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(l-r) Dan Beaty of Special Counsel, Lisa Goldstein of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney and Kristopher Wasserman of Special Counsel.

Federal and state courts have weighed in and generally concur that e-discovery must be proportional to the matter. The question remains, what does that actually mean? With data volumes exponentially increasing in scope due to the ever-increasing use of email, texting and social media, how do lawyers create proportional, accurate responses to e-discovery requests? We delved into a side by side analysis of a discovery request utilizing two different workflow methodologies to illustrate the vast difference technology and process can have on the cost of a production. We analyzed two scenarios with the same data set. These produced starkly different economic results.

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