Derek Eisemann Syprett Meshad associate attorney Derek W. Eisemann and Marion Lieb, wife of Syprett Meshad founding partner M. Joseph Lieb, Jr., will represent the firm in the upcoming Joey Gratton Championship tennis doubles tournament taking place March 20 to 22 at the Bath & Racquet Fitness
In December, the United States Supreme Court declined to review a lower court’s ruling upholding the District Court’s approval of the Economic and Property damages Settlement Agreement in the ongoing litigation against BP over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The Supreme Court’s decision means
Syprett Meshad was very proud to sponsor and attend the 2015 annual fundraising gala for Cat Depot held on Valentine’s Day. Appropriately titled “Love Me Tender,” the event raises funds to benefit the many needy and homeless cats in our community. All photos courtesy of, and with thanks to, the
Patricia A. Blaney-Roby Syprett Meshad Firm Administrator Patricia A. Blaney-Roby celebrated 30 years of employment with the Sarasota law firm on December 28, 2014. Hired in 1984 as a delivery and errand “runner” with no legal experience, Patricia impressed the firm’s partners with her follow-.
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Executive Director Jesse Panuccio On Jan. 1, Florida’s minimum wage will rise from $7.93 to $8.05 per hour, an increase that is the result of a state constitutional amendment passed in 2004 that instructs the state to adjust its rate to keep pace with cost
Attorney Ken Poole, an Associate with Syprett Meshad, celebrates his five-year anniversary with the firm in December. Kenneth M. Poole, Jr. Mr. Poole’s practice is devoted to the areas of family and criminal law. He assists clients in a wide variety of marital, divorce, and domestic related issues
Syprett Meshad attorney Nancy E. Cason was featured in the Sarasota Herald Tribune Business Weekly section (Monday, September 22, 2014) discussing the foreclosure outlook for the greater Sarasota area. Read the full article at heraldtribune.com: Attorney and foreclosure specialist Nancy E. Cason of.
The US Supreme Court recently took the privacy of a person’s cell phone one step further: requiring a warrant before law enforcement can obtain any information from a cell phone. Two cases were before the Court. The first involved a search of a flip phone found on a man arrested on suspicion of
F. Scott Westheimer Syprett Meshad Managing Partner, Attorney F. Scott Westheimer, has been named to Florida Trend magazine’s prestigious “Legal Elite” list for the third consecutive year. Only 1,165 lawyers in Florida were named to the 2014 list, which represents just 2 percent of the more than
Syprett Meshad President Michael L. Resnick and Partner Teresa D. Jones have been selected to the Florida Super Lawyers list, and Managing Partner Nancy E. Cason has been named a “Rising Star” for the second straight year. Only 5 percent of lawyers in the state are selected for Super Lawyer honor