Fernando M. Pinguelo






INTERVIEW FOR THE ACC: Pinguelo on Data Privacy and Cybersecurity – Some Solutions Can Be Simple, But They Require Attention Beyond Your Perimeter, June 2017Association of Corporate Counsel, Litigation Committee News
The State of User Privacy – Twitter and NJ Become the Latest Contributors to the Debate, March 2017 Association of Corporate Counsel, Litigation Committee News
Cross Examination – Protecting your data from cyber attack, September 5, 2016New Jersey Law Journal
Leslie Jones Has Busted Ghosts and Twitter Trolls. Internet Privacy Is Another Issue, August 26, 2016PacificStandard
Cybersecurity Guidance, April 25, 2016Meadowlands USA
A Judge Just Ruled That Apple Does Not Have To Unlock a Drug Dealer’s iPhone, March 2, 2016Inc. Magazine
The FBI v. Apple: What Does the Law Actually Say?, February 26, 2016Inc. Magazine
Op-Ed: Apple Shows Why the All Writs Act Cannot Decide The Encryption Debate, February 26, 2016Legaltech News
Is Forcing Apple to Bypass Its Own Security Technology “Unreasonably Burdensome”?, February 24, 2016Bloomberg
Is Your Company Ready To Make Realistic Security Decisions? Superior Attack Intelligence, May 21, 2015Norse Corporation
Cross Can Lawyers Be Compelled to Produce Data They Compile? An Emerging Front in the Trenches of eDiscovery Battles, May 14, 2015Digital Discovery & e-Evidence – Bloomberg BNA
“Toying with Your Security and Privacy,” Superior Attack Intelligence, March 26, 2015Norse Corporation
How many NSAs does it take to anger Wikimedia? – Apparently just one, March 26, 2015Scarinci Hollenbeck LLC
CFAA Amendments: Resolving a (Circuit) Splitting Headache, February 10, 2015 DarkMatters – Superior Attack Intelligence, Norse Corporation
Reasonable Expectations of Privacy Settings: Social Media and the Stored Communications Act, 2015 Duke Law & Technology Review
The Privacy Battle In NJ — Who Is Winning And Losing?, April 2, 2014Law360
April 1, 2014: Internet Scam Day – no joke . . ., April 2, 2014eWhite House Watch
The State of Cyber Law in the U.S. – A 50-State Survey of Statutes Enacted to Confront the Unique Challenges Posed by the Internet, 2015
Reasonable Expectations of Privacy Settings: Contemplating the Stored Communications Act Through the Prism of Social Media, Spring 2014Duke Law & Technology Review
eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel, Contributing Author, Chapter 17 “Electronic Data, Cyber Security & Crisis Management”, 2013-2014Thomas Reuters West Publishing
New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure, Editor of Chapter 13, “E-Discovery”, 2013-2014New Jersey Law Journal (ALM)
eDiscovery Special Edition, Contributing Author, Chapter 13, “The Cloud, Server Consolidation, Ephemeral Data, and Information Security,” (Manageable) eDiscovery Challenges Facing CIOs and Info Sec”, September 2013PenTest Magazine
Court Weighs In on Compelling Non-Party Internet Service Provider to Produce User Information, December 19, 2012Bloomberg E-Commerce Law Report
“Olbermann Broadcasting Empire v Current, TV, LLC – A Three-Part Series Uncovering the Legal Battle Between Two Media Titans – Part II,” Current TV Counterpunches, October 26, 2012National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York
The Cloud, Server Consolidation, Ephemeral Data, and Information Security, (Manageable) eDiscovery Challenges Facing CIOs and Info Sec, December 6, 2012Bloomberg BNA Digital Discovery & e-Evidence
Recent Developments in New Jersey Law, Social Media and More…, October 10, 2012New Jersey State Bar Association
eDiscovery Special Edition, Contributing Author, Chapter 13, “The Cloud, Server Consolidation, Ephemeral Data, and Information Security,” (Manageable) eDiscovery Challenges Facing CIOs and Info Sec”, September 2012PenTest Magazine
NLRB (Again) Weighs in on Workplace Social Media Policies: Employers Take Note, August 8, 2012Bloomberg BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report
Olbermann Broadcasting Empire v. Current TV, LLC – A Three-Part Series Uncovering the Legal Battle Between Two Media Titans, August 6, 2012National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York
