Larry and Jason Kellogg are quoted in Daily Business Review discussing their recent victory on behalf of their client against Dennis Zecca, an ex-Coast Guard commander, in a case involving a murder-for-hire, the FBI, and a staged murder scene. “He knows it’s very unlikely that he will ever collect a $17 million judgment against Dennis […]
Larry Kellogg is mentioned in an article by West Villages Sun, discussing the lawsuit against Sarasota County based on racial gerrymandering. The filed complaint discusses the adoption of a new map preventing African American district from being able to vote for the upcoming 2020 elections. Read more.
Larry Kellogg is featured in a radio interview by WMNF, discussing the filed lawsuit against the Sarasota County Commission’s new redistricting map preventing African American district from the right to vote. Read more.
Lawrence Kellogg, LKLSG Founding Partner, is featured in the Daily Business Review in a profile highlighting his legal career and impact on the community. “When people think of law, they think of old law books, things written in stone like the Ten Commandments on a tablet,” Kellogg said. “But in reality, it’s society’s way of […]
Lawrence Kellogg, LKLSG Founding Partner, is quoted in the Daily Business Review discussing how Twitter is affecting lawyers. “I tell young lawyers when they’re fighting with other lawyers by email, ‘Pick up the telephone, because neither of you will act this way when you’re speaking to each other.’,” said Kellogg. Read more.
Lawrence Kellogg, LKLSG Founding Partner, is quoted in Law360 discussing how tweets can land lawyers in hot water with The Florida Bar. A lawyer is expected to act a certain way even when not representing clients or immediately engaged in the practice of law, LKLSG Partner Larry Kellogg told Law360. Read more.
Lawence Kellogg, LKLSG Founding Partner, is quoted in the Daily Business Review discussing The Florida Bar investigation of US Representative Matt Gaetz because of a tweet he made. “Unless he’s convicted of a crime, he’s not going to be disbarred,” said Kellogg. Read more.