Gabriela Rosell’s article “The Cuban Conundrum” was published in the South Florida Legal Guide Midyear 2015 edition. In said article, Ms. Rosell analyzes the “conflicting policies of the legislative and executive branches” of the US government and how these “have created a Cuban conundrum that is difficult to reconcile.” For the entire article, please click here.
The “Super Lawyers” list was published in the Super Lawyers: When Life Gets Legal Annual List edition
ZP&W held its annual Firm Retreat from May 14-17, 2015, with Partners from the Coral Gables office, along with Attorney Coordinators from Satellite Offices including Milan, Italy, and Sao Paulo, Brazil, making the trip to Santiago, Dominican Republic. Art Bresnahan, Managing Partner of ZP&W’s Chicago Office, and Brad Helsten, Managing Partner of ZP&W.s Salt Lake City Office and Attorney Coordinators Ismael Compres and Juan Carlos Ortiz from the Dominican Republic, also attended. The event was covered in a nationally televised broadcast feature and in the daily newspapers El Caribe, Bailoteando, Caribbean Digital, El Sol de Santiago and El Sol de las Americas.
Maria D. Garcia authored a section on recent developments in Professional and Facility Licensure for the Jan/Feb edition of the Florida Bar Health Law Section Monthly Update.
ZP&W was featured in the South Florida Legal Guide’s publication of Top Lawyers, Law Firms, Professionals and Up and Comers for 2015. In this edition, ZP&W was featured as one of the top law firms and Joseph I. Zumpano, Leon N. Patricios, David Winker, David Garcia, Bryan Cleveland, Grace Escalona, and Arnold D. Shevin were featured as top lawyers. Martha M. Esperon was named as an Up and Comer.
Carlos Corral authored an article titled .Not-For-Profit Hospital Systems: Time to Clear a Path Toward Integration?. that was featured in the South Florida Legal Guide’s 2015 edition. In the article Mr. Corral Wright analyzes the challenges facing Not-For-Profit hospitals as they try to adapt to new market realities.
The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald covered ZP&W obtaining a $191.4 million judgment on behalf of the son of a former Columbian senator and Ambassador to the United Nations for the nation of Columbia. The Ambassador was kidnapped and murdered in Columbia in 1999.
Maria D. Garcia was re-elected to the Board of Directors for the Cuban American Bar Association
Jamaal Jones was featured in the Fall 2014 NOVA Law School magazine NOVA Lawyer.
Maria D. Garcia authored a section on recent developments in Professional and Facility Licensure for the May/June edition of the Florida Bar Health Law Section Monthly Update.