Laurence J. Pino, Esquire
Mr. Pino is a 1973 graduate of the University of Notre Dame and received his J.D.
degree from New York University Law School in 1976. His international studies include
Certificates of Study from the University of Madrid, Spain, L'Alliance Francaise
in Paris, France, and the Centro Linquistico Italiano dante aligheiri in Rome, Italy.
Mr. Pino is a commercial litigation attorney and an active member in good standing
of the Bar Associations of New York (1976), Florida (1977) and California (1988).
In addition, Mr. Pino is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court of
the State of Florida, the Florida Fifth District Court of Appeals, the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the 11th Circuit, the United States District Courts for the Middle District
of Florida, the Southern District of New York, and the Eastern District of New York, and
before the U. S. Tax Court.
Over the past 25 years, Mr. Pino has represented over 1,400 clients in 8,000 separate
transactions or lawsuits. In addition, Mr. Pino has also transacted numerous real
estate, stock, and investment ventures for himself and his clients exceeding $300
million in value.
Mr. Pino is also the CEO and Founder of The Dynetech Group, Inc., a private equity
firm specialized in incubating and growing businesses. He serves as the Chairman
and/or CEO of many of its affiliates and subsidiaries. His business has involved
incubating and growing some sixty businesses selling over $1.5 billion of goods
and services and raising over one-hundred million dollars of investment capital.
In addition to his legal and business activities, Mr. Pino is a prolific speaker
and writer. As a frequent lecturer, Mr. Pino has spoken to over one million people
and appeared as a guest on over 140 television and radio stations. He has also authored
several books including: Finding Your Niche, published by Berkley-Putnam
Publishing, Finding Your E-Niche, The Desktop Lawyer, and Cash
In On Cash Flow, published by Simon & Schuster. Mr. Pino also recently
co-authored Morphing: Radical Evolution for Revolutionary Times with Dr.
Craig McAllaster, Dean of the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.
Mr. Pino combines his penchant for speaking and writing through his current blog
On a personal level, Mr. Pino is intensely dedicated to his family, including his wife of
almost 20 years and their three children, ages 17, 14 and 9.
Myra P. Nicholson, Esquire
Ms. Nicholson received her J.D. from Stetson University of Law in 1987. She received
her undergraduate degrees in Economics and Government from Western Kentucky University
Ms. Nicholson advises clients on a wide variety of corporate, regulatory, compliance,
and transactional matters, including regulation and operation of broker-dealers,
investment advisers, and insurance companies and agents; securities law issues,
mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, public and private placement securities
law; general corporate law and compliance.
In her capacity as General Counsel for various companies, Ms. Nicholson has been
intimately involved in business operations, management, and employment and labor
Ms. Nicholson also counsels clients on technology based issues, including e-commerce,
Internet law, privacy, intellectual property, and software. She has litigated complex
e-commerce, intellectual property and Internet law disputes in state and federal court. She also negotiates
and drafts service agreements and Internet-related agreements.
Areas of Practice
- Securities and Business Transactions
- Corporate Law and Compliance
- Securities Arbitration and Litigation
- Communications and Media Law
- Intellectual Property
- Technology Law
- Internet Law