Posted in Announcements on June 1, 2023
Joshua Canton, managing partner of the firm’s Tallahassee office, has achieved Board Certification in Civil Trial Law by The Florida Bar’s Board of Legal Specialization and Education. Board certification identifies lawyers with specialized knowledge, skills and proficiency, as well as a reputation for professionalism and ethics. Board certification is the highest level of recognition by the Florida Bar. Of Florida’s more than 107,000 lawyers, less than 1% are board certified in Civil Trial Law. Read More
Posted in Announcements on May 3, 2023
Neil Ambekar, a partner in the firm’s Orlando office, has been reappointed as Vice Chair of the Workers' Compensation Rules Advisory Committee effective July 1, 2023. The scope and function of the Workers’ Compensation Rules Advisory Committee is to carry out the mandate of the Florida Bar concerning the proposal of new rules of procedure and changes to existing rules. Read More
Posted in Announcements on January 9, 2023
Conroy Simberg, a premier insurance and litigation defense firm with offices in Florida and Georgia, has elected two attorneys to partnership. Read More
Posted in Announcements, Diversity on January 5, 2023
Lovecia A. Holmes-Oglesby, an associate in the firm’s Tampa office, has been named to the Lawyers of Color 2022 Hot List. First published in 2013, the Hot List recognizes junior- and mid-level attorneys who exemplify integrity, high achievement, leadership, and a passion for fostering diversity in the legal field. Read More
Posted in Announcements on November 18, 2022
The firm’s Tallahassee office shared the spirit of giving this Holiday Season by collecting food donations for underprivileged families in the Tallahassee and surrounding areas.
The firm partnered with Second Harvest of the Big Bend which provides healthy food and other needed items for low-income and unemployed people to relieve situations of emergency and distress. As the region’s primary source for charitable food, Second Harvest acts as a storage and distribution depot for over 149 smaller front-line agency partners (emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, children’s homes, homes for the mentally disabled, and domestic violence shelters) in 17 Florida counties -11 counties in the Feeding America service area (Calhoun; Franklin; Gadsden; Gulf; Jackson; Jefferson; Leon; Liberty; Madison; Taylor; and Wakulla), plus 6 counties under agreement with other North Florida food banks.
To learn more about Second Harvest of the Big Bend, please click here. Read More