SARASOTA, Fla. – Gail E. Farb, a labor and employment attorney with Williams Parker, has been selected to participate in the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Sarasota County Program Class of 2018. The Chamber’s Leadership program offers participants an opportunity to foster leadership skills and enhance awareness of the community and its needs through community involvement, leadership training, and education. Williams Parker attorneys Charles (Charlie) D. Bailey III, Zachary B. Buffington, Erin Hope Christy, Peter T. Currin, Douglas J. Elmore, Rose-Anne B. Frano, Michele B. Grimes, J. Michael Hartenstine, Elizabeth C. Marshall, Patrick W. Ryskamp, and Elizabeth M. Stamoulis are previous graduates of the program.
Ms. Farb has extensive experience in the area of labor and employment law. She advises private and public sector management clients regarding preventive measures in a wide range of employment matters, including federal and state discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour, FMLA, NLRA, restrictive covenants, and whistleblower laws. She also has experience defending single-plaintiff cases and collective actions in administrative, state, and federal court proceedings.
About Williams Parker
Williams Parker was founded in 1925. The firm focuses on employers, developers, high net-worth families, and nonprofits. The firm offers one of Florida’s largest trusts and estates practices; tax and employment groups with significant depth; and accomplished real estate, litigation, and corporate practices. For clients whose legal challenges involve matters in other states or countries, the firm’s membership in a global network of highly-qualified law firms helps its clients secure the legal support they need virtually wherever they need it. Williams Parker takes great pride in its contributions to the community and ongoing investment in its region. The firm is at 200 South Orange Avenue, Sarasota, Florida; (941) 366-4800; www.williamsparker.com.