Named New President
Williams Parker, the oldest independent law firm in Sarasota, named trust and estate attorney Ric Gregoria president.
Gregoria succeeds William Seider, who has been the firm's president for the past nine years, according to a release. The transition is part of the firm's longterm succession plan, the statement adds.
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Nine Attorneys Named
to Best Lawyers List
Nine attorneys from the law firm of Williams Parker were selected for inclusion in the 22nd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© 2016. Charles D. Bailey, Jr., John T. Berteau, Ric Gregoria, Michele B. Grimes, J. Michael Hartenstine, Carol L. Myers, William M. Seider, James L. Turner, and E. John Wagner, II were named to the list.
Selection to Best Lawyers® is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey comprising over six million confidential evaluations by the country’s top attorneys. Because no fee or purchase is required, being listed in Best Lawyers® is a singular honor. All nine Williams Parker attorneys selected have previously been named to this annual list.