We have forged our own path, and remain committed to keeping small-firm qualities while providing our clients with the extensive resources found at larger firms. GrayRobinson’s strength is built upon the collective histories of our offices across the State of Florida and Washington, DC, and our roots run deep in each community we serve.
Charles Gray, Richard Adams, Gordon Harris and Richard Robinson join their practices to become Gray, Adams, Harris & Robinson P.A.
The Firm expands its presence on Florida's Space Coast by merging with Kirschenbaum and Peeples, an established Brevard County firm.
GrayRobinson merges with the Melbourne firm of Nohrr & Nohrr. A few months later, the Firm moves its Brevard County headquarters to Melbourne.
The Firm continues its statewide expansion, establishing an office in Tallahassee to create a permanent presence in the state capital and further expand the Firm's state governmental practice.
The Firm expands into the Tampa market, merging with Shackleford, Farrior, Stallings & Evans, a firm with nearly a century of history in Tampa. The merger solidifies GrayRobinson’s presence along the “Interstate 4 Corridor” - a magnet for a number of new companies and industries.
GrayRobinson merges with Lane, Trohn, Bertrand & Vreeland. Formed in 1926, it is one of the largest firms in Lakeland.
GrayRobinson establishes its Key West office to serve its neighbors in the southernmost point in the continental United States.
GrayRobinson opens its office in Naples to service a growing economy in Southwest Florida, providing services to existing and new clients in the practice areas of health care, land use and state and local government law.
GrayRobinson opens its third new office in 12 months in the Bank of America Tower in downtown Jacksonville. To meet the growing demands of the Jacksonville market, the office originally serviced clients in the areas of commercial and civil litigation, employment law, bankruptcy and financial restructuring.
The Firm opens its 10th office to serve the dynamic marketplace of Fort Lauderdale, planting GrayRobinson in the heart of South Florida's growth.
The Firm adds a national alcohol beverage and food law practice led by Richard Blau. This addition expands GrayRobinson’s capabilities, providing the guidance and resources needed to navigate all tiers and levels of the alcohol beverage and food law industry nationally and internationally.
As a clear next step to grow the Florida firm, GrayRobinson continues its strategic expansion across Florida with the opening of its Miami office. The Miami market expansion allows the Firm to respond to clients’ needs as well as market trends throughout the state.
GrayRobinson opens its Gainesville office in newly renovated space in the Ayers Technology Plaza in UF’s Innovation Square. The move strengthens the Firm’s Central Florida presence and intellectual property services provided to tech companies.
The Firm strengthens its position in South Florida by officially opening the doors to a new GrayRobinson office in Boca Raton.
GrayRobinson announces its acquisition of Hirschhorn & Bieber, P.A., a Miami-based criminal and civil white collar defense law firm. Hirschhorn & Bieber formed on January 1, 2000, and represents clients in criminal and civil white collar defense litigation.
The Firm expands across South Florida with the opening of its Fort Myers office to better serve a growing number of clients in one of Florida’s fastest-growing and innovative cities.
Dean Cannon’s lobbying firm Capitol Insight joins GrayRobinson’s Tallahassee office, creating an unmatched network of professional relationships, lobbying proficiency and legal background in Florida’s capital.
GrayRobinson opens its West Palm Beach office as a direct result of clients’ increasing legal needs in the South Florida market, with three prominent litigators from Richman Greer. The new GrayRobinson shareholders include a former Florida Bar president, a recent past president of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and a member of The Florida Bar Board of Governors.
GrayRobinson acquires Washington, DC based lobbying firm, Eris Group, LLC. The acquisition benefits both firms and their clients, integrating strong federal lobbying experience and helping clients succeed at the intersection of law and politics. The acquisition extends GrayRobinson’s capabilities beyond Florida, and expands its capacity to serve clients with federal lobbying needs.
GrayRobinson and Thompson, Sizemore, Gonzalez & Hearing (TSG&H) announce a strategic alliance to augment GrayRobinson’s labor and employment practice and provide TSG&H with additional resources and administrative support for continued growth. TSG&H brings nine attorneys with a statewide reputation for labor and employment representation in the public and private sectors, to GrayRobinson’s Tampa office.