Eric J. Sinrod: Lawyer with Duane Morris LLP

Eric J. Sinrod

Of Counsel
San Francisco,  CA  U.S.A.
Phone415 957 3019

Peer Rating
 5.0/5.0
AV® Preeminent

Client Rating

Featured AV Peer Review Rated Lawyer IconFeatured AV Peer Review Rated Lawyer Icon
Printer Friendly VersionEmail this PageDownload to My Outlook ContactsAdd lawyer to My FavoritesCompare this lawyer to other lawyers in your favorites

Experience & Credentials Ratings & ReviewsOther Offices
 

Practice Areas

  • Insurance Coverage
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Internet Law
  • E-Commerce Law
  • Appellate Practice
  • Class Actions
  • Employment Law
  • Management Labor Law
  • Labor Relations
  • Computers and Software
  • Insurance Litigation
  • International Law
  • Trial Practice
  • Energy
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Trademarks
  • Trade Secrets
  • Unfair Competition
  • Copyrights
 
Contact InfoTelephone: 415 957 3019
Fax: 415 520 0931
http://www.duanemorris.com/attorneys/ericjsinrod.html
 
University Oberlin College, B.A., 1980 Phi Beta Kappa, Comfort Starr Scholarship Prize for Academic Excellence
 
Law SchoolUniversity of Michigan Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1984 Associate Editor, University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
 
Admitted1986, California; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; U.S. Court of International Trade; U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California; U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California; U.S. District Court for the Central District of California; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California; U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois; Supreme Court of the United States
 
Memberships 

Professional Activities
•Adjunct Professor, Dominican University, International Law Course
•Ex'pression College Program Advisory Committee Member for Entertainment Degree
•Advisor, Hastings College of the Law, Cyberspace Law Seminar
•Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University School of Law, Information Law Seminar
•Adjunct Professor, Ex'pression Center For New Media, Business Media Course
•Adjunct Professor, Redwood High School, Computer Business Course
•Journal of Internet Law, Editorial Board Member
•American Bar Association
- Internet Industry Committee
BNA Electronic Commerce & Law, Advisory Board
Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter, American Lawyer Media, Board of Advisors
•The State Bar of California
- Law Practice Management and Technology Section
-- Executive Committee
•International Technology Law Association
•Association of Business Trial Attorneys
•The Bar Association of San Francisco
•California Trial Lawyers Association
•San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association
•Appellate and Moot Court Judge
- University of California at Berkeley--Boalt Hall School of Law
- Santa Clara University School of Law
- Golden Gate University School of Law
•CYO Girls Volleyball and Basketball Coach

Board Memberships
•Editorial Board, Journal of Internet Law
•Advisory Board, Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter, published by American Lawyer Media
•Advisory Board, BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report

 
LanguagesSpanish
 
BornWashington, D.C., February 15, 1958
 
Biography

Eric J. Sinrod is a strong and experienced advocate for his clients and has represented them before the United States Supreme Court, other appellate courts, and in a number of jury and court trials, arbitrations and mediations. His practice has covered many important Internet, software, software defect, technology, intellectual property (trademark, copyright, patent, trade secrets), information, communications, commercial, antitrust, eDiscovery, education, environmental, and insurance coverage issues. He has represented domestic and international clients in major class actions and where hundreds of millions of dollars have been at stake. He also has handled numerous matters for smaller companies and individuals. Mr. Sinrod has been highlighted by an outside publication as the leading IP attorney in the land, and he has been selected by his peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America in the area of Cyber Law and annually as a Super Lawyer for Business Litigation. Mr. Sinrod has a reputation for being immediately responsive to clients and working efficiently and within budgets. He is considered a thought-leader on electronic discovery issues, which can lead to great cost savings for clients. While Mr. Sinrod is creative in coming up with solutions to resolve disputes, he will fight strategically when that is in the best interests of clients. Mr. Sinrod also serves as a mediator, and strives to resolve disputes efficiently and effectively for all parties. After a recent matter in which Mr. Sinrod acted as mediator, one attorney stated: Eric, we were very happy with how you handled the mediation; I would use you again in a heartbeat. He also is innovative and entrepreneurial; for example, he was an early pioneer and developer of Internet law, he started the first Cyberlaw blog, and he also spearheaded Duane Morris' merger with Hancock, Rothert & Bunshoft.

