Karen Long has served 12 years at the Orlando Police Department and is now battling stage-4 breast cancer. She and her family are raising money for hyperthermia treatment in Germany to fight for her life. Planet Pizza is hosting a fundraiser to benefit this cause.
The AV rating attained by Timothy is the preeminent rating, achievable only after admission to the bar for at least ten years, indicating the highest level of legal ability and ethics. This rating indicates that an attorney's colleagues and the judiciary perceive him to be at the pinnacle of professional success. LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell conducts peer review ratings throughout the country in an effort to identify lawyers with the highest legal ability and ethical standards.
Educate Tomorrow, a non-profit organization based in Miami, FL provides one-on-one education mentors for foster care youth between the ages of 14 and 23 who are transitioning out of the foster care system. The annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction event attracts wine enthusiasts and passionate supporters of Educate Tomorrow.
Partner Sarah Clasby Engel Elected to the Board of Directors of Educate Tomorrow, a non-profit organization based in Miami, FL that supports 15-23 year olds, who are aging out of the foster care system, by matching them with mentors.
Halley J. Peters joins the AV-Rated litigation boutique of Harke Clasby & Bushman LLP as a new associate and will concentrate her practice in the areas of commercial litigation and consumer class action law.
Partners Lance A. Harke, Sarah Clasby Engel and Howard M. Bushman have been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers 2011 as outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement, in their particular areas of practice.
Parents of a bullied child are suing the Polk County School District as a result of their son suffering relentless physical and verbal abuse at the hands of his classmates at Palmetto Elementary School.
Harke Clasby & Bushman LLP served as lead class counsel on the case which obliges Florida Public Utilities, Co. to pay $790,000 into a settlement fund which will be sent to each class member, by regular U.S. mail.
On November 17, 2010, The Honorable Robert L. Hinkle, United States District Judge, certified a class of Florida drivers whose privacy rights were allegedly violated when their personal information was sold and disclosed to a private corporation.