HGS attorney Lauren Gentry, featured in Clay Today Online story regarding the Clay County Board of County Commissioners’ approval of the new Sandridge Community Development District. BCC approves creation of Sandridge Community Development District
Hopping Green & Sams shareholder Gary Hunter has been reappointed by Governor Desantis to the First District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission. More information about the Governor’s recent Judicial Nominating Commission appointments can be found on the Florida Bar website.
Hopping, Green, and Sams attorneys, Erin Tilton, Amanda Nichols, Michelle Rigoni, Lauren Gentry, Sarah Warren, Emma Gregory, Felicia Kitzmiller and Alyssa Willson and staff, Shelley Long, Jackson Hansen and Aubrey Kutz, showed off their culinary skills at the Tallahassee Bar Association’s recent 2020 Chili Cookoff. HGS sponsors the Cookoff annually and is proud to have […]
In a recent Tallahassee Democrat “Your Turn” opinion column, Hopping Green & Sams attorney Gary Hunter addresses criticism of a City effort to pursue regional planning on a 4600 acre parcel and provides a reminder of the 30 year planning history behind the soon to be developed NE Gateway road network. A copy of the […]
HGS attorney David Powell will be a speaker at the upcoming 2020 FSU Law Real Estate Conference, May 15th, 2020 in West Palm Beach. This one day conference will feature experts in the area of transit-oriented development. For more details visit:https://law.fsu.edu/event/fsu-law-real-estate-conference
HGS celebrates client Mosaic prevailing last week in a challenge brought by various environmental groups. On November 4, the Federal 11th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ decision to issue a Section 404 Clean Water Act permit that enables Mosaic to continue mining operations in Hardee County. The Court rejected […]
Hopping Green & Sams has been named in the 2020 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® "Best Law Firms". Hopping Green & Sams is Nationally ranked in one practice area and Regionally ranked in seven practice areas.
HGS Attorney Susan Stephens, along with HGS law clerk Steven Kahn, published an article in the Summer 2019 issue of ABA’s Administrative & Regulatory Law News publication, “Proposed Changes to Interim Methodology for Endangered Species Risk Assessments for Pesticides.” (Administrative & Regulatory Law News v.44, n.4) HGS Attorney Susan Stephens has been appointed Chair of […]
At the 27th Fall Conference of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Environment, Energy & Resources in Boston in September, the Section awarded its “Best Committee” award for 2018-19 to the Section’s Endangered Species Committee, co-chaired by Susan Stephens, for its outstanding work during the 2018-19 ABA year. “A “Best Committee” in its category […]
The American Planning Association Florida Chapter held their 2019 Florida Planning Conference last week in Destin, Florida. Hopping Green and Sams is a sponsor of this annual conference and three HGS attorneys were presenters at the 2019 conference. Erin Tilton presented on the panel “Litigation Skills: What your lawyer wants to know” which discussed how […]