Human rights activist and best-selling author John Prendergast will speak at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport on Thursday, March 16, as part of the Florida Holocaust Museum's Genocide and Human Rights Awareness Movement lecture series.
The Tampa Bay Innovation Center is hosting its March TECH Talk program, one of the area’s premier networking and education events, at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 14, at Microsoft Headquarters offices, 5426 Bay Center Dr., Suite 700 in Tampa.
The plaintiffs’ bar stood alone and, at least for now, has been stymied in its efforts to advance legislation requiring a court to include prejudgement interest in an award from which the plaintiff recovers both economic and non-economic damage.
Celebrating Mardi Gras in style, Estero’s Miromar Outlets hosted a New Orleans styled bar crawl and sponsored a round of giveaways, all with the sounds of live music from local band The Electric Mud
and B103.9 radio.
The Fair Housing Act, religious land usage and the Equal Credit Reporting Act will be among the topics slated to be discussed at the Southwest Florida Annual Fair Housing Summit on April 12 in Fort Myers.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott recently named Megan Fay as his new director of policy. Fay, former deputy director of legislative affairs, is taking over the position vacated by Jeff Woodburn, who has accepted an appointment as executive director of the Florida Constitution Revision Commission,
Leadership Tampa’s Class of 2017 was recently invited to participate in
an Economic Development Day that included behind-the-scenes tours of Tampa
International Airport and Cigar City Brewing as part of the nine-month
Guest curator Katherine Gibson’s newest exhibition is more
than the paradox the name implies. Her goal for Round Square – conversations @large,
opening this week at Florida CraftArt, was to create a visual experience for
visitors that is both obvious and implied.