From our founding by J. J. Williams Jr. in 1925 in the midst of the Great Florida Land Boom, Williams Parker has helped guide agribusinesses. Williams Parker attorneys have generational connections to the agriculture industry in Florida and elsewhere, as well as special knowledge of the complexities and unique concerns in the field. From agricultural infrastructure to land use, environmental issues, agricultural finance, and land tenure, Williams Parker has helped agricultural families and agribusiness weather succession, modernization, development, intellectual rights, and countless other issues over the years. Agriculture holds a profound but often misunderstood place in the greater economy. Williams Parker cares deeply about the importance of this industry to supply chains and land value and the great costs of inputs and vulnerabilities of liquidity.