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Casey Grillo, of the band Kamelot, signing an Endorser Agreement with Zildjian Cymbals. Casey will begin a new tour of the US in October and is delighted to be Zildjian’s newest Cymbal endorser. He is joined in the photograph by Paul Quin who helped Casey in negotiations with Zildjian.      
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John Blackwell, drummer for Prince, Justin Timberlake, Patti Labelle, Cameo and others signs his Artist Series Drumstick Agreement with Zildjian.  He is joined in the photograph by Paul Quin who helped John negotiate the deal with Zildjian.      
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Saxon Gilmore is pleased to announce that Gerald T. Buhr has joined the firm as of counsel. Mr. Buhr is certified by the Florida Bar in city, county and local government law, and also concentrates his practice in the areas of environmental law, land use and water law, lobbying, mediation, and administrative law. Mr. Buhr...
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Ricardo Gilmore, senior partner, Rhonda Stringer, partner, and Jozette Chack-On, partner, at Saxon Gilmore, were guest moderators and/or speakers at the Florida Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (FAHRO) convention held August 12 – 15, 2008 at the Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort and Club in Aventura, Florida. The convention provides an opportunity for Public Housing...
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By Mike Wright, Citrus County Chronicle A judge this month ruled that citrus County officials violated the state’s public records law in a lawsuit involving the Ozello Water Association. The county must pay for a forensic expert to search the computer hard drive of a consultant to retrieve e-mails that may have been improperly deleted,...
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We appreciate the dedication and exceptional performance of America’s military service personnel. We recognize the sacrifices they make to defend freedom and democracy at home and abroad. A group of Saxon Gilmore employees has collected funds and shipped almost 100 boxes of morale-raising gifts and countless notes of support to a U.S. Army helicopter medical...
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Creative professionals seminar focuses on business building skills By Alexis Muellner, Editor, Tampa Bay Business Journal The Creative Professionals Development Association has organized a full-day event on the basics of business development, including selling techniques, marketing to individuals, groups and agencies, finance skills for getting to the next level and legal advice for navigating creative...
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by Christopher Goffard, Times Staff Writer Calling the state’s case “a stretch,” a Hillsborough judge Wednesday tossed out charges against eight antiwar activists arrested for blocking the road outside MacDill Air Force Base. The activists all faced charges of resisting or opposing an officer, a first-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail....
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Mythical Traditions and Fictions:  The Rehnquist Court and United States v. Ursery By Paul Quin, Partner, Saxon, Gilmore, Carraway & Gibbons, P.A. The Supreme Court’s recent decision in United States v. Ursery provides further evidence that constitutionally guaranteed protections may wither in the face of a national dilemma.  Recent scholarship has copiously documented the effect...
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