When the Deepwater Horizon oil spill began occurring on April 20, 2010, Bill Robertson looked at its effects in two different ways. “As a local Sarasotan and an outdoorsman, the spill was disturbing from an ecological standpoint,” says the personal injury attorney and CEO at Kirk-Pinkerton in Sarasota. “As a
Statement from Sarasota Attorney Robert K. Robinson Re: Ethics Complaint Filed by North Port Activist Sept. 18, 2015 – Robert K. Robinson, a board-certified government and administrative attorney in Sarasota, is fighting ethics complaints filed by North Port activist Connie Brunni. “I always have followed the letter and spirit of
On April 30th, 2015 Goodwill Manasota held its Ambassador Recognition Luncheon, recognizing those who make a commitment to share the mission of Goodwill with the community by volunteering at events, speaking on the organization’s behalf, creating new fundraisers, and introducing their friends, family and colleagues to Goodwill. Bill Robertson, Kirk
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
Most families have a box of mementos and memorabilia from their parents, maybe their grandparents. Kirk Pinkerton CEO Bill Robertson’s box goes all the way back to the Civil War. From inside, he pulls out a detailed archive of his family’s history of military and legal service, with personal diaries,
Statewide elections in Florida always seem to be nail-biters, and this year’s intense contest between Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Republican-governor-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist is no exception. Recent polls give Crist a tiny edge, but the difference is well within the margin of error, and the truth is that no one
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
Kirk Pinkerton is Helping Our Heroes in an effort to bring together local executives with veterans in the Sarasota-Bradenton area who are unable to find work. The Helping Our Heroes effort is spearheaded by Bill Robertson of the Kirk-Pinkerton Law Firm and Host of Let’s Talk Law on WSRQ Radio.