A Gunster government affairs lawyer, and Florida native, Derek Bruce found advocating on behalf of the bridge-renaming legislation the perfect way to leverage his professional skills to help honor diversity trailblazers such as Rev. Kenneth C. Crossman.
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 Simone Marstiller is profiled in the fall 2017 edition of Stetson Lawyer, the alumni magazine of Stetson University College of Law. In it, she describes her journey toward becoming a judge of the 1st District Court of Appeal in Florida.
Gunster corporate attorney Joseph P. Chase was the featured guest on the City Voice podcast on Oct. 12. Hosted by Bill Newgent, the podcast serves as a platform to discuss the noteworthy issues and people of West Palm Beach, Florida.
The Florida Trend profile outlines Gunster Regional Managing Shareholder Lila Jaber’s small-business roots to her chairing of the Florida Public Service Commission, and ultimately, to Gunster. Along the way, she’s dedicated her management skills to roles at Workforce Florida and Leadership Florida, and in support of women in leadership.
Gregory K. Bader, leader of Gunster’s banking and financial services law practice, and Thomas A. Hickey, a corporate attorney focusing his practice on executive compensation matters, were profiled in a recent Dealmakers column in the Daily Business Review.
In his latest Business Journal articles, Gunster corporate lawyer David G. Bates identifies a variety of ways in which contracts can be too vague for (legal) comfort, and how to improve the noncompete agreements your business uses to protect its trade secrets and confidential information.
Gunster business litigator Jorge Guttman – also a founding member and current vice president of the Venezuelan American National Bar Association (VENAMBAR) – spoke to several media publications about Gov. Scott’s proposal.
Gunster international corporate lawyer Maria Acevedo-Belt and business litigator Anaili Cure write about a possible way forward for U.S. business investment in Cuba during the Trump era. Their commentary was published in the Daily Business Review on July 27.
In his WealthManagement.com article, Gunster attorney Seth Kaplan notes that there are simple and complex ways of protecting assets and building wealth for the population currently in their late 30s to early 50s.
Gunster real estate attorney Eric Coffman spoke about retail trends in South Florida with two industry publications recently: GlobeSt.com and The Real Deal.