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U.S. Sanctions Ukraine Oligarch Kolomoyskiy, Family Over Alleged Corruption

Radio Free Europe 05 Mar 2021
The U.S ... Kolomoyskiy is one of the most influential tycoons in Ukraine ... shell companies. Optima Ventures informed a Florida court on February 5 that it will file for arbitration against the United States in the World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) for attempting to seize the Texas building worth $23 million.
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Law Offices of Christopher H. Tovar, P.L.L.C. Launches New Website

Odessa American 02 Mar 2021
With 20 years of experience in FINRA securities arbitration and litigation around the country, Christopher H ... Tovar is licensed in Michigan, Texas, Florida, New York, and Illinois and operates nationwide. Michigan, Florida, Illinois, California, and New Jersey require bar membership to arbitrate FINRA cases in their jurisdictions.
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Arbitration decision clearing Cedar Rapids man of any wrongdoing in Florida death case is final, ...

Cedar Rapids Gazette 12 Feb 2021
CEDAR RAPIDS — An arbitration ... A judge sent the case to a non-binding arbitration, a neutral party, which is allowed in Florida law, and the arbitrator ruled based on the evidence, which is mainly circumstantial, Calkins isn’t responsible for the disappearance.
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Ukraine Tycoons Sue U.S., Call Asset Seizure 'Misguided' Foreign Interference

Radio Free Europe 10 Feb 2021
real-estate holding company controlled by billionaires Ihor Kolomoyskiy and Hennadiy Boholyubov, informed a Florida court on February 5 that it will file for arbitration against the United States in the World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
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Condo board suing Florida woman over feeding of stray cat

Dothan Eagle 29 Jan 2021
(AP) — A condominium association in Florida is suing a 78-year-old woman over the feeding of a stray cat ... Last year, the condo association took its case to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation for arbitration, which is a process required before this kind of condo dispute can go to court, the newspaper reported.
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Tampa condo complex sues 78-year-old woman accused of feeding stray cats

Tampa Bay Times 29 Jan 2021
Last year, the condo association took its case to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation for arbitration, a process required before this kind of condo dispute can go to court. But Hussey never responded to the petition for arbitration ... arbitrator’s order.
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Florida Condo Board Sues Elderly Woman, 78, Over Feeding Of Stray Cat

CBS Sports 29 Jan 2021
Last year, the condo association took its case to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation for arbitration, which is a process required before this kind of condo dispute can go to court, the newspaper reported. Hussey never responded to the petition for arbitration.
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The 30 highest-paying jobs in Florida

Business Insider 28 Jan 2021
Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers make an average of $226,930 a year in Florida. Digital Vision./Getty Images Some Wall Street executives are interested in moving to Florida. In Florida, medical professions make the most money, but there are many lucrative jobs in the Sunshine State ... Number of people employed in Florida.
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Florida wrongful death lawsuit envelops Cedar Rapids man, a former deputy

News-Press Now 18 Jan 2021
18—CEDAR RAPIDS — A Cedar Rapids man who is a former Florida sheriff's deputy being sued by the family of a man who went missing in 2004 after a traffic stop may face a civil jury trial if a judge doesn't accept a recent arbitration decision ... the case, as allowed in Florida law.
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ACEDS Appoints Three New Members to Global Advisory Board

Mesabi Daily News 12 Jan 2021
William Hamilton is the Senior Legal Skills Professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law (UF Law) ... He has taught electronic discovery for the past 10 years and is an author of the LexisNexis Practice Guide Florida e-Discovery and Evidence and A Student Electronic Discovery Primer ... Florida Contract Litigation.
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Richard Rombro, retired Baltimore City judge and advocate for progressive causes, dies

Carroll County Times 25 Nov 2020
Richard Rombro, a retired judge who was an advocate for progressive causes and who formerly served in the Maryland General Assembly, died of stroke complications Nov. 17 at Roland Park Place ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Murphy Jr ... In retirement, he moved to Lake Worth, Florida, and returned to Maryland periodically for mediation and arbitration work.
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