April 15, 2002 Regular News April 15, 2002 Notices Court sets oral argument The Florida Supreme Court has set oral argument in Re: Report and Recommendations of the Judicial Management Council of Florida on Privacy and Electronic Access to Court Records, case no. SC02-659 for June 5, beginning at 9 a.m. A maximum of 20 minutes to each side has been allotted for the argument. Spittler petitions for Bar reinstatement Pursuant to Bar Rule 3-7.10, John Joseph Spittler has petitioned the Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.Spittler was suspended for nine months pursuant to a court order dated May 17, 2001, as a result of his misconduct in the filing of improper bankruptcy schedules and transfer of property.Any persons having knowledge bearing upon Spittler’s fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law may contact Carlos A. Leon, Bar Counsel, The Florida Bar, Suite M-100, 444 Brickell Avenue, Miami 33131, telephone (305) 377-4445. Board makes appointments Two lawyers have been re-appointed to the Florida Bar Foundation Board of Directors by the Bar Board of Governors, and another has been named to the Supreme Court’s Bar Admissions Committee.The board at its March meeting reappointed Daryl D. Parks of Tallahassee and Lawrence J. Phalin of Orlando to three-year terms on the Foundation board. Jerry M. Gewirtz of Tampa was chosen for a two-year term on the admissions committee. Health Law Section nominates officers The Health Law Section’s Nominating Committee has nominated Christine C. Whitney of Jacksonville for the position of chair-elect for 2002-03.The committee has also nominated James M. “Chet” Barclay of Tallahassee for treasurer and Allen R. Grossman of Tallahassee for secretary for 2002-03.With regard to the four executive council seats, with terms expiring June 30, 2005, the committee nominates Monica Lee Felder, Boca Raton; George F. Indest III, Altamonte Springs; Gregory Allen Chaires, Winter Park; and James Andrew Farrell, West Palm Beach.The Health Law Section will meet to elect its 2002-03 officers and executive council members with terms expiring in 2005 on June 20 from 3 to 6 p.m. during The Florida Bar’s Annual Meeting at the Boca Raton Resort and Club. All members of the Health Law Section are encouraged to attend this meeting.Section 7.4 of the Health Law Section bylaws allows for other nominations to be made by petition of at least 15 voting members of the section. The petition must be filed with the chair no later than 30 days prior to the date of the annual meeting. Ethics Symposium set for April at UM The ABA Criminal Justice Florida White Collar Crime Committee and the University of Miami School of Law Center for Ethics and Public Service will present the First Annual Criminal Justice Ethics Symposium April 26 at the University of Miami’s Storer Auditorium.The full day, panel format program brings together judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys to address the issues confronting the criminal bar, including the following panels: • Conflicts in Representation: Ethics at the Starting Gate. • Pre-Indictment/Information: Sleazy versus Zealous Advocacy? • Ethics on Trial: Where is the Line? • Attorneys’ Fees: Getting Paid and Keeping Your Ticket. • Ethics: View From the Bench (Panel composed of state and federal judges).The cost is $125 for private practitioners who sign up prior to April 5, $150 thereafter, and $75 for government attorneys and judges prior to April 5, $90 thereafter. Tuition includes breakfast, lunch, breaks, parking, and materials.The special guest speaker is Monroe H. Freedman of Hofstra University Law School.For details, call (305) 284-6276. FALSS Annual Meeting set for April The Florida Association of Legal Support Specialists will hold its Fourth Annual Meeting and Educational Conference, jointly hosted by the Marion County Legal Support Association and the Tallahassee Association of Legal Support Specialists, at the Hilton Hotel in Ocala April 26-28.A professional development seminar is being offered, as well as one board certification workshop for the civil trial section, and two education seminars — one on the legal professional’s role in criminal proceedings, presented by Paul J. Guilfoil, and the other on the utilization of court reporters, to be presented by Kelly Owen McCall and Shelly Owen Heatherdale.The newly elected officers of FALSS for 2002-03 will be installed at a ceremony on April 27. The incoming membership meeting will also be held April 27.For more information contact Jennifer Volkmar, registration chair, at (352) 732-8121. For more information about FALSS visit www.falss.org.
Mourinho has been asked repeatedly when exactly the England captain might return, but has not been able to be more specific.Advertisement Jose Mourinho has raised the alarming possibility that Harry Kane could miss Euro 2020 and not return to action until next season. Kane had surgery on a hamstring injury on Saturday (pictured) after suffering a ruptured tendon at Southampton on New Year’s Day and Tottenham previously said they expect him to return to training in April. Read Also: Abraham can fill Kane’s boots for Three Lions-LampardBut Mourinho’s comments will concern England boss Gareth Southgate and fans ahead of the summer tournament and losing the man who was the leading scorer in qualifying with 12 goals would be a huge blow ahead of his side’s three group games at Wembley.The Three Lions play their first game of the tournament against Croatia on June 14.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… But the Spurs manager’s throwaway answer ahead of tonight’s FA Cup replay with Middlesbrough implied some doubt over Kane’s participation at the European Championship this summer. ‘News on Harry we don’t have and if you ask me every time we come here the answer will be the same,’ Mourinho said. ‘We expect him to be out until, I don’t know, mid-April, end of April, May, next season I don’t know. I have no updates to give on Harry.’ On Saturday Kane, who has a history of recovering quickly from injuries, tweeted from his hospital bed the operation had been a success. Promoted ContentThis 1982 Movie Is Better Than Any Other Blockbuster Up TodayA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayMesmerizing Wedding Looks From Different Countries9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All TimeThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
Press Association The Spaniard has been in talks with the club over the last couple of days after the Toffees agreed a compensation deal, believed to be about £1.5million, with Wigan. Martinez, 39, has always been the long-time favourite to succeed Manchester United-bound David Moyes after his 11 years in charge. Everton have called a press conference on Wednesday afternoon at which it is expected Roberto Martinez will be unveiled as their new manager. Martinez emerged as the outright first choice of chairman Bill Kenwright after he considered a three-man shortlist, believed to also include Porto’s Vitor Pereira and former Schalke coach Ralf Rangnick, over the weekend. However, the Toffees’ interest in the Latics boss was registered some time before that when it became clear the Spaniard was considering his position following their relegation from the Premier League. Everton made an official approach on May 24 and four days later Martinez told Wigan chairman Dave Whelan he wanted to leave as he did not feel up to the task of getting the club out of the npower Championship. However, despite the negative connotations of taking a team down Martinez enhanced his reputation by winning the FA Cup – something Moyes never achieved – by beating Manchester City at Wembley last month. He is renowned for playing an attractive style of football and working on a relatively stringent budget, both of which appealed to the Goodison hierarchy. Former Everton striker Kevin Campbell believes Martinez will be “a breath of fresh air” after Moyes’ more regimented approach. “The way he plays the game, the fans are going to like the style, and I think the players are going to improve, and that’s really important,” he said. “Everton have wonderfully gifted players and I think he will give them a new lease of life.”