GrayRobinson attorney Milton Vescovacci quoted in Miami Herald and Bloomberg

December 18th, 2014 No comments

Miami attorney Milton Vescovacci interviewed in today’s Miami Herald and by Bloomberg on how normalized relations with Cuba will impact U.S. companies eager to trade with the island nation. Another Bloomberg story quoting Milton, talking about how law firms such as his are eager to do business in and with Cuba.

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New York Times story about hotels letting guests borrow all manner of things

December 9th, 2014 No comments
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GrayRobinson’s Elizabeth DeConti on Tampa Bay TV

December 9th, 2014 No comments

Elizabeth DeConti talks with WFLA TV Channel 8 about a local bar caught serving water instead of booze. DeConti with with the statewide firm’s Alcohol Beverage and Food Practice.

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GrayRobinson attorney Richard Blau talks with Jax newspaper

December 9th, 2014 No comments

Attorney Richard Blau talks with the Florida Times-Union about Florida’s efforts to expand medical marijuana industry.

Blau is head of law firm GrayRobinson’s Regulated Products Practice Group, which advises businesses in regulated industries, including Florida’s newly legalized medical marijuana industry. The statewide group counsels clients through local, state, federal and international compliance issues to help them successfully navigate regulations involved with the manufacture, distribution, sale and consumption of various products.

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GrayRobinson attorneys quoted in Scripps story

December 9th, 2014 No comments

Attorneys Richard Blau and Steve Anderson quoted in Scripps story about legal issues involved with what’s believed to be the first national brand of marijuana. Anderson and Blau are with the Florida-wide law firm of  GrayRobinson.

 

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GrayRobinson’s Glenn Cooper on the radio

November 19th, 2014 No comments

President Obama pledges to enact immigration reform by executive order as early as this week. But what are the legal and political consequences of this action? That is, is he constitutionally able to do this? And if so, will his doing so by executive order provoke a reaction by political opponents that may unravel (or even do more harm) to efforts to achieve meaningful immigration reform? What will this mean for local and regional business?

Fort Lauderdale immigration attorney Glenn Cooper, with the statewide law firm of GrayRobinson, talks with Newsradio 970 WFLA AM Tampa Bay and Miami’s 610 AM WIOD about these issues.

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GrayRobinson’s Richard Blau talks with Jax’s WTLV TV about Florida’s Amendment 2, which would legalize medical marijuana

November 4th, 2014 No comments

As voters decide today on whether medical marijuana will become legal in Florida, Tampa attorney Richard Blau talks with Jacksonville’s WTLV TV about what passage of (or failure to pass) Amendment 2 means for the Sunshine State – and the burgeoning national medical marijuana industry.

Blau is head of law firm GrayRobinson’s Regulated Products Practice Group, which advises businesses in regulated industries, including Florida’s newly legalized medical marijuana industry. The statewide group counsels clients through local, state, federal and international compliance issues to help them successfully navigate regulations involved with the manufacture, distribution, sale and consumption of various products.

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Stories in Tampa Bay Times and Bloomberg about trial attorney Steve Yerrid’s suit against Laser Spine Institute

October 23rd, 2014 No comments
Story in today’s Tampa Bay Times about how an Ohio man has filed suit against Tampa-based Laser Spine Institute, claiming doctors failed to properly diagnose and operate on him, leaving him severely and permanently injured.
In the lawsuit, filed in Hillsborough County Court by Tampa trial attorney Steve Yerrid, Ronald Ray Davis alleges – among other things – that doctors improperly submitted him to a harrowing seven-hour surgery in a facility meant only for outpatient procedures. Unprepared to care for him when after surgery he was unable to stand or feel his legs, doctors were forced to dial 911 and send him to a nearby hospital, where he remained for nearly two weeks, the lawsuit alleges.
And a recent Bloomberg story chronicling Laser Spine Institute’s growing legal troubles, including Davis’ lawsuit.
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Florida Bar News feature on GrayRobinson’s Jeff Keiner and musician daughter

October 21st, 2014 No comments

Florida Bar News feature on Orlando litigator Jeff Keiner and teenage daughter Paige, a singer and songwriter who will debut her original EP album “Throne” at a release bash and concert November 1 at The Abbey.

 

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Tampa Bay Business Journal story about South Tampa’s CRU Cellars

October 13th, 2014 No comments

Tampa Bay Business Journal story about how South Tampa’s CRU Cellars has transformed itself from a retail wine shop that happened to serve wine by the glass into a full-fledged bistro.

Indeed, they recently hired Brad Sobo as executive chef. The former SideBern’s chef totally revamped the menu, which he’s debuting now. Brad’s new menu features nifty stuff like blackened octopus, coffee-rubbed strip steak and duck rillette. Daily specials riff on local and seasonal produce and meats. And they’re getting lots of cool new wines – on the menu and on the shelves.

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