WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (October 21, 2013) – Gunster, one of Florida’s oldest and largest full-service business law firms, is pleased to announce that Nicholas Dyal, an attorney in its Jacksonville office, was appointed on October 10 to the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville board of directors by Mayor Alvin Brown.
Gunster attorney Nicholas Dyal will serve on the Cultural Council board for three years. As a member of the board of directors, Dyal will help the organization in its mission to champion the appreciation, relevance and expression of art and culture in northeast Florida.
As a lifelong resident of Jacksonville, Dyal believes a vibrant arts and cultural community is a vital to building a thriving community. As a Cultural Council board member, Dyal will help determine what art, music and food events are planned for the area.
Dyal joined Gunster in 2011 and concentrates his practice on environmental and land use law and real estate matters. He received his undergraduate degree at University of Florida, and his Juris Doctor from Florida State University.
Gunster, Florida’s law firm for business, provides full-service legal counsel to leading organizations and individuals from its 11 offices statewide. Established in 1925, the firm has expanded, diversified and evolved, but always with a singular focus: Florida and its client’s stake in it. A magnet for business-savvy attorneys who embrace collaboration for the greatest advantage of clients, Gunster’s growth has not been at the expense of personalized service, but because of it. The firm serves clients from its offices in Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Palm Beach, Stuart, Tallahassee, Tampa, The Florida Keys, Vero Beach and its headquarters in West Palm Beach. With more than 160 attorneys and 200 committed support staff, Gunster is ranked among the National Law Journal’s list of the 350 largest law firms. More information about its practice areas, offices and insider’s view newsletters is available at www.gunster.com.