July 15, 2005 News & Notes News and Notes July 15, 2005 News and Notes The Hillsborough County Bar Association recently honored John “Jack” F. Rudy II with its Outstanding Lawyer of the Year Award. Rudy has served the legal community for 41 years, mentoring hundreds of young lawyers, providing advice, direction, and support when needed. Charles Baumberger of Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso & Spier in Miami spoke at the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers presentation on jury selection, “2005 Voir Dire Seminar: Brainstorming with the Masters.” Joshua G. Gerstin of Boca Raton was interviewed on television by David Weir of the South Florida Business Report regarding the state of the law of Florida community associations and their affect on real estate investors. David M. Gagnon of Taylor, Day & Currie in Jacksonville joined the Insurance Coverage Committee of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association. William S. Berk of Adorno & Yoss in Miami presented a seminar to the London insurance market on Florida legal trends, including bad faith law and property insurance litigation following the 2004 hurricane season. Judge Ron Rothschild of the 17th Judicial Circuit received the Gavin K. Letts Memorial Jurist of the Year Award from the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Charles H. Egerton of Dean Mead in Orlando was recently re-elected as a vice chair of the American Bar Association Tax Section. Michael Andrew Haggard of Haggard, Parks, Haggard & Lewis in Coral Gables served as an expert guest speaker at an Aquatic Law Symposium at the International Swimming Hall of Fame in Ft. Lauderdale.Retired Judge Mario Goderich of the Third District Court of Appeal and Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart in Miami presented the Dade County Bar Association’s first annual Mario P. Goderich Legal Ethics Award to Florida Supreme Court Justice Raoul Cantero. Additionally, Goderich spoke on corporate governance issues and measures to stop corporate fraud at a conference hosted by the National Italian American Foundation in Rome. Steven Lesser of Becker & Poliakoff was appointed to lead the Owners and Lenders Division of the American Bar Association’s Forum on the construction industry. Paul R. Wallace of Hinshaw & Culbertson in Miami was appointed Gov. Jeb Bush to the South Florida Regional Planning Council for Region 11 and was confirmed by the Florida Senate. Hank Jackson of Holland & Knight in West Palm Beach was the recipient of the 2005 Appellate Law Award from The Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County. Dennis J. Wall spoke at the annual Liability Claims Conference on Good Faith sponsored by the Florida Defense Lawyers Association. Frederic M. Schott of Orlando was elected chair of The Festival of Orchestras. Frank M. Petosa of Petosa & Associates in Boca Raton was named treasurer of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers. John S. Mills of Mills & Carlin was selected as a member of the 2005-2006 class of Leadership Jacksonville. Additionally, Mills spoke on the topic of preservation of error at the Raymond Ehrlich Trial Advocacy Seminar. Patricia E. McQueeney of Brinkley, McNerney, Morgan, Solomon & Tatum served as a judge on behalf of the American Intellectual Property Association at the 56th Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Arizona.Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Lucy Chernow Brown was named recipient of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Award for Judicial Professionalism. David S. Gold of Luks, Santaniello, Perez, Petrillo & Gold presented “Fact or Fiction? Attorneys’ Fees under Section 440.34” to insurance adjusters in Central Florida. Additionally, Gold presented a seminar on “Recent Legal Developments in Workers’ Compensation” that was sponsored by the CEU Institute. Also, Rusty A. Perez presented a seminar on “Litigation Cost Containment Strategies” sponsored by the CEU Institute. Garrett J. Biondo of Coral Gables was sworn in as president-elect of the Dade County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, as secretary of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers Young Lawyers Section, and as treasurer of Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. Michael J. Snure of Kirkconnell, Lindsey, Snure & Yates in Winter Park was elected president of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Jeanne L. Seewald of Fowler White Boggs Banker was elected to the board of directors of the Collier County Bar Association for a two-year term. Rebecca B. Creed of Mills & Carlin presented a seminar titled, “Appellate Law 101: What All Trial Lawyers Need to Know to Protect Their Clients’ Rights on Appeal” to the Sole Practitioner/Small Firms Section of the Jacksonville Bar Association. George H. Mazzarantani was elected to the board of directors of the Education Foundation of Sarasota County, Inc. Michaelle Paulson and Christopher J. O’Rand of Markowitz, Davis, Ringel & Trusty were awarded two 2005 “Put Something Back” Pro Bono Awards. Paulson was the recipient in the “Domestic Violence” category and O’Rand was the recipient in the “Family Law” category. Harris K. Solomon of Brinkley, McNerney, Morgan, Solomon, Tatum in Ft. Lauderdale was elected president of Temple Bat Yum of East Ft. Lauderdale. Bruce A. Blitman of Ft. Lauderdale presented, “When the Winds Blow: Strategies for Effectively Mediating Hurricane-Related (and Other) Claims” at Groelle & Salmon, P.A.’s, Annual Property Claims Seminar. Mark Eiglarsh from the Law Offices of Mark Eiglarsh and Katie Phang from Patino and Associates present “The Insider’s Edge” on television every morning at 7:15 a.m. on South Florida’s UPN. Stephanie Russo of Fowler White Boggs Banker in West Palm Beach was appointed chair of the Palm Beach County Bar Association Health Law Committee. Robert J. Becerra of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg spoke as a member of a panel titled, “Practical and Ethical Considerations in the Use of Criminal Cases in Foreign Courts” at the Third Annual International Litigation Update. Cathryn A. Mitchell of MillerMitchell spoke at the Corporate Governance Seminar sponsored by the Princeton Bar Association regarding corporate governance and attorney ethics.
Advertisement Sokratis Papastathopolous was at fault for Watford’s first goal (Picture: AP)Speaking afterwards, the former Manchester United midfielder said: ‘I feel like we were well organised from their goal kicks.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘It’s something we’ve worked on in the week and we weren’t surprised they tried to play like that, it was more of a surprise they didn’t adapt during the game and they were pretty stubborn with it.‘It was our kick-start to a comeback that was nearly a perfect comeback. We can be proud of the second-half performance, but we really need to be starting to turn those sort of stats into wins.’Although it didn’t look as though Arsenal had curtailed their short passing approach, Unai Emery claimed afterwards that they had tried to go more direct as the game went on.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘We were also trying the long ball and physically they are more strong than us and they were also winning the long ball,’ he explained afterwards.Sokratis took to Twitter to apologise for his mistake on Sunday evening, saying: ‘Today’s result is not good for us. I feel responsible for this result, so I would like to apologise to all of you. I don’t like to hide, and I will keep working hard in order to achieve our goals.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterMonday 16 Sep 2019 5:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link196Shares Comment Tom Cleverley scored Watford’s equaliser against Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Tom Cleverley has admitted that he was surprised that Arsenal refused to alter their tactics from goal kicks during their 2-2 draw at Vicarage Road on Sunday.The 30-year-old capitalised on Arsenal’s slack play in defence by scoring Watford’s first goal after seizing on a wayward pass from Sokratis Papastathopolous inside his own penalty area.Before Cleverley’s strike early in the second half, Arsenal had twice gone close to conceding by gifting possession in their own box, twice through misplaced passes from Matteo Guendouzi.However, they persisted with trying to play the ball out from the back despite the warning signs and Cleverley admitted that Watford had planned to take advantage from such situations in training.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Tom Cleverley was surprised Arsenal kept playing out from the back during draw against Watford