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first_img May 1, 2014 News & Notes News and Notes Kevin Packman of Holland & Knight in Miami was elected a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Jonathan M. Perry of Greenberg Traurig in Orlando was named the United Negro College Fund, Inc., Champion of Education during the 12th Annual Mayor’s Luncheon Celebrating Black History Month. Twyla Sketchley of Tallahassee had her law review article “Filial Responsibility: Breaking the Backbone of Today’s Modern Long Term Care System” published in the St. Thomas Law Review, 26 St. Thomas L. Rev. 131 (2013). S. William Fuller, Jr., of Fuller, Mitchell, Hood & Stephens in Tallahassee was inducted as a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Jonathan Kroner of Jonathan Kroner Law Office in Miami, co-authored “The False Claims Act: Protecting Your Client When Amending a Sealed Complaint,”  Business Torts Litigation (ABA Litigation), Winter 2014, Vol. 21 No. 2, along with Erin Campbell, Jennifer McIntosh, and Shankar Ramamurthy.  John F. Lauro of the Lauro Law Firm in Tampa was inducted as a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Elizabeth M. Edwards of the Law Offices of Barry I. Finkel in Ft. Lauderdale received her certification as a Florida Supreme Court family law mediator.   Katherine Fernandez Rundle, 11th Circuit state attorney, was honored by The American Society for Public Administration South Florida Chapter at its 11th Annual Women’s History Month Reception. Theodore Leopold and Leslie Kroeger of Cohen Milstein in Palm Beach Gardens spoke at the Florida Justice Association’s Workhorse Seminar in Orlando. Leopold spoke on “Cross-examination of Design and Manufacturing Defect Experts in Vehicular Product Liability Cases.” Kroeger spoke on “Defeating Defense Daubert Motions.” Jeniffer Viscarra of Nautilus Legal Services in Miami was appointed to the City Advisory Committee for the City of Sunny Isles Beach. Liz Herman of Rosenbaum Mollengarden in West Palm Beach was interviewed by local Channel 20 about her work promoting adult civics education as chair of Palm Beach County’s Law Related Education Committee. David Pratt of Proskauer in Boca Raton was appointed to the advisory board of the Lymphoma Foundation. Rebecca Rhoden of Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed in Orlando was appointed to the board of trustees for the North and Central Florida Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Steve Jaffe and Peter Mougey of Jaffe, Weissing, Edwards, Fistos & Lehrman in Ft. Lauderdale presented “Consumer Class/Antitrust: A Relationship Driven Practice — Consume Class Action & Antitrust Cases in the New Litigation Environment” at the Florida Justice Association’s Workhorse Seminar in Orlando. Lou Frey, Jr., of Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed in Orlando was inducted into the National Center for Simulation Modeling and Simulation Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the Orange County Convention Center. Brian Wagner of Mateer & Harbert in Orlando participated in a mock trial presentation in London in the historic Lloyds Library in the heart of London’s financial district. Clark A.D. Wilson of Gardner Groff Greenwald & Villanueva in Atlanta conducted a webinar called “Venture Capital and Patent Law: Practical Strategies for Patenting and Innovation” for the Biomedical Engineering Society. Kristin Bianculli of Kelley/Uustal in Ft. Lauderdale presented “Preparing the Expert Witness for Deposition” at a Pincus Professional Education Seminar in Miami. A. Michelle Jernigan of Upchurch Watson White & Max in Maitland and Bruce Blitman of Ft. Lauderdale had their article, “Ten Cornerstones of Effective Mediation Advocacy” published in two parts by Claims magazine and the e-newsletter for the Standing Conference of Mediation Advocates. Michael Hersh of Kelley/Uustal in Ft. Lauderdale spoke to students at Hollywood Hills High School who have been nominated for the Silver Knight Award. Laird A. Lile of Naples gave an update on Florida’s 2014 legislative session to attorneys and CPAs at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s “Probate and Pumpernickel” luncheon in Naples. Thomas M. Messana of Messana, P.A., was awarded a certificate of appreciation by the 11th Judicial Circuit, Civil Division, for presenting a Continuing Judicial Education Lunch and Learn: “Receiverships – Key Considerations for the Judiciary.” Jerome L. Wolf of Duane Morris in Boca Raton was elected a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. David Steinfeld of Palm Beach Gardens spoke at the Treasure Coast Chapter of the Florida Paralegal Association on social media and its applications in litigation. Bram A. Maravent of Goren, Cherof, Doody & Ezrol in Ft. Lauderdale presented “The Viability of the NCAA and Consideration of Modern Governance” at the 27th Annual Sports and Recreation Law Association Conference. Grasford W. Smith of Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs in West Palm Beach joined the advisory board of Ali’s Alliance (The Alison Arnesen Cowan Cancer Resource & Support List). Carlos A. Kelly of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt in Ft. Myers was elected vice president of the Southwest Florida Museum of History Foundation Board. Babette Bach of Bach & Jacobs in Sarasota presented “The New Medicaid and VA Benefits 2014” at the 2014 Stroke Conference at Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Sarasota. Heidi Davis Knapik of Gunster in Ft. Lauderdale joined the board of directors for the South Florida chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. Alexa Sherr Hartley of Premier Leadership Coaching held a webinar geared toward helping FAWL members develop business practices that result in accelerated corporate success, improved financial profitability, and productivity.   