Publication
February 26, 2014

In this article, Jenner & Block Partner Timothy J. Chorvat and Litigation Counsel Laura E. Pelanek examine how to use electronically stored information (ESI) most effectively in terms of scope and cost.  The authors explain that recent developments in connection with electronic discovery have focused on two themes, one technological and the other legal.  The authors explore technological developments – particularly the increasing use of predictive coding, and also legal developments – especially the trend toward using proportionality as a tool to limit the burden and expense of discovery.