HALL BOOTH SMITH, P.C

Danielle Dudai

1400 Centrepark Boulevard
Suite 400
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

ddudai@hallboothsmith.com

Of Counsel

561.812.1914



Danielle Dudai is Of Counsel in our West Palm Beach office, and she concentrates her practice on corporate and partnership matters, business transactions, business litigation, blockchain and cryptocurrency compliance. She serves as outside general counsel to several small and mid-sized businesses in both the State of Florida and Texas. Since joining HBS, Danielle has also demonstrated strength in her litigation skills on long term care, professional liability and general liability matters.

Before joining Hall Booth Smith, Danielle founded and owned her own boutique litigation and general counsel services firm in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area. She focused on serving as outside counsel to small businesses and entity selection, formation and operation, and employee matters. She regularly advises clients on ongoing matters within their businesses or individual transactions including contracts, employee agreements and handbooks, buy-sell agreements, and other operational matters.

Danielle has been named a Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyers Magazine for her work in business and corporate litigation and was named to the Top 40 Under 40 list by the Broward County Bar Association.

Danielle has litigated dozens of jury trials and specializes in evidence, procedure and courtroom matters. She has also argued countless motions and issues before trial courts in the State of Florida.

Earlier in her career, Danielle was an assistant statewide prosecutor in the Office of the Attorney General for Florida, where she investigated and prosecuted multi-jurisdictional organized crime including human trafficking. She was previously an assistant state attorney, where she prosecuted cases such as sexual battery and human trafficking.

Danielle earned a Juris Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law, where she was the winner for Best Brief in the 2008 Feinreider Upperclass Moot Court Competition and winner of Second Best Brief in the NAPABA Thomas Tang International Moot Court Competition for the Southern Region. She completed a Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of Miami.



EXPERIENCE

Danielle has extensive experience in business litigation, business transactions, corporate and partnership matters, and data privacy and cybersecurity. She specializes in blockchain, cryptocurrency and financial compliance, and works with clients on compliance, best practices, education and training. She was previously a prosecutor for the state of Florida and handled numerous human trafficking and organized crime cases.

ADMITTED

  • Florida state courts
  • Texas state courts
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida



EDUCATION

  • J.D., Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
  • B.B.A., University of Miami



MEMBERSHIPS

  • Broward County Bar Association

Recognitions

  • Florida SuperLawyers — Rising Stars
  • Broward County Bar Association — Top 40 Under 40

Presentations

  • “Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Town Hall,” Panelist at Bridge2Life event, May 2021.
  • “Business Law Attorney Panel,” Panelist at NSU Shepard Broad Law Center event for the Association of Business Law Students, November 2020.
  • “Derek Chauvin: Discussion of Policing and Charges,” Panelist at NSU Shepard Broad Law Center event, June 2020.
  • “Cannabis in the Banking Industry,” Panelist at event hosted by the South Florida Compliance Association, February 2020.
  • “Cryptocurrency & Legal Ethics,” Panelist at the American Bar Association International Law Section Annual Conference, April 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Look Beneath the Surface,” Keynote Speaker at the Florida Department of Health Conference, January 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Recruitment and Grooming,” Speaker at Women of Tomorrow event hosted by the Dreyfoos School of the Arts, January 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Investigative Techniques for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors,” Instructor/Presenter at the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference, December 2018.
  • “Lab: Darkweb and Cryptocurrency for Law Enforcement,” Instructor/Presenter at the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference, December 2018.
  • “Cryptocurrency: A Primer for Law Enforcement,” Instructor/Presenter to the Florida Office of Statewide Prosecution, July 2018.
  • “End the Criminalization of Trauma,” Panelist at event hosted by the National Organization for Women Palm Beach County, May 2018.
  • “Human Trafficking Training: Multi Jurisdictional Offenses,” Presenter to the National District Attorney Association, March 2018.
  • “Advanced Human Trafficking Investigations,” Instructor at the National Attorney General Training & Research Institute, March 2018.
  • “Psychology of Cybercrime: Economic Crimes and the Internet,” Moderator at event hosted by the Broward Crime Commission, 2017.
  • “Train the Trainer,” Instructor at the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition, 2017.
  • “Do You Think Your Child Is Safe? Think Again.” Panelist/Speaker at event hosted by the Fort Lauderdale Forum, 2016.
  • “Advocacy Priorities and Strategic Planning,” Speaker at the Junior League - Boca Raton, SPAC 2016.
  • “Case Building and Prosecution,” Instructor at the Advanced Investigative Techniques of Human Trafficking Offenses event, 2016.


