Paul Frank & Collins Welcomes Associates to Firm

first_imgPaul, Frank & Collins, attorneys at law, is pleased to announce that Rebecca van Doren has joined the firm as an Associate. Ms. van Doren was admitted to the Vermont Bar on November 19, 2002, and will be concentrating her practice on general trial work, with a focus on intellectual property, including patent, copyright and trademark litigation, product liability, commercial litigation, and anti-trust matters.Ms. van Doren is a 1985 graduate (Dean’s List) of Arizona State University and a 1998 graduate of Arizona State University, College of Law (cum laude).Before joining Paul, Frank & Collins, Ms. van Doren worked as an Associate at Cohen, Kennedy, Dowd & Quigley, P.C. Ms. van Doren was also law clerk to the Hon. E.G. Noyes, Jr. of the Arizona Court of Appeals, and law clerk/bailiff for the Hon. Edward O. Ballinger of Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona. Ms. van Doren is also admitted to the Arizona State Bar and the U.S. District Court in Arizona.Paul, Frank & Collins, is pleased to announce that Chris Leff has joined the firm as an Associate. Mr. Leff was admitted to the Vermont Bar on November 19, 2002, and will be concentrating his practice on corporate and tax law.Mr. Leff is a 1994 graduate (magna cum laude) of the University of Vermont and a 2001 graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School (magna cum laude).Before joining Paul, Frank & Collins, Mr. Leff worked in the Tax Department of Dorsey & Whitney, LLP in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Leff is also admitted to practice law in the state of Minnesota.Formed in 1968, Paul, Frank & Collins is a full-service law firm serving commercial, institutional and individual clients throughout the United States and Canada.last_img read more

Jadeja proves his worth despite India’s exit

first_imgBy Amlan ChakrabortyMANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – Ravindra Jadeja’s all-round brilliance could not fire India to the final of the Cricket World Cup but the 30-year-old at least showed what he can still offer the team in the first semi-final against New Zealand yesterday.Playing only his second match of the tournament, Jadeja returned figures of 1-34 in his tidy 10 overs and produced two moments of fielding excellence at Old Trafford.He first dismissed Ross Taylor, New Zealand’s top scorer, with a pinpoint direct throw from midwicket and, in the next ball, took a tricky catch to send back Tom Latham. The all-rounder then returned to top-score with a belligerent 77, celebrating his fifty with a characteristic sword dance before raising his arms in an animated gesture toward the commentary box.Jadeja has had a Twitter spat with former India player-turned-commentator Sanjay Manjrekar who had described the all-rounder as a “bits and pieces” player. India captain Virat Kohli said the Saurashtra player did not need any extra motivation from the management team.“I don’t think any of us had to say anything to Jadeja after what happened over the last one week,” Kohli said after the loss at Old Trafford. “He was quite ready to just get onto the path to be honest and you saw the passion with which he played.”Jadeja could not force a victory but Kohli felt this was the left-hander’s best innings he could remember.“In my watching the data for 10 years, me playing with him as well, this is probably his best knock because the kind of pressure, the stage we were at, almost out of the game, and then he produces that,” said Kohli. With Jadeja in the middle, the team had been optimistic of completing the tricky chase, the skipper added.“He was very motivated. At that stage, we all felt in the change room that the game can be closed out, it can be done,” he said.“He’s been a very understated cricketer, but a top quality cricketer in the field, with the ball, and with the bat – priceless.”last_img read more