Gregory K. Bader, leader of Gunster’s banking and financial services law practice, was featured in a Daily Business Review print article today, for the second time in the past six months.
Gunster makes headlines. Our attorneys are regularly sought after by the media for their insight and opinions on trends in law and business. The following posts feature Gunster attorneys and staff in the news.
Gunster employment attorney Sara N. Huff discusses transgender legal protections in an article published today in the Orlando Business Journal.
Martin Press, a tax attorney in Gunster’s Fort Lauderdale office, was interviewed recently for a Business News Daily article on what may potentially trigger an audit by the IRS, and what happens once an audit’s begun.
Gunster technology and emerging companies attorney Robert C. White identifies specific challenges for technology startups in the region, and lists potential solutions for some as well, in the Dec. 12 Miami Herald article.
Gunster litigator William Hill discusses arbitration in a Daily Business Review commentary – specifically how, in the right circumstances, it can be more efficient than litigating a legal dispute.
Gunster attorney Joseph G. Santoro, co-chair of the firm’s labor and employment law practice, recently spoke with South Florida Business & Wealth magazine on the topic of transgender legal protections – specifically, what Florida employers need to know.
Two Gunster attorneys were in the news recently, commenting on a rule that is currently in the process of being finalized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Patience, perseverance and planning are the hallmarks of both photography and lawyering, Gunster corporate attorney David Bates points out in the Law360 profile.
Gunster environmental and land use attorneys Elizabeth D. Ross and Deborah K. Madden authored an article providing a detailed look at some of the complications surrounding the use of alternative water supply sources in Florida. The article was published in the September/October 2016 issue of The Florida Bar Journal.
Gunster business litigator John Terwilleger was quoted in a recent Quartz article about Florida’s legal preparations for the use of self-driving cars on public roadways.