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There is no bigger industry in the state of Florida than healthcare. Hospitals, physician groups, and surgical centers provide valuable care to the citizens of the Sunshine State. For many of these businesses, the workers are independent contractors, rather than employees. However, a recent decision by the California Supreme Court is causing those in the … Read more
Congratulations to the following attorneys for being named 2018 Super Lawyers! Trippe Cheek (Land Use/Zoning), Ryan Davis (Bankruptcy: Business), Jeff Deery (General Litigation), and Brad Saxton (Bankruptcy: Business). And this year the firm is celebrating three Rising Stars – Andrew Roy (Bankruptcy: Business), and NEW TO THE LIST, Jamie Blucher (Bankruptcy: Business) and Brandon DeGel … Read more
WHWW is pleased to welcome attorney Gerrard L. Grant, practicing in business and taxation. Gerrard is highly experienced, with more than 10 years as in-house counsel and vice president of a large financial investment firm, as an Assistant City Attorney for Atlanta, Georgia, and in private practice. He is Florida Bar Board Certified in Tax … Read more
WHWW is pleased to welcome attorneys Glenn Jensen and Eric Werrenrath to the firm. Glenn practices in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and commercial litigation. Eric practices in the areas of commercial litigation and commercial real estate lending.
WHWW attorneys Andrew Roy and Ryan Davis spoke on the Consumer Law Bankruptcy Panel, along with Judge Jennemann, at the Orange County Bar Association’s recent Bench Bar Conference.
WHWW attorney Jeff Deery has been elected chairman of the ELEVATE Orlando Board of Directors. ELEVATE Orlando is a civic non-profit dedicated to equipping and empowering underserved youth to graduate with a plan for the future.
WHWW attorney Jennifer Hostetler has been appointed to serve on the Board of Directors of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.
WHWW welcomes summer law clerks – Alexander Bowen from the Florida State University College of Law and Sofia Rogner and Amy Maitner, both from the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
On July 2, 2018, the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida, which covers Orange and Osceola Counties, will deactivate its Business Court. Cases now pending in Business Court will be assigned to other Circuit Civil divisions and Judges between now and July 2, 2018. Any trials and pretrial dates scheduled to occur in Business Court after … Read more
Employers seeking to prevent their employees, contractors, consultants or former partners from competing or soliciting will typically utilize a traditional non-compete agreement, either standing alone or embedded within a broader agreement. The non-compete limits a person from competing and soliciting for a specific period of time, and within a designated geographic area. However, it can … Read more