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.
In the summer edition of The Florida Bar RPPTL newsletter, Gunster’s Seth Kaplan discusses income tax planning, asset protection, and business structuring.
Gunster attorney Holly Griffin appeared on WPTV to discuss a business owner’s rights when it comes to ADA laws regarding service animals.
The Daily Business Review covered the Palm Beach mansion sale that’s been breaking headlines recently. Gunster shareholder Jessica Shapiro represented the seller in the deal.
Gunster attorney Nick Elder recently penned a commentary piece in the Jacksonville Daily Record regarding construction defect litigation.
Gov. DeSantis recently passed a law that is expected to have a major impact on international and out-of-state investment in Florida.
Gunster attorney Brian McPherson weighed in on how Florida’s legalization of medical marijuana has created uncertainty for both employees and employers.
Gunster attorney Alan Lederman provided his insight in a recent Bloomberg Tax article.