Cohen & Grigsby Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Florida Office with Special Performance by Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
PSO will Perform with World-Class Naples Botanical Garden as Backdrop
BONITA SPRINGS, FL – March 2, 2011 – Cohen & Grigsby, a business law firm with headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA and an office in Bonita Springs, FL, is pleased to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the firm’s presence in Southwest Florida with a special presentation of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra on March 10, 2011 at Naples Botanical Garden. The firm expanded to Southwest Florida in 2001 to service clients in need of specialty practice areas not previously offered in the region.
“The work of our Florida office has resulted in numerous awards and accolades throughout the past decade,” said Jack Elliott, president and CEO of Cohen & Grigsby, PC. “Cohen & Grigsby has a growing client base in Florida and our attorneys are involved in various organizations within the law community, as well as other government and charitable endeavors.”
Cohen & Grigsby was established in 1981 with seven lawyers, and the firm has grown to include more than 130 dedicated attorneys offering a full range of client services. The firm’s commitment to exhibiting A Culture of Performance® continues to inspire excellence beyond the billable hour. Cohen & Grigsby’s support of the arts in Pittsburgh and Bonita Springs correlates closely with that philosophy. The firm serves as corporate sponsor of Gulfshore Playhouse in Florida and The Cultural Trust in Pittsburgh. Cohen & Grigsby believes that any investment in the arts is an investment in the region’s future.
A special chamber performance by renowned musicians from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will treat an invitation-only audience to an essential feature of Pittsburgh’s cultural landscape. Known for artistic excellence, the PSO has a rich history of the world’s finest conductors and musicians, including Austrian conductor Manfred Honeck, who now serves as music director.