Mr. Sinrod is one of the hosts of TechLaw10, a 10-minute audio podcast update on technology law issues. His work has been profiled in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, Time.com, Bloomberg News, Trials Digest, The Wall Street Reporter Magazine, Fox News, The Supreme Court of the United States Blog, CFO Magazine, National Law Journal, Wired.com, Computer World, Cyber Esq. Magazine, Business Insurance Magazine, The ABA Journal, The American Lawyer, The California Lawyer, The Privacy Journal, Intellectual Property Counselor, Career Education Review, The Minnesota Star Tribune, Counsel to Counsel, Lawyers Weekly, Lawyers USA, The Recorder, The Daily Journal, Security Management Magazine, Compliance Week, Investor Relations, IPFrontline.com, Business Credit magazine, SCMagazineus.com, The Village Voice, Corporate Counsel's Records Retention Report, The San Francisco Business Times, The East Bay Business Times, Law360, TechPulse360, ROBTV, Newsday, Creditline, SlashDot and Japanese public television. Mondaq has announced that one of Mr. Sinrod's columns was the most popular article in the United States in the month that it was published. Mr. Sinrod writes weekly legal blogs for Findlaw.com, and his blogs also have been published by CNET News.com, USAToday.com, Law.com, Computerworld.com, CNN.com, MSN.com, AllThingsDigital.com and Silicon.com and he has been a regular guest speaker covering legal issues for LAWCAST, the Legal Talk Network, Tech TV, KNX CBS Radio, Live Online News and CNET Radio.

Mr. Sinrod has been an adjunct professor of law and has published many law review and other journal articles. He is a frequent speaker on Internet, intellectual property, information and communications issues. He has been an advisor to the Cyberspace Law Seminar at Hastings College of the Law, has taught an Information Law Seminar at Golden Gate University School of Law, and teaches a Business Media class at Ex'pression Center for New Media and International Law at Dominican University and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Mr. Sinrod has lectured at conferences at Stanford University Law School, U.C. Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), UCLA School of Law, and he has lectured at the Presidio MBA Graduate School. Mr. Sinrod is a member of the Board of Directors for the Computer Law Association, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Internet Law, the ABA Internet Industry Committee, the Board of Advisors for the Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter for American Lawyer Media, the Advisory Board for the BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report, and the Executive Committee of the Law Practice Management & Technology Section of the State Bar of California. Mr. Sinrod's videos discussing the intersection of law and technology have been featured on YouTube and Google Video.

Mr. Sinrod was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Samuel Conti, Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. He served as lead trial attorney in a number of jury trials as a Special Deputy District Attorney for the Marin County District Attorney's Office. Mr. Sinrod has been an appellate and trial moot court judge at Boalt Hall and other law schools.

Mr. Sinrod is admitted to practice law in the United States Supreme Court, a number of other federal courts and all California courts.

Experience
•Duane Morris LLP
- Of Counsel, 2014-present
- Partner, 2000-2014
•Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft LLP, San Francisco, California
- Partner, 1992-2000
- Associate, 1987-1991
•Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, San Francisco, California
- Associate, 1985-1987
•United States District Court for the Northern District of California
- Judicial Clerk, Honorable Samuel M. Conti, 1984-1985

Honors & Awards
•Listed in Super Lawyers, Corporate Counsel Edition, 2010
•Named a Super Lawyer for Business Litigation, 2006-present
•Listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Cyberlaw, 2005-subsequent years
•Mr. Sinrod's article, Word to the Wise If You Quit In a Huff, was the most popular article in the United States on the Mondaq service, April 2006.
•Recipient, Internet Marketing Attorney Awards of 2003. Mr. Sinrod was referred to as the leading IP attorney in the land.
• AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell

