Naples, Florida, August 29th, 2018– Southwest Florida law firm, Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. (www.wpl-legal.com) announces that Partner, Christopher Lombardo spoke as a panelist at the University of Central Florida’s National Center for Integrated Coastal Research symposium earlier this month. The law firm has two offices; one in Naples and one on Marco Island, and has been assisting residents with various legal matters since 1971.
Lombardo was a part of the speaking series, which was held on August 17th and was centered on the impact of our ever-changing coastline and how Florida communities are adapting. The National Center for Integrated Coastal Research is an effort, managed by Dr. Graham Worthy, and aims to integrate society with science to find solutions to the problems that are plaguing our state. Increasing resiliency to coastal communities and creating sustainability are among the top efforts that the Center is attempting to achieve. Lombardo shared the panel with Whitney Grey from DEP, Salvador Moreno, PHD, a professor at UCF, specializing in water borne bacteria, Alexander Rudloff, one of the original team for TED talks, U.S. Congressman Darren Soto, US Congressman Bill Posey, former Florida State Representative Jim Bacchus and many others passionate about the cause. This full day symposium invited debate from all in attendance, which was over 200 attendees.
Lombardo is Board-Certified in Marital and Family Law, and represents clients in a multitude of matters, including alimony, child custody and prenuptial, postnuptial and marital settlement agreements. He also specializes in Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation and Personal Injury matters. Lombardo guides his clients through all aspects of a case, from negotiation and mediation to litigation and appeals.
He is proud to have been selected to take part in the coastal research symposium and looks forward to what the Center can accomplish.
“The need to efficiently manage our coastal resources is important for our economy to thrive. By gaining more security in our coastal ecosystems, we’ll be able to ensure our coastlines’ sustainability for decades,” he says.
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.
To learn more about Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A., please call (239) 649-6555 or visit www.wpl-legal.com for more information.