Shutts & Bowen Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2020; 8 Partners Selected as ‘Lawyer of the Year’ August 15, 2019
Shutts and Bowen is proud to announce 86 lawyers were recognized by their peers for inclusion in the 2020 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®. Several partners were also selected as a “Lawyer of the Year” for the upcoming edition.
Florida Trend Recognizes Shutts & Bowen Attorneys as Florida’s Legal Elite 2019 June 24, 2019
Shutts & Bowen LLP is pleased to announce that 20 attorneys have been recognized as Florida’s Legal Elite 2019 by Florida Trend, an award-winning business publication offering regionally-based stories and reporting with statewide impact.
Kimberly Prior Recognized by DBR for Professional Excellence May 06, 2019
Miami partner Kimberly Prior was recognized as a 2019 On the Rise honoree by the Daily Business Review. Kimberly will be honored at the publication’s Professional Excellence awards event to be held on May 23 at the Rusty Pelican Miami.
Sarasota County Commission Approves Mote SEA Land Agreement February 08, 2019
Shutts & Bowen’s Sarasota team, including John Patterson, Meredith Delcamp and Zach Rans, recently represented Mote Marine Laboratory in reaching definitive agreements with Sarasota County for a planned new world class aquarium to be built on land now owned by the county. The project is estimated to cost $130 million.
William McCullough Returns to Shutts as Partner; 2nd Major ‘Homecoming’ in Two Weeks February 15, 2018
William McCullough has rejoined Shutts & Bowen LLP as a partner in its Corporate Practice Group in the firm’s Miami office. Mr. McCullough, who previously practiced with Shutts & Bowen for about 20 years, returns after four years as a partner in the Miami office of Holland & Knight LLP.
Lazaro Vazquez and Francis Rodriguez Discuss Possible Consequences of Anti-Boycott Laws January 04, 2018
In an article published in the Daily Business Review, Lazaro I. Vazquez and Francis E. Rodriguez discuss how U.S. anti-boycott laws can have consequences for those seeking to do business with foreign parties.