Sunburn — The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics — 8.20.19

Good Tuesday morning.

We have another personnel note from the 4th Floor to begin the day (there probably will be a flurry of personnel moves over the next month as many companies’ fiscal years reset and lobbying firms staff up in advance of the first legislative committee meetings.

Carlton Fields adds two consultants at Tallahassee office” via Florida Politics — Multistate law firm Carlton Fields has added Kari B. Hebrank and C. Scott Jenkins to its Tallahassee government affairs office. Hebrank and Jenkins both come to Carlton Fields from consulting firm Wilson & Associates. They will work as senior government consultants. “Kari and Scott both have sterling reputations for client advocacy,” said Carlton Fields shareholder Nancy G. Linnan, who chairs the firm’s Government Law and Consulting practice. “Their extensive regulatory and lobbying experience is a tremendous asset to our team.”

Congratulations to Kari Hebrank and C. Scott Jenkins, who will be based in the Tallahassee office of Carlton Fields.


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