Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin’s “rapid-response grant” is now available to all Wisconsin-based, tax-exempt 501(c)3 or government organizations and Medical College of Wisconsin faculty supporting Coronavirus response efforts. The deadline for applications is March 30. To apply, click HERE. Wauwatosa (WI) – Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin, the health philanthropy arm of the Medical College of Wisconsin, announced the availability of up to $5 million in grants to support the state’s COVID-19 response, reports Milwaukee Business Journal. According to the endowment’s director, Dr. Jess Ehrenfeld, the goal of these grants is to protect the health of people across Wisconsin.
On the Move James M. McNeel has been promoted to shareholder with Oppenheimer, Blend, Harrison and Tate in San Antonio. McNeel is a member of the firm’s estate planning and probate practice. Michael D. Karsch has opened Karsch Law Firm, P.A., practicing in the areas of corporate law, real estate law, and general commercial law. The offices are located at 350 Camino Gardens Blvd., Suite 102, Boca Raton 33432, tel: (561) 338-7090, fax (561) 771-1750, e-mail [email protected] Lewis D. Kuhl has joined Pathman Lewis in Miami. Kuhl will concentrate his practice in the area of motor vehicle dealer and automotive industry law. Brian J. Cabrey has joined Zisser, Robison, Brown, Nowlis & Maciejewski in Jacksonville as a partner and the firm will now be known as Zisser, Robison, Brown, Nowlis, Maciejewski, & Cabrey, P.A. Cabrey focuses his practice in the areas of children’s civil rights, personal injury, products and premises liability, wrongful death, professional malpractice, negligence, and juvenile dependency. Hallie S. Evans has joined Akerman Senterfitt in Tampa. Evans focuses her practice on appellate matters and civil litigation, including contract, construction, business, and consumer law. Christina C. Pappas has joined The Matassini Law Firm, at 2811 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa 33609, phone (813) 879-6227, www.wherejusticebegins.com, e-mail [email protected] Pappas focuses on personal injury and criminal defense. Andres A. Fernandez has joined Gunster Yoakley & Stewart in Miami as a shareholder. He is a member of the corporate department, banking and financial services group. Fernandez focuses his practice in banking, commercial, and international law. Alan Fertel has joined Pathman Lewis in Miami as a partner. Fertel will head the state court civil litigation division and will continue to focus his practice on sports, entertainment, and family law, as well as commercial litigation and personal injury. R. Craig Mayfield and Patrick J. Risch have recently been elected shareholders at Hill Ward Henderson in Tampa. Mayfield serves in the litigation group, and his practice includes the defense of product liability and complex mass tort claims, representing various industrial, pharmaceutical, commercial, and consumer industries. Risch practices in the real property litigation group, representing property owners in ad valorem tax issues. He also works in the area of will and trust disputes, and claims involving noncompetition and nonsolicitation covenants. Brian D. Stokes has become named partner with The Unger Law Group in Orlando, which will now be known as Unger, Stokes, Acree, Gilbert, Tressler and Tacktill, P.A. Beverly L. Greenberg has joined Hyman, Spector & Mars in Miami, as of counsel. Her practice concentrates in customs, international trade and transportation law and related regulatory matters. Randy Fairbanks and Timothy Crass have become shareholders with Akerman Senterfitt in Jacksonville. Fairbanks’ areas of practice include taxation, estate planning, asset protection, healthcare, mergers and acquisitions, and real estate. Crass rejoins Akerman from Medical Services Company in Jacksonville, where he served as vice president and corporate legal counsel. Anthony K. Goodman has joined the Accident Law Offices of Philip DeBerard in Stuart. Goodman practices in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death and medical malpractice. Farrell Fritz welcomes Michael P. Stafford to the firm’s real estate and trusts and estates departments as of counsel and Suzanne Q. Burke to the trusts and estates department as an associate. Stafford will focus his practice in commercial real estate, and in estate administration and planning in both New York and Florida. Burke will focus her practice on estate planning and administration in both New York and Florida. Higer, Lichter & Givner LLP has moved its offices to 18305 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 402, Aventura 33160, phone (305) 933-9970 or visit www.HLGlawyers.com. Dale Cravey, Beth Cronin, and Derek Houston have joined Trenam Kemker in St. Petersburg as associates. Cravey’s practice is focused in commercial litigation, concentrated in banking litigation and issues involving bank deposits and collections, federal regulations that govern the check