Gunster shareholder Michael Green and attorney Jin Xin co-authored a piece in the Association of Corporate Counsel South Florida’s Fall 2019 Newsletter. The piece titled ‘The Dreaded Preference Demand’ offers advice on thoughtful planning to ensure proper business dealings and how to handle a bankruptcy preference claim.
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 article featured in the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Gunster shareholder Greg Rix was highlighted for his insight on the Westshore interchange project.
Gunster shareholder Mike Freed was recognized as part of First Coast News 12 Who Care Community Service Awards. The 12 Who Care honors members of the community who are making a difference. Steve Fundaro shares Mike Freed’s story about how he is using his feet to change lives in northeast Florida through his ‘Freed to […]
In a recent article featured in the Florida Business Observer, Tampa managing shareholder Bill Schifino Jr. and Bruce Lamb were highlighted in their respective leadership roles with the firm. The article showcases the importance Gunster places on a collegial, team mentality and its strategic plan for growth. The article acknowledged that Gunster positions its attorneys […]
Gunster attorney Bob Lamm wrote a guest column in the monthly legal guide for South Florida Business and Wealth magazine. Lamm’s column titled “Disclosure effectiveness goes into high gear” provides helpful insight to those who prepare disclosures for companies and clients. The recent Securities and Exchange Commission proposal may result in the most significant changes […]
In a recent article featured in Plan Adviser, Gunster private wealth services co-chair Lisa Schneider was quoted in an article on the SECURE Act and how it will affect IRAs. Schneider discusses the impact the SECURE act will have on clients’ estate plans especially those with retirement plans. These impacts include higher taxes under the […]
As seen in the South Florida Business Journal, Gunster attorney Brian McPherson was quoted in an article about whether employees need to go to work during a storm warning. Under Florida law, businesses can terminate employees who do not show up for work in the days before or after a natural disaster, including hurricanes, the article […]
Gunster attorney Bob Lamm provided his insight in a recent Global Finance Magazine article on the skepticism WeWork is facing ahead of their IPO. Widely expected to be one the largest initial public offerings (IPOs) this year, WeWork’s prospectus raises questions about their corporate governance and adds to conflict of interest concerns involving the company’s founder and […]
Gunster attorney Brian Seymour recently penned a thought piece in the Palm Beach Post regarding the impact of House Bill 7103 on workforce housing.
As seen in the July/August edition of the Florida Bar Journal, Gunster attorney Brian Sparks authored an article on how people (attorneys included) and businesses alike often fail to adequately prepare for disasters and emergencies.