Daniel Nordby, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tallahassee office, recently moderated a CLE panel for the Appellate Practice Section of The Florida Bar entitled “Practical Tips for Telephonic and Zoom Oral Arguments.”
Daniel led the panel participants in a discussion of how appellate courts are relying on technology to conduct oral arguments amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Daniel moderated the panel of appellate practitioners as they provided practical tips to help appellate advocates in this new world of telephonic and Zoom oral arguments.
Attorneys from Shutts & Bowen’s Appellate Practice Group, including Daniel, served as counsel in two of the four cases selected by the Florida Supreme Court for its first ever Zoom oral arguments on May 6, 2020. Shutts partner Jason Gonzalez presented oral argument in the first case argued during this historic session of the Court.
The Appellate Practice Section of The Florida Bar is a 1500-person organization devoted to promoting excellence in Florida’s state and federal appellate courts. Its members include civil and criminal lawyers, plaintiff and defense lawyers, and others interested in the appellate process.
About Daniel E. Nordby
Daniel Nordby is a partner in the Tallahassee office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Appellate Practice Group. His practice focuses on high-profile, high stakes matters of law and public policy, particularly in the areas of constitutional, appellate and administrative law. Over the course of his career, Daniel has developed extensive experience in the area of government and administrative law. He is a Past Chair of the Florida Bar’s Administrative Law Section and has served on the Section’s Executive Council for more than a decade. Daniel has represented clients in some of Florida’s largest competitive procurements and has served as counsel of record in a variety of administrative and judicial proceedings involving the application of constitutional and administrative law principles. He has personally presented oral argument on multiple occasions before the Florida Supreme Court, Florida’s First District Court of Appeal, and the Federal Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit on high-profile matters of constitutional law. Daniel currently serves as Chair of the Florida Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission.