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
Brisbane Lions player Daniel Merrett and his wife Sarah at their Hawthorne home which they have just listed for sale.Former Brisbane Lions player Daniel Merrett and his wife Sarah are selling their 18 Dover St digs at Hawthorne.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom property is set across two levels on an elevated 405sq m block.18 Dover St, Hawthorne.After living at the property for just over two years, the pair made the decision to downsize and move to the north side of town due to work commitments.“Hawthorne has been such a wonderful suburb to live during Daniel’s late football days with quick access to the city, the Gabba and the airport. However now that Daniel’s work is in Red Hill and Yeronga, there isn’t as great a need to be in Hawthorne anymore,” Sarah said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago18 Dover St, Hawthorne.Footy stars kicking property goals…Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:13Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:13 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenBraith & Jodi Anasta Episode 102:13 Related videos 02:13Braith & Jodi Anasta Episode 100:38Socceroos star sells Lower Plenty dream home02:33AFL players kicking property goals01:27Crazy about soccer? Check out this collection02:15The ultimate Sydney Swans fan02:37Jimmy & Nadia Bartel Episode 1The couple said they were lucky to purchase the home brand new.“We were the first people to live in it and everything was done when we arrived, even the landscaped gardens. Due to this, it has been such a low maintenance home to live in,” Sarah said.She said they had many memories living at the property which featured a sunlit balcony to entertain friends and a secluded deck with a wet bar concealed by automated shutters.“Our daughter (Matilda) has spent most of her life so far in this home reaching a range of early childhood milestones, as well as birthday parties, socialising with friends and family, barbecues, having one of the young footy players live with us for a year (Josh Schache) and enjoying all that this beautiful suburb has to offer,” Sarah said.18 Dover St, Hawthorne.Sarah said one of her favourite parts of the home was the backyard as she could sit on the back deck and watch Matilda play on the lawn.The property, being marketed by Paul Shelton of McGrath Bulimba — Balmoral, is going to auction on June 24 at 9am.
Anthropological testing in the FF BH Training Centre today completed the preparations of the U-18 national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina, players born in 2003.“We finished the first camp where we had all the invited players at our disposal. We did five training sessions, as well as anthropological tests that we do in cooperation with the Sarajevo Faculty of Sports and Physical Education. The boys worked well and everything went without injuries”, says the head coach Slaven Musa.This expert also commented on the working conditions at the first gathering after three months:“As far as health and epidemiological instructions are concerned, in the Training Centre we had all the necessary conditions to implement everything that was required of us, from keeping our distance, the distance between the tables in the dining room, etc. The players stayed in individual rooms, and in the double rooms there were players coming from the same clubs. We filled out all the epidemiological questionnaires, we measured the body temperature of the players and members of the technical staff on a daily basis. We complied with everything prescribed by the epidemiologist and adhered to all measures. It didn’t affect our training sessions, so we did everything we planned.”Musa also spoke about today’s tests:“We will get the results of anthropological tests later and we will compare them with the measurements we did at the winter camps. We perform these tests according to European and world standards where agility, speed and endurance are measured. According to the results from January, our players are in a very good anthropological condition. We will see what the results will be now. The break will probably be felt a bit, especially in terms of endurance, but at first glance it seems that the boys are still in good condition and the results could be better than we expected.”Tomorrow, the national team players born in 2002 will gather in Zenica.“As far as training sessions and work intensity are concerned, we will stick to a similar program at the next gathering. On the first day, we will do one introductory training session, the other two days there will be two trainings, and we will finish the preparations with tests like these. We will take all the same measures as now and I believe that everything will go well”, says Slaven Musa.Dženit Hajdarević, who leads the list of scorers in the Premier Youth U-17 League of Bosnia and Herzegovina with 21 goals, also received an invitation to this camp.“Given that we had a long break of two months, we can say that these preparations were a little harder than usual. However, everything went well and I think we all worked very well. I’m slowly getting back to the shape I was in before. During the break, I worked a lot alone at the stadium which is near my apartment. I also hired a private coach in order to stay in the best possible shape, but group trainings in these few days in Zenica were welcome”, says Hajdarević.Boro Erić, a national team player, also commented on the preparations:“This gathering serves us well after a long break. Most of the players worked only individually, all of us didn’t have the opportunity to do the team trainings. We all tried hard during the break, but we still missed the group training sessions. In addition, we will now have a clearer picture of what shape we are in after everything that has happened lately. I can be satisfied with my current condition, because I did today’s tests well.”The U-18 national team players left the Training Camp today, and the U-19 players will gather tomorrow.