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Barry Schwartz
, Esq. , CEDS

Senior Vice President, Advisory Services


Barry Schwartz, BIA eDiscovery Team

Bio Summary

Barry has over 35 years of legal and business consulting management experience, including practical expertise with FDA matters and extensive knowledge of the medical device and industrial industries. As a BIA client-facing Senior Advisor, he adds a critical component to client projects by guiding them at a high level to achieve specific project goals, assisting clients in a wide variety of areas including litigation & discovery, data retention & management, document review, regulatory compliance and IT security.

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Mar 19, 2019

Yes, Chats Are Discoverable and Can Be Key!


Data breaches occur, unfortunately, almost daily. When discovered, it is expected there will be an increased stream of internal communications between employees at the affected company. It is unfortunate that Equifax, as reported by Kate Fazzini of CNBC on March 7, 2019, failed to preserve a significant source of the company’s post-incident posture and thinking: chat messages.

Feb 05, 2019

Mitigating eDiscovery Challenges in the Healthcare Industry (Healthcare Business & Technology)

In the News

BIA's Barry Schwartz highlights a few specific challenges to eDiscovery in healthcare and ways to manage them.

Jan 15, 2019

Social Media Is Fair Game In Discovery Under FRCP 26(b)


Magistrate Judge Nancy J. Koppe methodically stepped through the various discovery disputes in her June 29, 2018, order resolving mostly in favor of Denny’s in this slip-and-fall case.

Jan 15, 2019

BIA Promotes Barry Schwartz to Senior Vice President of Advisory Services and Associate General Counsel

Press Release

BIA announces the promotion of Barry Schwartz, who has been with the company for nearly a decade, to senior vice president of advisory services and associate general counsel.

Jan 03, 2019

Google Plus Demise Could Put Data on Legal Hold in Jeopardy (Legaltech News)

In the News

Google’s version of spring cleaning apparently involves wiping away the entirety of its social media platform. The company’s Google ...

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