Partner David Hazouri, Esq. spoke on two E-Discovery panels in March 2019, including at the 7th Annual University of Law E-Discovery Conference held in Gainesville, Florida and by special arrangement before the Chief and Associate Judges of the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida at their annual retreat in Hutchinson Island, Florida. Mr. Hazouri is currently scheduled to lecture on E-Discovery at the Broward Bar Convention on June 12, 2019 and conduct a four-hour multi-session E-Discovery CLE Seminar at this year’s Annual Florida Bar Convention in Boca Raton, Florida, beginning at 8:00 a.m. on June 28, 2019. Mr. Hazouri has also recently co-authored an article concerning issues surrounding the use of social media by Florida’s state court judges that will be published in the July/August Florida Bar Journal.
Partner David Hazouri curated and MC’d a half-day, four hour CLE seminar on June 28, 2019 during this year’s Florida Bar’s Summer Bar Convention at the Boca Raton Hotel and Resort. The topics including eDiscovery responses to cyber-attacks, bitcoin and blockchain transactions, and the commercial adoption of social media chat rooms and instant messaging formats. In addition to practitioners and experts in the field, the sessions included several members of the state and local federal judiciary.
Partner David Hazouri’s co-authored article, entitled “Face-Off on Facebook: Judges and Lawyers as Social Media ‘Friends’ in a Post-Herssein World,” was recently published as the lead contribution in the July/August 2019 edition of The Florida Bar Journal. The article discusses the impact of the Florida Supreme Court’s decision in Law Offices of Herssein & Herssein, P.A. on judicial participation on social media platforms. Mr. Hazouri’s co-authors included (Ret) Judge Ralph Artigliere, Judge Meenu Sasser, Professor William Hamilton (UF Law) and Professor Jan. Jacobowitz (UM Law).