Fernando M. Pinguelo, a Partner and Chair of Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC's Cyber Security & Data Protection and Crisis Management groups, is a trial lawyer who devotes his practice to complex business disputes with an emphasis on cyber, media, intellectual property, and employment matters in U.S. federal and state courts; and is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York, and Washington, D.C. Fernando is a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Rules of Evidence. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall Law School and he received a Fulbright Specialist appointment from which he will serve as a visiting faculty member at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, São Paulo in September 2013. Fernando is the author of numerous publications, including eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel (Chapter 17) (West Publishing, 2013 ed.) and New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure (Chapter 13) (NJLJ, 2013 ed.); and lectures nationally and internationally on those topics, including for the Judicial College of New Jersey and Escola Paulista da Magistratura, São Paulo. He created the ABA Journal award-winning eDiscovery blog eLessons Learned, eLLblog.com, and the cybersecurity blog eWhiteHouse Watch, eWHWblog.com. Fernando has received Martindale-Hubbell's AV Preeminent rating since 2011. He earned his B.A., magna cum laude, from Boston College and his J.D. from Boston College Law School.
Timothy D. Cedrone is a 2009 cum laude graduate of Seton Hall University School of Law and a 2006 summa cum laude graduate of Seton Hall University Stillman School of Business, where he earned a B.S. in Business Administration with concentrations in Sport Management and Finance. During 2008-2009, Tim was the Symposium Editor for the Seton Hall Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law and organized the Journal’s 2008 Symposium. Tim’s law school studies have focused on corporate, sports, and entertainment law, and the intersection of the three. He has previously published a comment in the Seton Hall Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law entitled, A Critical Analysis of Sport Organization Bankruptcies in the United States and England: Does Bankruptcy Law Explain the Disparity in Number of Cases? While in law school, Tim has worked for the National Football League Management Council, the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, and a prominent New Jersey law firm. During the 2009-2010 judicial term, Tim will be clerking for the Honorable Christine Miniman of the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division.
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