Thrive is managed by a team of attorneys at Carlton Fields with diverse backgrounds and years of experience helping startups and emerging companies launch, build and protect their businesses.
Meet Our Attorneys
We’re here to assist you at all stages of your venture, and can draw upon the experience of nearly 400 attorneys and government and financial services consultants from offices in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, New York, and Washington, D.C.
Gail is an intellectual property and technology attorney in Atlanta focused on trademarks, copyrights, patents, and anti-counterfeiting.
Rick is a Tampa attorney with experience in securities transactions, private equity & venture capital, mergers, acquisitions, and entertainment law.
Harvey W. Geller has extensive experience in intellectual property, technology, internet, digital media, and entertainment matters, and has been at the forefront in developing and shaping new media and Internet law in the United States.
Gregory M. Gilman is an executive, entrepreneur, investor and attorney. He represents clients in the entertainment, technology, and digital and new media industries, and counsels businesses at all stages of development, from startup to public.
Ethan Horwitz litigates and advises clients in the full range of intellectual property matters in the United States and internationally, including issues related to computer programs protection, product launches and advertisements, and a wide range of technologies.
Allison, a labor and employment attorney in West Palm Beach, Florida, focuses on defending employers in discrimination and retaliation matters in state and federal court.
Maria, an immigration attorney in Miami, provides comprehensive U.S. immigration and nationality law services for businesses of all sizes, families, and individuals.
Jim Walker represents companies and investment funds in complex capital raising, merger, acquisition, investment, divestiture, and joint venture transactions. His business, investor, and investment fund clients operate in a wide variety of industries, including technology, telecommunications, health care, and financial services.
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