January 15, 2004 On the Move

first_imgJanuary 15, 2004 On the Move January 15, 2004 On the Move On the Move Julie A. Horstkamp has recently become a shareholder at Kirk-Pinkerton, P.A., with offices at 720 S. Orange Ave., Sarasota 34236, telephone (941) 364-2400. Horstkamp concentrated her practice in commercial and residential real estate law. The Law Office of Kevin V. Canipelli has relocated to 3609 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 32207, telephone (904) 398-2495. Canipelli practices in the areas of wills, probate of estates, personal injury, and criminal law. Paul Rampell and Guy Rabideau have formed Rampell & Rabideau, L.L.P., with offices at 50 Cocoanut Row, Suite 220, Palm Beach 33480. Jason L. Harr has become associated with Grower, Ketcham, Rutherford, Bronson, Eide & Telan, P.A., with offices at 390 N. Orange Ave., Suite 1900, Orlando 32801, telephone (407) 423-9545. Beppy Landrum has become associated with Baker & Hostetler, L.L.P., Orlando. Landrum concentrates in the areas of corporate transactions representing profit and not-for-profit corporations and foundations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and government agencies. Epstein Becker & Green announces the opening of a Miami office which will be managed by employment attorney Michael W. Casey, II. George M. Osborne has joined Englander & Fischer, P.A., with offices at 721 First Ave. N., St. Pete., 33701, telephone (727) 898-7210. Daniel B. Rosenthal has joined Quarles & Brady in Boca Raton as senior counsel. Rosenthal will be a part of the firm’s litigation group. Heather A. Bradley has become associated with Walters Levine Brown Klingensmith & Thomison, P.A. She practices in the areas of business and construction litigation. Steven K. Brumer has co-founded Online Directives, Inc., an advance directive and living will registration service, located at www.onlinedirectives.com. Daniel A. Hoffman announces the opening of Hoffman Law located at 1718 Main Street, Ste. 202, Sarasota, 34236, phone (941) 330-2400. His practice focuses on estate planning, entertainment law, and corporate services. Timothy J. Inacio, Clifton D. Gavin and Karl W. Labertew have joined Schofield & Wade, P.A., and will practice in general civil trial litigation. R. Scott Ritchie has also joined the firm and will practice in the areas of insurance defense, construction litigation, and workers’ compensation. Travis J. McMillen has become associated with Grower, Ketcham, Rutherford, Bronson, Eide & Telan, P.A., with offices at 390 N. Orange Ave., Ste. 1900, Orlando, 32801, telephone (407) 423-9545. Amie K. Riggle has become associated with Akerman Senterfitt in the Miami office. She will focus her practice on commercial litigation. Lindsay E. Raphael Cohen has become an associate with Tripp Scott. Cohen will focus her practice on property financing and transaction counsel to buyers, sellers, lenders and developers of residential and commercial real estate. Nathalie F. Scott, formerly of Fowler White Burnett P.A., has become an associate with Akerman Senterfitt in the Ft. Lauderdale office. She will focus her practice on securities litigation and regulatory proceedings. Barbara M. Brown has become associated with O’Connor & Associates, with offices located at 2240 Belleair Road, Suite 160, Clearwater, 33764, telephone (727) 539-6800. She practices in the areas of mortgage foreclosures, commercial and real estate law, estate planning, probate, and civil litigation. Belinda Barndollar Lazzara has become a partner with Meros, Smith & Olney, P.A., located at 757 Arlington Avenue N, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33701, (727) 822-4929. She concentrates in the area of marital and family law. Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, announces the opening of its office in Miami. The office will be headed by David DeMaio and Michael Whelan. Attorneys Mike Davey and Kelly Cartus Hughes have joined the firm. The practice concentrates on labor and employment law. Rumberger, Kirk and Caldwell, P.A., announces the relocation of its Orlando office to downtown Orlando’s Lincoln Plaza. The firm provides litigation and counseling services and various civil practice areas. Michelle Buckalew has become associated with the law firm of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Guedes Cole & Boniske, P.A. She represents municipalities, public officials and individuals, primarily in government related litigation. Jennifer Ford Knopf, Shelli Willis de Roos and Carrie Eisnaugle have become associated with Holland & Knight in the Orlando office. Knopf concentrates in labor and employment law. Eisnaugle and de Roos concentrate in business law. Claude R. Moulton, P.A., announces the relocation of its offices to 2014 N. Laura St., Jacksonville, 32206, telephone (904) 632-0120, and to 5532 N.W. 43 St., Ste. A, Gainesville 32653, telephone (352) 240- 3208. The firm concentrates in the areas of real estate and business law. Fowler White Boggs Banker announces that David L. Bresler has been named office managing shareholder of the firm’s St. Pete. office, Robert J. Stommel has been named office managing shareholder of the firm’s Naples office, and Mitchell I. Horowitz has been named statewide corporate practice group leader. Robert Allen Law, formerly Allen & Galego, announces that Charles Lea Hume, formerly of Baker & McKenzie, has joined the firm as a shareholder and will practice in the areas of commercial and corporate law; John Mischel has become a shareholder and will continue to practice in the areas of tax and corporate law; and Umberto Bonavita, formerly with Weil & Gotchal, has joined the firm as an associate and will practice in the areas of commercial and corporate law. Offices are located at 601 Brickell Key Dr., Suite 805, Miami 33131, telephone (305) 372-3300. Harvey Hyman, previously with Miami-Dade State Attorney, and the Hillsborough County Public Defender, announces the opening of his law firm, Harvey Stuart Hyman, Criminal Trial Attorney. He will concentrate in state criminal cases.last_img read more

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Minister Grange Congratulates Jamaica Commonwealth Games Team

first_imgThe Honourable Olivia Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport has said that she has nothing but praise for the Jamaica Team which came out of the recently concluded Commonwealth Games in Australia with a record 27 medals.“It is the first time that Jamaica is winning this many medals at the Commonwealth Games with a significant number of the medals coming from the field.“We must take notice of how well Jamaica did in the field events which is a mark of the overall progress that we have been making in track and field.“There were more striking firsts: Aisha Praught-Leers history making gold-medal run in the Steeple Chase which was followed by Natalia Goule getting Jamaica’s first medal ever in the Women’s 800m when she took the bronze and the Sunshine Girls beating New Zealand for the first time in an international tournament to win the netball bronze.“And then we must specially acknowledge our athletes who won medals in the same event as did Frederick Dakers and Travis Smikle who won gold and silver in the Discuss; Kimberley Williams and Shaneika Ricketts who won gold and silver in the Triple Jump; Ronald Levy and Hansle Parchment who won gold and silver in the Men’s 100m Hurdles and Christiana Williams and Gayon Evans who won silver and bronze in the Women’s 100m.Congratulations from an appreciative nation to the Jamaica Commonwealth Games Team, including the coaches and other members of the support staff,” Miss Grange concluded.last_img read more

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