Recent Work

Founded by recent law graduate and regular cybersecurity & eDiscovery contributor Eric Pesale, Write For Law℠ creates shareable legal content such as blog articles and white papers for law firms and clients in the legal industry. We also consider clients from outside the legal industry on a project-by-project basis. You can view some of our recently-published work below:

http://www.newyorklawjournal.com/in-focus/id=1202788074991/Is-Your-Discovery-Process-Setting-You-Up-for-a-Data-Breach

Microsoft AGC: Law firms ‘scrambling’ to address cybersecurity should move to cloud

Microsoft’s Garcia: Law firms must create ‘culture of cybersecurity’

Common Ethical Issues To Consider When Researching Jurors And Witnesses On Social Media

http://blog.logikcull.com/blogging-a-double-edged-sword-for-attorneys

http://logikcull.com/blog/sloppy-metadata-practices-putting-risk/

Collecting Evidence on Cloned Facebook Personal Profiles

How Drone and UAV Technology Will Exacerbate Data Privacy Issues

4 Ways to Conduct an Effective Social Media Investigation on Facebook

Data security class action sets unsettling precedent for flat-footed law firms

Four Common Cyber Attacks Law Firms Must Confront

http://logikcull.com/blog/five-online-tools-lawyers-can-use-test-data-security/

Why Lawyers Need to Know State Data Breach Notice Laws

EU-US Privacy Shield poses daunting data hurdles for global firms

New York’s landmark cybersecurity proposal prompts attorneys to raise standards

5 cybersecurity tools that can protect your firm from hackers

It’s becoming harder for attorneys to dodge tech competency rules

Does Lola v. Skadden signal the cooking of a golden goose?

5 Useful Online Legal Research Tools Not Made By Westlaw or LexisNexis

Are Employees Required to Disclose Passwords or Encryption Keys During Government Investigations?

For attorneys, social media is rife with ethical pitfalls

What Pokemon Go and Other ‘AR’ Apps Mean for eDiscovery and Privacy Law