Greenspoon Marder Partner Murray B. Silverstein Reappointed to the Florida Courts Technology Commission
Jul 17, 2018
Tampa, FL – July 17, 2018 – Greenspoon Marder partner, Murray B. Silverstein, was reappointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court as commissioner to the Florida Courts Technology Commission. The FCTC is a 25-member standing commission comprised of court clerks, judges, chief technology officers and lawyers responsible for recommending technology policy to the Florida Supreme Court for the administration of courts throughout Florida. Mr. Silverstein has served on the FCTC since 2006.
Mr. Silverstein has over 36 years of experience in complex commercial, business, and real estate litigation, as well as appeals, throughout the federal and state courts of Florida.
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