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October 15, 2005 On the Move

first_img October 15, 2005 On the Move On the Move Carla Garcia joined TotalBank in Miami as associate counsel. Garcia oversees the commercial real estate closing department and supervises underwriting and post-closing staff. Michelle C. Dunaj was appointed to serve as general counsel for SoLapharm, Inc. Dunaj manages the corporation’s legal affairs and works with SoLapharm’s senior executives in providing legal oversight for the corporation’s pharmaceutical product programs and proprietary technologies. Rebecca Zung-Clough joined Schuttler & Greenberg. She concentrates her practice in the areas of marital and family law. Nancy E. Kemner has opened the Law Offices of Nancy E. Kemner, P.A., located in the Village Square of Fleming Island Plantation, 2245 Plantation Center Drive, Suite 57, Orange Park 32003; phone (904) 278-1178; fax (904) 278-3220. The firm concentrates in the areas of elder law, wills, trusts, estates, probate, guardianship, Medicaid planning, and nursing home law/patients’ rights. Dwight I. “Ike” Cool joined Zimmerman, Kiser & Sutcliffe as a shareholder in its commercial department. Cool practices in the areas of commercial and residential real estate transactions, condominiums, leases, zoning, and land use regulation. Eric M. Borgia joined Henderson Franklin in Ft. Myers as an associate. Borgia focuses his practice in the areas of real estate, including commercial and residential real estate transactions and real estate development title insurance, and commercial leases. Ryon McCabe was named a partner of Ackerman Link & Sartory. McCabe practices in the areas of securities arbitration, business litigation, class actions, and professional liability litigation. Mark Terry announces the formation of Terry & Company located at 747 4th St., Miami Beach 33139; phone (305) 535-9904. The firm concentrates on patents, trademarks, copyrights, and related litigation. Marybeth Bosko joined Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart in Ft. Lauderdale as a shareholder and a member of the firm’s corporate department. Bosko focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, securities law including real estate-related securities matters, corporate finance and capital markets, transactions, corporate compliance, and corporate governance. Matthew A. Slater announces the formation of Slater Legal serving Florida and Massachusetts. Principle office: 275 Grove Street, Suite 2-400, Newton, MA 02446; phone: (888) 529-5352; fax: (617) 608-0210; Web site: www.slaterlegal.com. Truong M. Nguyen, Joel E. Roberts, and Michael A. Sexton have become shareholders of GrayRobinson. Nguyen practices in the area of commercial real estate transactions. Roberts practices in the area of general and commercial litigation focusing on condemnation and probate litigation. Sexton practices in the areas of commercial and securities litigation and arbitration. Nisha G. Desai and Kathryn L. Kasprzak joined Fowler White Boggs Banker in Orlando. Desai is an associate and practices in the area of workers’ compensation. Kasprzak joined as of counsel in the government, environmental, and land department. Additionally, Joelle X. Bertozzi joined the firm in Tampa as an associate in the real estate practice group. Wayne H. Schwartz joined Lee & Amtzis in Boca Raton as of counsel. Marci A. Rubin joined the real estate department of Atkinson, Diner, Stone, Mankuta & Ploucha in Ft. Lauderdale. Michael B. Chavies has joined Akerman Senterfitt in its Miami office. Gary Stephen Genovese joined Fowler White Burnett in Ft. Lauderdale as a shareholder. Genovese concentrates in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury, and insurance defense litigation and trials. Paul Christian Sullivan, R. Pierce Kelley, Jr., and Edward Rosado joined Viles & Beckman. Sullivan joined as of counsel. Kelley concentrates in the areas of personal injury litigation, premises liability, automobile liability, and construction related litigation and coverage disputes. Rosado focuses on personal injury litigation, premises liability, automobile liability, and insurance related litigation. Hector Ralph Rivera joined Fowler White Burnett in Miami as a shareholder. Rivera focuses on complex commercial and personal injury litigation. Joseph Englander joined the Ft. Lauderdale office of Christopher & Weisberg. His practice emphasizes all aspects of patent law, domestic and foreign trademark matters, and domestic copyright matters. Carmen Alpizar Hellman joined Zumpano Patricios & Winker in Coral Gables as an income partner. Hellman focuses her practice on commercial and probate litigation. Michael H. Gora was named partner of Shapiro, Blasi, Wasserman & Gora in Boca Raton. Gora concentrates in the areas of real estate, employment law, general civil litigation, trusts and estate matters, and family law. K. Clayton Bricklemyer joined Bricklemyer, Smolker & Bolves in Tampa as an associate. He concentrates in the area of real estate development, focusing on land acquisition, zoning, and comprehensive planning. Rachael McMorris Crag-Chaderton joined deBeaubien, Knight, Simmons, Mantzaris & Neal as a partner. Sheada Madani joined Johnson, Auvil, Brock & Wilson in Dade City as an associate. Madani focuses in the areas of real estate transactions, property and construction disputes and litigation, commercial transactions, and estate planning. Chad W. Callahan III joined Hill, Ward & Henderson in Tampa as an associate in the estate planning and administration group. Additionally, Mark A. Danzi joined the firm as an associate in the corporate and business group. October 15, 2005 On the Movelast_img read more

