Archive for June, 2017
Legal assistance has become a need for many people across the country, no matter the issue, whether it be a criminal matter, child custody issue, write your will, help with a landlord-tenant problem or other legal issue. However, if you live in New York, there is a new fast and easy way of finding legal help within your own backyard, and are prepared to handle their case.
The New York State Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral and Information Service recently launched this online portal for New Yorkers who are in need of a lawyer. The New York State Bar offers this new service 24 hours a day and is totally confidentially. However, the LRIS phone service is still available for those who prefer that method.
The New York State Bar Association confirms that they have vetted and approved these lawyers and they are in good legal standing. This service from Lawyer Referral and Information Service is easing the stress of getting legal assistance. The New York State Bar Association launched this with help from Legal.io, who is a national provider of referral technology for those in the legal field.
Lawyers are now able to serve more people at a lower cost. The Lawyer Referral and Information Service has helped grow legal offices across the state. The New York State Bar Association is the largest in the country with 72,000 members.
Jeremy Goldstein is one of the lawyers who may help you, when New Yorkers use this service. He is currently partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates. He has advised corporations and executives on issues involving corporate governance and executive compensation.
Jeremy Goldstein received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his J.D. from New York University Law School. He has been a key player in more than a dozen of the largest corporate transactions of the last 10 years.
Visit http://jlgassociates.com/ for more details.
Lime Crime creator Doe Deere has her morning routine down to a fine art. If you ask her how she starts her morning routine, she will eagerly tell you. The personable businesswoman swears by her rise and shine music. Doe says she has to have her 9 hours of sleep — while everyone is different, that’s her optimal number. She doesn’t use an alarm, so her internal clock wakes her up each morning at 8:30 a.m.
“I am definitely a morning person. I love waking up in my own home and fixing breakfast in my own kitchen.” She says that most of the time, she just gazes out the window while taking in breakfast and contemplates the day.
Doe lives in Los Angeles, where the air is very dry. “I have to stay hydrated. It’s the best thing for keeping the skin fully hydrated.” Doe says she drinks one full glass of water in the morning before she does her stretching routine. Although she admits to not being the most athletic person, she does some light stretching and exercises to stay loose. Next comes breakfast. Doe says she loves grits and fruit. The oranges she has comes from her own tree.
Since she lives her life by her cell phone calendar, it’s the first thing she checks in the morning when she wakes up. “I have to stay abreast of all the goings on before I go to the office,” says Doe. Listening to music while putting on her makeup is a must. Her favorite album: The Beatles Abbey Road. “It has always been one of my favorite albums, and I grew up listening to it.”
Doe says makeup time is her favorite time of the day because she can be free. Her favorite moisturizer is Murad’s Hydrodynamic Quenching Essence. She also loves Loreal True Match Foundation. And speaking of foundations, Doe says it’s something she’s working on and hopes to bring to her line in a couple of years.
Doe says she feels great when she arrives in the office at about noon. She eats, socializes with her team, and all is right with the world. “I have so much energy, I can work until midnight, if I have to.”
Read more at https://www.savoirflair.com/beauty/288147/doe-deere-morning-routine.
If you’re someone who enjoys keeping in touch with your close friends, then perhaps Securus Technologies is a program that may be of a benefit to you. You may find that it’s a program that’s going to allow you to benefit in more ways than one. It may enable you to finally communicate with an inmate who has been confined in a correctional facility and you’ve been unable to visit them due to scheduling conflicts with the time(s)/date(s) that were provided to you by the representative of the correctional facility‘s communications department.
Securus Technologies is a website that is providing several benefits to its immediate users and those who are in neighboring communities of the correctional facilities. This is because it is a program that’s giving officers of law enforcement agencies permission to monitor the conversations that occur between the two parties engaged in the conversations. If you’re not sure whether Securus Technologies is a good program for you to potentially give a try, please don’t hesitate to reach out to a help desk representative, as they’re always willing to assist anyone with any issues that they may have pertaining to the communicative platform. Securus Technologies has been given a lot of credit as being a system of communications that is truly benefiting everyone, as opposed to just one single party. Why not give the program a try for yourself to see whether it is something that you can see yourself utilizing in the long run? If an inmate is in confinement for a long period of time, then you may certainly consider installing it onto a device that is compatible. All you may need to do is visit the communicative program’s website so that you can download the program and begin chatting with an inmate who may be needing someone to chat with.
