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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

Sunday’s ‘Meet the Press’ showed one of the many reasons Republicans need to lose Georgia runoffs

first_imgThat tells you what to expect if they hold the Senate on Jan. 5: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will keep upholding the basic values Trump has brought to the table. McConnell will obstruct and blockade and prevent President Biden from getting anything done for the nation. Republicans will hurt the public in order to hurt Democratic election chances going forward, just as they are right this instant hurting the public by not challenging Trump to accept his defeat and begin the transition process. Republicans will do anything to win. But Democrats have to find a way to beat them. Republicans have spent the past four years doing Trump’s bidding, whether because they liked what they got from him enough to overlook what they didn’t like, or because secretly even those of them who sometimes pretend disapproval at his worst abuses are in their heart of hearts on board with every bit of Trump’s Trumpiness.And now, with national security and pandemic response on the line in a presidential transition, they’re still unwilling to challenge him. Be it simple fear, be it agreement with his efforts to overturn the results of the election, be it those two Georgia Senate seats, Republicans are not willing to do the right thing.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more