NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2014 Business Intelligence Associates, Inc. (BIA), a leader in data preservation and eDiscovery software and services, announced that they will be hosting an all-ethics credit CLE panel on the Emerging Technologies Track at LegalTech 2014.
“One of the most talked about issues in discovery has been spoliation. With frequent headlines in trade journals referring to spoliation sanctions, this is going to be a must-attend program for those at this year’s LegalTech,” said Robin Thompson, VP Marketing for BIA. “This is our third year presenting at LegalTech, and for the past two years, BIA has been proud to have presented the highest rated and best attended program on the Emerging Technologies track. We feel this is another great program presented in the BIA tradition that our attendees have come to expect, that features nationally recognized women in law, plus a full hour of ethics credit” added Thompson.
BIA President, Brian Schrader, Esq., will serve as Moderator of this panel discussion that will explore and discuss recent court decisions, statutes and best practices associated with legal hold from the perspective of both the corporate and private law firm.
Carla Christofferson, Esq., Managing Partner of the Los Angeles office of O’Melveny & Myers. Ms. Christofferson is the Managing Partner of the Los Angeles office of O’Melveny & Myers LLP, the Firm's largest office, and a member of the Business Trial and Litigation Practice. Ms. Christofferson has represented companies as diverse as ExxonMobil and Trader Joe’s, and entertainment litigation involving multi-million dollar intellectual property rights for both a major motion picture studio and independent film companies, and has been the recipient of multiple honors including being named Litigator of the Year (Century City Bar Association); Top Women Litigators (Daily Journal); Super Lawyer (Los Angeles Magazine); “Top Business Person” (Daily Business Journal); 100 Most Influential Lawyers in California (Daily Journal); O'Melveny Values Award recipient; University of North Dakota Young Alumni Award; “I Have a Dream”® Foundation Dream Keeper Award; California Women’s Foundation Trailblazer Award; Junior League Women in Leadership Award; Urban Economic Summit Living History Award; Anti-Defamation League Deborah Award.
Julie Grantham, Esq., General Counsel of COI Enterprises. Ms. Grantham is nationally regarded as a leading authority in eDiscovery law. She is the author of numerous white papers, and has appeared at symposiums and conferences nationwide on eDiscovery. For three years, Ms. Grantham has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Texas School of Law at Austin where she developed and taught the first eDiscovery course at that University. Ms. Grantham served as General Counsel for a national eDiscovery consulting company before becoming General Counsel to COI Enterprises where she is responsible for all legal matters involving COI including management of outside counsel relations, with specialization in the areas of construction law, construction litigation and employee litigation.
LegalTech is the premier legal technology event of the year, providing law firms and legal professionals a wealth of information about technology developments in the industry that can improve practice management as well as an opportunity to network with industry leaders. Part of the ALM Conferences and Trade Shows group, LegalTech connects industry professionals with the knowledge and services they need to succeed in a competitive environment.
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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.