Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Facebook TAGS NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 23, 2021– Front Office Sports is seeking nominations for the 2021 Rising 25 Award presented by Anheuser-Busch. Established in 2017, the Rising 25 Award was created to honor up and comers in the sports industry. Now in its fifth year, it has become one of the most competitive and prestigious awards to win in sports business. In 2020, Front Office Sports received more than 500 nominations. The Class of 2020 hit a milestone with 16 of the 25 winners being female. “Being named to the Front Office Sports Rising 25 is an incredible honor,” said Adam White, CEO of Front Office Sports. “We expect our largest group of nominations ever this year, following up on a 2020 that saw us receive more than 500, and a class that turned out to be our most competitive and diverse ever.” Anheuser-Busch will be this year’s presenting partner. “Sports have been evolving at an ever increasing pace, and this next wave of leaders have proven to be at the forefront of shaping this evolution,” said Matt Davis, Head of U.S. Sports Marketing, Anheuser-Busch. “At Anheuser-Busch, we’re always looking for what’s next, and how to continue to drive engagement and excitement in sports; we’re honored to be partnered with FOS to recognize those leaders with this shared passion.” The selection process for the Class of 2021 will be judged through a variety of factors including, but not limited to:Size & scope of work responsibilities.Accomplishments over their school or professional career up to this point.Leadership roles.Out of Work Activities – professional organizations, volunteering, etc.The scope of influence within their area of expertise.More specific business results driven by ideas/execution of the nominee. To be eligible for nomination, nominees have to be 25 and under, born on or after March 23, 1995. Nominations close March 23, 2021. Winners will be notified the week of April 26, followed by a public announcement for the Rising Class of 2021 in May 2021. Front Office Sports will celebrate this year’s winner in the fall. Events will be announced at a later date. If you would like to nominate a candidate, please follow the nomination process here. 2021 Judges JP Abercrumbie – Associate Athletic Director, SOAR/Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, Rice University, Rising 25 Class of 2017 Cory Bernstine – Senior Director of Strategy, United Soccer League Kofi Brown – Senior Director of Global Basketball Brand Communications, adidas Matt Davis – Head of U.S. Sports Marketing, Anheuser-Busch Jim Huether – CEO, Hyperice Adam Johnson – Marketing Manager, Coolray Heating & Air Conditioning, Rising 25 Class of 2019 Brette Sadler – Head of Corporate Partnerships, MGM Resorts Laura Waters-Brown – Senior Manager, The Collective, Wasserman Bailey Weigel, Digital Platform Manager, New York Knicks, Rising 25 Class of 2018 Jeremy Yarin – Business Operations, GumGum Sports, Rising 25 Class of 2020 About Front Office Sports Front Office Sports (FOS) is one of the most influential media brands covering the $614 billion business of sports. Through its original reporting, daily newsletters, and social channels, it reaches 2M business professionals annually and generates more than 100M digital impressions monthly. The FOS portfolio of awards including Rising 25 and Best Employers in Sports are seen as a benchmark for the industry. For more information, go to frontofficesports.com or follow us @FOS on Twitter and @frontofficesports on Instagram. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210223005242/en/ CONTACT: Larry Fink [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA NEW YORK INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SPORTS SOCIAL MEDIA GENERAL SPORTS SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION SEARCH ENGINE MARKETING BLOGGING OTHER COMMUNICATIONS PUBLISHING PUBLIC RELATIONS/INVESTOR RELATIONS MARKETING ADVERTISING COMMUNICATIONS SOURCE: Front Office Sports Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/23/2021 07:00 AM/DISC: 02/23/2021 07:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210223005242/en Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 23, 2021 Local NewsBusiness Front Office Sports Opens Nominations for 2021 Rising 25 Award Presented by Anheuser-Busch Pinterest WhatsApp Pinterest Previous articleZEDEDA Announces Integration with Microsoft Azure IoT to Seamlessly and Securely Orchestrate Distributed Edge Computing Workloads at ScaleNext articleTScan Therapeutics Strengthens Leadership Team with the Appointment of Brian M. Silver as Chief Financial Officer Digital AIM Web Support
News Pinterest Pinterest By News Highland – December 8, 2011 Twitter WhatsApp Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Previous articleRobert Howard loses bid to stop Arlene InquestNext articleDonegal bank thief caught by Dublin airport policeman News Highland Facebook Twitter Google+ Donegal County Council budget crisis averted Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson A potential 1.6 million euro shortfall in Donegal County Council’s housing budget has been averted after the council was allocated 1.9 million euro from money which wasn’t drawn down by other councils.The allocation was confirmed at a Housing SPC meeting in Lifford yesterday.The council had signed a number of contracts earlier this year in anticipation of the money coming from the Department of the Environment, but they subsequently refused to come up with the funds.Negotiations were further stalled when former Junior Minister Willie Penrose was replaced after resigning the Labour whip last month.Now, however, Housing SPC Chair Cllr Dessie Larkin says extra money has been forthcoming, and the council has some leeway to buy more houses across the county……….[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/dessi1pm.mp3[/podcast] Google+ Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH
