Eric Pesale

Eric Pesale is an attorney who writes about eDiscovery, cybersecurity and other legal topics for law firms, publications, and companies. He is the founder of Write For Law, and is a graduate of New York Law School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Eric Pesale


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Eric Pesale

Litigation Holds in Office 365: Best Practices and Main Challenges
Retooling for Remote: New eDiscovery Challenges in a WFH World
How to Handle eDiscovery For Second Requests
New York Privacy Act Foreshadows New Compliance Challenges for In-House Teams
eDiscovery With Google Vault and Google Workspace: The Ultimate Guide
4 Tips for Collecting and Preserving Social Media Evidence
Bitcoin 'Segregated Witness' Technology Raises Legal Controversy
Why the Data Breach Epidemic Is a People Problem: QandA With Cooley's Randy Sabett
5 Email Security Tips Lawyers Can Use to Encrypt Their Attorney-Client Communications
Equifax Breach Raises New Data Security Considerations for Law Firms and Companies
Are Sloppy Metadata Practices Putting You at Risk?
Updated Criminal Procedure Rule Allows Government to Remote-Hack Computers
Employee Microchipping Injects New Legal Issues Into the Workplace
Federal Case Highlights Dangers of Unsafe Sharing During Litigation
The Dark Net: Where Attorneys' Information Is Bought and Sold
Alternative Legal Service Providers Signal Disruption in the Big Law Business Model
Rise of Cryptocurrencies Could Pose Problems for eDiscovery
Will SCOTUS Clarify How Far the Government Can Go to Get Cloud-Stored Data?
How Attorneys Can Incorporate Encryption Into Client Communications
Upcoming Supreme Court Case Could 'Jailbreak' Smartphone Privacy Standards
Blogging: A Double-Edged Sword for Attorneys?
How Drone and UAV Technology Will Exacerbate Data Privacy Issues
Five Online Tools Lawyers Can Use to Test Their Data Security
Why Lawyers Need to Know About State Data Breach Notice Laws
Microsoft's Garcia: Law firms must create 'culture of cybersecurity'
Four Common Cyber Attacks Law Firms Must Confront
Microsoft AGC: Law firms 'scrambling' to address cybersecurity should move to cloud
Data security class action sets unsettling precedent for flat-footed law firms
EU-US Privacy Shield poses daunting data hurdles for global firms
New York's landmark cybersecurity proposal prompts attorneys to raise standards