Kirk Pinkerton welcomes another Robertson

SARASOTA, Fla. — One of Sarasota’s oldest law firms, Kirk Pinkerton, PA (www.KirkPinkerton.com) recently welcomed Elisha Robertson as an associate attorney at its Sarasota-based office.   She joins her father, Bill Robertson, CEO and personal injury attorney, at the prestigious law firm. At Kirk Pinkerton, the sixth-generation attorney will practice

How one Sarasota organization helps lawyers pass along traditions of professionalism and ethics

A long-standing Sarasota legal tradition is observed each month when members of the Judge John M. Scheb American Inn of Court gather for dinner and conversation. American Inn of Court history dates back to the late 1970s, when a group of judges, including then-Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Warren E. Burger, discussed the

Free TXT Shield app from Kirk-Pinkerton blocks texting while driving

Everyone knows it’s stupid and dangerous to text while driving, and now, in Florida, it’s even illegal. Unfortunately that doesn’t mean drivers are shutting off their cell phones any more often than they did before the ban, but TXT Shield, a new, free smart phone app from Kirk-Pinkerton, just might change all that. The

SHT Report on Hip Recall

If you received a DePuy ASR XL Acetabular System or an ASR Hip Resurfacing System, DePuy or Johnson & Johnson may have already contacted you.  Indeed, DePuy or Johnson & Johnson may have even sent you a notice and other documents regarding the August 2010 recall of these medical devices.

DePuy Hip Recall Update

If you received a DePuy ASR XL Acetabular System or an ASR Hip Resurfacing System, DePuy or Johnson & Johnson may have already contacted you.  Indeed, DePuy or Johnson & Johnson may have even sent you a notice and other documents regarding the August 2010 recall of these medical devices.

Environmental Lawsuit

The Florida League of Cities, Inc., and Florida Stormwater Association, Inc., announced that they had filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) over novel numeric nutrient criteria regulations the EPA seeks to test on Florida’s waters.  According to a report on an Orlando Sentinel blog, the