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first_imgJuly 1, 2012 News and Notes July 1, 2012 News & Notes News and Notes Steven D. Manno of Andrews & Manno in Tampa spoke on “Proving De Facto Clinic Ownership in Court” at the Medical Claims Defense Network seminar in Orlando. Julianne Holt, the 13th Circuit public defender, was honored at the Florida Division on Career Development and Transition Luncheon in Tampa for “Making a Difference” in supporting the successful transition of persons with disabilities from school to post-school. Dawn Siler-Nixon of Ford & Harrison in Tampa won the George Edgecomb Bar Association’s Delano S. Stewart Diversity Award. Stephen G. Charpentier of Charpentier Law Firm in Melbourne received the Most Outstanding Bar President Award from the Florida Council of Bar Association Presidents for his service as president of the Brevard County Bar Association in 2005-06. John K. Vreeland of GrayRobinson in Lakeland was honored by the University of Florida Foundation’s Board of Directors with the Annual Volunteer Award, along with his wife Weezie Vreeland, for their service to the University of Florida and the University of Florida Foundation. Mary Alice Jackson of Boyer & Jackson in Sarasota was named as one of the 2012 Fellows of the. Mark Eiglarsh of Miami presented to the Paralegal Association of Florida First Coast Chapter in Jacksonville, “How Can You Defend Those Guilty People?” Brad Edwards of Farmer, Jaffe, Weissing, Edwards, Fistos & Lehrman presented “Maximizing Recovery for Sexual Abuse Victims” as part of SeminarWeb Live!-FJA Webinar and “Enforcing Victims’ Rights” to the Coalition for Independent Living, Inc., in West Palm Beach. Adi Rappoport of Gunster in West Palm Beach has joined the board of directors of the Jewish Community Center of the Greater Palm Beaches. Ronald A. Luzim of the Law Offices of Ronald A. Luzim in Coral Springs was awarded the Veteran Business Leader of the Year by the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce. Jason Totoiu of the Everglades Law Center presented “Perspectives of the Environmental Community” at the “Endangered Species Act for U.S. Forest Service Line Officers, Biologists, and Agency Specialists” continuing education program sponsored by Lewis & Clark Law School. Mitchell Panter of Panter, Panter & Sampedro in Miami became certified as a civil pretrial practice advocate by the National Board of Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy. Sheada Madani of Johnson, Auvil, Brock & Pratico in Dade City was appointed vice chair of Pasco Regional Medical Center’s Board of Trustees. Laurie H. Anton of Law Offices of Laurie Hannan-Anton in Cape Coral interviewed Jared Namm, senior legal counsel for Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc., at the ABA’s Forum on Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Forever: A New York to Hollywood to South Beach Exclusive Event in Miami Beach. Nelson David Diaz of Becker & Poliakoff in Miami has become president of Kristi House, the non-profit child sexual abuse agency serving as the Children’s Advocacy Center for Miami-Dade County. W. Jay Hunston, Jr., of W. Jay Hunston, Jr., P.A., in Stuart, has been certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as an appellate mediator. Kim Sands and Bob Cole of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group in Daytona Beach gave a presentation on the recent amendments to Rule 1.720 (b) regarding appearance at mediation to meeting attendees of the Jacksonville Association of Defense Counsel. Miriam Wilkinson of Mathis & Murphy in Tallahassee has joined the editorial board of the Gaming Law Review and Economics, the official legal publication of International Masters of Gaming Law. Cynthia G. Schmidt, a Boone High School Law Magnet instructor and member of the Orange County Bar Association Foundation Board of Directors, received the OCBA’s Liberty Bell Award. Dale Recinella, a Catholic correctional chaplain handling cell-front and deathwatch ministry on Florida’s Death Row, addressed the annual meeting of the faith-based New Hampshire Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty with the keynote address: “Battling the Erroneous Use of Scripture to Support U.S. Executions.” Adam Rabin of McCabe Rabin in West Palm Beach chaired the Bench & Bar Conference for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Maria D. Garcia of Zumpano Patricios & Winker in Coral Gables was elected to the board of directors for the Florida International University Alumni Association. Dustin D.P. Delany of Delany Finisterre, St. Michael, Barbados, West Indies, has been appointed to serve as the representative of the Barbados Bar on the joint legal drafting committee of the Barbados Bar, the Barbados International Business Association, and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados in the drafting of the new limited liability partnership and mutual funds legislation. Susan Healy of Naples discussed Florida’s judicial merit retention elections at the Democratic Club of Bonita Springs and South Lee County. Richard F. Woodford, Jr., of Alexandria, VA, presented a seminar, “Detecting Fraudulent