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  • Join Us:
    Nonprofit Matters Forum    

    Williams Parker and the Sarasota Herald-Tribune are hosting a half-day forum on management challenges facing nonprofit leaders Wednesday, November 9, from 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, located at 1741 Main St. in downtown Sarasota. Topics to be covered include the following:

      • Surviving and Thriving in a Challenging Nonprofit Environment: 10 Keys to Success
      • Building an Effective, Dynamic, and Engaged Board
      • Media Relations: How to Draft and Submit a Press Release
      • Supporting Organizations: Pros, Cons, and Relationship Management
      • The Attorney-Client Relationship: Getting the Most Value from Your Lawyer
      • Private Foundations: Distribution Requirements for Maintaining Status
      • Top Issues and Challenges Faced by Nonprofit Leaders

    For more information and to register, please visit williamsparker.com/nonprofitmatters.  

  • Firm Publishes
    Updated Relocation Guide    

    Florida is a beautiful place to visit, and Sarasota is an extraordinary place to live—not only for the richness of its culture, but also for its natural beauty and lifestyle.

    Williams Parker’s roots run deep in Sarasota’s business, civic, and social landscape. Since our founding in 1925, we have helped new residents navigate legal issues in matters concerning real estate, estate planning, employment law, business succession, and tax planning.

    Our recently updated Florida Relocation Guide is designed to be a practical and relevant resource for anyone new or considering a move to the area.

  • Attorney Bonnie Lee Polk
    Honored by Sarasota County Bar Association

    Bonnie Lee Polk, an attorney with Williams Parker, was recently honored by the Sarasota County Bar Association (SCBA) with its C.L. McKaig Award. This award, named after the first president of the SCBA in 1934, recognizes extraordinary service to the SCBA by one of its members in promoting the association’s goals, programs, or functions. Ms. Polk was recognized for “her extraordinary service to the SCBA by ensuring the future greatness of our judiciary through her work on the Judicial Nominating Commission, by instilling the importance of mentorship and professionalism as president of the Judge John M. Scheb American Inn of Court, and the countless hours providing advice and counsel to the new members of the SCBA.” She was presented the award at the association’s annual dinner on September 28 at the Sarasota Yacht Club.

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