WEST PALM BEACH, FL – July 30, 2021 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) welcomes Of Counsel Danielle Dudai and Associate Edward Dulatt to its





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Danielle Dudai | HALL BOOTH SMITH, P.C.

Danielle Dudai

Danielle Dudai
1400 Centrepark Boulevard
Suite 400
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Danielle Dudai is Of Counsel in our West Palm Beach office, and she concentrates her practice on corporate and partnership matters, business transactions, business litigation, blockchain and cryptocurrency compliance. She serves as outside general counsel to several small and mid-sized businesses in both the State of Florida and Texas. Since joining HBS, Danielle has also demonstrated strength in her litigation skills on long term care, professional liability and general liability matters.

Before joining Hall Booth Smith, Danielle founded and owned her own boutique litigation and general counsel services firm in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area. She focused on serving as outside counsel to small businesses and entity selection, formation and operation, and employee matters. She regularly advises clients on ongoing matters within their businesses or individual transactions including contracts, employee agreements and handbooks, buy-sell agreements, and other operational matters.

Danielle has been named a Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyers Magazine for her work in business and corporate litigation and was named to the Top 40 Under 40 list by the Broward County Bar Association.

Danielle has litigated dozens of jury trials and specializes in evidence, procedure and courtroom matters. She has also argued countless motions and issues before trial courts in the State of Florida.

Earlier in her career, Danielle was an assistant statewide prosecutor in the Office of the Attorney General for Florida, where she investigated and prosecuted multi-jurisdictional organized crime including human trafficking. She was previously an assistant state attorney, where she prosecuted cases such as sexual battery and human trafficking.

Danielle earned a Juris Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law, where she was the winner for Best Brief in the 2008 Feinreider Upperclass Moot Court Competition and winner of Second Best Brief in the NAPABA Thomas Tang International Moot Court Competition for the Southern Region. She completed a Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of Miami.

EXPERIENCE

Danielle has extensive experience in business litigation, business transactions, corporate and partnership matters, and data privacy and cybersecurity. She specializes in blockchain, cryptocurrency and financial compliance, and works with clients on compliance, best practices, education and training. She was previously a prosecutor for the state of Florida and handled numerous human trafficking and organized crime cases.

ADMITTED

  • Florida state courts
  • Texas state courts
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

EDUCATION

  • J.D., Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
  • B.B.A., University of Miami

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Broward County Bar Association

Recognitions

  • Florida SuperLawyers — Rising Stars
  • Broward County Bar Association — Top 40 Under 40

Presentations

  • “Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Town Hall,” Panelist at Bridge2Life event, May 2021.
  • “Business Law Attorney Panel,” Panelist at NSU Shepard Broad Law Center event for the Association of Business Law Students, November 2020.
  • “Derek Chauvin: Discussion of Policing and Charges,” Panelist at NSU Shepard Broad Law Center event, June 2020.
  • “Cannabis in the Banking Industry,” Panelist at event hosted by the South Florida Compliance Association, February 2020.
  • “Cryptocurrency & Legal Ethics,” Panelist at the American Bar Association International Law Section Annual Conference, April 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Look Beneath the Surface,” Keynote Speaker at the Florida Department of Health Conference, January 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Recruitment and Grooming,” Speaker at Women of Tomorrow event hosted by the Dreyfoos School of the Arts, January 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Investigative Techniques for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors,” Instructor/Presenter at the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference, December 2018.
  • “Lab: Darkweb and Cryptocurrency for Law Enforcement,” Instructor/Presenter at the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference, December 2018.
  • “Cryptocurrency: A Primer for Law Enforcement,” Instructor/Presenter to the Florida Office of Statewide Prosecution, July 2018.
  • “End the Criminalization of Trauma,” Panelist at event hosted by the National Organization for Women Palm Beach County, May 2018.
  • “Human Trafficking Training: Multi Jurisdictional Offenses,” Presenter to the National District Attorney Association, March 2018.
  • “Advanced Human Trafficking Investigations,” Instructor at the National Attorney General Training & Research Institute, March 2018.
  • “Psychology of Cybercrime: Economic Crimes and the Internet,” Moderator at event hosted by the Broward Crime Commission, 2017.
  • “Train the Trainer,” Instructor at the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition, 2017.
  • “Do You Think Your Child Is Safe? Think Again.” Panelist/Speaker at event hosted by the Fort Lauderdale Forum, 2016.
  • “Advocacy Priorities and Strategic Planning,” Speaker at the Junior League – Boca Raton, SPAC 2016.
  • “Case Building and Prosecution,” Instructor at the Advanced Investigative Techniques of Human Trafficking Offenses event, 2016.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL – July 30, 2021 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) welcomes Of Counsel Danielle Dudai and Associate Edward Dulatt to its
Practice Specific Experience
Related Industries

Danielle Dudai is Of Counsel in our West Palm Beach office, and she concentrates her practice on corporate and partnership matters, business transactions, business litigation, blockchain and cryptocurrency compliance. She serves as outside general counsel to several small and mid-sized businesses in both the State of Florida and Texas. Since joining HBS, Danielle has also demonstrated strength in her litigation skills on long term care, professional liability and general liability matters.

