A recent US News article reported that former U.S. Senator and Gunster chairman of the board George S. LeMieux will join Governor-Elect Ron Desantis’ transition team. Senator LeMieux’s focus is to provide counsel to DeSantis and help lay the groundwork as DeSantis transitions to the Florida Governor’s office in advance of his January swearing-in.
The South Florida Business Journal recently announced the $25 million dollar renovation on The Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale, thanks to generous contributions through a fundraising campaign. Former U.S. Senator George S. LeMieux chairs the fundraising campaign for the Parker Playhouse.
Gunster attorney Bob Lamm co-authors a discussion regarding say-on-pay votes in a recent Agenda article. The article illustrates the way to turn around a say-on-pay vote when a company comes in low.
The Daily Business Review recently interviewed managing partners and firm executives at statewide and national law firms about their outlook and expectation heading into 2019. Bill Perry, CEO and managing shareholder of Gunster, was selected for his input from the perspective of Florida firms.
As a follow up to the announcement of the upcoming merger with T-Mobile and Sprint, Gunster government affairs consultant Ronald Brisé continues the conversation as to how this merger can benefit Florida’s business growth with an op-ed featured in the Orlando Sentinel.
According to the Jacksonville Business Journal’s “Largest Litigation Practices,” Gunster ranks No. 18 in Jacksonville out of the 50 law firms considered.
In an op-ed piece featured in the Jacksonville Daily Record, Gunster attorney Mike Freed shares observations he’s learned serving as a certified mediator.
A recent article published by Business News Daily focuses on filing for tax extensions, Gunster tax law attorney Daniel Glassman was tapped for his thoughts on the matter. The tax professional weighs in helping clarify the logistics of filing a tax extension.
As the 2018 election day draws near, Gunster attorney Greg Munson offers a few nonpartisan principles concerning Florida’s water and environment to those newly elected.
Gunster attorney Bob Lamm discusses a proposed ISS diversity policy in a recent Agenda article. The policy, influenced by investor interest, was developed in response to research that reported a lack of gender diversity within companies. Lamm expresses his support for the policy and the benefits it suggests.