those that may be subject to privilege waiver
- Provide visibility into privilege actors and content in subsumed and derived email message headers
- Accelerate the subsequent review of documents with unique thread visualizations that enable document level, branch level, and thread level document coding.
VP of Products
Jason Richard has more than 20 years of experience in the legal services industry. As Vice President of Products for H5, his primary focus is in the development of products that leverage H5’s expertise in electronic discovery, litigation readiness and data analysis. He is also involved in strategic consulting regarding the management of electronic records in support of all phases of litigation, investigations, and litigation preparedness initiatives. Prior to joining H5, Mr. Richard served as the Director of Technology Services at Document Technologies, Inc., a national litigation services firm, where he was responsible for managing document and eDiscovery services for law firms and corporations with large scale discovery needs.
Associate Director, Professional Services
Jeffrey Grobart leads the H5 expert teams in pairing innovative technology with accumulated expertise to provide best in class service to corporate and law firm clients. Mr. Grobart is an expert in the use of litigation technology across the EDRM and has provided consulting services in a wide variety of practice areas during his 20 year career with an emphasis on antitrust, pharmaceutical, commercial real estate, and intellectual property engagements. In prior positions, he led cross functional teams addressing a wide variety of e-discovery issues and was a pioneer in the use of predictive technologies. Mr. Grobart received his B.S. in Political Science from Northern Illinois University and his Master’s in Data Science from Northwestern University.
Mike Quartararo, CEDS
Mike Quartararo is the President of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), which provides training and certification in e-discovery to the legal community. He is the author of the 2016 book Project Management in Electronic Discovery and has been successfully consulting in information governance, e-discovery, project management and legal technology for two decades, including 10-year stints at both Skadden Arps and Stroock. He is a certified Project Management Professional and a Certified E-Discovery Specialist. He frequently writes and speaks on e-discovery, legal operations, project management and technology topics. Reach him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @mikequartararo.