Joel S. Fass of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky, Abate & Webb in Ft. Lauderdale was installed as president of the B’nai B’rith Justice Unit #5207. Ronald H. Kauffman of Miami spoke at the Family Court Services Lunch & Learn series on “Relocations: Tough Choices, Can Children Win?” Alexander I. Tachmes of Shutts & Bowen in Miami made a pledge to become a “founder” of Mount Sinai Medical Center. Heather MacDougall, of counsel with Akerman, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as commissioner of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission. Brian J. Fender of GrayRobinson in Tampa spoke on “The Basics of Bond Financing” at the Florida Association of Counties’ County Commissioner certification course on financial management in Tallahassee. Julie Sneed of Akerman in Tampa received the George C. Carr Memorial Award, the highest award by the Tampa Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Javier Vazquez of Berger Singerman in Miami was appointed to the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority. Jeffrey Michael Cohen of Carlton Fields Jorden Burt in Miami spoke on “Success in Insurance Coverage Mediation: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” at the ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Seminar in Tucson. Mildred Gomez of Bilzin Sumberg in Miami spoke about “Estate Planning for the Divorcing Client” at the Dade County Bar Association Family Court Committee meeting. Ted Hamilton of Wetherington Hamilton in Tampa was the keynote speaker at the National Association of Credit Managers Spring Meeting on the topic of “Financial Statement Analysis.” Lisa Barclay of Sniffen & Spellman in Tallahassee presented “Mastering the Deposition: A Critical Skills Program” for Pincus Professional Education in Miami. Randolph J. Rush of Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman in Orlando served as a faculty member of the University of Shopping Centers, an educational program organized by the International Council of Shopping Centers at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Tracy de Lemos of Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman in Winter Park was appointed to the board of trustees of the Winter Park Library. Thomas Newcomb Hyde of Tampa spoke to the Christian Legal Society at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport on “Legal Ethics: The Conscience of Our Profession.” Mitchell W. Goldberg of Gutter Chaves Josepher Rubin Forman Fleisher Miller in Boca Raton presented “Income Tax Consequences of Inheriting an IRA” to the South Dade Chapter of the FICPA. Robert J. Becerra of Devine Goodman Rasco Watts-FitzGerald & Wells in Miami presented “Criminal Enforcement in the Seafood Industry and the Park Doctrine” at the Seafood Expo North America in Boston. Lisa D. Taylor of Inglesino, Wyciskala & Taylor in Parsippany, N.J., moderated a program titled “PODs —What Next? The Impact of the OIG’s Special Fraud Alert” at the ABA Health Law Section’s 15th Annual Emerging Issues in Heathcare Law conference in Phoenix. Gabriel F. Zambrano of Farmer, Jaffe, Weissing, Edwards, Fistos & Lehrman in Ft. Lauderdale co-chaired the American Association for Justice’s Florida Regional Student Trial Advocacy Competition. May 1, 2014 News and Noteslast_img read more


first_imgFormer British number one Andy Murray is uncertain about his participation at the upcoming Wimbledon Open.SW19 starts on Monday, July 2, with warm-up tournament scheduled to begin at Eastbourne next week.According to the two-time Wimbledon Open winner, he could feature at Eastbourne and skip next month’s Grand Slam tournament in London.When asked about SW19 after his round of 16 defeat to Krygios at Queens, the Scot said: “I need to wait and see what happens.”“I don’t know exactly what’s best for me just now.” He stated further.On his upcoming plans, the Scot said: “I won’t rule anything out just now.”“I wouldn’t rule out playing Eastbourne and not playing Wimbledon.“I wouldn’t rule out playing a tournament next and trying to get matches in an exhibition tournament as well to get ready for Wimbledon.“If I wake up on Wednesday morning and I really don’t feel good then that’s obviously not a great sign.”Murray, who’s ranked 156th, was beaten in three sets by Australian Nick Kyrgios.The world number 21 saw off 2-6 7-6 (7-4) 7-5 for his first win over the three-time Grand Slam champion in six meetings.On his performance, Murray said: “I thought I did OK.”“I thought my level at times was good, sometimes not so good.“I’m happy I got out there and competed and performed respectably.” He concluded.Krygios praised Murray’s performance despite ending up on the losing end before saying that he’s fit enough to be a part of next month’s Wimbledon Open.He said: “If he is feeling good then I don’t see any reason why not.”“There is only a handful of guys who can really play on grass. He’s got a good chance.” He added.Relatedlast_img read more