After much speculation, the new mega festival that was rumored to feature the top classic rock acts, including Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, The Who, Roger Waters, and The Rolling Stones, has been confirmed! Titled Desert Trip, the festival will run from October 7-9, taking place at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, CA, notably the same grounds as Coachella. The event is being organized by Goldenvoice, the company behind Coachella.In fact, those six artists will be the only ones performing, with the Stones and Dylan on night one, McCartney and Neil Young on night two, and Roger Waters and The Who on night three. The Desert Trip is sure to feature some of the most iconic music of a generation, with anthemic rock music performed by each and every band on this billing.You can watch a brief promotional video for the festival below:Tickets will go on sale next Monday, May 9th at 10 AM Pacific, and more information can be found here.
On the Move Walfrido “Wally” Martinez returns to Hunton & Williams as the firm’s managing partner. Michael A. Berke, Karen P. Londell, Michael B. Chavies, Fransisco Silva, Joel E. Maxwell, Mary V. Carroll, Scott B. Cosgrove, Gail Guzzi, Jorge A. Lopez, David C. Miller, and Esther L. Moreno were named shareholders at Akerman Senterfitt’s Miami office. Sean I. McGhie and Leslie M. Tomcak were named shareholders at Akerman Senterfitt’s Ft. Lauderdale office. Jacob A. Brown and Cynthia M. Montgomery were named shareholders at Akerman Senterfitt’s Jacksonville office. Erik P. Kimball and Susan M. Wilson were named shareholders at Akerman Senterfitt’s Orlando and Tampa offices, respectively. Augustin “Gus” Simmons joined Aloia & Roland as an associate concentrating his practice in the areas of family and domestic law, commercial litigation, and real estate. Jorge R. Gutierrez, Luis O’Naughten, Bert Diaz, Sean Santini, Richard C. Bulman, Jr., and Susana Betancourt joined Akerman Senterfitt’s Miami and Ft. Lauderdale offices as shareholders. David M. Fernandez joined Barr, Murman & Tonelli as a senior associate. He practices in the area of insurance defense. Joseph H. Ganguzza and Lourdes Sanchez-Barcia joined practices with David B. Haber to start a firm called Haber & Ganguzza, LLP. The firm will specialize in civil litigation, real property transactions, bankruptcy, and community association law. Michael J. Dewberry joined Fowler White Boggs Banker as a shareholder practicing in the firm’s commercial litigation practice group. He will concentrate his practice on all types of business litigation and dispute resolution. Dickinson & Gibbons is moving to Gateway Professional Center at 401 N. Cattlemen Rd., Ste. 300 in Sarasota. The phone and fax numbers remain the same. Steven A. Lessne has been elected partner at Blank Rome’s Boca Raton office. Jason A. Collier joined Abel Band in Sarasota as an associate concentrating on employment law and commercial litigation. Shutts & Bowen is opening a Tampa office. The Shutts & Bowen offices are temporarily located in the World Trade Center at 1101 Channelside Drive and the firm plans to move into permanent space by June. Arnstein & Lehr opened its Ft. Lauderdale office on the 17th floor of 200 E. Las Olas Blvd., and added eight partners and two associates: James C. Brady, Sonja K. Dickens, Clint J. Gage, Alan G. Kipnis, Joel D. Mayersohn, Brian A. Pearlman, Charles B. Pearlman, and Franklin L. Zemel. The two associates are Jason Gordon and Myra P. Mahoney. Arnstein & Lehr’s phone number is (954) 713-7600 and the fax number is (954) 713-7700 Brandon Biondo, Cristina Jimenez and Allen Pegg joined Murai Wald Biondo Moreno & Brochin as associates. Erika Dine joined McConnaughhay, Duffy, Coonrod, Pope & Weaver’s Sarasota office. Dine’s practice in the elder law section includes probate, guardianship, and financial exploitation. Lytal, Reiter, Clark, Fountain & Williams named five partners: Nancy L. LaVista, Julie H. Littky-Rubin, Lake H. Lytal, III, David C. Prather, and Kevin C. Smith. Stacy R. Costner joined Levin Tannenbaum in Sarasota and will focus her practice on construction, real estate, and business litigation. Cort A. Neimark joined Fowler White Burnett as a shareholder. Neimark will focus his practice on corporate transactions, estate planning/probate, real estate, and commercial litigation. Traci Kratish opened an office on 14201 W. Sunrise Blvd, Ste. 104 in Sunrise 33323; phone (954) 838-8662; Web site www.kratishlaw.com. The firm’s focus is tax and estate planning and business organizations. Jeffrey Bankowitz, Alexander Dobrev, Jill Harmon, Anissa Knox, Joaquin Martinez, Timothy Miedona, Gregory Slemp, and John VanLongren have been elected senior associates at Lowndes Drosdick Doster Kantor & Reed. Carlos J. Reyes joined Akerman Senterfitt’s Ft. Lauderdale office as a shareholder. Reyes will focus his practice on governmental affairs, procurement, and real estate. Jeffrey D. DeCarlo and Jana Marie Fried joined Foley & Mansfield’s Miami office as partners. Andrew S. Alitowski became a partner at Wedderburn, Jacobs & Alitowski. The new firm concentrates on personal injury, criminal, commercial