Shareholder, Holly Dincman, is recognized by the Florida Bar Board of Governors as President of the William H. Stafford American Inn of Court.
Coppins Monroe founding shareholder, Michael F. Coppins, recently received the Tallahassee Bar Association’s Lifetime Professionalism Award. The award annually honors an attorney, judge or law professor who has demonstrated professionalism and dedication to the legal profession and legal community for a period of at least 25 years through civil, community or legal service.... Read More →
The attorneys and staff of Coppins Monroe bid a fond farewell to longtime employee, Christian Kriebel (front center), who relocated to Jacksonville, Florida. Christian was with the firm for 13 years and many have had the privilege of seeing him go from high school student to college graduate and beyond. There was no one better... Read More →
Team Coppins Monroe out for a great cause!!
Coppins Monroe was a recent sponsor and participant in Big Bend Hospice’s annual Dr. Bass Golf Tournament. Firm shareholders Scott Seagle and Zack Scharlepp put together a team for this year’s tournament and enjoyed a rewarding day of playing for such a worth cause. This year’s tournament proceeds go to benefit BBH’s Children’s Bereavement fund.... Read More →
Shareholder, Zack Scharlepp, and his wife Rachel just completed their inaugural run (pun intended) as the new directors for Springtime Tallahassee races (10K, 5K and 1 mile). As luck would have it, their first time at the helm would not be without excitement: a rainstorm was brewing and expected to hit the City during the... Read More →
Holly Dincman has earned the designation of Florida Certified Labor Relations Professional from the Florida Public Employer Labor Relations Association. Ms. Dincman is qualified to advise clients in all aspects of collective bargaining and labor relations.