The Frontera Fund reported that for the fourth time, the bi-national concert called Without Borders, on the line of Agua Prieta, Arizona took place. According to Frontera Fund benefactors, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, culture and artistic talent transcend any wall or border. The Sonoran Institute of Culture reported that rhythm and melodies of the musicians, from both neighboring sides shined at the concert.
Lacey and Larkin explained that the dividing line between the two border towns of northeastern Sonora and Arizona set the stage for the event. The free concert and cultural event was for all ages, and musical notes of artists on both sides of the border simultaneously join in an effort to develop together the Sonoran Institute of Culture, and officials of both municipalities.
The border fence was the meeting point for the population of both cities. Musicians from the University of Sonora, an assembly of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the State of Sonora, the Binational Choir, and string players of Cochise College in Arizona all convened. Also participating were saxophonists Francisco Barrios, and guitarists Dieter Hennings, and José Jesús Rodríguez; Dan Simonis and The New Mexicans, and Mariachi Folklorico 18th Cochise College Guitar Workshop.
Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin say these musicians serve to symbolize the unity and diversity of both nations. Despite the anti-immigrant policies of the administration of Donald Trump in the United States, the offices of culture in the governments of Claudia Pavlovich Arellano and President Doug Ducey, were instrumental in organizing this artistic event as part of the tourism boost to the “Mega-Region” economic Sonora-Arizona. Lacey and Larkin said these activities are very important for tourism, economy and progress in border cities, and they also generate a close coexistence among the many families that are divided by the international border.
Larkin and Lacey say the border wall does not separate how united we are in the fight and this is an example of what the Frontera Fund stands for. The organization brings everyone together to demand compliance, and campaign against unfair guidelines that keep families apart. The Frontera Fund was founded four years ago by media executives, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin.
According to their own account, both men were wrongly arrested, and held illegally by controversial Arizona sheriff, Joe Arpaio. After winning a $3.7 million dollar lawsuit, both men established the Frontera Fund. A grassroots organization to benefit the Hispanic community in Arizona. Today, the Frontera Fund benefits national organizations to raise awareness of civil rights, human rights, and migrant abuse.
Learn more about Michael Lacey: http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/blogs/az-aclu-honors-new-times-founders-jim-larkin-and-mike-lacey-as-civil-libertarians-of-the-year-6500737
The Honey Birdette lingerie brand may only have its roots in 2006 when the brand was formed as an idea by founder and creative director Eloise Monaghan, but the rise of the lingerie and adult products store has been breathtaking since it was first launched in Australia. Honey Birdette is now one of the leading lingerie retailers in the U.K., where a move to develop its number of stores from three to over 40 has been announced and will be completed by 2018.
The rise of the luxury lingerie brand has not been limited to Australia and the U.K., but has also seen a major series of developments in the U.S. where the focus has shifted away from brick and mortar stores to a dedicated move towards Online retailing. A 374 percent rise in Online sales on the Honey Birdette site in the U.S. has prompted a greater level of customer support to be considered by the company, which will result in a Website being developed specifically for U.S. customers to use with easier purchasing and return options for all consumers.
Honey Birdette takes a unique approach to the retail industry in the way ot turns a simple shopping experience into an event that will live long in the memory of all those who are involved in any visit that takes them through the black doors of a Honey Birdette store. As champagne flows for customers the store assistants, known as “Honey’s” turn retail decisions into a serious form of art with their knowledge and playful attitude.
One of the main reasons for the ongoing success of the Honey Birdette brand has been the ongoing commitment to the project of founder Eloise Monaghan, who has remained committed to maintaining the high standards of luxury she started the business with.
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