Before joining Hall Booth Smith, Danielle founded and owned her own boutique litigation and general counsel services firm in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area. She focused on serving as outside counsel to small businesses and entity selection, formation and operation, and employee matters. She regularly advises clients on ongoing matters within their businesses or individual transactions including contracts, employee agreements and handbooks, buy-sell agreements, and other operational matters.

Danielle has been named a Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyers Magazine for her work in business and corporate litigation and was named to the Top 40 Under 40 list by the Broward County Bar Association.

Danielle has litigated dozens of jury trials and specializes in evidence, procedure and courtroom matters. She has also argued countless motions and issues before trial courts in the State of Florida.

Earlier in her career, Danielle was an assistant statewide prosecutor in the Office of the Attorney General for Florida, where she investigated and prosecuted multi-jurisdictional organized crime including human trafficking. She was previously an assistant state attorney, where she prosecuted cases such as sexual battery and human trafficking.

Danielle earned a Juris Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law, where she was the winner for Best Brief in the 2008 Feinreider Upperclass Moot Court Competition and winner of Second Best Brief in the NAPABA Thomas Tang International Moot Court Competition for the Southern Region. She completed a Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of Miami.

EXPERIENCE

Danielle has extensive experience in business litigation, business transactions, corporate and partnership matters, and data privacy and cybersecurity. She specializes in blockchain, cryptocurrency and financial compliance, and works with clients on compliance, best practices, education and training. She was previously a prosecutor for the state of Florida and handled numerous human trafficking and organized crime cases.

ADMITTED

  • Florida state courts
  • Texas state courts
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

EDUCATION

  • J.D., Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
  • B.B.A., University of Miami

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Broward County Bar Association

Recognitions

  • Florida SuperLawyers — Rising Stars
  • Broward County Bar Association — Top 40 Under 40

Presentations

  • “Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Town Hall,” Panelist at Bridge2Life event, May 2021.
  • “Business Law Attorney Panel,” Panelist at NSU Shepard Broad Law Center event for the Association of Business Law Students, November 2020.
  • “Derek Chauvin: Discussion of Policing and Charges,” Panelist at NSU Shepard Broad Law Center event, June 2020.
  • “Cannabis in the Banking Industry,” Panelist at event hosted by the South Florida Compliance Association, February 2020.
  • “Cryptocurrency & Legal Ethics,” Panelist at the American Bar Association International Law Section Annual Conference, April 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Look Beneath the Surface,” Keynote Speaker at the Florida Department of Health Conference, January 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Recruitment and Grooming,” Speaker at Women of Tomorrow event hosted by the Dreyfoos School of the Arts, January 2019.
  • “Human Trafficking: Investigative Techniques for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors,” Instructor/Presenter at the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference, December 2018.
  • “Lab: Darkweb and Cryptocurrency for Law Enforcement,” Instructor/Presenter at the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference, December 2018.
  • “Cryptocurrency: A Primer for Law Enforcement,” Instructor/Presenter to the Florida Office of Statewide Prosecution, July 2018.
  • “End the Criminalization of Trauma,” Panelist at event hosted by the National Organization for Women Palm Beach County, May 2018.
  • “Human Trafficking Training: Multi Jurisdictional Offenses,” Presenter to the National District Attorney Association, March 2018.
  • “Advanced Human Trafficking Investigations,” Instructor at the National Attorney General Training & Research Institute, March 2018.
  • “Psychology of Cybercrime: Economic Crimes and the Internet,” Moderator at event hosted by the Broward Crime Commission, 2017.
  • “Train the Trainer,” Instructor at the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition, 2017.
  • “Do You Think Your Child Is Safe? Think Again.” Panelist/Speaker at event hosted by the Fort Lauderdale Forum, 2016.
  • “Advocacy Priorities and Strategic Planning,” Speaker at the Junior League – Boca Raton, SPAC 2016.
  • “Case Building and Prosecution,” Instructor at the Advanced Investigative Techniques of Human Trafficking Offenses event, 2016.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL – July 30, 2021 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) welcomes Of Counsel Danielle Dudai and Associate Edward Dulatt to its
Practice Specific Experience
Related Industries