Naples, Florida, November 8th, 2017- Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. (www.wpl-legal.com) announce that Attorney Cathrine Hunter has been elected into the Labor and Employment Law, Wage & Hour Committee of the Florida Bar for 2017-2018. The law firm has offices in Naples and Marco Island and assists residents of Southwest Florida in various areas of law, including Business Law, Family Law, Litigation and Trusts and Estates.
The Labor and Employment Law section of the Florida Bar works in conjunction with the Florida Bar Board of Governors to accomplish the mission of the Florida Bar in the area of labor and employment. Sponsoring continuing education for its members, the Employment Law section encourages members who have an interest in management and labor problems in the State of Florida to work together to solve the various issues that plague this area of law. The Labor and Employment Law section provides programs, scholarships, publications and awards to its members, and strongly encourages all members to be actively involved in committees, penning helpful articles and volunteering to present at various CLE events.
Hunter, who has also been elected into the Florida Bar Labor and Employment Law, Workplace Health & Safety Committee earlier this year, speaks about being elected into a second committee with the Florida Bar.
“Being involved in these committees makes it possible for justice to be achieved. By working with other practitioners who share the same ideas, together we can create a solution for some of the problems affecting the workplace,” she says.
Hunter graduated from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law with an L.L.M. in Taxation and from Stetson University College of Law with a J.D., and has been a member of the Florida Bar since 2003. She is active in many labor and employment issues, as well as areas of healthcare law, including HIPAA. She is also volunteers on the Champions for Learning, Classroom Grant Committee.
About Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A.
In 1971, Arthur V. Woodward founded the first law firm on Marco Island which emphasized the importance of a superior work ethic, collegiality and respect among our peers, and a social conscience that commands participation in opportunities for the good of the public. These guiding principles formed the tradition of excellence that the attorneys at WPL work hard to uphold today.