NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2014 Business Intelligence Associates, Inc. (BIA), a leader in legal preservation and eDiscovery software and services, today announced that Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS, VP Advisory Services at Business Intelligence Associates, and Lisa Prowse, Esq., CEDS, VP of Legal Services and Document Review, will appear as panelists at the prestigious ABA Midyear 2014 Conference in Chicago.
The panel featuring Schwartz and Prowse is titled “The ABC’s of Document Management With Predictive Coding,” and explores the increased use of computer assisted (predictive) coding as a means of conducting cost effective document searches to determine relevance of documents in criminal and civil matters. Predictive coding is the way of the future for document intensive litigation and provides a far superior method of getting through hundreds of thousands of documents over a manual review, getting to the most relevant documents as quickly as possible.
“We were honored to be invited to participate in this panel, and look forward to speaking about this important topic as it impacts most matters involved with eDiscovery today,” said Schwartz and Prowse.
Other panelists include Christopher King of Dentons, Honorable Nan R. Nolan (Ret.) U.S. Magistrate Judge, Edward Page from Carlton Fields and Eric Matrejeck of PWC Forensics Technology Solutions.
For those interested in attending, this panel discussion will take place on the 2nd floor of the Events Centre at the Swissotel, in the Montreaux 1 Meeting Room. The Swissotel is located at 323 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60601. Registration is still open.
BIA is a leader in the legal information management industry, with over a decade of experience helping companies and their law firms successfully manage documents and data for lawsuits, regulatory matters and internal investigations in defensible and cost-effective ways. BIA offers the only secure cloud-based, integrated legal data preservation system: TotalDiscovery, a web-based software solution that includes complete legal hold management and data preservation connectivity to many enterprise systems to ensure a legally defensible method for preserving and analyzing critical documents and data. With no software to install or hardware to provision, TotalDiscovery can be used immediately, with no extensive training or configuration required. TotalDiscovery was designed for use by both Legal and IT for all types of situations, from small internal issues to large complex lawsuits and regulatory matters. With its powerful enterprise-class features, instant availability, expert workflow, unique flat-fee licenses, and no up-front costs, BIA’s TotalDiscovery is the future of legal information management. Find out more at www.biaprotect.com.