Documents” for the State of Delaware Office of Auditor of Accounts in Dover, DE. Stephen R. Looney of Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano & Bozarth in Orlando has been elected to serve as a member of the board of trustees of the Southern Federal Tax Institute. Robert C. Josefsberg of Podhurst Orseck in Miami has been inducted into the National Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame. Marissa J. Pullano of Brinkley Morgan in Ft. Lauderdale has been elected president-elect of the Young Lawyers Section of the Broward County Bar Association. Andrew R. Comiter of Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun in Palm Beach Gardens was recognized by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County with its Robert S. and Ceil N. Levy Young Leadership Award. Sandra Upchurch of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group in Daytona Beach gave a presentation on “Mediation Advocacy” to members of the Volusia Flagler Women Lawyers Association. Michael Brundage of Phelps Dunbar in Tampa was named to the Florida Holocaust Museum’s Board of Directors. Lawrence M. Watson, Jr., of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group in Daytona Beach discussed construction defect mediations and the impact of the foreclosure crisis on settling those cases at the National Association of Home Builders Annual Conference in Orlando. He also discussed “The Amendment to Rule 1.720 — What the Civil Trial Attorney and Circuit Civil Mediator Need to Know,” at the Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators and the Florida Academy of Professional Mediators program in Ft. Lauderdale. Melanie Ann Hines of Berger Singerman in Tallahassee has been named a “Leader in Law” by the Florida Association for Women Lawyers. Patricia A. Leonard of Greenberg Traurig in West Palm Beach spoke on “Avoiding Pitfalls with Employees, Human Resources, Payroll, and Payroll Services” at The Medical Entrepreneur Symposium in Delray Beach. Nicole L. Goetz of Nicole L. Goetz, P.L., in Naples wrote a chapter titled “The Changing Landscape of Florida Family Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution’s Role in Florida’s Family Law System” for Inside the Minds: Strategies for Family Law in Florida, 2012. Dennis Olle of Carlton Fields in Miami received the Tropical Audubon Society’s Charles M. Brookfield Medal for “outstanding service in the protection of our natural resources.” John Upchurch of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group in Daytona Beach, participated on a panel addressing mediation and its application in commercial disputes at a Warsaw University Conference titled “Mediation and Arbitration: Similarities and Differences.” Judge Steven Wallace of Utah’s Sixth District had his article on how to deal with judicial stress published in the Spring 2012 Aequitas, a Utah Justice Court Judges quarterly, and the Utah Bar Journal, May/June 2012. Rodney A. Max of Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group in Daytona Beach had his article “Breaking Impasse — The Unique Mediation Opportunity” published in the March 2012 issue of the Professional Mediation Institute newsletter. Ryan Kosobucki of Hackley & Robertson in Ft. Lauderdale has joined the National Board of Publications committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Ivan J. Reich of GrayRobinson in Ft. Lauderdale has become president of the Commercial Law League of America. Chester H. Greenspan of TaxLand, Inc., in Jericho, New York, has been named president-elect of The Nassau Lawyers’ Association of Long Island, Inc. David Walker of Stuart was honored with the Agricultural Labor Program’s Robert J. Bryant, Jr., Award for his work with the nonprofit that strives to improve the quality of life for Florida farm workers and low-income families. M.B. Adelson of Tallahassee received the LL.M. degree in environmental law and policy from the Florida State University College of Law. Adelson’s dissertation subject was a study of “Riparian Rights and Access Easement Limitations.” Charlotte H. Danciu of Charlotte H. Danciu, P.A., in Delray Beach has been appointed to the Florida Commission on the Status of Women. Alissa McKee Ellison of GrayRobinson in Tampa graduated from the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce’s leadership development program. Aaron J. Gorovitz of Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed in Orlando has become chair-elect of the Central Florida Partnership, a nonprofit comprised of business and civic leaders committed to procuring a better tomorrow for Central Florida’s seven counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, and Volusia.last_img read more

