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 Shareholder and Retired Judge, Hugh Hayes, Profiled as Icon in Florida Trend Magazine

In the November 2023 issue of Florida Trend magazine, Gunster Shareholder and Retired Judge, Hugh Hayes, is profiled as an icon, shedding light on his career as the longest-serving judge in Florida history while sharing some personal tidbits. Hayes joined Gunster earlier this year and focuses his work in the firm’s Alternative Dispute Resolution practice, serving as […]

Businesses Should Be Proactive in Monitoring AI-Based Practices, Advises Holly Goodman in Fast Company Article

Fast Company published an article authored by Gunster shareholder Holly Goodman in which she highlights the increasing use of AI in human resource procedures and processes, including through résumé-screening software, video interviewing software, and productivity analysis. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has warned employers that the use of AI technologies in HR processes could […]

Gunster’s Tim Stapleton Speaks with INFLUENCE Magazine on Move to Gunster, Notable Achievements and Future Opportunities

The Fall 2023 issue of INFLUENCE Magazine features Gunster Government Affairs Consultant, Tim Stapleton, discussing his move to Gunster and highlighting some key achievements since joining the firm. Stapleton, who for more than two decades spearheaded the government affairs and political operations of the Florida Medical Association, sheds light on how his background helped him […]

California Should Follow in Florida’s Grid Hardening Footsteps, Ron Brisé Advises in Florida Daily and ZeroHedge

Florida Daily and ZeroHedge published an article in which Ronald Brisé, who leads Gunster’s Government Affairs Law & Lobbying practice, opines on undergrounding and grid hardening as it relates to the California Public Utilities Commission‘s regulations. As a former Public Service Commissioner in Florida, Brisé sheds light on how Florida made the state’s electric grid more […]

Bob Lamm Analyzes the Corporate Transparency Act in Legal Dive,

Legal Dive and published an article authored by Gunster attorney Bob Lamm, in which he sheds light on the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), which goes into effect on January 1, 2024. The CTA requires companies to file a report with the U.S. Department of the Treasury identifying their individual beneficial owners, as part of […]

HIPAA Compliance Training and Limited Role-Based Access Are Imperative, Bill Dillon Tells Healthcare Risk Management

In a recent Healthcare Risk Management article, Gunster Shareholder Bill Dillon underscores the importance of HIPAA compliance training for all employees, as well as limited role-based access to patient records. The article points to a Washington-based hospital that was fined $240,000 in a settlement with the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) over allegations of a […]

Jonathan Osborne Sheds Light in DBR on Investigations by Florida’s Commission on Ethics

The Daily Business Review recently published an article authored by Gunster Shareholder and White Collar Defense & Internal Investigations Co-Leader, Jonathan K. Osborne, in which he outlines the stages of a Florida Commission on Ethics investigation. In the article, Osborne offers insight into the Hatch Act, how Florida investigates allegations of Code of Ethics violations, […]

Julia Holden Davis Weighs in on Rising Dispute Costs in Construction Dive

In a recent Construction Dive article, Gunster Shareholder and Construction Law Practice Co-Chair, Julia Holden Davis, weighs in on the rising dispute costs the construction industry is seeing in the post-Covid landscape. Julia details how increasing costs and financing requirements have led more people to dispute things they might have overlooked before. She also shares […]

SPACs Increasingly Subject to Strict SEC Rules and Regulations, Bob Lamm Tells Yahoo! Finance

Yaboo! Finance published an article discussing’s recent stock crash. As the article explains, shares of’s parent company, Better Home & Finance, fell more than 90% after the company entered the public market following a merger with Aurora Acquisition Corp, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). SPAC deals are becoming few and far between, […]

Roger Feicht Discusses Pregnant Workers Fairness Act in Fast Company Article

Fast Company published an article authored by Gunster Shareholder Roger Feicht in which he discusses the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, which is set to go into effect on June 27, 2023. Feicht addresses the new changes that came with the Act, how small businesses can make sure they are compliant, and considerations for the Providing […]


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