IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR THE 17TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA
ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT
OF CREDITORS OF CIVIL DIVISION
STUDIO IMPORTS, LTD., INC.,
a Florida corporation,
CASE NO. 14-018491-CACE-14
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT
TO: CREDITORS AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on September 23, 2014, a petition commencing an assignment for the benefit of creditors pursuant to Chapter 727, Florida Statutes, made by STUDIO IMPORTS, LTD., INC., a Florida corporation, Assignor, with its principal place of business at 2252 Hayes St, Hollywood, FL 33020, to MICHAEL PHELAN, Assignee, whose address is Michael Moecker Associates, Inc., 3613 N 29 Ave, Hollywood, FL 33020, was filed.
Halloween cometh early for Warner Bros., which has been hit with a new lawsuit over The Conjuring horror franchise. In this instance, the big scare was delivered in a Houston, Texas, courtroom in the form of a claim that its subsidiary New Line Cinema violated a federal racketeering law by defrauding the creator of The Conjuring, by swindling Harvey Weinstein on The Hobbit and cheating other victims.
‘Hobbit’ Trilogy Reportedly Cost $745 Million to Make
The lawsuit comes from Tony DeRosa-Grund and his family trust. His Evergreen Media Group has been fighting Warner Bros. over
Workers’ compensation is the system that compensates employees who are injured on the job financially without requiring a personal injury lawsuit. But do you need a lawyer to guide you through the process?
The system is set up to be “no fault,” meaning that any negligence on the part of the employee or the employer is not at issue. Nevertheless, successfully claiming workers’ compensation benefits can be a complicated, frustrating process, especially if your claim is denied.
Working with a workers’ compensation attorney may be the best way to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Here are five things a workers’ comp lawyer can do that you probably can’t:
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An Indiana man arrested last week and charged with the murder of a 19-year-old woman made his first appearance in court today after leading police to the bodies of six more women he is believed to have killed.
Despite his earlier cooperation with police, suspect Darren Vann, 43, was silent during his first court appearance, reports the Chicago Tribune.
Vann’s refusal to answer questions posed by the judge caused the judge to postpone the hearing for a week; she also warned Vann that he may be held in contempt if he continued to stonewall.
Jocori Scarborough, 18, was found guilty of second-degree rape, false imprisonment, second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and disturbing or threatening a student.
Updated Wed., Nov. 22, 3:20 p.m. EDT: 7-Eleven issued a statement alleging that the father in the video was previously (not during this incident) caught on tape stealing: “Unfortunately, that video neglects to tell the whole story and appears to be intended to create unrest and misdirect anger. We have video that has been turned over to local law enforcement of the individual who was not served and who was stealing from the store several times, causing disruption in the store and intimidating other customers. Neither race or racism was a factor in what happened in that video. The franchisee for this store, herself, is Black/African-American, and during the incident on tape another African-American customer was served. We explained this to the Caucasian lady who purchased the chips. She was sorry that she was outspoken against the employees and was sympathetic to
Graham, though, explained to the paper, “Sometimes when it’s really close, such as within an inch or so, there is no stipple, just smoke.”