Trial attorney Steve Yerrid, appointed by Florida Governor Charlie Crist as special counsel on oil spill matters, in today’s WSJ talking about the Sunshine State’s legal strategy involving claims against BP – which includes the formation of a team of Florida’s best trial attorneys (look for an announcement about this soon).
Shari on CNBC’s The Call to talk about whether housing can recover… and when.
Tampa attorney Carl Nelson on Fox 13 to talk about whether a recent Florida Supreme Court ruling that commercial fishermen can sue a company that discharged pollutants into Tampa Bay for lost income and profits sets a precedent for future economic damage lawsuits by Floridians against BP for the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
Florida Governor Charlie Crist’s special counsel on oil spill matters talks legal strategy with CNBC Street Signs’ Jim Cramer
Tampa attorney Steve Yerrid, FL Governor Charlie Crist’s special counsel on oil spill matters, talks about Florida’s legal strategy on Gulf oil disaster on PBS Newshour
Tampa trial attorney – and special counsel on oil spill to Florida Governor Charlie Crist and the state of Florida – Steve Yerrid on ABC Action News
Employment attorney Heather Brock is a guest on Daytime show to offer tips on what’s appropriate (and not) to wear in today’s workplace.
Nifty story in this week’s Business Journal about this Tampa-based boutique intellectual property firm. Money quote: “Of the firm’s seven lawyers, three are board certified in intellectual property, making it a go-to firm for clients needing that expertise.”
Shari on CNBC’s Street Signs again, this time to talk turkey about ethics and business aspects of homeowners walking away from homes.
When most employment lawyers advise businesses about work-related attire, it tends to be of the short-shorts-are-not-appropriate-for-the-office type pep talk. Yet with Americans – especially women – looking for fresh business opportunities abroad, Florida attorneys Jennifer Roeper and Olga Pina increasingly find themselves being called to help globetrotting female executives dress for international success. Indeed, so …