Eric C. Boughman
Mr. Boughman is partner and co-founder of Forster Boughman Lefkowitz & Lowe, a Central Florida-based business law boutique. His law practice encompasses a wide range of issues affecting businesses and entrepreneurs, including business disputes, risk and regulatory compliance, data privacy, software, technology and health law, corporate governance matters, and asset protection. He has represented clients ranging from multinational corporations to local business owners in all phases of the dispute process, including mediation, arbitration, administrative tax and licensing proceedings, trials, and appeals. Recently, he has become deeply involved in issues dealing with internet advertising and compliance, technology licensing and copyright concerns, internet defamation, data and privacy, cryptocurrencies, blockchain and smart contracts, and other technical issues that affect clients doing business in cyberspace.
Mr. Boughman is rated AV–Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and is a frequent author and presenter in the areas of asset protection, technology, and privacy law. His articles have appeared in the American Bar Association (“ABA”) Probate and Property Magazine, the ABA’s Business Law Today, The Florida Bar Journal, Forbes, Accounting Today, Financial Advisor Magazine, and the Daily Business Review, among others. He is the author of a year-long national seminar series, entitled “The Eleven Commandments of Asset Protection.” His most recent seminars have focused on legal issues involving cryptocurrencies (i.e., virtual currency, such as Bitcoin) and “Intelligent Eavesdropping” involving data privacy, digital assistants, and the internet of things.