Check out our Monday & Tuesday night parties from last year’s WCEC in Orlando. Get ready for an even more exciting week this year!
For this month’s spotlight, we are featuring Senior Equity Partner, H. George Kagan. Get to know George below, and check back next month for our next spotlight! Hometown: Indianapolis (or as we affectionately called it: Indianoplace), Indiana Favorite sports team: Jamaican Bobsled Favorite movie: (tie) The Godfather (I & II)/Wizard of Oz/Gone with the Wind Favorite legal term:Read more
The 68th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference is less than a month away! With the Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference in Orlando just three weeks away, MKRS Law wants to make sure you stay in the #WCEC2013 loop with of our very own MKRS Law APP! With two built-in components, you can now access all things MKRS and WCEC anywhere, anytime.Read more
As active members of our community, MKRS Law has joined the Coral Gables Chapter of the Chamber of Commerce.
Join MKRS Law at the Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort in Naples tomorrow, July 12th, at 10:45am as Senior Equity Partner, Scott H. Silver, Esq., presents A Firm Defense is the Best Offense: The 4-1-1 on Increasing Performance While Reducing Expense and Exposure.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Jennifer Tornes being with MKRS Law. As the Director of Firm Operations & HR, Jenny is a truly invaluable asset to the team. To celebrate, we’re focusing this month’s MKRS Law Spotlight on Jenny. Check back for other Attorney Spotlights in the coming months. Hometown: Miami, FL Favorite sports team: MiamiRead more
This year, MKRS Law celebrated 55 years of service in the legal industry–quite the feat for any law firm this day and age. With new firms popping up every year, we were honored to see that Judge David Langham, the Deputy Chief Judge of Compensation Claims for the Florida Office of Judges of Compensation ClaimsRead more
How Does DOMA Affect Workers’ Compensation? Today marks a landmark day for same-sex couples as the Supreme Court has released two major decisions expanding gay rights across the country. In a split decision, the justices struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a federal law that eliminates the recognition of same-sex marriage. The court also terminated California’sRead more