LIAM 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).
South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries booked an $800 million order to build ten LNG-ready 325,000 dwt very large ore carriers (VLOCs) for Polaris Shipping.The contract is the largest single order in the last five years since Hyundai Heavy received an order of ten large-sized containerships from a Greek shipping company in 2012, the company said in a statement.The ships, measuring 340 meters in length, 62 meters in width and 29.8 meters in height, will feature the LNG-ready design to meet environmental regulations and reduce fuel consumption, and equipped with a ballast water treatment system and a desulfurization equipment scrubber.The vessels are scheduled to be delivered by 2021, Hyundai Heavy said.Hyundai Heavy has received a total of 20 orders to build vessels from Polaris Shipping, and delivered seven vessels including four 250,000 ton VLOCs ordered in 2013 so far.The total number of ships Hyundai Heavy won so far this year is 99 ships worth $5.8 billion, which is a 500 percent plus increase for the comparable period last year when it clinched 20 ships worth $2 billion.
Hovinga Memorial feature winners Thursday night during the Kossuth County Fair included, from left, Matt Looft, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods; Ryan Ruter, IMCA Modifieds; and Chad Palmer, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. (Photo by Tim Dahlhauser)ALGONA, Iowa (Aug. 2) – Just a week after winning the Veterans’ Night event at Kossuth County Speedway, Ryan Ruter was standing in victory lane at Algona with another big check and a very tall trophy.Ruter led all 20 laps of Thursday’s Hovinga Memorial main event for IMCA Modifieds, outrunning Jeremy Mills and Tad Reutzel for the $1,000 payday.The feature was slowed by just a single caution and Ruter pulled ahead following the yellow just after midway. Clayton Christensen and Ethan Dotson rounded out the top five in the fair night show.Ruter was already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot for 2019.Tenth starting Chad Palmer was the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winner, ahead of Kevin Opheim and David Wickman.Hard-chargers led the way across the stripe in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod headliner as eighth starting Matt Looft was the winner and 15th starting Doug Cook the runner-up. Third was George Nordman.Josh Sidles collected the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock checkers in front of Brandon Nielsen and Jamie Weishaar.Winner of the Mach-1 Sport Compact main was Colin Rodgers with Oliver Monson second and Lucas Parsons third.Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Ryan Ruter; 2. Jeremy Mills; Tad Reutzel; 4. Clayton Christensen; 5. Ethan Dotson; 6. Nick Meyer; 7. Kelly Shryock; 8. Aaron Benson; 9. Jeff Ignaszewski; 10. Ben Kraus; 11. Scott Anderson; 12. Mat Hollerich; 13. Ben Schultze; 14. Cody Knecht; 15. D.J. Shannon; 16. Stacey Mills; 17. Loren Pesicka Jr.; 18. Austin Wolf; 19. Jeff Feaster.Stock Cars – 1. Chad Palmer; 2. Kevin Opheim; 3. David Wickman; 4. Bruce Wickman; 5. Dan Hanselman; 6. John Wiemann; 7. Wayne Landheer; 8. Craig Berhow; 9. Heath Tulp; 10. Calvin Lange; 11. Kyle Ricke; 12. Roger Tripp; 13. Randy Brands; 14. Jesse Ely; 15. Derek Green.Northern SportMods – 1. Matt Looft; 2. Doug Cook; 3. George Nordman; 4. Johnathon Logue; 5. Colby Fett; 6. Frank Packer; 7. Alec Fett; 8. Devin Fish; 9. Josh Appel; 10. Joey Lium; 11. Brandon Ostwald; 12. George Gilliland; 13. Jake Simpson; 14. Kent Haugland; 15. Kevin Wiemers; 16. Alex Smith.Hobby Stocks – 1. Josh Sidles; 2. Brandon Nielsen; 3. Jamie Weishaar; 4. Cody Nielsen; 5. Bryce Sommerfeld; 6. Kyle Sidles; 7. Jay Sidles; 8. Mike Schadendorf; 9. Chad Krug; 10. Tim Sidles; 11. Austin Pinney; 12. Jacob Kofoot; 13. Myles Koob; 14. Chelsea Heldt; 15. James Burns; 16. Christopher Krug.Sport Compacts – 1. Colin Rodgers; 2. Oliver Monson; 3. Lucas Parsons; 4. Justin Nielson; 5. Jay DeVries; 6. Kaytee DeVries; 7. Jacob Tacheny; 8. Max Heimbuch; 9. Ashlee Kelly.
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 Share