The Daily Business Review profiled the eight Gunster attorneys in South Florida who represented the seller, Miramar-based 1st Choice Aerospace Inc.
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 announced three attorneys selected in 2019 for promotion to shareholder status. They include Alyse Comiter, Michael Green and Jessica Shapiro.
The Business Journals’ BizWomen recently released their “Headliners” series which focuses on the career accomplishments and community contributions of women in business. The legal industry category highlighted Gunster attorney Megan Moon alongside the ranks of other women in law from all across the country.
A recent article in South Florida Business Journal focuses on the revolution transforming the banking industry as it fights to stay relevant amidst technological advances. Gunster banking & financial services attorney Greg Bader was tapped for comment.
Governor-elect Ron DeSantis has selected Gunster government affairs and appellate law attorney Simone Marstiller to head the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
Gunster attorney Nick Elder authored an article on time management which was recently featured in the Jacksonville Daily Record. In the piece, Elder offers a variety of suggestions as to how lawyers can better prioritize their time in order to increase efficiency and productivity.
As a follow up to the Freed to Run 2.0 relay marathon which ran its course on December 2 – December 7, a recent article in the Jacksonville Daily Record reports on the campaign earnings.
A recent ABA Journal article named Gunster attorney Mike Freed as one of eight inspiring ABA members.
In a recent op-ed with Jacksonville Daily Record, Gunster attorney Asghar Syed discussed how the legal community seeks to raise $1 million over five years for legal aid and health care providers, with Mike Freed’s Freed to Run playing a significant role in the fundraising efforts.
Local Jacksonville news station News4Jax recently interviewed Gunster attorney Mike Freed on his philanthropic motivation for Freed to Run, a series of six marathons in six days.