News and Notes Charles A. Mancuso of Thomas and Pearl, P.A. in Ft. Lauderdale, was elected as international president for the Delta Chi Fraternity. Holly R. Skolnick, a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig LLP, in Miami, has received “The Friend of the Center” award from the Center for Ethics and Public Service at the University of Miami School of Law. Mark R. Eiglarsh of Robbins, Tunkey, Ross, Amsel, Raben, Waxman & Eiglarsh, P.A., in Miami, recently presented “Rainmaking 101,” sponsored by the Dade County Bar Young Lawyers Section, in Miami. Debra B. Ansbro of Gronek & Latham, LLP, in Orlando, was presented with the 2002 Downtown Orlando Woman of the Year Award by the Women’s Executive Council during WEC’s 32nd Annual Women’s Achievement Awards. Theodore J. Leopold of Ricci, Leopold, Farmer, and McAfee, in West Palm Beach, was a featured speaker at the “Called-to-the-Bar” program, introduced by the Cumberland School of Law. He spoke to students about what it really means to be a practicing lawyer and lectured on “Experts and Other Evidentiary Related Matters.” Christine D. Hanley of Christine D. Hanley & Associates, P.A., in West Palm Beach, recently presented at the Employment Law Update in Florida Seminar in West Palm Beach, sponsored by Sterling Education Services, LLP. Michael Andrew Haggard of Haggard, Parks, Haggard and Bologna, P.A., in Coral Gables, recently served as chair of the 2002 Auto Negligence Seminar hosted by the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, and held at both the Tampa Airport Marriott and the Renaissance Ft. Lauderdale Hotel. He also served as an expert guest speaker at a seminar focusing on “Litigating Premises Liability and Negligent Security Cases in Florida,” at the Ft. Lauderdale Sheraton Hotel. Rhea F. Law, president and CEO of Fowler White Boggs Banker, received the Florida Volunteer of the Year Award at the Southern Economic Development Coun-cil’s (SEDC) annual conference in Birmingham. Hannah B. Shear and Nancy Luria Cohen, principals of Synergie, LLC, in Miami, recently presented “Conflict Resolution Within Organizations” at the annual Florida Dispute Resolution Center Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators in Orlando. Laurel Myerson Isicoff, a shareholder at Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, P.A., in Miami, recently led a workshop on “Lease Transfers in Bankruptcy” at the International Council of Shopping Centers Law Conference. Roy Harris of Broad and Cassel, in Orlando, spoke at the National UCG HIPAA conference in Atlanta on “Keeping Your Business Associates in Line.” George S. LeMieux, a shareholder with Gunster Yoakley in Ft. Lauderdale, has been named to Attorney General-elect Charlie Crist’s transition team. Albert E. Dotson, Jr., of Bilzin Sumberg Dunn Baena Price & Axelrod, has received the March of Dimes’ 2002 Building Our Community Award, in the category of real estate law. Michael L. Ferguson of McDonald, Fleming, Moorhead, Ferguson, Green and Smith, LLP, in Pensacola, has been elected a trustee of the University of Florida College of Law Association. Lauren Y. Detzel of Dean, Mead, Spiel-vogel & Goldman, in Merritt Island, spoke recently at The Florida Bar Probate Team Seminar regarding the current developments of federal estate taxes. David Pratt of David Pratt and Associates, P.A., in Boca Raton, has become a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Heather Gatley, a partner with Steel Hector & Davis, LLP, in Miami, has been appointed to the board of governors for the Human Resource Association of Broward County, and will serve as legislative chair. Mike Segal, Edward Hopkins, and Gabriel Imperato of Broad and Cassel, spoke recently at the Second Annual Compliance Summit in Ft. Lauderdale. William J. Cea of Becker and Poliakoff, P.A., in Ft. Lauderdale, recently spoke at a one-day seminar in Ft. Lauderdale, entitled “What You Need to Know About Public Records and Open Meetings in Florida.” His presentation was on the topic of “Government Procurement.” Ted Taub of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP, in Tampa, recently delivered a paper on “Eminent Domain’s Role in Redevelopment: The Evolution of the Public Purpose Doctrine” to the annual meeting of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, in Beverly Hills, California. He also addressed the annual ALI-ABA Land Use Institute on several topics including: “The Ethical Land Use Lawyer: A Government Lawyer’s Perspective.” Elliot Wilcox with the Office of the State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit, presented “Restitution and Violation of Probation Hearings,” at the Flo-rida Prosecuting Attorneys Association’s “Prosecution 101” program in Orlando. Jim Runyon, a sole practitioner in St. Petersburg, has been recognized as Flor-ida’s Child Advocate of the Year for his more than 150 hours of pro bono representation of children in the Sixth Judicial Circuit’s Guardian Ad Litem program. Martin B. Kofsky of Kirkpatrick & Lock-hart, in Miami, has been re-elected to the board of the Dade Association of Health Underwriters, which focuses on improving the state’s healthcare system. Howard D. Rosen of Donlevy-Rosen & Ro-sen, in Coral