Selected Publications
•More than 600 weekly legal columns for CNET News.com, Findlaw.com, CNN.com, MSN.com, AllThingsDigital.com, Silicon.com, The Supreme Court of the United States Blog, USATODAY.com, American Lawyer Media's Law.com, Computerworld and Upside, all of which are available at http://www.duanemorris.com/site/articles.html and http://www.sinrodlaw.com (1999 to present)
•How Will International Law Treat Cyberwar?, Daily Journal, April 11, 2014
•Author, The Year in Tech Law 2013, a compilation of blog posts for Findlaw's Technologist blog, January 2014
•Featured in Lawyer Blogs Come of Age by Julia Love, The Recorder, July 26, 2013
•Featured in Marin Snapshot: Corte Madera's Eric Sinrod Plugged into Cyber Law by Vicki Larson, Marin Independent Journal, February 10, 2013
•The Challenges of eDiscovery and Cloud Computing, NYSBA Inside, Winter 2012, Vol. 30, No. 3
•Author, The Year in Tech Law 2012, a compilation of blog posts for Findlaw's Technologist blog, January 2013
•Author, The Year in Tech Law 2011, a compilation of blog posts for Findlaw's Technologist blog, January 2012
•By The Numbers - The Internet Affects How Students View Everything - Including Your School, Career College Central, January 2012, p. 66
•Share On The Inside, Protect On The Outside: Best Practices For IP Protection In The Age Of Social Networking, LES Insights, December 2011
•Guidelines Needed For Social Networking In the Contemporary Workplace, Privacy Journal, Vol. 37, No. 12, October 2011
•Are the Social Networking Kids Alright?” and “Workplace Social Networking: Is Facebook During Work Hours Good?, Career Education Review, Section 1, October 2011
•Featured in Drugmakers Avoid Social Media Sites: Recent FDA Warning To Novartis Over A Facebook Ad Rattled Pharmaceuticals by Mandy Jackson, San Francisco Daily Journal, September 10, 2010
•Quoted in Hot spot dangers: That Internet cafe could cost you way more than a cup of coffee by Mary K. Pratt, ComputerWorld, April 20, 2010
•Are You Safe On Wi-Fi?, Privacy Journal, December 2009
•Preventing Predatory Marketing Practices Against Minors, Intellectual Property Counselor, 156:18, December 2009
•States Embrace Electronic Discovery, Corporate Counsel's Records Retention Report, 145:3, November 2009
•Featured in Getting Down to Business, California Lawyer, April 2010
•Spoliation Of Electronic Evidence Can Lead To Death-Knell Sanctions, Corporate Counsel's Records Retention Report, 134:3, February 2009
•Getting A Hold On Legal Holds, Corporate Counsel's Records Retention Report, 134:1, February 2009
•Employees, Employers and Social Networking Issues, E-Commerce Law & Policy, 10:10:3, October 2008
•Universities and Colleges Need Privacy Education, Career Education Review, Section 1, p. 24, October 2008
•Going Back To School On Security, Career Education Review, Section 1, p. 29, September 2008
•The Impact of Data Loss Prevention Communications Capture on E-discovery, contribution to publication by Pro-Tec Data, June 2007
•Featured in Looking for Line Where Web Use Crosses into Trespassing by Jessie Seyfer, The Recorder, April 16, 2007
New Scientist: Book Review - The Second Life Herald, 2007.
The Opportunity Maker: Strategies for Inspiring Your Legal Career Through Creative Networking and Business Development, Quoted In Book By Ari Kaplan, 2007.
•Promise of EFOIA Still Unfulfilled Ten Years Later, 33:7 Access Reports 3, 2007
•Featured in As Candidates Mull '08, Web Sites Are Already Running, The New York Times, November 18, 2006
•Attention Trademark Owners: Take a Hit! IPFrontline.com, November 2006
•Workplace Worries: Blogging, IMing, iPods and Camera Phones - Oh My! Business Credit, October 2006
•Creative Commons - An Answer to the Copyright Debate? IPFrontline.com, September 2006
•Featured in Writing His Own Ticket, The Recorder, July 19, 2006
•How We Almost Lost Our BlackBerries, For The Defense, June 2006.
•Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Protects Employers, Human Resource Ideas & Trends; Human Resource Executive, May 2006.
•Word to the Wise If You Quit In a Huff, Mondaq, April 2006 (most popular article in the United States that month).
•FCUKLIFESTYLE.com Domain Name Ordered Transferred to French Connection, 1 Journal of Internet Law 1 (2005).
•The Legal Implications of Disappearing E-Mail, 7:9 Journal of Internet Law 23 (2004).
•Internet Forms and Commentary: A Practitioner's Guide to E-Commerce Contracts and the World Wide Web, a Chapter on Metatag License Contracts, ABA Section of Business Law, Committee on Law in Cyberspace, Information Infrastructure Subcommittee, and Internet Industry Committee (2002).
•The Future of Internet Privacy, 4:9 Journal of Internet Law 22 (2001).
• Cyber-Crimes: A Practical Approach to the Application of Federal Computer Crime Laws, 16 Computer & High Technology Law Journal 177 (2000).
•Chapter author for the book, Internet Law and Business Handbook, Ladera Press, (2000).
•Hacking Your Way to Hard Time: Application of Computer Crime Laws to Specific Types of Hacking Attacks, Journal of Internet Law 1 (2000).
•The Evolving Role of Trademark in Cyberspace, 3:10 Journal of Internet Law 5 (2000).
•The Eye of the High Tech Storm: The Law of E-Mail, 3:8 and 3:9 Journal of Internet Law 1 (2000).
•Commercial Use of E-Mail and Potential Pitfalls of Anti-Spam Laws, VIBES (2000).
•Controlling Chaos: The Emerging Law of Privacy and Speech in Cyberspace, 1999 Stanford Technology Law Review 1 (http://stlr.stanford.edu/STLR/Articles).
•First Steps in Formulating Net Tax Policy, 3:2 Journal of Internet Law 13 (1999).
•The New Wave of Speech and Privacy Developments in Cyberspace, 21:3 Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal 5831 (1999).
•Keeping the E-Commerce Taxman at Bay: The Internet Tax Freedom Act, Spring 1999 Report of the ABA Industry Internet Committee.
•Internet Privacy: Is Someone Invading Your Cyberspace? 14:1 Computer Law Association Bulletin (1999).
•Net Tax, Daily Journal, California Business Law Adviser, March 15, 1999, p. 18.
•Sweet Land of E-Liberty: The Internet Tax Freedom Act, 2:7 Journal of Internet Law (1999).
•Cyberspeech: Censorship, 'Spam,' and Defamation, presented at the 28th Annual Computer Law Association Conference (Washington, D.C., April 1999).
•Filtering Out Internet Facts, Daily Journal Cyber Esq. (Winter 1998-99).
•Internet Speech: Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle, 2:4 Journal of Internet Law 1 (1998).
•Privacy Lost in the Brave New Web? 2:3 Journal of Internet Law 1 (1998).
•Policing Web Sites, 25:1 Privacy Journal 3 (1998).
•Privacy Lost in the Brave New Web? 24:20 Access Reports 8 (1998).
•Improving Access to Government Information in an Era of Budgetary Constraints, 27 Urban Lawyer 105 (1995).
•Freedom of Information Act Disclosure Deadlines: Bridging the Gap Between Legislative Intent and Economic Reality, 43 American University Law Review 325 (1994).
•Specific Recommendations for Improving Media Access to Government Information, 15 Journal of Media Law and Practice 79 (1994).
•Proposals for Expediting Access to Government Communications and Information, 12:3 Communications Lawyer 6 (1994).
•Applying the Freedom of Information Act in the Immigration Context, 94-12 Immigration Briefing 1 (1994).
•Reconciling Congressional Intent with Budgetary Constraints Re FOIA Response Deadlines, 20:8 Access Reports 3 (1994).
•It's High Time We Had a FOIA That Works, 17:1 The National Law Journal (9/5/94).
•Blocking Access to Government Information Under the New Personal Privacy Rule, 24 Seton Hall Law Review 214 (1993).
•Expediting Access to Government Information Relative to Immigration Proceedings, 71 Interpreter Releases 669 (1993).
•Emerging Judicial Precedent Threatens Media Access to Government Information, 21:1 Media Law Notes 15 (1993).
•Arguing for Derivative Use, 19:22 Access Reports 5 (1993).

