Gunster is pleased to announce that Lawrence G. Horsburgh has joined the business litigation law practice in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office.
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Arturo Ross joins Gunster as a shareholder in the firm’s Miami office, where he will bring greater depth and experience to its labor and employment practice.
Gunster land use attorney Heidi Davis Knapik has been named president-elect of NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association of South Florida’s board of directors for 2017. A shareholder in Gunster’s Fort Lauderdale office, she has served on the NAIOP South Florida board since 2014, and is co-chair of the programs committee. She will serve as president in 2018.
George S. LeMieux has joined the board of trustees of Florida TaxWatch, a nonprofit taxpayer research institute that works with the state’s business and political leaders to improve Florida.
Gunster is pleased to announce that the firm has been named one of the “50 Most Generous Companies of 2015-16” by the United Way of Palm Beach County.
Gunster litigator William E. Adams Jr. has joined the Justice for Girls: Leadership Council, which serves as an advisory council to the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center in Jacksonville. Adams is the Jacksonville office managing shareholder at Gunster.
Gunster is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of nine attorneys to the firm, who will each contribute to various law practices at offices throughout Florida.
Gunster attorney Megan K. Moon (nee Megan E. Kelberman), an associate attorney in its Jacksonville office, has been appointed an ex officio member of the board of governors of the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section, for the 2016-17 term.
Gregor J. Schwinghammer Jr. was named chair of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee G for the 15th Judicial Circuit of Florida, serving Palm Beach County. He has served on the committee since 2014. His role as chair is for the 2016-17 term.
John W. Little III, leader of Gunster’s eminent domain and property rights law practice, received the John Arthur Jones Annual Service Award in 2016 from the Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate & Trust Law section.