Greenspoon Marder celebrated the recent move of its expanding Miami office with a reception at its new location on the 36th floor of the Brickell World Plaza building at 600 Brickell Avenue.
The event featured an exhibition of the work by noted artist Francesco LoCastro and was curated by The Young at Art Museum, a Greenspoon Marder community partner. Guests included clients and esteemed members of the community.
Greenspoon Marder’s Miami office currently serves as the base for shareholders from several of the firm’s practice groups, including its alcohol beverage group; criminal defense practice; real estate; entertainment law; wills, trusts & estates, and family law.
“We were thrilled to have our guests come and enjoy our new office as we feel it reflects Miami’s unique style and energy,” said Robert F. Lewis, managing shareholder of the Miami office. “Our lawyers and staff are enjoying the beautiful, thoroughly modern space with its large common areas and hospitality features that promote teamwork and offer added conveniences to our clients,” he said.
“When we decided to establish a Miami office, it was always our vision to build a multi-faceted practice, staffed with leading local lawyers and offering a mix of capabilities relevant to the needs of the most sophisticated clients in the Miami and broader South Florida market,” said Gerald Greenspoon, co-managing director of Greenspoon Marder. “Having the right space is an essential part of building a cohesive and successful practice, and this new office positions us to further develop our Miami presence.”
Greenspoon Marder is a national full-service business law firm practicing in more than 60 areas of law. The firm serves fortune 500, middle market public and private companies, startups, emerging businesses, individuals and entrepreneurs across Florida and the United States.
For more than 35 years, Greenspoon Marder has called Florida home with more than nine locations across the state. Its footprint has grown throughout the United States, with offices in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, New York, Las Vegas, Denver and San Diego.