Selected Speaking Engagements

Regular Guest Speaker for Coast to Coast program on the Legal Talk Network, http://www.legaltalknetwork.com. Regular Guest Speaker Covering Internet Legal Issues for Live Online News, www.liveonlinenews.com. Regular Guest Speaker Addressing Cyberlaw Matters for CNET Radio; 910 AM, www.cnetradio.com. Regular Guest Speaker for LAWCAST; www.lawcast.com. Co-host, Skies are Still Friendly, Despite Virgin Galactic Crash, TechLaw10 Podcast, November 2014 Co-host, It's A Small, Interconnected World After All, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2014 Co-host, FBI Warns Of Cyber Dangers - When, Not If, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2014 Co-host, Jennifer Lawrence - The Naked Legal Truth, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2014 Co-host, Is The Safe Harbor Really Safe?, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2014 Co-host, USB Danger: Thumb Drives, Keyboards and Mice - Oh My!, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2014 Co-host, Social Media For Companies: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2014 Co-host, We Can't Forget the Right to be Forgotten, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2014 Co-host, Lawyers Given Green Light to Review Jurors' Social Media Sites, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2014 Co-host, Legal Risks Of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2014 Moderator, Track C: Data Collection and Retention, 11th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, Palo Alto, June 16, 2014 Co-host, Addicted to Connectivity, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2014 Co-host, The Right To Be Forgotten On The Internet, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2014 Co-host, Heads Roll With Security and Communications Lapses, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2014 Speaker on intellectual property and information technology issues, Presidio School of Management, April 2014 Co-host, New Google Case Shows Importance of Care When it Comes to SEO, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2014 Co-host, Cyberwar Attacks Against Ukraine?, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2014 Co-host, Exposed - Beware of a Twitter Tagging, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2014 Co-host, When Jumbo Jets Go Missing, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2014 Co-host, Loose Lips Sink Settlement Ships, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2014 Co-host, Is Facebook A Threat To Your Marriage?, TechLaw10 Podcast, February 2014 Co-host, Naked Selfie Could Lead to Jail Term for Teen, TechLaw10 Podcast, February 2014 Co-host, Block on the Pirate Bay Lifted, TechLaw10 Podcast, February 2014 Co-host, Safe Harbor Developments Impact Cross Border Data Transfers, TechLaw10 Podcast, January 2014 Co-host, First Google Glass Prosecution - Vision of the Future? TechLaw10 Podcast, January 2014 Co-host, UK Attempts to Police Social Media-Insights from Hartlepool, TechLaw10 Podcast, December 2013 Co-host, Beware of Holiday Cyberscammers, TechLaw10 Podcast, December 2013 Co-host, To Tax Or Not To Tax Online Purchases?, TechLaw10 Podcast, November 2013 Co-host, Postcard from Asia: Corruption, Mistresses and Online Revenge, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2013 Co-host, Value of Twitter IPO; also Emerging Issue of Revenge Porn Sites, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2013 Co-host, Facebook Privacy Policies Scrutinized By FTC, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2013 Panelist and Moderator, The Intersection Between Information Governance and ESI Best Practices, San Francisco, September 2013 Co-host, BA Twitter Case and Why Companies Must Pay Attention to Social Media Complaints, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2013 Co-host, TechLaw10 Hits The Century Mark!, with guest Chairman & CEO John Soroko, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2013 Co-host, Obama Administration Pitching Cybersecurity Incentives, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2013 Co-host, Tech Vacation Risks, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2013 Co-host, Safety For Lawyers In The Cloud, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2013 Co-host, As The Cookies Crumble, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2013 Moderator, Data Portability, 10th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, Stanford Law School, June 2013 Co-host, Obama Administration Seeks To Grapple With Online Monitoring Fallout, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2013 Co-host, DDoS Attacks, Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid! TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2013 Co-host, The Most Expensive Tweet In History? TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2013 Co-host, Lawyer Crackberry Addict Recovers To Become iPhone Junkie, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2013 Co-host, EU Data Privacy Regulations-Current Status, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2013 Co-host, Facebook Complaints Do Not Justify Employer Termination of Employees, NLRB Rules, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2013 Co-host, Postcard From Brazil: Challenges of Data Review, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2013 Co-host, The Power of Apps, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2013 Co-host, Court Voids Web Site Limitation of Liability Clause, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2013 Co-host, Supply Chain Compliance Issues - The Fashion Industry As A Case Study, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2013 Co-host, Cyberwarfare, Here and Now?, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2013 Co-host, Lessons Learned From Media Cyber Attacks, TechLaw10 Podcast, February 2013 Co-host, Social Media & Legal Ethics and Concerns, TechLaw10 Podcast, February 2013 Co-host, Mapping Out The Ambit Of The Attorney-Client Privilege, TechLaw10 Podcast, January 2013 Co-host, FTC Resolves Some Competition Issues With Google; Will Europe Follow Suit?, TechLaw10 Podcast, January 2013 Featured Speaker, Record Roundtable On Social Media Ethics, San Francisco, January 2013 Co-host, Brave New World of e-Discovery, TechLaw10 Podcast, December 2012 Co-host, Proposed Two-Year Ban on Internet Legislation - Really?, TechLaw10 Podcast, December 2012 Co-host, The Petraeus Affair - Loose Saved Email Lips, Sink Ships, TechLaw10 Podcast, November 2012 Co-host, UK Case Shows Potential Criminal Consequences For Tweeting, TechLaw10 Podcast, November 2012 Co-host, Lessons Learned From Hacking of Educational Institution, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2012 Co-host, Dangers to Going Mobile, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2012 Co-host, Social Media In Corporate Crises, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2012 Co-host, Cybercrime and Its Severe Impact, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2012 Co-host, Privacy For Mobile Devices?, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2012 Co-host, When Harry Met Camera Phone, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2012 Co-host, Tech Lessons Learned From London 2012 Olympics, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2012 Co-host, Olympics' Tweets Show Limits Of Proper Internet Speech, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2012 Featured Speaker, The Carmel Valley eDiscovery Retreat (CVEDR), Timing and Costs Associated With The eDiscovery Review Process; Monterey, CA, July 2012 Co-host, Government Interest