Joseph P. Chase, a business and corporate attorney in the law firm’s West Palm Beach office, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches for the 2013-16 term.
The Angel Forum of Florida is a nonprofit organization that promotes local business development by bringing together private investors (“angels”) and Florida entrepreneurs.
The Women’s Foundation was founded in 2007 by a group of local leaders who share a commitment to investing in women and girls to encourage leadership and positively affect their economic, political and social status.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (November 4, 2013) – Gunster, one of Florida’s oldest and largest full-service business law firms, is pleased to announce that the firm has been honored with four “healthiest employer” awards in 2013, recognizing Gunster’s innovation and leadership in the arena of corporate wellness. Orlando: 1st place in its size category (10/25/13) […]
Gunster attorney Keith Sonderling is among 20 attorneys, community and business leaders who were named regional chairs across Florida, including Jeb Bush Jr., who was named co-chair of Maverick PAC Florida. Sonderling also serves on the Fourth District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission, a position appointed by Governor Rick Scott.
Josh Long, a certified planner in the West Palm Beach office of Gunster law firm, has been appointed chair of the Treasure Coast section of the Florida American Planning Association. His term began in September.
Seven first-year associates have joined the Florida-based commercial law firm, six of whom were previous summer associates at the firm. The new hires reflect firm leaders’ continued confidence in the Florida economy and legal market.
Brian M. Seymour, a practice leader and shareholder in Gunster’s West Palm Beach office, has been reappointed by Governor Rick Scott to the Florida Elections Commission, as its vice chair. He was first appointed to the commission in 2009.
Gunster attorney Nicholas Dyal will serve on the Cultural Council board for three years. As a member of the board of directors, Dyal will help the organization in its mission to champion the appreciation, relevance and expression of art and culture in northeast Florida.