The Tampa Bay Business Journal recently featured Gunster regional managing shareholder Lila Jaber in an executive profile spotlighting her dedication to the legal practice and public service.
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.
In honor of the month of April being diversity month, Gunster attorney Mike Freed wrote an op-ed for the National Conference of Bar Presidents about the importance of listening to effect true change.
Gunster environmental law attorneys Luna Phillips, Greg Munson, and Debbie Madden discuss the latest developments in water law in the Daily Business Review.
Law360 covered a recent appellate case in Florida that contains statewide legal significance as it relates to the public records law and trade secrets. The case was won by Gunster attorneys Ken Bell and Lauren Purdy.
The Orlando Business Journal published its annual list of Central Florida real estate and construction law firms ranked by the number of attorneys in the Orlando metropolitan area.
In a recent op-ed in Florida Politics, Gunster attorney Lila Jaber discusses a proposed constitutional amendment on the 2020 ballot that would allow consumers to choose their own electricity provider.
Gunster attorney Stephanie Quiñones recently authored a Daily Business Review commentary piece on Software as a Service Agreements (SaaS) – an increasingly popular method of software delivery for technology providers and their customers.
The Jacksonville Business Journal published its annual list of law firms ranked by the number of attorneys in Northeast Florida.
In a recent op-ed featured in the Miami Herald, Gunster government affairs consultant Ronald A. Brisé pens a thought piece on how the digital divide is holding Florida back.
In this South Florida Business Journal article, Gunster banking and financial services chair Greg Bader was tapped for comment on why banks will likely eye South Florida for 2019.