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In response to the health crisis associated with COVID-19, Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. has implemented a strong business continuity plan and we are pleased to advise that our staff are presently working remotely. We are certain that this will allow for continuous client service and continued assistance to the legal community. Accordingly, our firm will… Read More »
Adam Linkhorst (top left) was sworn in (again) as a board member and general counsel for the AGC Florida East Coast Chapter
On Wednesday, February 20th, Adam Linkhorst (top left) was sworn in (again) as a board member and general counsel for the AGC Florida East Coast Chapter. The 70th Annual Meeting & Installation of the Board was attended by 100+ members and guests which was located at the Hilton West Palm Beach. Linkhorst & Hockin,… Read More »
Linkhorst & Hockin, PA was a proud sponsor for the Jupiter Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy (JERSFA)
Linkhorst & Hockin, PA was a proud sponsor for the Jupiter Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy (JERSFA). The event was held at Jupiter High School. The firm has sponsored their annual 5k fundraising race for the past 5 years.
Attorney Adam Linkhorst and family attended the Interfaith Solidarity Vigil Against Anti-Semitism and Hate on Tuesday, October 30th. Temple Beth Am, Jupiter First Church, St. Peter Catholic Church and the Jewish Federation Of Palm Beach County held these event in Jupiter. #prayforpittsburgh #pittsburghstrong #togetheragainstantisemitism
In #MeToo era, woman must support each other Boynton Beach Vice Mayor Christina Romelus’ now public email which stated that Palm Beach County Mayor Melissa McKinlay’s apology weakened her stance for women is wrong, rude and unfounded. (″County mayor receives backlash for apology to attorney who made Kavanaugh comments,″ Wednesday) It came across as… Read More »
Tears were shed, apologies were given and fiery words were spewed. But, “history” was made at Tuesday’s Palm Beach County Commission meeting, Vice Mayor Mack Bernard said. Related: Attorney compares county vote on disparity to Kavanaugh hearings Commissioners unanimously approved, on final reading, new rules to address race and gender disparities in county contracting…. Read More »
The resolution over the contentious battle on county contracts being awarded to minority-owned businesses took a step forward this week — but not before the discussion turned testy once again. County commissioners gave initial approval Tuesday to new rules to address race and gender disparities in county contracting. But Associated General Contractors of America… Read More »
Jack Linkhorst player of the game. 4/6/18.