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Burlington Attorneys Recognized in Super Lawyers Magazine

first_imgLIAM MURPHY and CATHERINE KRONK of the law firm MURPHY SULLIVAN KRONK have been named by Super Lawyers magazine as two of the top attorneys in Vermont. Only five percent of the lawyers in the state are recognized by Super Lawyers. To earn this honor, lawyers are nominated by their peers and then reviewed by a research team that evaluates the nominees based on professional accomplishments and peer recognition. LIAM MURPHY maintains a broad practice grounded in all types of real estate matters, encompassing real estate transactions and litigation, land use and environmental law as well as condemnation litigation. CATHERINE KRONK maintains a practice focused on complex commercial transactions, including commercial finance transactions and real estate transactions. MURPHY SULLIVAN KRONK focuses its practice on real estate, commercial transactions and related litigation. Learn more about the firm at www.mskvt.com(link is external).last_img read more

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Dominica benefits from US, Caribbean Basin Security Initiative

first_img Share 71 Views   no discussions LocalNews Dominica benefits from US, Caribbean Basin Security Initiative by: – May 31, 2012 Share Sharecenter_img Tweet United States Ambassador to Barbados and the Caribbean Larry Palmer and Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit at the commissioning of the “P.B Lugay and P.B Royer”Dominica has become the first island in the Eastern Caribbean to benefit from the United States, Caribbean Basin Security Initiative after officially receiving two new interceptor vessels and maritime support package on Thursday.The official commissioning of the “Secure Seas” interceptor vessels took place at the Cabrits Cruise Ship Berth.Addressing that ceremony United States Ambassador to Barbados and the Caribbean, Larry Palmer said the commission of the two vessels is testimony of the continued partnership the US and Dominica share in keeping Dominica safe.“Dominica Coast Guard has been a strong partner and has taken an aggressive stance to keep Dominica safe from illicit narcotics trafficking and other threats to the region’s maritime borders. Your drug unit, your joint national intelligence councils and your financial intelligence unit work closely with our law enforcement agencies and we applaud your efforts in increasing cooperation and coordination to combat transnational crime”.Patrol Boat Lugay and Patrol Boat RoyerThe overall cost of the vessels, support package and equipment is estimated at US $1.74 million.The equipment includes a robust communication system, training and technical support, maintenance, repairs and spare parts and a heavy duty pick-up truck.Palmer said the interceptor vessels and the installed communications system will provide Dominica a distinct edge in “detecting, tracking and perusing suspects, and will facilitate operational efficiency between nations”.Prime Minister Skerrit and other officials boarding PB RoyerMeantime Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said the vessels would serve as a deterrent to persons who are “bent on mischief”.Skerrit further described the technical advancement and speed of the vessels as one which could convert into a “sea planes”, warning “would be criminals” that with these vessels there will be no place to hide. The vessels; “Patrol Boat Royer” and “Patrol Boat Lugay” were named after deceased police officers who dedicated their lives to the service.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring!last_img read more

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Toon, Abbrederis leading young crop of wideouts