As Local As Local Law Gets – Part II: New Jersey 2010-2011 Court Term Civil Case Highlights, June 19, 2012Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Recent Development in New Jersey Law – Social Media and More, July 26, 2012New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Bloggers Beware! News Reporter’s Privilege May Not Protect Posts On Message Boards, May 14, 2012National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York
Virtual Crimes, Real Damages Part II: What Businesses Can Do Today to Protect Themselves from Cybercrime, and What Public-Private Partnerships are Attempting to Achieve for the Nation of Tomorrow, March 20, 2012Virginia Journal of Law & Technology, Vol. 17, No. 1
Tecnologia da nova era: tribunais brasileiros e americanos: Scraping a superficie das fronteiras legais do uso da internet, March 20, 2012Portal Migalhas
New Year, New Resolutions: Do I Need an Agent? A Lawyer? A New Contract?, March 2, 2012National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York
Is Social Media a Corporate Spy’s Best “Friend”? How Social Media Use May Expose your Company to Cyber-Vulnerability, February 13, 2012Bloomberg Law Reports – Technology Law Reporth
Medical Information At Risk: Digital Security and the Electronic Health Record, January 17, 2012Bloomberg Law Reports – Health Law Report
New Age Technology: Brazilian and U.S. Courts ‘Scraping’ the Surface of Legal Boundaries of Internet Use, November 9, 2011Bloomberg Law Reports – Technology Law
WARNING! Time to Appeal Orders Compelling or Denying Arbitration is NOW, November 1, 2011The Corporate Counselor, Volume 26, Number 7
Professional Responsibility: Is Your New In-House Counsel Current with New York’s New Registration Requirements?, September 14, 2011Bloomberg Law Reports – Technology Law, Vol. 2., No. 10
Interview, The Honorable Robert Menendez, United States Senator from New Jersey and Fernando M. Pinguelo, “Reducing Cybersecurity Risks – Government and Business Working Together”, September 1, 2011Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Cyber Anarchy? The Brave New World of Crimes Against Businesses, September 2011Commerce
Piercing the Corporate Veil – NJ’s Expanding Application to the Limited Partnership, September 2011The Corporate Counselor , Volume 26, Number 5
Interview, “Law schools drag feet on e-discovery amid increasingly burdensome volume of electronic data”, September 1, 2011Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialist
Technology Taxation: Taxing the ‘Cloud’ on the Horizon, August 22, 2011Bloomberg Law Report- Technology Law, Vol. 3, No. 17
Apple v. Amazon.com – The War for “App” Dominance Advances, May 2011Bloomberg Law Reports
Epsilon Breach: Small Businesses Who Get “Hacked” Must Act – Now, May 11, 2011Bloomberg Law Reports
Is Your Business Venturing into the Cloud? Beware of the Fine Print!, April 27, 2011Bloomberg Law Reports
New Jersey Supreme Court Rules That Employees Retain Privacy and Privilege of Attorney-Client Communications Made from Work, March 31, 2010E-Lessons Learned
Virtual Crimes – Real Damages: A Primer on Cybercrimes In The United States and Efforts to Combat Cybercriminals, February 1, 201116 VA. J.L. & TECH. 116
Avoid the Rainy Day: Survey of U.S. Cloud Computing Caselaw, January 1, 2011B.C. Intell. Prop. & Tech. F. 011101
Virtual Crimes – Real Damages: Challenges Posed By Cybercrimes In The United States, November 2010The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
The Crimes Are Virtual, But The Damages Are Real, September 8, 2010Business Without Borders – An International Business Blog
U.S. Supreme Court Addresses Employee Privacy in the Digital Age, August 2010The Corporate Counselor
Policing Workplace e-Mail Use, June 2010The Corporate Counselor
As Local As Law Gets: Navigating NJ’s Unique Legal Landscape, June 2010Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
