Julia Rettig, director of industrial brokerage services at Cushman & Wakefield in Tampa, interviewed by ABC Action News and Tampa Bay’s 10 about how she and others at her real estate brokerage firm are increasingly turning to drones for aerial photography needs - including around Tampa Bay and Florida.
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney/Fowler White Boggs employment attorney Bob Riegel talks with WJXT TV about how beginning March 24th, businesses that work with the Federal Government are required to set goals to employ
people with disabilities at a rate of seven percent and in doing so, keep track of their progress.
Tampa employment attorney Cathy Beveridge, with the firm of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney/Fowler White Boggs, is an in-studio guest on Bay News 9 to talk about how raises to the minimum wage, as well as the Labor Department’s new and tougher rules on overtime, will affect business owners and employees alike
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney/Fowler White Boggs employment attorney Eric Holshouser talks with Jacksonville’s WTLV TV about what legalized medical marijuana would mean for Florida workplaces.
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney/Fowler White Boggs employment attorney Bob Riegel talks with the Tampa Bay Times about how Obama’s push to expand overtime could mean big changes for Florida. Riegel is based in the firm’s Jacksonville office.
Clearwater attorney Jeff Coleman talks with the Tampa Bay Times about a Largo mortgage broker who squandered hundreds of thousands of dollars on risky and unlicensed securities has become a fugitive, after his failure to pay back devastated investors led a judge to order his arrest. Coleman represents the victims, a married couple of school teachers and an elderly widow.
The Coleman Law Firm has provided knowledgeable advice and representation to the people of Florida for more than 15 years. The firm focuses on helping victims of misrepresentation and securities fraud seek retribution against the stockbrokers and financial institutions with whom they invested their hard-earned money.
Dr. Donald Graham on South Florida’s WSVN TV, talking about the troubling trend of unnecessary back surgery.
A pioneer in spinal surgeries innovations (he holds the first patent for an artificial cervical disc), Dr. Graham is a strong proponent of a conservative approach to treatment. Indeed, he is a believer in surgery as a last resort. In recent years, he has been increasingly skeptical, even dismayed, at the x-fold increase in spinal surgery and fusion procedures being performed. To this end, he founded Second Opine Spine which provides independent second opinions on spinal surgery diagnoses. http://www.secondopinespine.com/
Bob Riegel, head of the statewide employment practice at Fowler White Boggs, talks with the Florida Times-Union about how a vote legalizing medical weed would likely play out in workplaces around the Sunshine State.
Record low temperatures in Florida have folks headed indoors. But what about people whose jobs are in large part outdoors? Can they ask bosses to reassign them to indoors tasks? Or take the day off? Can an employee get in trouble (be fired?) for refusing to work in near-freezing temperatures? Can employers get in trouble for forcing employees to do so?
Jacksonville attorney Bob Riegel, head of the statewide employment law practice for Fowler White Boggs, offers tips in today’s Florida Times-Union for employees and employers alike on how to weather these unseasonably chilly temperatures.
And Bob talks about the same this morning with the hosts of Newsradio 970 WFLA AM Tampa Bay.
Employment attorney Dave Potter’s oped in the Fort Myers News-Press about the rise of workplace bullying – and what can be done about it.