Tuesday, June 29, 2010


DAN GELBER claims not to be a shareholder in Akerman Senterfitt. Why?

Last week, we copied the DAN GELBER article from AKERMAN SENTERFITT's website, which says he says he is a shareholder. See below. Was AKERMAN SENTERFITT lying, or was he once a shareholder and then agreed to be of counsel?

DAN GELBER has still not answered questions about his law firm, which represented the CIty of St. Augustine in its efforts to cram 40,000 cubic yards of solid waste back into our Lincolnville community.

We remember AKERMAN SENTERFITT for its arrogance. It billed our City of St. Augustine hundreds of thousands of dollars to delay the day when its 40,000 cubic yards would be required to go to a Class I landfill.

The people won. AKERMAN SENTERFITT, which has three (3) state Senators and one state representative in its stable, has excessive power and influence.

GELBER's AKERMAN SENTERFITT profile states he is a shareholder in the Litigation and Policy practices. The Policy practice has no profile, but it sure sounds like lobbying to me.

What do you reckon?

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