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The Ephermeral Electronic Evidence Preservation and Discovery Obligations, and Best Practices program, which was presented during The Florida Bar Annual Convention, is now available on demand. On Demand- https://tfb.inreachce.com/Details/Information/15ac264f-1bb9-422a-8941-6f5afef7abc4 Audio Only- https://tfb.inreachce.com/Details/Information/d6eb3be5-2981-4c44-8c64-202d472f2754
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Partnership opportunities are now available for this year’s Annual Labor Day Retreat. Learn more.
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From the Florida Bar: The ABA Board of Governors adopted a new Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion CLE Policy yesterday, April 5, 2022, removing the quota/numerical elements of their policy. The new ABA policy is attached. The Florida Bar has reviewed the ABA’s revised Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion CLE Policy and it appears to comply with...
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The Financial Literacy Act has made a lot of headlines! https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/governor-signs-business-law-section-supported-financial-literacy-act-into-law/ https://www.pnj.com/story/news/local/escambia-county/2022/03/28/florida-financial-education-bill-helped-pensacola-attorney-douglas-bates/7147022001/ https://www.tampabay.com/news/education/2022/03/28/floridas-new-financial-literacy-law-was-years-in-the-making/ And here is a link to the WCTV report on the Financial Literacy Act passage, featuring Doug Bates: https://www.wctv.tv/2022/03/24/gov-desantis-signs-financial-literacy-act-local-attorneys-react/
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By Kacy Donlon, Chair Our Section Retreat to Ireland was truly magical. But rather than provide a travelogue, I wanted to provide a takeaway from the journey. I understand that not everyone can get away for a week in the spring for various reasons, but one of the best parts of the trip was getting...
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Other Legislative Updates The Section’s Legislation Committee, chaired by Stephanie Lieb, had an industrious agenda for this year’s legislative session. The Section is proud to announce that four of its initiatives have passed out of the House and Senate. Financial Literacy (mentioned above) has already been signed by the Governor. These other bills are awaiting...
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ri V. Vaughan was held in Tampa.  After two reschedulings due to COVID, Judge Vaughan’s investiture occurred on the second anniversary of her swearing in, which also happened to be the birthday of the late Hon. Paul M. Glenn.  Chair Kacy Donlon presented Judge Vaughan with a crystal engraved gavel in recognition of her lengthy...
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On February 4th, 2022, Judge Karen S. Jennemann retired after 28 years of service for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida, Orlando Division.  The bankruptcy law community celebrated Judge Jennemann’s retirement at a lighthearted, jovial portrait unveiling ceremony and reception at the Orlando Bankruptcy Court.  Chief Bankruptcy Judge Caryl Delano and...
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The Fellowship Program is designed to assist a diverse and inclusive group of lawyers in becoming better leaders within our profession and the Section, while enhancing their leadership skills. To learn more or to apply, click here.
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Reprinted with permission from Court Connection Volume No. 10 – Issue No. 4 October 2021 By: Chief Judge Caryl E. Delano One of the things I enjoy most about being the chief bankruptcy judge in the Middle District is the opportunity to brag about the incredible work being done by our judges. Today, I am delighted...
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