In Monitoring Social Media Communications, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2012 Co-host, Cybersecurity for Lawyers and Law Firms, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2012 Co-host, School Girl's Blog Gives Organizations Food For Thought, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2012 Featured Speaker, Risks and Liabilities In Cyberspace, Annual Convention of Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU); Las Vegas, June 2012 Co-host, The Linkedin Hack and Lessons Learned, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2012 Co-host, Jubilee Special: How the World of Technology Has Changed Since 1952, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2012 Moderator, Panel on Top Ten Best Practices for Start-Up Companies, Ninth Annual E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, Stanford Law School; Palo Alto, CA, June 2012 Co-host, Music: Storage, The Cloud and Disaster Recovery, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2012 Co-host, Olympic IT Concerns For London 2012, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2012 Co-host, Beware So Tweets Do Not Come Back To Bite You, As Ched Evans Furor Shows, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2012 Co-host, New Developments In E-Discovery: US and EU Potential Conflicts, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2012 Co-host, British Big Brother To Watch Your Email?, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2012 Co-host, Cybersquatting and Domain Name Disputes on the Rise, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2012 Co-host, Sweet Success For Mars In Twitter Case, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2012 Co-host, Obama U.S. Privacy Proposal & Potential European Reaction, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2012 Co-host, Is Big Brother Watching Your Online Social Media Communications?, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2012 Co-host, Cloud Computing and the Cultural Clash of Privacy Regulation, TechLaw10 Podcast, February 2012 Co-host, New EU Data Rules, Facebook, and Some Canada, TechLaw10 Podcast, February 2012 Featured Speaker on ROBTV, http://www.robtv.com. Co-host, GPS Supreme Court Ruling, UK Juror Jailed For Online Conduct and New York Tech News, TechLaw10 Podcast, January 2012 Co-host, Are You Being Watched Online?, TechLaw10 Podcast, January 2012 Co-host, 2012: Tech Firing On All Cylinders!, TechLaw10 Podcast, January 2012 Co-host, The Naughty & Nice Tech Year In Review, TechLaw10 Podcast, December 2011 Featured Speaker, 15th Annual Electronic Discovery and Records Retention Conference, San Francisco, December 2011 Co-host, Regulatory Authorities Crack Down On False Internet Claims, TechLaw10 Podcast, December 2011 Co-host, Staying Safe Online Over The Holidays, TechLaw10 Podcast, December 2011 Co-host, How Not To Become An Accidental Cyber Outlaw, TechLaw10 Podcast, November 2011 Co-host, Global HR Systems - Quick Compliance Tips, TechLaw10 Podcast, November 2011 Featured Speaker, E-Discovery Best Practices, San Mateo Bar Association, Redwood Shores, November 2011 Co-host, eDiscovery Limitations on the Horizon in U.S. Courts?, TechLaw10 Podcast, November 2011 Co-host, YouTube Hack Attack of Sesame Street, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2011 Featured Speaker, Protecting Intellectual Assets in the Social Media Age, LES Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2011 Co-host, Internal Investigations In New Cloud Era, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2011 Co-host, U.S. Appellate Court Protects Email of Foreigners On Domestic Servers, TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2011 Featured Speaker, Negotiating and Litigating Intellectual Property Disputes, Deloitte 2011 Global License and Channel Compliance Summit, Silicon Valley, October 2011 Featured Speaker, Internet Dangers and Risk Management, Computer Forensics Show, San Francisco, October 2011 Featured Speaker, Comprehensive Approaches To Privacy Protection And Security, California State Bar Annual Meeting, Manhattan Beach California, September 2011 Co-host, Information Technology Overload - Time To Turn Off And Unplug? TechLaw10 Podcast, October 2011 Co-host, FTC Seeks To Protect Personal Data In Bankruptcy Proceedings, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2011 Co-host, Privacy Spanning The Globe, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2011 Co-host, FTC Spots False Internet Claims and Puts Skin In the Game, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2011 Co-host, Cyber Crime Costing Companies Big Time, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2011 Co-host, EU Shows Cookie Intolerance, TechLaw10 Podcast, September 2011 Co-host, Unplugging Social Networking and Cell Phone Use to Prevent Civil Disobedience?, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2011 Co-host, E-Discovery Summer School, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2011 Co-host, Email Summer School: Tips on Creating and Sending Email, TechLaw10 Podcast, August 2011 Co-host, Don't Shower With Your Laptop: Internet Privacy Concerns, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2011 Co-host, Phone Hacking, Murdoch and News of the World, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2011 Featured Speaker, Proactive Strategies For Dealing With The Challenges Of eDiscovery, Carmel Valley eDiscovery Retreat, Carmel, California, July 2011 Co-host, Watch Your Step When Using Google Maps, TechLaw10 Podcast, July 2011 Co-host, Heightened Regulatory Enforcement Of Information Security, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2011 Presenter, Risks and Liabilities in Cyberspace 2011, ABA Webinar, June 2011 Co-host, Court Orders Loser to Pay eDiscovery Costs, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2011 Featured Speaker, CyberWar and Corporate Security, Annual Stanford E-Commerce Conference, Palo Alto, June 2011 Co-host, WeinerGate: Mountain or Mole Hill? TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2011 Featured Speaker, Legal Risks and Potential Internet Liabilities, Bay Area General Counsel Group, San Francisco, June 2011 Co-host, Gmail Hack - Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid, TechLaw10 Podcast, June 2011 Co-host, Another Bite at Cookies, TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2011 Co-host, How Free Is Internet Speech? TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2011 Co-host, How Super Are Super Injunctions? TechLaw10 Podcast, May 2011 Freedom (or Not) of Internet Speech, featured speaker, ITechLaw Association World Technology Law Conference & Annual Meeting, San Francisco CA, May 2011 Co-host, Online Dating & Litigation - A Match Made In Heaven? TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2011 Co-host, Snakes, the End of Pravda and the New Europe, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2011 Moderator and Speaker,Avoiding Legal Black Holes In The Cloud, BrightTalk Cloud Risks & Compliance Summit Webinar, April 2011 Co-host, Beware the FTC When It Comes To Privacy Violations, TechLaw10 Podcast, April 2011 Co-host, The Potential Scope of Internal Electronic Investigations, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2011 Co-host, Natural Disasters in the Internet Era, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2011 Co-host, Will Cookies Crumble? Why the New European Laws Cause Confusion, TechLaw10 Podcast, March 2011 Featured Speaker, Intellectual Property and Internet Legal Issues, International Delegation At Dutch Consulate, San Francisco, March 2011 (Also at Palo Alto Office)

