Fernando Pinguelo


  • Tuesday, June 19, 2012
    Our original article detailing some of the more notable provisions of New Jersey’s state court and federal local rules received such overwhelming interest that we decided to write this follow-up segment. A backlog of cases during the 2010-2011 court term did not deter New Jersey state courts from rendering some decisions we found noteworthy. Here...
  • Thursday, September 1, 2011
    Editor: Thank you, gentlemen, for sitting down with us and sharing your insights on the pressing issues of cybersecurity and data protection. Senator Menendez, let's start with you. With competing priorities like the economy and the ongoing wars to contend with, where do you see cybersecurity falling in terms of congressional focus and attention,...
  • Avoid The Rainy Day: Survey Of U.S. Cloud Computing Caselaw
    Monday, January 3, 2011
    Cloud computing, a computer networking model that gives users on-demand access to shared software applications and data storage, is becoming increasingly popular among businesses and individuals. For example, if you use Google's Gmail for email and calendaring, Snapfish for online photo sharing and storage, your business remotely stores data with a third-...
  • Virtual Crimes - Real Damages: Challenges Posed By Cybercrimes In The United States
    Tuesday, November 2, 2010
    Introduction A dangerous aspect of the Internet Age is cybercrime. As technology advances, so do the criminals. For American businesses and government, the cost of these attacks can be staggering.
  • Wednesday, June 2, 2010
    You arrive at your desk and the day starts like any other - dialing your voicemail while simultaneously typing an email. But today, you notice that a new file has been added to your mountain of work. "New Jersey?!?" you shout. "We do business in New Jersey?" You collect yourself and acknowledge that yes, of course, your company does business in New Jersey...
  • eDiscovery Plain & Simple
    Tuesday, March 31, 2009
    Pinguelo: Thank you, Allison, for sitting down with me to discuss your new book eDiscovery Plain & Simple. Why the book and what do you expect your readers to take away from it?
  • Sunday, June 1, 2008
    Nearly all of the information now being created and stored by businesses is being created and stored electronically. Paper files and multiple versions of hard copy are becoming a thing of the past. It is no wonder that federal and state courts have amended procedural rules to recognize this trend, and included new obligations on lawyers and businesses (no...
  • Thursday, November 1, 2007
    Editor: Would each of you tell our readers something about your professional experience?
  • Sunday, July 1, 2007
    Nearly all information now being created and stored by businesses is created and stored electronically. Paper files are becoming things of the past. It's no wonder that federal and state commissions have amended court rules to recognize this trend, and imposed new obligations on businesses (big or small) regarding electronically stored information ("ESI").