May 1, 2010 Regular News Federal Judicial Roundtable set for Annual Convention Florida Bar members will have an opportunity to talk informally with federal judges in small group settings, courtesy of the Bar’s Federal Court Practices Committee.This year’s Federal Judicial Roundtable is set for June 24, from 2:15 to 4:45 p.m., at the Bar’s Annual Convention at the Boca Raton Resort & Club A reception will follow the event.The Federal Judicial Roundtable is a highly interactive discussion group regarding topics relevant to both the bench and bar, including judges’ and lawyers’ communications about pending cases.This year’s roundtable will feature Chief Judge Joel Dubina of the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, along with more than 30 federal judges and several federal practitioners from across Florida, discussing current topics in Florida’s federal courts. Former Florida Bar President Hank Coxe will moderate the event, and a reception will follow.The event is free to all Bar members, law professors, and law students; however, seating is limited and advance registration is required.Register online using The Florida Bar Annual Convention online registration form (see the “Ticketed/Special Events” section) at www.floridabar.org. For further information about the event or the registration process, contact Dawn Saucier at [email protected] or telephone (850) 561-5704. Federal Judicial Roundtable set for Annual Convention
Ceres-Negros and Shan United were too familiar with each other after battling thrice last year – first in the Champions League preliminary and in the AFC Cup group stage – all won by the Negrenses.However, much has changed for the Shan United as it has strengthened their lineup with Brazilians in Maycon, Dedimar, and Hedipo Conceicao to correct their narrow losses from last year.Ceres-Negros, meanwhile, added Bosnian Mahir Karic up front to reinforce their core and recent local signings in Jun Badelic, Dennis Villanueva, and Philippine Azkals mainstay Alvaro Silva.The Ceres-Negros and Shan United match is slated at seven in the evening and is scheduled to be shown live at 5Plus channel and on cable TV via Fox Sports 2./PN Bienvenido Maranon during Ceres-Negros FC’s practice session in preparation for their 2019 AFC Cup match against Myanmar’s Shan United tonight at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City. CERES NEGROS AFTER failing to qualify to the AFC Champions League, Ceres-Negros FC begins its campaign in the 2019 AFC Cup as it plays host to Myanmar’s Shan United tonight at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.Ceres-Negros head coach Risto Vidakovic said he is confident that they will perform better in the AFC Cup after assessing their mistakes during their 2-1 loss to Myanmar United in the first leg of AFC Champions League qualifier last month.“The game (against Myanmar United) was uncomfortable for us as that was our first game as a team since September (during the Copa Paulino Alcantara),” Vidakovic said. “But that was not an excuse.”“We have prepared for the AFC Cup and have made the necessary adjustments to perform better,” he added. “We expect another grinding match with both teams eyeing for maximum points in the opening day.”
Beech: “Here at the Kenai Chamber, we are going to have John Parker with Integrated Robotics Imaging Systems and he is going to do a presentation on the unmanned aerial vehicle for their commercial uses. Exciting little thing, I got to see a preview of his presentation, super cool, and he’s going to bring one of them in.” Beech said the vehicle, known more commonly as a drone, will be on display today… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Chamber of Commerce will get a closer look at some cutting edge technology today, according to Executive Director Johna Beech… Beech: “He’s promised me he’s not going to fly it in the center, because I got a little concerned, cause we have historical artifacts. He said he won’t fly it, but he will have it on display, and he said he needs an 8×8 space.” Today’s lunch started at noon.