 
ISLN903679556
 

Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com

Subscribe to this feed

Cyberwarfare Is Here; Is the U.S. Prepared?
Eric J. Sinrod, November 17, 2014
Practically every aspect of life now takes place in cyberspace in addition to in the traditional world we know. While at first blush that generally may sound like a good thing, warfare now also takes place online as part of real conflicts, and not just in the realm of computer games.

High-Tech Violations of International Human Rights
Eric J. Sinrod, November 17, 2014
The United Nations was born in the aftermath of the atrocities committed leading up to World War II. The United Nations Charter is plain in its support for the development of international human rights protection.

The Failure of International Organizations to Prevent War
Eric J. Sinrod, November 17, 2014
World War I was supposed to be the “war to end all wars.” And the League of Nations and the subsequent United Nations were designed to keep countries at peace. But unfortunately, wars are still part of the international landscape, including the emerging threat of cyberwarfare.



View Ratings & Reviews
Profile Visibility
#1,452 in weekly profile views out of 21,211 lawyers in San Francisco, California
#763 in weekly profile views out of 1,587,858 total lawyers Overall

Office Information

Eric J. Sinrod

One Market Plaza, Suite 2200
San FranciscoCA 94105-1127




Loading...
 

Professional Networking for Legal Professionals Only

Quickly and easily expand your professional
network - join the premier global network for legal professionals only. It's powered by the
Martindale-Hubbell database - over 1,000,000 lawyers strong.
Join Now