Daniel Pesciotta focuses his practice on legal ethics and risk management. He advises and trains attorneys and professional staff on questions of professional responsibility and cybersecurity, conducts compliance and employment investigations, and reviews, drafts and negotiates commercial contracts.
Dan also counsels attorneys on ethical obligations, represents them before attorney grievance committees, and handles legal fee disputes. In addition, he has experience litigating complex commercial disputes and managing electronic discovery. Dan has taken a prisoner civil rights case to verdict in federal court.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS + SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
- Pulling Teeth: Five Tips for (Relatively) Pain-Free Discovery, ABA Section of Litigation, 2017.
- Speaking Freely on Public Issues: Criminal Suspects as Involuntary Limited-Purpose Public Figures, Vol. 24 University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy, 2013.
- I'm Not Dead Yet: Katz, Jones, and the Fourth Amendment in the 21st Century, Vol. 63 Case Western Reserve Law Review, pages 187 to 255 (2012).