first_imgWide receiver Jared Abbrederis functioned as one of the Badgers’ most important reserves last year. Now he takes a starting role.[/media-credit]A few months removed from enjoying a passing game that boasted a 168.1 passer rating, the Wisconsin football team now finds itself in the midst of an overhaul with its aerial attack.Among the quarterback, wide receiver and tight end positions, only one starting incumbent from 2010 remains on the team.Quarterback Scott Tolzien (189.2 yards per game, 72.9 completion percentage) and tight end Lance Kendricks (team-leading 43 catches and five touchdown receptions) have graduated from the college game and are currently waiting to hear their names called in the NFL Draft.And while it will be tough for their successors to duplicate the output of these two standouts on the football field, the wide receiver position took its own blow as well.UW waved goodbye to its third- and fourth-most targeted players, Isaac Anderson and David Gilreath, as well as the experienced Kyle Jefferson.Of the 12 receivers they leave behind, only two of them are older than a redshirt sophomore. There are eight freshmen – although seven have already redshirted.This leaves fifth-year senior Nick Toon and redshirt sophomore Jared Abbrederis as the lone wideouts with more than just a few plays worth of prior experience.The two expected starters enter 2011 looking to lead the wide receiving corps this year under the new aerial attack.Toon trying to make up for lost timeAfter a few nagging injuries (turf toe and a thigh bruise) removed Toon from four games during last season’s co-Big Ten championship and Rose Bowl run, he still hasn’t quite freed himself from the side effects of football.Toon has spent the entirety of spring practice in a boot rather than football cleats after undergoing surgery on a fractured foot. The injury isn’t serious though, and he is expected to recover easily.But with a new quarterback in Jon Budmayr, Toon’s time on the sidelines has robbed him of a chance to get acquainted with and establish some on-field chemistry with the man who’s going to be throwing him the football.Now entering his third year as a starter, the rising Badger wideout says he’s taken a more mental approach at preparing for the season due to his injury, like spending more time in the film room, for instance.And according to wide receivers coach DelVaughn Alexander, the Middleton native has embraced the approach.“We spend a lot of extra time [with the quarterbacks] because of his injury,” Alexander said. “We’re trying to take more of a mental approach with him and he’s really bought into that and has really shown up in terms of the classroom, but you know you miss quite a bit when you can’t apply it on the field.”The injury has also allowed him to watch the progress of his pass-catching teammates. Toon still attends practice and can be seen talking to his teammates on the sidelines of scrimmages, offering them his advice.According to Abbrederis, Toon’s knowledge is most welcome.“I think we can go to him with any question we have. That’s really helpful too, just having someone that’s been there, that’s done it. He knows a lot of the spots and a lot of the details, so he’s someone you can go to and just talk to him about how to get better,” he said.After bursting onto the seen his sophomore year with 805 yards and four touchdowns on 54 catches, Toon’s 107 career receptions are 10th in UW history, and his 1,521 yards are 11th.As he works his way into the Wisconsin record books, Toon hopes to establish himself as an elite wideout in the minds of many.“I believe I am an elite receiver, not only in the Big Ten, but in the country…but hopefully I’ll be able to stay healthy and prove that by the way I play this year,” he saidAbbrederis steps upOne of the high points of spring practice has certainly been Abbrederis’ performance. The redshirt sophomore out of Wautoma has made play after play, steering clear of dropped passes and bad routes.Abbrederis has been seen catching high passes out of the corner of the endzone, low passes inches from the ground and downfield passes that leave all else behind.Head coach Bret Bielema has been pleased with Abbrederis’ production and leadership, especially with Toon sidelined.“I think Abbey, since Nick’s been out, has really taken on that leadership role,” he said. “He’s up in the offices all the time; he’s working with the younger guys. I think he’s really beginning to grow as a playmaker.”After joining the program as a preferred walk-on, the speedy 6-foot-2, 180-pound wideout caught 20 passes last season for 289 yards – 14.4 yards per reception – while also scoring three touchdowns.Although he finished fifth on the team in receptions, Wisconsin definitely enjoyed giving him the ball last year. Throughout the season he received the ball on end-around plays, rushing for a total of 27 yards and returned 10 punt and kickoffs last season as well.All told, Abbrederis accumulated 494 all-purpose yards – an average of just under 15 yards every time he touched the ball.That’s a good start for a young player who’ll be counted on making plays this season at a position that’s full of inexperience.“Jared’s obviously a great player, played a lot for us last year and you know, expecting big things out of him this year,” Toon said. “He’s very smart has great hands and loves the game. All of those make for a good combination in a player.”last_img read more

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QPR launches new lottery in partnership with 505 Central and BD Sport Group

first_img Related Articles SBC news network grows with Lottery Daily launch April 23, 2020 Share StumbleUpon SBC Digital Summit Latinoamérica’s Land-Based 2.0 track to focus on casinos, lotteries & payments June 11, 2020 QPR has announced that in partnership with 505 Central and BD Sport Group, it will launch its  new look Hoops Lottery against Burton Albion at Loftus Road this Saturday. The lottery will give QPR fans an opportunity to win cash prizes at all home games this season. Supporters will be able to enter the lottery, by picking up tickets from sellers around the stadium before the game and at half-time, the London club has also announced that all proceeds from the lottery will  go towards the club’s charity QPR in the Community Trust.The new digital raffle fundraising platform allows multiple entries with only one ticket – so for example, you can have 20 entries for £10.As part of the partnership, QPR will become the fifth English Football League club to have a lottery provided by 5050 Central, as the group looks to expand its UK footprint through the BD Sport Group. Tony Warwick, BD Sport Group’s joint managing director, said: “5050 Central and BD Sport are proud to be providing QPR and QPR in the Community Trust with this 5050 fundraising technology that will in turn translate into increased funding to support their initiatives.”The news follows on from William Hill entering into a two year partnership with BD Sport earlier in the month, which saw BD Sport successfully provide an in stadia betting experience to supporters of numerous Premier League and Football League clubs in England. Submit QPR names Football Index as new shirt sponsor August 21, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

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