News UpdatesWhy 21 Years Delay To Act In Dowry Death Case? SC Seeks Explanation From Bihar DGP, Patna HC Registrar General [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK17 Oct 2020 10:01 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court has directed the Director General of Police, Bihar and Registrar General of the Patna High Court to explain why it took 21 years to arrest a man accused in a dowry death case.FIR was lodged on 02.02.1999 by the brother of a deceased woman alleging that her husband and family had harassed her for dowry. He stated that funeral ceremonies were completed by the husband of the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court has directed the Director General of Police, Bihar and Registrar General of the Patna High Court to explain why it took 21 years to arrest a man accused in a dowry death case.FIR was lodged on 02.02.1999 by the brother of a deceased woman alleging that her husband and family had harassed her for dowry. He stated that funeral ceremonies were completed by the husband of the woman and his family without informing the her side of the family. 10 years later, a charge sheet was filed in the case against all the accused named in the FIR. The final report notes that “sufficient evidence has been made available for chargesheet against all the accused named in the FIR”.Earlier this year, after the High court dismissed his anticipatory bail plea. It noted that as per the case diary a “very highly poisonous substance was detected in the viscera examination of the deceased”. It was on 07.06.2020, the accused was arrested. His bail pleas were dismissed by the Sessions Court and the High Court. “The flagrant delay in conducting the investigation and prosecution of the accused in connection with the serious crime involving the death of a young married woman is extremely troubling, and the reasons for the same are unclear.”, said the bench comprising Justices NV Ramana, Surya Kant and Aniruddha Bose while considering the appeal filed by the accused husband.The court added that it is ‘quite alarming’ that no actions were taken by the police against the accused. The materials placed on record indicate a shocking state of affairs, the bench said.The bench, while dismissing the bail plea, also issued notice to the Director General of Police, Bihar and Registrar General of the Patna High Court. The court directed them to place a report about the particulars of the case and also reasons behind such inordinate delay.Case: Bachcha Pandey vs. State of Bihar [Special Leave to Appeal (Crl.) No.4769/2020]Coram: Justices NV Ramana, Surya Kant and Aniruddha BoseClick here to Read/Download OrderRead OrderNext Story
News UpdatesKarnataka High Court Rejects Devegowda’s Plea To Reopen Defamation Suit For Producing Additional Evidence Mustafa Plumber18 Jan 2021 8:00 PMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court has dismissed a petition filed by Rajya Sabha Member and former Prime Minister of India, H D Devegowda, seeking to quash a civil court disallowing him to adduce evidence at trial stage in a defamation suit, initiated against him. Justice Krishna S Dixit while rejecting the petition noted that “The suits founded on the tort of defamation need to be tried…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Karnataka High Court has dismissed a petition filed by Rajya Sabha Member and former Prime Minister of India, H D Devegowda, seeking to quash a civil court disallowing him to adduce evidence at trial stage in a defamation suit, initiated against him. Justice Krishna S Dixit while rejecting the petition noted that “The suits founded on the tort of defamation need to be tried as expeditiously as possible; reputation, be it personal or occupational, for any person is sacrosanct.” It added “The Apex Court has ruled that the right to reputation is a facet of Article 21 of the Constitution of India. The public memory being too short to be little, the claim for redressal for the hurt of reputation merits speedier consideration and ideally speaking, before the public memory fades. In defamation suits, award of damages in terms of money hardly constitutes a full recompense for the injury suffered. Delayed justice makes it still worse; this is an added reason for the speedy trial of such suits. They cannot be allowed to be dragged on indefinitely; this inarticulate premise having animated the decision of the learned trial judge’s impugned order is not vulnerable for challenge.” The minister had challenged the order dated November 17, 2020, by which the civil court had rejected his applications filed serially & belatedly requesting for reopening the suit stage, so that he can lead his evidence. M/S Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprise Limited had filed the suit against Deve gowda on June 27, 2012. The plaintiff claimed the damages in a sum of Rupees Ten Crore. The written Statement was filed on 13.08.2012 resisting the suit.Issues have been framed years ago; plaintiff’s evidence was completed on 06.02.2019 and the matter was posted to 26.02.2019 for the defence evidence. However, the petitioner (Devegowda) & his counsel remained absent and therefore, his evidence was taken as nil. When the suit was posted for arguments, about a year thereafter the subject applications were moved once again, for reopening the suit stage. The court in its order went through the memorandum of facts filed by Devegowda along with his application and considered the order of the trial court and said “The learned judge of the Court below having exercised his discretion in accordance with rules of reason & justice, has made the impugned order the kind of which does not merit a deeper examination at the hands of a Writ Court exercising a limited supervisory jurisdiction constitutionally vested in it by Article 227. It added that “The opinion of the learned judge that the petitioner has been dragging on the suit proceeding is formed on the basis of what has been reflected in the Order Sheet; there is no reason