University of Minnesota Law School, J.D.
(magna cum laude)
University of Maryland, B.S.
Phone: (407) 255-2055
Eric C. BoughmanLitigation, Technology, Asset Protection
Eric Boughman’s practice encompasses a wide range of business disputes, corporate governance matters, internet, software, and technology issues, real estate matters, and asset protection. Eric also manages the firm's expansive multi-state and international asset recovery and defense practice.
Eric has broad analytical experience regarding the pursuit and retention of tangible and digital assets. He has represented clients ranging from multinational corporations to local business owners in all phases of the legal dispute process, including mediation, arbitration, administrative tax and licensing proceedings, trials, and appeals. Eric has also served as general counsel to an off-shore technology company and regularly counsels tech companies, both foreign and domestic. In recent years, he has become deeply involved in issues dealing with internet licensing and copyright concerns, software and cloud-based systems, internet defamation, and other technical issues that affect clients doing business in cyberspace.
Eric has been admitted to practice law in Florida and Nevada, as well as in the U.S. Tax Court, and pro hac vice for matters in other U.S. States. Eric also volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem with the Orange County Legal Aid Society. He is rated AV – Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and regularly publishes articles and makes presentations in the areas of asset protection, real estate, and technology.
Eric graduated, magna cum laude, from the University of Minnesota Law School where, prior to graduation, he argued before the Minnesota Supreme Court as a Moot Court finalist. He also served as a Moot Court program Managing Director and was a student editor for the Minnesota Practice Series Business Law Deskbook. Eric earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland while he was serving in the U.S. Air Force. His duty included tours in Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
Eric is a member of the Florida Bar, Nevada Bar, and the U.S. Tax Court. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, the Orange and Seminole County Bar Associations, and the Central Florida Real Estate Attorneys Council. He remains active in the community as a member of the Rotary Club of Lake Mary and also as the 2015-2016 District Communications Officer for Rotary District 6980. He volunteers with Franklin’s Friends, a local animal welfare organization, and The Hero Games, a local event benefiting the Wheelchair Foundation.
Eric lives with his wife, Heather, and daughter, Peyton, in Longwood, Florida, along with their faithful and playful dogs, Kadin and Chloe. In his spare time he enjoys outdoor sporting adventures, including various water sports, skydiving, mountain biking, and running.
|FBL Legal Eeze||11 Commandments of Asset Protection - 7) If It Sounds Too Good To Be True, It Probably Is.||July 27, 2017|
|National Business Institute||Business Law Boot Camp||July 24, 2017|
|FBL Legal Eeze||11 Commandments of Asset Protection – 6) Know Your Enemy (Government Agencies, Turnover Orders, and Contempt)||June 22, 2017|
|FBL Legal Eeze||11 Commandments of Asset Protection – 5) Choose the Terrain (Where You Plan Matters)||May 25, 2017|
|NBI Live Teleconference||Protecting Assets From Creditors||May 16, 2017|
|FBL Legal Eeze||11 Commandments of Asset Protection – 4) Don’t Be Greedy (Valuation Concerns in Asset Protection||Apr. 27, 2017|
|FBL Legal Eeze||11 Commandments of Asset Protection – 3) Avoid “Late Stage” Transfers||Mar. 30, 2017|
|FBL Legal Eeze||11 Commandments of Asset Protection||2017|
|National Business Institute||Ethical Considerations||2016|
|Orange County Bar Association||In Resolving Title Issues||2016|
|Orange County Bar Assn. Professionalism Panel||Orange County Rules of Professionalism||2016|
|What You Need To Know For Your Estate Planning Practice||Asset Protection Update-2016||2016|
|National Business Institute.||Protecting Assets with LLCs||2016|
|FICPA Breakfast Seminar||Asset Protection with LLCs||2016|
|FBL Legal Eeze||Self-Settled Trusts - Keys to Effectiveness||2016|
|FBL Legal Eeze||Emerging Issues In Asset Protection||2016|
|FBL Legal Eeze||Overview of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act for Non-Lawyers||2016|
|Estate, Guardianship and Trust Committee Meeting||An Overview of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act||2016|
|Barry Law School Pizza and Professionalism||Professionalism in Social Media||2016|
|National Business Institute||Ethical Considerations in Evidence||2015|
|Pension Investors CPE Seminar||Valuation Issues in Asset Protection||2015|
|Orange County Bar Association Trust and Estates Committee||Morality, Ethics, and Professionalism in Asset Protection||2015|
|Orange County Bar Association||Professionalism in Discovery Seminar: Advanced Techniques to Create and Follow an Ethical Roadmap to Litigation Success||2015|
|National Business Institute||Quiet Title Actions in Florida Seminar||2015|
|FAMU Orientation Professionalism Program||Professionalism Plenary Panel||2015|
|Barry Law School Pizza and Professionalism||Professionalism and Mentoring||2015|
|Barry Law School Pizza and Professionalism||Professionalism in the Use of Social Media||2015|
|Accounting CPE||What You Don't Know About Asset Protection Can Hurt You||2015|
|National Business Institute||Curing Title Issues||2014|
|Orange County Bar Trust and Estates Committee||Asset Protection and Avoiding the Pitfalls of Fraudulent Transfers||2014|
|Barry Law School Pizza and Professionalism||Professionalism and Time Management||2014|
|2014 Annual CPE Seminar||Asset Protection||2014|