“A product coming from our office with our name on it should be a top quality product.”
Mr. Gibson has served as General Counsel to the Governor of Florida and has
litigated cases across the state against the state legislature and for and against
cities, counties and school boards. These cases often involve constitutional issues
defining the limits of the separation of powers among the legislative, executive and
judicial branches of government.
In addition to questions between governmental entities, governmental law also
concerns the relationship between the individual citizen and his or her government.
Property rights, land use and zoning issues, property valuations and taxation
as well as the limits of reasonable governmental regulations are fundamentally
important to our representative form of government.
Individuals: Persons wrongfully injured with serious physical disability.
Business Interests: Corporations and individuals Involved in business litigation.
Personal Representatives: Estates of spouses, parents and children for death by wrongful act.
State Government: Mr. Gibson took a leave of absence from the firm to serve as General Counsel to the Governor of Florida, during which he represented the Governor and dealt with all three branches of state government.