Asia’s factory activity plunges as coronavirus shock deepens

first_imgWhile factories in China gradually restarted operations after lengthy shutdowns and a fall in virus cases allowed the country to start relaxing travel restrictions, activity in South Korea shrank at its fastest pace in 11 years as many of its trading partners imposed dramatic measures to curb the virus’ spread.”If you look at the Korean numbers, they’re fairly bad … They’re likely to get worse still because Korea will be dependent on parts from Europe and the United States,” said Rob Carnell, Asia-Pacific chief economist at ING in Singapore.”[Policymakers] have to accept the inevitable that there is a massive global pandemic here, there is an outbreak in almost every country globally and certainly in our region, which is getting to levels that if they don’t take very dramatic action, it’s going to get much worse,” he said.Japan’s factory activity contracted at the fastest pace in about a decade in March, adding to views that the world’s third-largest economy is likely already in recession. A separate “tankan” survey by the Bank of Japan showed on Wednesday that business sentiment soured to a seven-year low in the three months to March, as the outbreak hit sectors from hotels to carmakers.”The tankan clearly shows a sharp deterioration in business sentiment and confirms the economy is already in recession,” said Yasunari Ueno, chief market economist at Mizuho Securities.China’s Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rose to 50.1 last month, from February’s record low of 40.3, and just a notch above the 50-mark that separates growth from contraction.South Korea’s IHS Markit PMI plunged to 44.2, its lowest since January 2009 when the economy was reeling from the global financial crisis. The index was 48.7 in February.Japan’s PMI fell to a seasonally adjusted 44.8 from a reading of 47.8 in February, its lowest since April 2009. The ruling coalition has called on the government to secure a stimulus package worth at least 60 trillion yen ($553 billion), with 20 trillion yen in direct spending.Policymakers across the globe, including in Asia, have announced massive monetary and fiscal stimulus measures to try to mitigate the economic fallout from the pandemic, keep cash-started businesses afloat and save jobs.But many measures have been short-gap steps to deal with the immediate damage to corporate funding and shore up financial systems.The International Monetary Fund has said the pandemic was already driving the global economy into recession, calling on countries to respond with “very massive” spending to avoid bankruptcies and emerging market debt defaults. Factory activity contracted sharply across most of Asia in March as the coronavirus pandemic paralyzed economic activity across the globe, with sharp falls in export power-houses Japan and South Korea overshadowing a modest improvement in China.Manufacturing gauges also tumbled in Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines, Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) surveys showed on Wednesday, underscoring the widening damage brought by the pandemic that has infected more than 700,000 people, upended supply chains and led to city lockdowns worldwide.China’s factory activity improved slightly more than expected in March after plunging a month earlier, a private business survey showed, but growth was marginal, highlighting the intense pressure facing businesses as domestic and export demand slumps.center_img Topics :last_img read more

