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’s Joseph Chase on COVID-19’s Impact on Merger and Acquisition Transactions

Recently, Gunster shareholder Joseph Chase published an article in the Daily Business Review about COVID-19’s impact on mergers and acquisitions (M&A). He discusses the significant slow-down in mergers and acquisitions during the pandemic, causing many transactions to be called off or put on hold. Chase explores the question: will buyers still be required to close […]


Companies Wary of In-Person Board Meetings

In a recent Agenda article, Gunster shareholder Bob Lamm was quoted on the risk of in-person board meetings as the coronavirus spreads across the globe. He discusses the considerations companies should make in regards to these scheduled meetings. Lamm says that if boards are able to hold a meeting via video, that is preferable to […]


Gunster’s Brian Sparks speaks on business entity income tax

Gunster shareholder Brian Sparks recently recorded a podcast for The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Foundation along with Stacy Eastland from Houston, Texas. The podcast discussed the rigidity and flexibility of different business entities. The federal income tax regulatory rigidity versus flexibility of operating a business can vary greatly depending on the form […]



HIPAA Settlements Teach Lessons on Right of Access, Breach Reporting

As seen in a Healthcare Risk Management article, Gunster shareholder Bill Dillon was recently quoted on the recent HIPAA privacy rule settlements involving the Right of Access Initiative and breach reporting. Dillon discusses how the Office for Civil Rights is making a stronger approach to ensure patients have access to their information as shown with the […]


Gunster shareholder Brian Sparks featured on ACTEC Foundation’s podcast

Gunster shareholder Brian Sparks recently recorded a podcast for The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Foundation along with Stacy Eastland from Houston, Texas. The podcast discussed the critical issues with S corporation death traps. There are special tax considerations that need to be addressed when a family business is conducted through an S […]


Gunster shareholder Art Meyers authors chapter for Legal 500 on Employee Incentives

Gunster shareholder Art Meyers recently authored a chapter on U.S. Employee Incentives that was featured in the Legal 500: Employee Incentives 2nd Edition Country Comparative Guide. The article provides an in-depth explanation of the U.S. tax, securities and other design considerations that must be taken into account whenever a foreign parent extends it share incentive […]


The Big Exit podcast features Gunster shareholder Greg Bader on M&A

In a recent Big Exit podcast, Gunster shareholder Greg Bader was invited to discuss the legal perspective of M&A with the host, David Burns. Bader and Burns talk about the following topics: Key legal issues in getting your company ready for the big exit The importance of due diligence on both sides How spending a […]


Patient Safety Act Offers Peer Review Protections

As seen in a Hospital Peer Review article, Gunster shareholder Bruce Lamb was recently quoted on the Patient Safety Act and the legal risks in the peer review process. Lamb discusses the importance of knowing what is not protected in the Patient Safety Work Product and how many healthcare leaders do not understand the protections of […]


How to file a tax extension for your small business

As seen in the Business News Daily, Gunster shareholder Danny Glassman was quoted in an article about filing a tax extension. He expresses that a tax extension is not an opportunity to delay payment to the government but to give people more time to get their paperwork in order. Glassman provides best practices for the […]


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