and employment matters, and real estate litigation. The firm is located at 16300 NE 19th Ave., Ste 244, North Miami Beach 33162; phone (305) 919-9222. Judith “Judy” M. Mercier of Orlando was named chair of Holland & Knight’s Women’s Initiative Program. Thomas A. Culmo has partnered with Daniel D. Dolan III to form The Law Offices of Culmo Dolan P.L. Sandra I. Tart returned to Fowler White Burnett to work on securities practice at its Ft. Lauderdale office. Kimberly Laucella joined Akerman Senterfitt’s real estate group as an associate in their Orlando office. Kim Wells joined the Merlin Law Group’s Tampa office as an associate. Alex H. Zaharias was named an associate in the Orlando office of George, Hartz, Lundeen, Fulmer, Johnstone & Stevens. He is assigned to the workers’ compensation defense division. Albert F. Tellechea joined Holland & Knight’s Orlando office as a partner in its litigation section. Gabriel E. Nieto joined Berger Singerman’s Miami office and will focus his practice on administration and regulatory law. Jose Villalobos and Alex Villalobos joined Akerman Senterfitt as of counsel in its Miami office. David L. Luikart III joined Hill, Ward & Henderson as an associate in its litigation group. Stephen C. Watson and J. Tom Watson joined GrayRobinson’s Lakeland Office. Steve joins as an equity partner and Tom as an associate. 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Sharing is caring! 93 Views 15 comments Share Share Danny JosephDanny Joseph of Steber Street is now out on $20, 00.00 bail after a “no objection to bail” submission from police Prosecutor Innocent Toussaint.Joseph was charged on June 7th, 2012 for “allegedly” wounding Omar Thomas on 3rd June, 2012 at the Krazy Kokonuts in Castle Comfort.He was not allowed to enter a plea as the offence is indictable.His attorney, Dawn Yearwood Stuart, did not make an application for bail on her client’s behalf and informed the court that he was already on bail for allegedly committing another offence [murder].However on Thursday, Joseph’s father appeared in court and stood as his son’s surety.He was ordered to comply with his previous bail condition set by the high court to report every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the Roseau police station.Joseph was “warned” by magistrate Candia Carrette George to, “stay away from places where you will get yourself in trouble and continue to abide by your bail conditions”.The preliminary inquiry is set for September 3rd, 2012.Jeremian “Miah” Challenger photo credit: facebookMeanwhile, Jeremiah “Miah” Challenger of Bath Estate will remain on remand for a few more days.Challenger along with five other men were jointly charged on 6th July, 2012 for “conspiracy” to import thirty thousand grams of cocaine into Dominica on 5th July, 2012.Just 2nd September last year, Challenger was jointly charged with four other men on six drug related offenses and was granted $200, 000.00 bail by magistrate Ossie LewisAfter hearing from both police prosecutor Innocent Toussaint and Challenger’s attorney Gina Dyer Monroe who replaced his previous attorney Wayne Norde, his application for bail was denied by Carrette George“You are already on bail and you should have been behaving,” she said to the defendant before denying his bail.She also ordered that the prosecution disclose whatever information they have gathered so far from their investigation to the Challenger’s lawyer.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Steber Street man accused of wounding gets bail by: – July 12, 2012 Share Tweet
Leo Najorda hit clutch baskets as Davao Occidental subdued Laguna, 72-66, on Saturday night to extend its streak even as San Juan got back on track in the MPBL Datu Cup at Marist Gym in Marikina.Najorda, a former Philippine Basketball Association player, buried 27 points, including the go-ahead jumper with 22 seconds remaining, as the Tigers clawed their way back from 22 points down in the second half to secure their sixth straight victory.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The former Philippine Christian University guard fired 16 points for the Knights (9-2), who bounced back from a loss to the Rizal Crusaders on Tuesday.The win spoiled a career night for actor Gerald Anderson, who had 11 points for Marikina (4-7). Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Eagles soar to UAAP lead; Tigers slay Tams The Tigers also stopped the Heroes’ winning streak at four, while rising to 8-3 for solo second behind Muntinlupa (8-1) in the South division.Laguna fell to 6-5, despite strong performances from Michael Mabulac and Denok Miranda, who missed a jumper that could have given the lead back to the Heroes near the end.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“This win is all about character,” said Davao coach Don Dulay. “Things weren’t going our way, but we wanted to go down fighting.”Later, the Knights took their frustrations out on host Marikina with a 77-65 conquest behind another stellar game from Mike Ayonayon. LATEST STORIES Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown MOST READ Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil View comments