New Jersey Supreme Court Rules That Employees Retain Privacy and Privilege of Attorney-Client Communications Made From Work, April 15, 2010The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
The Reverse-Morals Clause: The Unique Way to Save Talent’s Reputation and Money in a New Era of Corporate Crimes and Scandals, April 2010Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal
Zubulake Revisited: Ineffective Lit Holds and Sloppiness Lead to Wheel of Sanctions, March 4, 2010National Law Review
New Jersey and Stengart: Perfect Together?, February 15, 2010E-Lessons Learned
Morals? Who Cares About Morals? An Examination of Morals Clauses in Talent Contracts and What Talent Needs to Know, November 2009Seton Hall University School of Law Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law
eDiscovery & Immigration? How eDiscovery Lurks in Nearly Every Case, October 19, 2009Interpreter Releases
An Aside: Sifting Through The “Fog”, October 9, 2009E-Lessons Learned
NJ Appellate Court Reserves Course: Attorney-Client Privilege Revived, October 16, 2009Discovery Resources
Use of the Internet in Employee Background Checks, July 2009Labor & Employment Law Alert
BREAKING NEWS: Employer’s “Cyber-Snooping” on MySpace Results in Verdict in Ex-employee’s Favor, June 18, 2009E-Lessons Learned
Pre-Zubulake: Email Litigation Hold? Sure, Just Do It Right To Avoid Sanctions, May 28, 2009E-Lessons Learned
Employers Beware: ‘Cyber Snooping’ An Employee’s Private MySpace Account May Not Fit The Bill, May 14, 2009E-Lessons Learned
eDiscovery Plain & Simple, April 2009Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Best Practices in Digital File Storage – In Anticipation of Litigation, April 24, 2009Meritas – Law Firms Worldwide
eDiscovery Special Masters- The New Kid on the Block is Here to Stay, April 21, 2009E-Lessons Learned
New Jersey Court Finds Waiver of Privilege in ‘Loving’ Way, April 14, 2009Discovery Resources
Are YOU a Public Figure? Defamation claims and how today’s world of instant celebrity can convert average citizens into public figures, April 6, 2009National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York
Know your jurisdiction…or your client will be pointing their “index” finger at you, March 13, 2009E-Lessons Learned
Rules Governing Fax and E-mail Ads, Offer an Opt-out, or Prepare to Pay Out, February 2009The Corporate Counselor
Death Of The Non-compete For NY Broadcasters?, February 2009Law 360
No Privacy For Employee Info On Office Computers, September 19, 2008Law 360
The Internet & Digital Downloading Are Changing The Music Industry, September 2008Commerce Magazine
Protecting Sources in America, June 2008School of Journalism, The University of British Columbia
Satisfy Your Company’s E-Discovery Obligations, June 16, 2008New Jersey Law Journal
Why Your Business May Be At Risk…Seven misconceptions businesses have about electronically stored information, the electronic discovery amendments to federal and state court rules, and the direct impact these issues have on a business, June 2008The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Many Struggle to Keep the Right Electronic Records, May 5, 2008NJ Biz
Write It Right: From A to Z, October 15, 2007New Jersey Law Journal
The First Step To Meeting The E-Discovery Challenge? Have A Document Management Protocol In Place And Comply with It!, November 2011The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
9 Things Businesses Need to Know About Jury Waiver Clauses in Employment Contracts, July 2007Legal TIP, Association of Corporate Counsel Website
A Reporter’s Confidential Source … Revealed?, June 2007The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (New York Chapter) Website
Non-Compete Clauses: Are They Fair?, August 18, 2006The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (New York Chapter) Website
Your Contract: Sign on the dotted line?, December 1, 2004TVSpy.com
Wait! Don’t Sign That Contract: The Effect of the Liquidated Damages Clause, September 29, 2003TVSpy.com
The Need for Peace Talks in the War on File-Sharing, July 21, 2003TVSpy.com
HIPAA – OUCH! What Every Reporter Should Know, June 12, 2003TVSpy.com