Ashley Taylor Elected to Shareholder

Ashley Taylor has been elected to Shareholder at Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen.  After graduation from the University of Florida and Southern Methodist University, Ms. Taylor joined the Firm and began her law practice in the area of civil litigation.  Currently focusing her practice in Family… Continued

Aungst Appointed to Juvenile Welfare Board

Brian J. Aungst, Jr. has been appointed as Vice Chair of the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County (JWB).  Brian was named to the JWB Board as a gubernatorial appointment in 2011. The JWB is a publicly-funded, mission-driven organization with… Continued

Staying Ahead of the Curve in Employment Law

Janet Goldberg McEnery will be the guest speaker for the Clearwater Chamber Member Luncheon in November.  Helping businesses understand how to stay ahead of the curve on employment issues, Janet’s topics will include: 1.  Rising employer costs from Dept. of… Continued

Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

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        Congratulations to the following attorneys recognized as Super Lawyers and Rising Stars for 2015. Super Lawyers Andrew M. Brown – Medical Malpractice – Defense James W. Goodwin, II – Business/Corporate Joshua Magidson – Business Litigation Janet Goldberg McEnery… Continued

HR Florida Conference Guest Speakers


Attorneys from Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen were recently selected to present three sessions at the upcoming 2015 HR Florida Conference and Expo – August 31-September 2, 2015 at the Hilton Bonnet Creek in Orlando, FL ( Tuesday, 9/1/2015, 1:00 p.m.: … Continued

George W. Etheridge V Joins Firm

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We are excited to welcome George W. Etheridge V as an Associate in the Firm’s Clearwater office.  George received his law degree from Florida State University and his B.S.B.A. and B.A. degrees from the University of Florida.  He will assist… Continued

Pregnancy Discrimination Law Developments


Andrew McLaughlin reviews a trending employment topic in his article titled “Recent Developments in Pregnancy Discrimination Laws.”  The analysis, which includes EEOC Enforcement Guidance information, was published in the Hillsborough County Bar Association’s “Lawyer” magazine.  Read the article here.