Former U.S. Senator and Gunster Chairman George LeMieux Predicts State’s Future in Florida Politics

Florida Politics recently spoke with Former U.S. Senator and Gunster Chairman George LeMieux regarding his prediction for Florida’s continued statewide growth and political landscape. Central and South Florida are booming and should become nationally important ‘super regions,’ LeMieux explains. “We’re the gateway to Latin America, which is really important where we’re sitting here in Miami […]


Gunster Naples Expansion Featured in Law360

Law360 Pulse recently published an article detailing Gunster‘s expansion into the Naples market. Effective January 1, 2023, Gunster will be merging with Grant Fridkin Pearson, a Naples law firm with 27 years of practice in southwest Florida. The article explains that Gunster has long set its sights on expanding to Naples, and the Grant Fridkin […]


Business Observer Publishes Story on Gunster’s Expansion to Naples Market

The Business Observer recently published a story highlighting Gunster‘s expansion to the Naples market. Effective January 1, 2023, Gunster will be merging with Grant Fridkin Pearson, a Naples law firm with 27 years of practice in southwest Florida. After the 12 attorneys and 15-member professional staff of Grant Fridkin Pearson join Gunster, the firm will […]



Gunster Shareholder William Hill Featured in Law360 Article Regarding Section 1782 Discovery in ICSID Cases

In a recent Law360 article, Gunster Shareholder William Hill is mentioned discussing Section 1782 discovery in International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) cases. Section 1782 allows federal courts to order entities in their districts to turn over evidence to be used in proceedings before a “foreign or international tribunal,” the article explains. Hill […]


Ron Brisé Quoted in Daily Energy Insider Discussing Florida’s Grid-Hardening Investments

Daily Energy Insider recently spoke with Gunster’s Government Affairs & Lobbying Chair, Ron Brisé, regarding Florida’s grid-hardening investments which have allowed the state to rebound efficiently following recent catastrophic events such as Hurricane Ian. “After hurricane Ian the restoration time was remarkable — 98 percent of the customers that could take electricity had power restored […]



Gunster’s Elinette Ruiz-Diaz de la Portilla Discusses with South Florida Business Journal Planned Infill Development in Miami-Dade County

The South Florida Business Journal recently quoted Gunster Attorney Elinette Ruiz-Diaz de la Portilla in an article discussing a developer’s plans to fill in part of a privately-owned lake in Miami-Dade County. The project creatively attempts to build multifamily in an effort to alleviate the housing crisis in this region. “This application attempts to help […]


Gunster Merger with Barnett Law Firm Featured Prominently Across Multiple News Outlets

On October 1, 2022, Gunster completed a merger transaction with the Barnett law firm, a Tampa-based law firm formerly known as Barnett, Kirkwood, Koche, Long & Foster. Barnett attorneys joined Gunster’s Tax, Corporate, Real Estate, Business Litigation and Private Wealth Services practices. This merger positions Gunster as one of the Tampa Bay region’s largest commercial law firms, with 51 attorneys and 39 […]


Sha’Ron James Featured on WJXT 4 News Discussing Insurance Effects Post-Hurricane Ian

Gunster Of Counsel Attorney and Government Affairs Consultant Sha’Ron James was recently featured in a WJXT 4 News live broadcast segment discussing the effects of Hurricane Ian on homeowners insurance, red flags to spot when filing insurance claims and assistance for uncovered losses. James suggests homeowners who were affected by the hurricane make it a […]


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