to doubt the same; in matters like this, a Writ court cannot run a race of opinions with learned judges of the Courts below.” The court has now requested the trial judge to dispose off the subject suit within an outer limit of nine months, all contentions of the parties having been otherwise kept open. Case Detail:Case Title: H D DEVEGOWDA And M/S NANDI INFRASTRUCTURE CORRIDOR ENTERPRISE LIMITED, Case No: WRIT PETITION NO.725 OF 2021 Date of Order: 15TH DAY OF JANUARY, 2021 Coram: Justice Krishna S Dixit Appearance: Advocate PRAKASH G R for petitionerClick Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th As expected, Donal Kelly, father of the late Manus “Mandy” Kelly, will be co-opted on to Donegal County Council next week to fill the vacancy created when his son died during June’s Donegal International Rally.Mr Kelly was unanimously ratified at a party meeting last evening, and will be co-opted on to the council at next Monday’s full meeting of council in Lifford. Google+ Twitter Google+ Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Facebook Pinterest Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleMedical school plans at Magee delayed againNext articleLetterkenny gardai investigate two burglaries and an assault News Highland Homepage BannerNews Donal Kelly to be co-opted on to Donegal County Council Twitter WhatsApp By News Highland – November 19, 2019 WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Previous articleLUH & Sligo defer procedures & appointmentsNext articleTwo men wanted over attempted break-in at pensioners home News Highland By News Highland – March 16, 2020 Twitter WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Facebook Twitter Google+ Google+ Woman left shaken after finding intruder in her home A woman has been left shaken after coming across a man breaking into her home in Letterkenny. The incident happened in the early hours of Friday morning last at around 2.10am in the Glencar Park area of the town.The lady got out of bed and noticed that the light was on in the kitchen and the kitchen door was open.She went in and seen a male crouched down packing up some of her belongings.She exited the kitchen into the hallway and locked the door and shouted for the male to leave and that she was calling the Gardaí.He then left. It is not known how long this male was in the property and he had searched through a number of rooms before being found.He was wearing a black jacket. A Nokia phone, a tablet with a lime green cover, a number of other small items and a small sum of cash was stolen.Gardai in Letterkenny are appealing to anyone in the Glencar area who may have seen this male to contact them particularly taxi drivers who may have been in the area and who would also have dash cam footage. Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further
Data fileOn 12 Mar 2002 in Personnel Today Our continuing series of articles which give the basics on key areas ofemployment legislationFixed-term employeesThe hard factsThe Fixed Term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations2002 are due to come into force on 10 July 2002. The regulations will prohibitemployers from discriminating against fixed-term employees and limit the use ofsuccessive fixed-term contracts. The regulations are being introduced as secondary legislation under theEmployment Bill and will implement the EC Directive on Fixed Term Work. The main changes The main changes that the regulations will introduce are: – A right not to be treated less favourably than those on permanentcontracts, unless the treatment can be objectively justified – A right to receive a written statement of reasons within 21 days ofrequest if a fixed-term employee believes he has been less favourably treated – An obligation on employers to advertise permanent vacancies in a mannerreasonably likely to come to fixed-term employees’ attention– The use of successive fixed-term contracts will be limited to a maximum offour years, subject to limited exceptions– Fixed-term employees will no longer be entitled to waive their right to astatutory redundancy payment and– A dismissal of an employee seeking to enforce rights under the Regulationswill be automatically unfair. Who will the regulations apply to? – All employees who are employed on fixed-term contracts, so it does notcover the wider category of ‘workers’ used in other discrimination legislation.Agency workers, apprentices, government-supported training schemes and thearmed forces are excluded. Pay and pensions – After the initial consultation, the Government has decided that thenon-discrimination principle in the regulations will cover pay and pensions.Accordingly, it will become unlawful for occupational pension schemes toexclude employee who are on fixed-term contracts from membership if comparablepermanent employees are eligible, unless it can be objectively justified. Part-time and agency workers – As a result of the regulations, the Part-time Workers (Prevention of LessFavourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 will be amended on 30 June 2002 toabolish distinction between fixed-term and open-ended contracts. – It has been widely reported that the EU is putting together proposals togive temporary/agency workers equivalent employment rights to permanentemployees. CBI comment is at: http://www.cbi.org.uk/home.htmlReading around the subject – The first consultation took place last year, and the Government responseto it can be found at: http://www.dti.gov.uk/er/fixed/response.htm– Final consultation is now in progress, and the deadline for responses is15 April 2002. The consultation document (including explanatory notes) is at: http://www.dti.gov.uk/er/fixed/consult2.htmIn the news – Equal Opportunities Commission comment on the Regulations: http://www.eoc.org.uk/cseng/legislation/legal_developments.asp– CBI comment on the proposals implemented under the Employment Bill: http://www.cbi.org.ukBy Claire Hughes at Wragg & Co Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.