The 40 tonne axleload will come

first_imgbut track and train need common management’CONSIDER a new heavy haul railway with 40 tonne axleloads and high adhesion locos hauling frequent trains at 120 km/h, and suppose it damages your business. What are you going to say to your business manager?’ This warning from Harry Tournay of Spoornet was issued to nearly 400 engineers and specialists in the heavy haul freight business at the Sixth International Heavy Haul Conference held in Cape Town on April 6-10. Delegates had spent three days deliberating on engineering advances that would allow them to haul more tonnes at lower cost. While the iron ore market has recovered from the slump of the mid-1980s, thanks in part to rising steel demand in China and other booming Asian economies, Ben Alberts of South Africa’s Iron & Steel group ISCOR said that ’the price in real terms is in constant decline’.It was against this background that Spoornet Chief Executive Braam le Roux reminded delegates that the IHHA ’was not a very natural partnership because the customers are international competitors’. How refreshing then, that IHHA members are still willing to share their expertise in the unending search for the ideal wheel-rail interface where wear is controlled to the practical minimum. Much progress has already been made – in the last 10 years, according to the IHHA’s first chairman Dr Bill Harris, rail life has been extended from 600 million to 2 billion gross tonnes. All heavy haul railways stand to benefit from the unique fund of knowledge and research that exists within the IHHA, as do other railways with lower tonnages who experience the same wear problems over longer timescales.Le Roux urged delegates ’to push the limits beyond those which enable sound sleep’. This will require the courage to exploit advanced technologies, which could include automated train health checking, ’smart’ trains with on-board rolling stock monitoring and perhaps crewless operation, optic fibre rail integrity checking, and ground penetrating radar to ensure the subgrade is in good fettle. Perhaps the biggest challenge is to go beyond the 38 tonne axleload limit already being contemplated by BHP in Australia’s Pilbara, with 40 tonnes and beyond forming the quantum leap that Tournay saw as missing in topics up for debate at the conference.In contemplating the advance beyond current axleload limits, Harris warned that it was ’imperative to treat the railway as a system’ and cited the cost in terms of track wear in North America in the 1970s after many railroads introduced so-called 100 ton cars (loaded weight 119·3 tonnes) – ’it wasn’t long before the subgrade let us know that it wasn’t very happy’. Outgoing IHHA Chairman John Reoch considered separation of operations from infrastructure to be ’fundamentally flawed’, a view supported by Roy Allen, Vice President, Research & Test, at the AAR who pointed to rail grinding that had contributed to a spate of derailments affecting double-stack trains.It will be instructive to see how aspiring IHHA members in Sweden (operator MTAB and infrastructure authority Banverket) handle the planned upgrade to 30 tonne axleloads on the Luleå – Kiruna – Narvik line; the price of getting it wrong could be high. To find out what transpires, rendez-vous in Russia in 1999 for the IHHA’s next specialist technical session on the wheel-rail interface. olast_img read more

McHenry, 27, Wellington is charged with eluding law enforcement and 3 other misdemeanors

first_imgZane McHenryby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Zane McHenry, 27, of Wellington has been charged with eluding law enforcement, a felony; driving while suspended, a misdemeanor; possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor after a car chase in Wellington that occurred in March.According to a Sumner County Court Docket complaint, McHenry was driving a 2005 Ford Mustang on Saturday morning, March 23, around 1:30 a.m. on the 600 block of North F.As the Wellington Police officers arrived, they noticed a blue mustang departing the area at a high rate of speed. The officers pursued the vehicle west of 12th Street, where it failed to negotiate the intersection at Poplar Street, striking the westside curbing.WPD officers observed the adult male exiting the vehicle and running from the road.Officers later learned that this vehicle and tag was stolen out of Wichita.Later in the morning, McHenry was located and taken into custody without incident. He was booked into the Sumner County jail and bond was set at $10,000. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (4) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +8 Vote up Vote down Sheepdog · 384 weeks ago And he’s already back on the streets. You’d think they woulda set the bond higher than than, considering that he just got released from prison a few months ago. *facepalm* Report Reply 0 replies · active 384 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down LittleOne · 384 weeks ago I love it when all these get put in the paper. Maybe someday people will realize there is a law. A ticket is ok. But all this other crap needs to go. I would be a shamed of myself. Report Reply 0 replies · active 384 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down momma2mykids · 384 weeks ago Yeh he needs to stay in prison at least 10 yrs…his drug problems have been ongoing for years…I think we need to get all the little druggies in Wellington and lock them up together for at least 5 yrs …but they keep getting released and never pay the price for the crime.just keep selling and then our kids that were good get into the same crap…..hummm whats that tell ya… Report Reply 1 reply · active 384 weeks ago -3 Vote up Vote down ComeOnNow · 384 weeks ago Teach your kids right from wrong and they wont get into that same crap…. Report Reply Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more