News

Nov162017

BMO Attorney Will Milford provides insight on proposed new tax plan impact on municipal project funding for Governing.com

Bryant Miller Olive's Will Milford of Jacksonville provided valuable insight for a November 3, 2017 article in Governing that detailed how the proposed GOP tax plan would make things very difficult for governments to gain funding for economic development projects.

Nov162017

Bryant Miller Olive’s JoLinda Herring presents on municipal bonds before the Florida Constitution Revision Commission on behalf of the Florida League of Cities and the Florida Association of Counties

JoLinda Herring, a 23-year municipal finance expert and BMO shareholder, presented to the Commission on Tuesday, October 31 on behalf of her client, the Florida League of Cities, and the Florida Association of Counties. Ms. Herring was able to help better educate Commission members on municipal bonding in the State of Florida and the effect on cities and counties.

Nov082017

David Miller Pens Blog Post for Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

David Miller’s blog post titled, “Holiday Party Tips You May Not Have Heard Before” was recently published on the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Blog. SHRM is the largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries. Read full blog post here.

Oct302017

Kimberly Beckwith joins Bryant Miller Olive’s State and Local Government Practice Group

Kimberly Beckwith has joined the Bryant Miller Olive law firm’s Tampa office as a member of the State and Local Government Practice Group. In her new role, Beckwith is working on a team that represents local government and private clients such as the City of Largo, the City of Safety Harbor and the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority in a wide range of matters.

Oct202017

Bryant Miller Olive welcomes Christa Childers to Orlando office

Bryant Miller Olive has announced that Christa Childers has joined the firm’s Orlando office as a member of the Public Finance Practice Group. In her new role, Childers will be focusing on BMO’s 501(c)(3) clients, corporate tax and bond issues.