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Guerra King Celebrates Black History Month

The highlight of Black History Month, however, came with Guerra King’s sponsorship of the Black History Month Reception hosted by the George Edgecomb Bar Association and the Fred G. Minnis, Sr. Bar Association on February 28. The Reception was awe-inspiring as Doretha Edgecomb discussed the life and legacy of her late husband, Judge George Edgecomb, who became the first black judge in Hillsborough County in 1973 at just 31 years old. Judge Edgecomb died tragically just a few years later at the age of 33, but his short life created a legacy that transcends time.


Are Non-Compete Agreements Still Valid In Florida?

On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) proposed a rule banning non-competition clauses in employment agreements. Approximately one in every five American workers, or 30 million people, are subject to a non-compete agreement.


Guerra King Attorneys Visit The Capitol With FSDA

On February 6th and 7th members of the Florida Securities Dealers Association Board of Governors, including Guerra King attorneys George Guerra and Rob Jamieson, visited Tallahassee as part of an annual legislative meet and greet session.


Guerra King Spotlights James Baldwin In Celebration Of Black History Month

We officially began celebrating Black History Month in the United States in 1986, when Congress passed Public Law 99-244 designating February 1986 as National Black History Month. It is as important now, as it was then, to highlight the history and contributions of African Americans because African American history is American history.