Gunster attorney Seth Kaplan was quoted in a New York Times article today about a U.S. Treasury Department move that would eliminate an up-to-40-percent valuation discount for shares in family limited partnerships.
Gunster attorney Amy Brigham Boulris recently participated in a climb in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming from August 2-5 to raise money and awareness about the problem of human trafficking.
Gunster shareholder Joseph P. Chase was selected as a 2016 young professionals honoree by South Florida Business Journal for its 40 under 40 awards.
Gunster shareholder Maria Acevedo-Belt was named a Legal Luminary in the category of Top Corporate Attorney by popular vote by members of the Dade County Bar Association.
Transitioning from a privately held to public company isn’t for everyone. Initial public offerings can be challenging transactions, but also offer serious benefits.
Months of hard work by all involved culminated in Sensus setting its price on June 2 ($5.50 per unit, 2 million units), and began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange under the ticker symbol SRTSU.
Through their daily actions and long-range plans, Gunster attorney Michael Freed and his wife Crystal (also an attorney, of The Freed Firm) work to help others and better the Jacksonville community.
Gunster attorney Brian Belt, a real estate attorney in the firm’s Miami office, spoke to regional media publications about what the store closings mean for the region and its businesses.
With the right cultivation, Miami is perfectly poised to become the center of commerce for the Americas, Gunster’s George S. LeMieux tells Business Matters in an interview.
Gunster attorney Nick Curley received the Rising Star award from the RPPTL section on June 3 at its annual convention, in recognition of his extraordinary service and leadership over the last year.