first_imgThe Florida Bar Military Affairs Committee is in the process of updating the Operation Stand-Directory. The Directory is printed on a biennial basis. The Directory is a resource for military and Department of Defense lawyers stationed in Florida seeking the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of volunteer Florida Bar members who are also members of the military who have volunteered to respond to their military counterparts concerning issues pertaining to Florida Law. < p>The Operation Stand-Program is limited to advice on subjects which fall within the scope of legal assistance. If the question which the military lawyer has is outside that area, then the military lawyer should refer their client (military member) to The Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service at 1-800-342-8011 or a Florida Bar-sponsored local bar association lawyer referral service so that they can be referred to a private lawyer. < p>If you would like to be included in the Directory, please complete and return the form below. THE FLORIDA BAR 2004 OPERATION STAND-BY DIRECTORY PLEASE CHECK AREA(S) OF LAW YOU ARE WILLING TO ASSIST: _____ (A) Administrative and Governmental _____ (N) Health Law _____ (B) Admiralty and Maritime _____ (O) Immigration and Nationality _____ (C) Antitrust & Trade Regulation _____ (P) International Law _____ (D) Appellate Practice _____ (Q) Labor & Employment Law _____ (E) Aviation Law _____ (R) Marital & Family Law _____ (F) Corporation and Business Law _____ (S) Medical Malpractice _____ (G) Civil Trial _____ (T) Patent, Trademark & Copyright _____ (H) Construction Law _____ (U) Personal Injury & Wrongful Death _____ (I) Criminal Law _____ (V) Real Estate _____ (J) Elder Law _____ (W) Tax Law _____ (K) Entertainment & Sports Law _____ (X) Wills, Trusts & Estates _____ (L) Environmental & Land Use Law _____ (Y) Workers’ Compensation _____ (M) General Practice < p>_____ Continue to list my name in the directory as indicated above. _____ Remove my name from the directory. _____ Continue to list my name in the directory, but change as follows (NOTE: These changes will be reflected in your permanent Bar record.) Name Attorney # < p>Address < p>City/State/Zip < p>Telephone County < p>Fax Email < p>Area(s) certified in under The Florida Bar Certification Plan: Return by Monday, May 31, 2004 to: Maria Simmons Johnson The Florida Bar Military Affairs Committee 651 East Jefferson Street Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2300 < p> Fax: (850) 561-5818 Email: [email protected] VOLUNTEER TO ASSIST IN “OPERATION STAND-BY” VOLUNTEER TO ASSIST IN “OPERATION STAND-BY”center_img May 15, 2004 Regular Newslast_img read more

Champions Liverpool maintain 100 percent home record

first_imgLONDON: Champions Liverpool made it 17 wins out of 17 at Anfield with a 2-0 win over Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday evening which pushed Dean Smith’s side deeper into trouble. After their 4-0 mauling at the hands of Manchester City on Thursday, Juergen Klopp’s side struggled to break down a determined Villa.Klopp fielded another strong side but with the ground empty and the title already in the bag, there was a lack of edge to Liverpool’s play. The visitor’s were solid and organised and could even have gone ahead in the 52nd minute when Anwar El Ghazi forced a fine save out of Alisson. But Sadio Mane broke the deadlock in the 71st minute, meeting a low ball from Naby Keita with a firm shot that rattled in off the underside of the cross-bar. Substitute Curtis Jones scored the second, a minute from the end, with the 19 year old hooking home after Mohamed Salah headed an Andy Robertson cross into his path. Villa, who have now lost 20 games, remain deep in relegation trouble, in 18th place on 27 points and they have yet to win since the resumption of the season, their winless streak going back nine games. Liverpool are now unbeaten in their last 57 Premier League home games with 47 wins and 10 draws and they have won 24 home games in a row. John Egan grabbed an 80th-minute equaliser as Sheffield United earned a 1-1 draw at Burnley after James Tarkowski had given the home side a first-half lead. Newcastle United twice came back from a goal down as they grabbed a 2-2 draw with West Ham United. Agencies Also Watch: #NewsMakers: Discourse on Saving Dehing-Patkailast_img read more