Joseph J. Caserta May 4, 1922 – February 5, 2021 Ocean City, New Jersey | Age 98 Joseph J. Caserta, Sr. of Ocean City, NJ (formerly of Lansdowne, PA) passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family February 5, 2021, at age 98.He was born May 4, 1922 in Philadelphia, PA to the late Angelo and Maria (Gambaro) Caserta. Joe was the youngest and last of a loving family of seven children, five boys, and two girls, and raised by a widowed mother. Beloved husband of 70 years of the late Eileen (Vandevere) Caserta.Survived by his loving and devoted sons Joseph (Rita), Michael (Kathy), Tom (Shirley), and Jess; and his adoring eight grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother-in-law Jess (Pete) Vandevere. Joe (Tanker Joe) was an immensely proud United States Army Veteran.Starting a few weeks after D Day, he was assigned to the 3rd Armored Division, also known to some for its nickname, the Spearhead Division. Joe served as a driver and commander of “Everlasting” (Sherman Tank) in E-Company, 32nd AR, 3rd Armored Division.During World War II he and his comrades led the way from Normandy to Berlin over 1,500 miles, 1,300 miles under enemy fire, during one of the coldest winters in 45 years, including the Battle of the Bulge, and the Battle of Cologne, which is the basis of the book Spearhead, and perhaps the most famous tank battle in history.Tanker Joe earned the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, American Campaign Medal, World War II Medal, and European African Middle Eastern Campaign Medal. In 2013 he was appointed as Chevalier of the Legion of Honor by the President of the French Republic for his contributions to France’s liberation during World War II. Most recently he received the Distinguished Service Medal from the State New Jersey for distinguished service in the U.S. Army during WWII.Returning from Europe, Joe opened an auto repair shop, and in 1975 expanded the business with a partner in the auto body and repair business. In 1987 Joe retired and moved with his beloved wife, Eileen, to Ocean City, where he and his family spent every summer vacationing there.Also, during retirement he started to attend the 3RD Armored Division Reunions and met with many Veterans and their families, and for the first time in his life, he started talking about the war. That’s when the stories all started coming back to him. It also gave him an outlet and a chance to see old friends. At the end of each reunion the Veterans joined in song with one of his favorites “God Be with You Till We Meet Again”.Joe and Eileen spent many years at their favorite spots in Ocean City, and also worked part time for another 25 years at a local new car lot, plus spent many a day and night at the VFW Post 6650 and the American Legion Post 524. In addition, he was very active participating in many activities including playing tennis at the 6th street Tennis Courts until he was 94, also participating in the annual Nights in Venice Boat Parade for more than 34 years with his sons, grandchildren, and friends.In addition, many years were spent each morning beginning on Memorial Day and ending on September 11, for the ceremonial flag-raising and playing of the Star-Spangled Banner, including this past Summer.Joe’s personality, humor, and friendship left their mark on so many people in his life. From childhood friends, fellow boaters, tennis players, business colleagues, the many Veterans he crossed paths with during his life, and most especially on his beloved wife, dearly loved family, friends, much-loved nieces and nephews. Joe was “one of a kind”.In lieu of flowers, contributions in Joe’s name are asked to be made to the VFW Post 6650 http://www.oceancitynjvfw.org 1501 Bay Avenue, Ocean City, New Jersey 08226, or the American Legion Post 524 http://www.legion524ocnj.org/, 4562 West Avenue, Ocean City, NJ 08226His private funeral mass will be livestreamed on his obituary page at www.godfreyfuneralhome.com on Saturday February 20th at 11 o’clock along with his public graveside service at 1:00 PM.Family and friends are invited to Joe’s Graveside Service at 1:00 PM on Saturday February 20th at Veterans Cemetery in Cape May Courthouse, NJ.For condolences to the family, visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.com.
Prime Minister Theresa May spoke with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on the phone this morning. She congratulated him on his recent appointment and said that the UK firmly supported his reform and reconciliation efforts. The Prime Minister thanked Prime Minister Ahmed for the release of prisoners including British national Andargachew Tsege. They discussed the importance of development assistance, including the support the UK provides to bolster education, economic reform, industrialisation, anti-corruption and job creation in Ethiopia. They also discussed how the two countries could deepen their trade links, and touched on how the UK’s expertise in infrastructure and financing could support Ethiopia’s economic development agenda. A Downing Street spokesperson said: