Frank Lafalce speaks at Florida Bankers Association CFO Symposium

On May 24, 2018, Frank Lafalce gave a presentation entitled  “Overview of Banking and Industry Issues” at the 7th annual Florida Bankers Association CFO Symposium.  His talk covered a variety of legislative, regulatory and risk management issues currently facing Florida’s banks.

Anthony & Partners sponsors 2018 HAWL Judicial Reception

Anthony & Partners was proud to sponsor the 2018 Judicial Reception hosted by the Hillsborough Association for Women Lawyers

John Anthony gives keynote speech at Sebring Historical Society quarterly luncheon

John Anthony gave the keynote speech at the most recent quarterly luncheon of The Sebring Historical Society, held last Saturday in the Civic Center.  

Historic Sebring bank building gets a new lease on life

One of downtown Sebring’s historic buildings is well on its way to gaining a new lease on life, thanks to the restorations and improvements made by its new owner, John Anthony.  

Anthony & Partners welcomes Terri Johnson as Firm Administrator

Anthony & Partners announces Partnership of John W. Landkammer

John W. Landkammer, Esq. has been named Partner at Anthony & Partners, LLC in the firm’s downtown Tampa office


Stan Rowe recognized in the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s “People on the Move”

Anthony & Partners is proud to announce that Stanford D. Rowe, Esquire was recently recognized in the October 2017 edition of the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s “People on the Move.”  After earning a Bachelor’s Degree in finance at Florida State University and his Juris Doctorate at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Stan joined…


John Anthony Squares off Against April Charney

On March 09, 2010, John Anthony squared off against April Charney at the monthly luncheon meeting of the Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association at the University Club in Downtown Tampa. The event was attended by over 200 lawyers and judges in the Tampa Bay area, and was moderated by Herbert R. Donica. Ms. Charney has…


Grady’s foreclosure bill could create bigger rifts between lenders, homeowners

New options could ease burden on court system. Tampa Bay Business Journal – by Michael Hinman Staff Writer – Friday, April 16, 2010 TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Legislature is considering bills that could respond to some issues plaguing the housing industry and possibly prevent future problems. House Bill 1523 is getting early attention from mortgage…


New Florida bill would speed up the foreclosure process

A “faster foreclosures” proposal that sparked consumer outcry and protest last year hasresurfaced in a more moderate form, with a new bill filed this week