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first_imgThe influence of technological developments on offending – such as sharing photos and videos on social media, and online grooming – have been factored into new sentencing proposals for young offenders.A consultation published today by the Sentencing Council proposes guidelines in two parts: the overall approach courts should take when sentencing young offenders aged between 10 and 17, and draft sentencing guidelines covering robbery and sexual offences.The council’s ‘overarching principles’ update existing guidance, reflecting developments such as a new guideline on how cases should be allocated to the Crown or magistrates’ court.Setting out a ‘non-exhaustive’ list of ‘aggravating’ factors in sexual offences cases, the council says it is aware that the recording and sharing of photos and video footage have ’become increasingly common’.It says: ‘This sort of behaviour is often used to embarrass or humiliate the victim, and in some cases may be used as some form of blackmail. The council therefore considers this to be a serious aggravating feature.’As a result, its sexual offences guideline lists ‘deliberate humiliation of victim, including but not limited to filming of the offence, deliberately committing the offence before a group of peers with the intent of causing additional distress or circulating details/photos/videos etc of the offence on social media or within peer groups’ as an aggravating and mitigating factor.‘All aspects’ of grooming, including online, would also be aggravating factors.The proposed robbery guideline includes ‘economic, personal or sentimental’ high-value goods or sums targeted and obtained as an aggravating factor.Sentencing Council chair Lord Justice Treacy said: ‘We want to ensure that young people who have committed offences are sentenced fairly and proportionately, with the primary aim of stopping them reoffending.’The consultation closes on 3 August.last_img read more

first_imgFinnish radio test and certification house, Verkotan Oy, has announced the expansion of its service offering while also providing FR1 Active Antenna Testing Service according to 3GPP TS38.141-2 – “6.2 radiated transmit power” and “7.2 OTA sensitivity” for base stations and ancillary equipment – starting from 2020. Verkotan is one of the first commercial laboratories to provide this kind of high-quality accredited test service for 5G NR OTA testing certification in Finland.Verkotan Oy is a testing laboratory No. T287 accredited by FINAS Finnish Accreditation Service, accreditation requirement SFS-EN ISO/IEC 17025. It has developed two independent test methods for 5G and massive MIMO active antenna testing. These two methods enable it to run in-house active antenna reference measurements, to make fast and efficient comparisons between the two different methods and to benchmark reference results of different vendors in the same laboratory.By providing this service, Verkotan can support antenna manufactures in their product development and in acquiring required type approvals. The company also supports teleoperators by providing benchmark reference results in their accredited test chambers.Verkotan’s test capacity consists of three OTA test chambers equipped for 5G gNodeB testing and the chambers can be utilized up to three shifts. In addition to active gNodeB radiated performance quality analysis, the company also measures 3D antenna patterns and evaluates all antenna characteristics quickly and reliably.The two independent test methods used to provide this service are Verkotan’s novel active near field to far-field (NF to FF) antenna test service and Plane Wave Synthesis Active Antenna Test Service. Verkotan has integrated Rohde & Schwarz’s PWC200 into their existing test laboratory and are using their own OTA software to control the new setup. PWC has been specially developed for 5G massive MIMO base station testing for both production and R&D purposes. Verkotan is the first independent test house to choose this technology to test 5G NR FR1 base stations over-the-air (OTA).Click here to know more about Verkotan’s Active Antenna Testing Service.last_img read more

first_imgAn aide to President J.E.A. Mills, Nii Lantey Vanderpuije, is appealing to the media to exercise circumspection in its reportage of Chelsea midfield ace Michael Essien and his strained relationship with his father.According to Nii Lantey, the media should sometimes weigh the social consequences of their reports in order not to compound existing problems.He was speaking on Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana programme Monday when he noted that recent reports on Essien’s alleged neglect of his father could further aggravate the already damaged relationship between the two.Michael Essien denied the allegations in a statement last week, threatening legal action against media houses that insisted on tarnishing his image.Nii Lantey was reacting to statements by, Sports Minister Ekua Sena Dansua, who was urging the media to cease publishing such stories about the Black Stars player since it could affect his performance and that of the Ghanaian team in the up-coming World Cup.Nii Lantey advised Essien’s father to stop granting interviews to the media and seek help from family elders who through dialogue, could resolve whatever problem he has with his son. He also urged parents, especially fathers, to look after their children and for mothers, to stop brainwashing their children when there are disagreements in the family.By: Dorcas Efe Mensah/myjoyonline.com/Ghanalast_img read more

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