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B-CU professor sues student over her groping claim
By LYDA LONGA, Staff writer send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
May 11, 2011 12:05 AM
Posted in: East Volusia
DAYTONA BEACH -- A tenured professor at Bethune-Cookman University who was suspended with pay after a student accused him of groping her, has filed a lawsuit against the woman saying she has destroyed his reputation.
Sampson Oli, 66, head of the college's criminal justice program, said Tuesday he's in disbelief over what's happened to him at the school and the allegations of sexual misconduct filed against him by student Chrystal Albury. Read More Here
Let's Talk Money welcome Earnest DeLoach to our show.
The ladies of Let's Talk Money welcome Earnest DeLoach to our show. Tune in Tuesday at 1:00pm on wokbradio.com or 1680AM.
25 Young Attorneys on the Ryse
Attorneys Young and Deloach make list of 25 Young atttorneys on the Ryse. Click on cover for more
Earnest Deloach of Young & DeLoach PLLC on Star 94 FM
Earnest Deloach of Young & DeLoach PLLC, Florida State Senator Gary Siplin, and Derek Bruce of Edge Public Affairs dicuss important issues. To hear the complete dicussion click here.
Mother of bullied middle-schooler sues Volusia schools
By LYDA LONGA, Staff Writer send an email to email@example.com
December 20, 2011 12:50 AM
Posted in: West Volusia
Tagged: Dondre Jones
DELAND -- The mother of a special needs child who has been repeatedly bullied in Volusia County middle schools filed a lawsuit against the School Board on Monday claiming the agency and one of its former teachers failed to provide a safe setting for the youngster.
When a group of boys pulled down the gym shorts of 13-year-old Dondre Jones' at Holly Hill Middle School in October 2010, police called it a case of "classic bullying."
The boys photographed Dondre from the waist down and broadcast the images on each other's cell phones, police said. Read More
Young DeLoach Attorneys at Law: How to Avoid Construction Liens
by Earnest DeLoach, Jr., Esq.
Statutory construction liens can prevent you from selling or refinancing property and could cause a court-ordered sale of your property. Even if you did many things right, it could happen to you. For instance, you chose a reputable licensed contractor referred by a family member that works in the industry. You paid your contractor timely to ensure he pays his subcontractors and material suppliers, and the work proceeds without interruption or delay. Finally, your new deck/sunroom/master bath is finished and you can enjoy the fruits of your savvy, hardnosed administration of the small-scale construction project. Read More Here
Orlando mother – son suing Walmart for assault when they returned television
Orlando Fla Dec 28 2011 An Orlando mother and son are suing Walmart, claiming employees of the retail giant assaulted them when they tried to return a television that was incorrectly packaged.
Records show the incident took place Nov. 14, 2009, at a Walmart on John Young Parkway in Orange County, after Paula and Justin Ohle say they bought a TV from the store.
However, they say they found the box contained a different TV than it was supposed to. They complained to management by phone, and say they were promised a refund.
But when they returned to the store, according to their suit, the Ohles were confronted by store security. The mother and son say security officers tried to remove them by force.
According to the lawsuit, officers pushed Paula Ohle to the ground, "violently" subdued her son and later falsely accused them of crimes when sheriff's deputies arrived. Read More Here
New magazine reflects Orlando as destination for young black professionals
By Jeff Kunerth, Orlando Sentinel July 14, 2011
= J. Jackson Sr. thinks there are enough young black professionals like himself in Central Florida to justify a slick, fat magazine aimed specifically at them. He will soon find out how deep the growing pool of black business owners, entrepreneurs, executives, doctors, lawyers, accountants and educators really is.
On Saturday, Jackson will hold a party at the Amway Center to launch RYSE magazine, a bimonthly publication with features on networking, arts, entertainment, sports, personality profiles, politics and finance. The name of the magazine is an acronym for Recognizing Young Successful Executives. Read More Here
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