deposit, payment and collection process, and electronic fund transfer systems. Cronin’s practice is focused in commercial litigation, concentrating on the substantive areas of contracts, real estate, banking, creditors’ rights, and commercial landlord-tenant matters. Houston’s practice is focused in real estate transactions and litigation. He also handles commercial real estate lending and title insurance defense. Warren Channell has formed Channell Law Firm, P.A., in Winter Garden’s historic district. The firm will concentrate in family and business law. He can be reached at (407) 656-3855 or [email protected] Sharina Talbot has joined the Jacksonville office of McGuireWoods as an associate in the complex commercial litigation department. She focuses on complex commercial litigation and general civil litigation. Seipp & Flick, a civil litigation firm emphasizing product liability defense, premises liability and personal injury defense, commercial litigation, maritime and admiralty litigation, motor vehicle warranty and lemon law litigation, as well as estate and probate litigation is pleased to announce that Donald A. Blackwell has joined the firm as a partner in the firm’s Miami office; Armando P. Rubio and William R. Wicks III have been named partners in the firm’s Miami office; and Martin J. Jaffe has been named a partner in the firm’s Orlando office. Tiffanny Moore Russel l and Wendy Shay Temple have joined The Law Offices of John L. Di Masi in Orlando as associates. Greenspoon Marder in Ft. Lauderdale has announced the completion of its merger with Geller, Geller, Fisher & Garfinkel. Joining Greenspoon Marder are Sen. Steven A. Geller, North Bay Village. Mayor Joseph S. Geller and Peggy M. Fisher will be partners in the firm. Steven Geller will be heading the firm’s zoning and land use practice in Ft. Lauderdale. Joseph Geller will be focusing his practice in civil litigation, administrative law, election law, government relations, and municipal law and will be resident in the firm’s Aventura office, heading the firm’s developing Miami-Dade County practice. Fisher will also be resident in Aventura office and will focus her practice in civil litigation and appellate law. William Jay has joined Carsten & Ladan, P.A., where he will concentrate his practice on violent felony and sex crime defense. He may be reached at the main office at 121 S. Orange Avenue, Suite 1420, Orlando 32801 and. Spencer D. Levine has been named chief operating officer of Broward Health. The Edwards Law Firm has relocated its offices to the Morrill Street Professional Center located at 1901 Morrill Street in Sarasota, phone (941) 363-0110, fax (941) 952-9111. The firm concentrates in the areas of residential and commercial real estate closings and real estate litigation. Brian K. Gart has joined Berger Singerman in Ft. Lauderdale as a shareholder with the firm’s business reorganization team resident. Jeffrey F. Worman has partnered with Rex E. Delcamp in the formation of Delcamp and Worman. The St. Petersburg-based firm’s practice will focus primarily on civil litigation. Ruben V. Chavez and Philip A. Gold have joined David H. Gold, P.A. , in Coral Gables. The practice focuses on representing individuals and families suffering significant losses due to the negligence of others. Janice M. Fleischer has moved her office to Tallahassee and opened a private consulting practice in the areas of public policy facilitation and mediation. The offices are located at 400 Capital Circle SE, Suite 18-143, Tallahassee 32301, phone (850) 877-8939, fax (850) 216-2568, e-mail [email protected], Web site: www.flashresolutions.com. Dina Busciglio Sheridan and Joshua Gammon Sheridan have formed the Busciglio & Sheridan Law Group, located at 505 East Jackson Street, Suite 205, Tampa 33602, (813) 225-2695. The firm will concentrate on criminal defense, including all felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic offenses, and family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, paternity actions, and injunctions for protection. May 15, 2008 On the Move May 15, 2008 On the Move
ABC(LOS ANGELES) — ABC’s Roseanne spinoff, The Connors, is a step closer to nailing down a second season. Deadline reports that series regulars Sara Gilbert — who’s also an executive producer — John Goodman, and Laurie Metcalf have either signed or are close to signing new 13-episode deals.Roseanne vets Lecy Goranson and Michael Fishman, who play Gilbert’s onscreen siblings are likely to follow, at which time the producers are expected to finalize a deal with ABC. The stars have all indicated that the show is “close” to getting a second season pickup, according to Deadline.After the hit Roseanne reboot was cancelled last spring in the wake of an offensive tweet sent by show creator Roseanne Barr, the series retooled, and resumed without her in October on ABC. Her character, the acerbic family matriarch, was killed off off-screen, as a result of opioid use. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.