Miami attorney Peter Quinter talks with Agence Franc-Press about historic triathlon in Havana, Cuba, as relations between the two nations finally begins to thaw. Peter chairs the Customs & International Trade Law Group at the statewide law firm of GrayRobinson.
Peter, head of the international practice at statewide law firm GrayRobinson, talks about prospects for freer travel to and from Cuba on NPR’s Weekend Edition.
Tom, managing shareholder of the Fort Lauderdale office, offers predictions to the Miami Herald about what workplace issues will be hot in the coming year.
Milton also spoke with another Bloomberg reporter about what this may mean for law firms, too.
Story on Miami’s NBC 6 TV about how the family of a Coconut Creek teenager who was hit and killed by a garbage truck while riding his bike to school has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the owners of the truck, alleging that the driver was illegally operating the truck with the loading forks in the down position, obscuring his vision. The family is represented by attorney Eric Nowak, of de la Parte & Gilbert, P.A.
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.
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.
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.
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.