Trial attorney Steve Yerrid, tapped by Florida Governor Crist as special counsel on oil spill matters, offers insights in today’s USA Today about how states are preparing to hand BP tabs for oil spill costs – and are preparing to sue if the oil conglomerate flinches from paying.
Attorney Steve Yerrid, appointed by Florida Governor Charlie Crist as special counsel on oil spill matters on behalf of the state, offers insights in an Associated Press story on how BP is working behind the scenes to formulate its own estimate for how much crude spewed from its well in the Gulf of Mexico, as …
Is the American Dream turning into a complete nightmare? Insight on CNBC from Shari Olefson, attorney with Fowler White Boggs and author of Foreclosure Nation.
Real estate attorney and author Shari Olefson talks on CNBC about why a drop in housing prices was expected, but not this early.
Real estate attorney Shari Olefson on CNBC’s The Call talking about when home prices will stabilize. The author of Foreclosure Nation, Shari is a shareholder with the law firm of Fowler White Boggs in Fort Lauderdale.
Tampa attorney Steve Yerrid, tapped by Florida Governor Charlie Crist as special counsel to advise him on BP oil spill matters, talks on Bay News 9 about the disaster’s effects on the Sunshine State’s tourism industry.
Stories in the St. Pete Times and Tampa Tribune quoting Steve Yerrid, Florida’s special counsel on oil spill matters, about BP’s internal investigation report.
Steve Yerrid, tapped by Florida Gov. Crist as special counsel on oil spill matters, on Bay News 9 to talk about what BP’s internal investigation report findings means for Floridians.
Attorney Steve Yerrid, point man for Florida on oil spill matters, talks in AP story about how BP’s finger-pointing internal report happens to play into the Sunshine State’s legal hands
Steve Yerrid, Florida Governor Crist’s point man on oil spill legal issues for the state, talks with NPR’s Debbie Elliott on All Things Considered about how BP’s internal investigation report is an exercise in finger pointing that happens to play into Florida’s hands as legal strategy.