Gables, recently presented “The Malpractice Crisis: How to Protect Yourself” to the medical staff of Baptist Health Systems in Miami-Dade County. Jason M. Murray, a shareholder for Carlton Fields, in Miami, recently authored a chapter in the new edition of Covenant Against Competition in Franchise Agreements, a book that offers a state-by-state survey of the interpretation and enforcement of franchise-related law. Patricia Donlevy-Rosen, of Donlevy-Rosen & Rosen, in Coral Gables, recently presented “Asset Protection Planning” for the Federal Tax Institute of the Florida Institute of CPAs in Orlando. Peter A. Quinter, a shareholder with Becker and Poliakoff, P.A., recently spoke at the Space Coast World Trade Council’s 6th Annual Regulatory Review, in Cocoa Beach. His presentation included the topic “Customs Compliance–Year in Review.” He also spoke at the TOC2002 Americas Conference, in Miami, on the panel discussion of “Maritime Trade, Port and Terminal Security.” Louise B. Zeuli of Louise B. Zeuli, P.A., in Maitland, recently presented “The Legal Implications of Parish Nursing” at Florida hospital, Sunbelt Systems, where she spoke about the unique dilemmas facing parish nurses of different faiths. Bruce Blitman of Ft. Lauderdale, presented “How to Market Your Mediation Practice and Build Client Relationships Under the Ethical Rules and Standards for Mediators and Lawyers” at Tabas Mediation Group, Inc.’s educational seminar in Boca Raton. Calvin J. Allen of Key West, has been selected to serve as an intermittent tax advisor by the U.S. Department of Treasury, and will be responsible for the delivery of technical assistance in the promotion and implementation of national tax policy for emerging market governments around the world. John J. Fumero, South Florida Water Management District general counsel, was invited to serve on the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s newly formed Palm Beach County Grant Advisory Committee. Lynn E. Wagner, president of Litigation Alternatives, Inc., in Winter Park, completed an employment arbitrator training program sponsored by the Alliance for Education in Dispute Resolution/Georgia State University. December 15, 2002 News & Notes December 15, 2002 News and Notes
15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr I’ve heard a number of people in the past few weeks talk about the need for a national branding campaign for credit unions.I can see both sides of the argument. Many such campaigns fail. They cost a ton. And free riders benefit from the effort, without donating any sweat equity into the campaign.I’ll say this, though. Many of the best movements weren’t orchestrated. They simply sprang up when the time was right.So here’s today’s experiment. There are roughly 1,700 people that read this blog. I’ll ask each of you a favor. Watch this video.If you agree with the video, do me another favor. Post it to your Facebook page. Tweet it. If there are other social media channels that you use, share it through them. continue reading »
continue reading » At Pelican State Credit Union in Baton Rouge, La., members in need of loans are more than credit scores. They’re separate stories.“When we review the credit report, we ask a ton of questions,” Jessica Oliver, director of financial outreach at the $311 million asset credit union, tells the CUNA News Podcast. “We want to make sure the member’s story matches what we’re seeing in print.”Often, members who have blemishes on their credit report will say they’ve had a family emergency, a death in the family, a job loss, or another life event that caused them to fall behind on paying their bills, she says. 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
In total, 559 cases of the virus have been reported since the outbreak began in Broome County. (WBNG) — Broome County Executive Jason Garnar announced the 44th death from COVID-19 at his June 1 news conference. The victim was a Willow Point Nursing Home Resident and a man in his 70s. Garnar says he is concerned after around 1,000 people showed up in Binghamton to protest against the death of George Floyd. Reopening criteria and protests: Coronavirus numbers: In total, Garnar says 44 Willow Point residents have tested positive for the virus. The county executive says its important people continue to wear their masks, remain socially distant and wash their hands. He says he supports the message of the protest but worries if it will result in a spike of coronavirus cases in the county. Broome County June 1 coronavirus update: Binghamton Mayor Rich David and District Attorney Michael A. Korchak denounced the arsonists early Monday. 392 people have recovered from the virus in the county. Throughout Broome County, there are 123 active cases of the coronavirus. Recreation Park Fire Additionally, Garnar says he was upset over the Our Space Playground being destroyed by arson early Monday morning following a night of peaceful protests. The county executive says it was an “incredibly difficult 24 hours” since the fire destroyed the playground. Garnar says the Southern Tier continues to meet reopening criteria after phase two started on May 29. Garnar says he has hope the community will come together to help rebuild the park.
