T he Florida Supreme Court recently issued six orders permanently prohibiting nine persons and/or corporations from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, and issued three orders finding four persons and/or corporations guilty of indirect criminal contempt.The following entities are prohibited from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law: Robert Kolodner, Tampa, found guilty of indirect criminal contempt, following an April 11, 2002, court order. Kolodner is further placed on probation for one year. He also received a five month and 29 day suspended jail sentence pending successful probation. Kolodner, individually and as president of Jacobs & Matthews, Inc., and Solomon & Forbes, Inc., entered a guilty plea of indirect criminal contempt of a Feb. 4, 1999, court order prohibiting him from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law. Kolodner held himself out as an attorney on several occasions. He negotiated, or offered to negotiate, settlements in legal actions and gave legal advice. (Case no. SC01-2018) Jennifer Horn, Largo, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following an April 4, 2002, court order. Horn acted as the legal representative for two individuals attempting to obtain a refund of monies. Horn prepared an agreement drafted on the letterhead of Jennifer Rene Horn, Esquire, and signed it as “Jennifer Horn, Esquire, Attorney at Law.” She also sent and signed a “Final Notice Before Legal Action” which was typed on the letterhead of Largo Legal Services. (Case no. SC01-1320) Janelle Services, Inc. d/b/a American Heritage Estate Services, and Bruce Hearon, Venice, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following a March 28, 2002, court order. Hearon, individually and as president of Janelle Services, Inc. d/b/a American Heritage Estate Services, was engaged in Florida in the business of the sale, assembly, drafting, execution, and funding of estate planning documents including living trusts, wills, durable powers of attorney, and other related documents to residents of Florida. (Case no. SC01-250) Robert E. Hughes, Sr., Clearwater, found guilty of indirect criminal contempt for engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following a July 11, 2002, court opinion. He also received a 90-day suspended jail sentence contingent upon his full compliance with a previous injunction. Hughes violated a 1997 injunction enjoining him from counseling, advising, and preparing documents for individuals in the creation and transfer of land trusts. He advised others about land trusts and drafted land trust forms that he used to create or transfer land trusts. (Case no. SC01-617) Mark Romero, Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following a July 3, 2002, court order. Romero held himself out as an attorney. (Case no. SC02-1393) Michael Levine, North Miami Beach, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following a September 5, 2002, court order. Levine represented an individual in a criminal matter. (Case no. SC02-1588) Roberto Martinez and Omar Cordero, Miami, found guilty of indirect criminal contempt, following a July 11, 2002, court order. Martinez and Cordero are further placed on probation for one year. They also received five month and 29 day suspended jail sentences pending successful completion of their probation. On March 20, 2002, Martinez and Cordero pleaded guilty to violating an injunction entered by the Supreme Court of Florida on November 12, 1999. They held themselves out as being attorneys, prepared immigration papers for others, answered legal questions, allowed members of the public to rely on them to properly prepare legal forms or documents, failed to post a sign in their office stating that they were not attorneys, failed to provide their employees with a copy of the 1999 stipulation they entered into, and failed to pay the costs assessed against them in the previous case. (Case no. SC01-2389) Enrique Santiago, Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following a July 11, 2002, court order. Santiago engaged in the unlicensed practice of law by holding himself out as an attorney and by giving legal advice in immigration matters. (Case no. SC02-184) Darryl Mizer, individually and d/b/a Darryl Mizer & Associates, Sarasota, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following an August 22, 2002, court order. Mizer provided legal assistance to individuals who were defendants in foreclosure lawsuits. (Case no. SC02-246) Court orders are not final until time expires to file a rehearing motion and, if filed, determined. The filing of such a motion does not alter the effective date of the discipline. March 1, 2003 Regular News UPL Actions
MOUNTAIN AND ELECTRIC BICYCLES FROM NOW ON OFFER IN PAPUK NATURE PARK THE GEO INFO CENTER IN VOĆIN IS OPENING WITHIN PP PAPUK Papuk is proud of its unusual natural beauty, which stands alongside the most beautiful areas in Croatia, as evidenced by the title of the first UNESCO geopark in Croatia. This is a year of great ascent for Papuk Nature Park and most importantly, the success of PP Papuk is reflected in all places that gravitate and touch the nature park. Slowly, but surely, the tourist economy is starting to move more and more, which is the most difficult step. Thus, on booking portals day by day you can see more and more offers of phenomenal villas and houses with swimming pools, which few would expect in this area. Along with Požega and Kutjevo, as well as many other cities bordering the Papuk Nature Park, we have an excellent rounded tourist content, which is located in Slavonia, among others. Already at the very beginning of 2019, she announced that this will be a year to remember in the Papuk Nature Park. Many years of systematic investment in the tourist infrastructure of the Papuk Nature Park is finally paying off through a significant increase in the number of visitors. Thus, the first 8 months of 2019 are more successful than the entire previous year. RELATED NEWS: THE GEO INFO CENTER IN VOĆIN IS OPENING WITHIN PP PAPUK As part of the project “Geopriče UNESCO geopark”, a Geo Info Center is being opened in Voćin, an investment worth about 40 million kuna, which covers over 800 square meters. The Geo Info Center, conceived as a starting point for introducing visitors to the characteristics of the Papuk Geopark and the nature protection system in general in the Republic of Croatia, essentially modernizes the geological, biological and cultural heritage of Papuk. More attached. But the excellent news was provided by Camp Dubište, which records an increase in the number of arrivals from even 86% compared to the same period in 2018, and the number of overnight stays increased by 80% compared to the previous year. Otherwise Camp resting place Duboka it opened last year, and this data proves to be a great move and content that Papuk chronically lacked. “Although the data on the increase in the number of visitors is really fascinating, we must emphasize that no success, not even this one of the Papuk Nature Park, happens overnight. This is the result of many years of systematic investment in the tourist infrastructure of the Nature Park, cooperation with the local community and finally the belief that even the smallest personal contribution can do a lot to make Papuk an unavoidable tourist destination on the map of this part of Europe. I would like to point out and thank the tourist boards of both counties from the area of the Nature Park who do not miss the opportunity to tirelessly promote our Park wherever the opportunity arises.Said Alen Jurenac, director of the Public Institution Papuk Nature Park. PP PAPUK INTRODUCES HOT AIR BALLOON FLIGHT IN ITS TOURIST OFFER Jankovac Forest Park never ceases to intrigue visitors, so it was visited by them until August this year 28 367, what is 44% more compared to the same period in 2018 when there were 19 649. Namely, it is about the number of individual tickets, and if the statistics include educational programs that the Papuk Nature Park has been implementing for many years, last year in August there were a total of about 25.000 visitors, while this year it is about 31.500 visitors.
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