Gunster government affairs consultant Ron Brisé was quoted in a recent Economist article discussing Florida’s upcoming gubernatorial race.
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 a recent news article published by the Insurance Business Magazine, Gunster appellate law attorney Ken Bell weighs in on industry concerns as they relate to the assignment of claim benefits.
In recognition of the “Imagine A Day Without Water” campaign on Oct. 10, Gunster’s Lila Jaber contributed her thoughts in a recent op-ed with the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
In a recent USA Today article focused on the tax fraud allegations facing the Trump family, Gunster tax law attorney Martin Press was tapped for his thoughts on the matter.
In a recent byline with HR.com, Gunster labor and employment law attorney Anthony Nelson discusses a new wave of “drive-by” ADA lawsuits involving website compliance.
Orlando Sentinel and Florida Politics recently reported on the news of Orange County mayor-elect Jerry Demings announcing his transition advisory team, which includes Gunster’s Derek Bruce.
In a recent round of coverage surrounding Gunster’s expansion in Tampa, the Business Observer focused in on veteran trusts and estates lawyer Brian Sparks and his transition to Gunster from Hill Ward Henderson.
Gunster tax law attorney Alan Lederman co-authors a discussion on qualified opportunity funds with Bradley Borden in a recent Bloomberg BNA article.
Law360 recently interviewed Brian Sparks to discuss his transition to Gunster from Hill Ward Henderson, where he had served clients for 25 years.
Gunster CEO and managing shareholder Bill Perry as well as chairman of the board George S. LeMieux were named to Florida Trend’s list of most influential business leaders.