Henman ranks that moment as his highlight of the last 11 years of the event being in London.“It is the end of an era of the ATP Finals at the O2,” he said. “(Roger) Federer has won a couple of times, Djokovic has won four in a row, there has been some amazing ends to the year.“For me Murray winning in 2016, he had been on such a hot streak, for it to go down to the final match of the year, playing against one of his biggest rivals in Djokovic, the final match to decide not only the champion but also the end of year number one.“For Andy to win that in front of his home crowd was special.” Andy Murray cut short the 2020 season and instead is prioritising his preparation for next year
Advertisement Guendouzi gave a tireless and fearless performance as his teammates wilted (Picture: Getty)Wright, likewise, felt Guendouzi was one of few Arsenal players to stand up and be counted at the Etihad.Speaking on Match of the Day 2, he said: ‘Matteo Guendouzi, you have to say, to go to City and put in the shift that he put in today, never gave up, fighting all the way to the end, and that is the spirit, that is the kind of player that we want there [at Arsenal].’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Gary Neville and Ian Wright praise Matteo Guendouzi despite losing to Manchester City Metro Sport ReporterMonday 4 Feb 2019 8:15 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link202Shares Comment Advertisement The Frenchman was a rare bright spark on an otherwise miserable afternoon (Picture: Getty)Both Gary Neville and Ian Wright have singled out Matteo Guendouzi for his excellent performance in Arsenal’s 3-1 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday afternoon.The Gunners’ top-four hopes took a major blow as a Sergio Aguero hat-trick sealed all three points for the champions, with Arsenal not even managing a single shot in a poor second-half display.Despite Arsenal being dominated in midfield for much of the match, Guendouzi was a rare bright spark and Neville believes Unai Emery can build around the teenager in the coming years. A hat-trick from Aguero saw City move to within two points of leaders Liverpool (Getty)Speaking on the Gary Neville Podcast, he explained: ‘[Emery] is finding out a lot about his players all the time. For instance, Guendouzi today I thought was fantastic.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Nineteen years of age that was a really good performance and he can build around things like that.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHe was similarly effusive during his Sky Sports commentary, saying: ‘He’s done well. He’s coming into a team that is changing.‘This is a tough place to play football but he’s standing up, that’s the main thing. He’s trying to match the runs of Manchester City’s midfield which is tough.’
There are now 11 barangays in Kalibo who are in drug-clear status after Old Buswang, New Buswang and Bakhaw Norte satisfied the parameters of the committee composed of the Department of Health, the Philippine National Police, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Department of Interior and Local Government on Feb. 27. BORACAY – Five more villages in the towns of Malay and Kalibo in this province have recently been declared free from illegal drugs. A drug cleared barangay is previously classified as drug-affected, then subjected to drug clearing operations and eventually declared free from any illegal drug activities. Village officials from five barangays in Kalibo, Aklan attend the checking of the documents of their respective villages by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-Aklan at the DILG office of the province on Feb. 26. Their villages were cleared of illegal drugs on Feb. 27. PDEA REGION 6 The barangays of Yapak, Manocmanoc andBalabag in Boracay Island and six more barangays in mainland Malay have notbeen given the green light so far.(With areport from Akean Forum/PN) Other drug cleared barangays in Malaytown are Kabulihan, Nabaoy, Sambiray, Cogon, Dumlog and Naasug. In mainland Malay, meanwhile, there weretwo more barangays that were cleared of illegal drugs. They were Barangay Balusbosand Barangay Motag, according to the 19th regional oversight committeedeliberation in Iloilo City. The parameters were the active involvement of barangay officials in anti-drug activities and other programs, no drug laboratories, marijuana cultivation sites, drug dens, protector, financier, and drug pusher/user and the non-availability of drug supply in the barangays under the Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) Regulation 3 Series of 2017, or Strengthening the Implementation of Barangay Drug Clearing Program. The other drug free barangays in thetown of Kalibo are Tinigaw, Caano, Mobo, Bakhaw Sur, Linabuan Norte, Briones,Nalook and Mabilo. The barangays of Poblacion, Andagao, Pook, Estancia andTigayon, on the other hand, are yet to be cleared of drugs.
Indianapolis, In. — Republican state representative from Greensburg Randy Frye and Republican state representative from West Harrison Randy Lyness invite local college students and recent graduates to apply for an internship with the House of Representatives for the 2019 legislative session, which begins in January.Frye said the House Republican Internship Program is a unique opportunity for college students and graduates to participate in state government and gain valuable hands-on experience. This paid internship at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis takes place during the spring semester and gives students the chance to work one-on-one with state legislators.“Studies show students with paid internship experiences are nearly twice as likely to obtain a full-time job after graduation,” Frye said. “House interns are an essential part of our team, and they are challenged to learn and master skills, like time management and professionalism, which are highly sought after in this job market.”Lyness said internship positions are open to college sophomores, juniors and seniors, graduate students, and recent graduates of all majors. Students can apply for internships in a variety of areas, focusing on legislative, communications and media relations, policy or fiscal policy.“House interns not only learn about the legislative process, but they also have the opportunity to discuss key issues with lawmakers and network with countless other professionals from all over Indiana,” Lyness said. “This internship helps students make connections and jumpstart their careers.”These are full-time positions, Monday through Friday, lasting from January through April. In addition to biweekly compensation of $750, interns can earn academic credit through their college or university, and are eligible to apply for a competitive $3,000 scholarship to use toward undergraduate or graduate expenses.More information about the House internship program and the application can be found here. The application deadline is October 31.
Press Association The Clarets go in search of their first top-flight win at their ninth attempt against Everton at Turf Moor on Sunday. A second-half lapse cost his men dear against West Ham last week but Dyche is adamant there is still the desire within his camp to turn things round. Dyche said: “We are having to learn as we go. “There is no doubting the players’ physical power, their energy, their endeavour and belief – but it comes down to quality and awareness and experience. “We haven’t got a very experienced Premier League squad and we have had some tough lessons already. “We believe this group is honest enough to keep learning and not be broken by it. You just get dented and you take the knocks and come off the ropes and get ready to take it again. “We hope to use that mentality wisely over the season and the next step is to use it to learn how to win.” Dyche hopes midfielder Dean Marney will be fit to return after missing three games with a hamstring injury while Steven Reid is also pushing for a recall. Despite Everton’s inconsistent start to the season and a midweek trip to France in the UEFA Europa League, Dyche is under no illusions about the difficulties of finally claiming a three-point haul on Sunday. Dyche added: “They have had an indifferent start to the season by their standards but they are a great club with a great manager and these are the kinds of challenges we wanted last year. “The players want it and the town wants it. We have gone up to a different level and we are creating chances. it is all about delivering that cutting edge that we know is there.” Burnley boss Sean Dyche insists his side have the character to bounce back from their growing streak of disappointments and beat the odds by securing Barclays Premier League survival.
The 20-year-old’s reputation has suffered considerably and in recent months he has been booed on England duty and during City pre-season games. That could spill over into the season but midfielder Fernandinho believes he will take it in his stride. The Brazilian said: “I think he is a strong character with the right personality. I remember seeing him in an interview talking about his determination to win trophies and I’m sure he will be able to manage the situation.” City’s other high-profile summer recruit, Fabian Delph, is unavailable for the opening weeks of the season because of injury but Fernandinho is convinced the squad is stronger for the arrival of the pair. Fernandinho expects to make a stronger challenge after last season’s distant second-placed finish to Chelsea and also wants to make a bigger impact in the Champions League. The 30-year-old said: “I believe the squad is strong enough to fight for both trophies and I feel very enthusiastic about our chances this season, especially in the Champions League. It is going to be my third season in the competition and (winning it) is something that motivates me.” The trip to Tony Pulis’ West Brom, followed by next week’s clash with champions Chelsea, makes for a potentially tricky opening to the season for City. Fernandinho said: “It is a tough start against tough teams, especially the Chelsea game, but we have worked very hard during the week and our objective is to start with six points to start the Premier League in a good way.” England forward Sterling will be the main focus of attention as he makes his City debut in their Barclays Premier League opener at West Brom on Monday night. Sterling joined City from Liverpool in an acrimonious £49million transfer over the summer that attracted much negative publicity. Raheem Sterling is tough enough to handle any crowd abuse this season, according to new Manchester City team-mate Fernandinho. Press Association