Spiritual Master Louix Dor Dempriey Proclaims 2019 as The Year of Focus

LAGUNA HILLS, CALIFORNIA, USA, February 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Each year on New Year’s Eve, spiritual Master Louix Dor Dempriey delivers his Divine dispensation for the coming year—a benediction that will overlight, guide, and shape humanity and the world.

On 31 December 2018, during his annual New Year’s Eve Retreat (held this time in Carlsbad, California), Louix delivered his Divine dispensation for the coming year, proclaiming 2019 as The Year of Focus.

During his half-hour video discourse, Louix emphasized the importance of becoming even more grounded and focused in our lives and in strengthening our connection to The Divine. He detailed ways to achieve this, including simplifying our lives where possible (e.g. letting go of possessions, finishing unfinished projects, spending time in nature, and purifying our diets and habits). In so doing, he explained, we will be more powerfully prepared for and aligned with the profound changes happening in this world, as well as experience a deeper sense of happiness and inner peace.

To view Louix’s dispensation, please click here:
https://louix.tv/2019-new-years-dispensation-31-dec-2018/

About the Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation

The Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to sharing the teachings and humanitarian works of Louix Dor Dempriey. Its mission is to help people remember and restore their inherent divinity, and to walk in this world as unconditional love.

Louix Dor Dempriey is a spiritual Master who has dedicated his life to helping other people attain self-mastery in all areas of their lives, so that they, too, can experience true joy and inner peace, regardless of worldly circumstances. Louix's darshan, as well as his illuminating discourses, meditations, and ceremonies, have invoked profound transformation in thousands of people worldwide. With grace and humor, Louix imparts timeless wisdom in contemporary, practical teachings—that transcend all faiths, paths, religions, and cultures. He resides at
Prema Drala Ashram in Laguna Hills, California.

For more information, please visit: http://www.Louix.org

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He Said: “My Bootie Floats With The BackBone Wedge”

Owner & CEO BackBone Wedge

Gwen With Her Brother Using The BackBone Wedge

The BackBone Wedge Even Helped Fritz In His Recovery!

Gwen Jewell is the CEO & Founder of the Backbone Wedge, a revolutionary new wedge that prevents bedsores that is changing lives for people who are immobile.

Get a couple BackBone Wedges to elevate both sides of your body to feel like you’re floating in space. Also be sure to check out her heel protectors and other products that are available.”

— Eric Thomas Patrick, BackBone Wedge Client

REDWOOD CITY, CA, USA, February 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — With the prevalence of pressure sores at an all time epidemic high in the United States, millions of people are looking for a way to prevent and treat this horrible condition.

Billions of dollars are spent every year to prevent pressure sore, yet still more than 2.5 million people will develop them each year and over 60,000 of those people will die as a consequence of complications resulting from them.

A pressure sore is localized injury to skin and/or underlying tissue that can extend down to the bone, and it results from sustained pressure particularly in patients who need to stay in bed or immobile for periods of time.

Eric Thomas Patrick, a spinal cord injury patient and client of Gwen’s BackBone Wedge says that regular wedges that you can buy “for super cheap, super suck”. They are “hard and don’t maintain their shape”.

The problem with most wedges is that they tend to become hard after 15 minutes. So the initial pressure relief becomes pressure inducing on the exact location of the pressure sore. More pressure on the pressure sore is exactly why they are very difficult to manage and treat. In response to the pressure, patients start twisting and turning whatever way they can trying to get comfortable again.

This can be hard on caregivers who feel they are constantly assisting their loved ones find the right position.

In addition, traditional wedges tend to push patients to a steep angle, which causes pressure on the bony prominences of the opposite side of the body. This can lead to new pressure sores in various locations.

The BackBone Wedge is different because there is zero pressure touching the pressure sore. As Eric says “My bootie floats with the BackBone Wedge!” And just as importantly, the BackBone Wedge doesn’t force you into an awkward angle. The BackBone Wedge easily slips under the patient, allowing the coccyx area (the bony prominence at the end of the spine and the area most likely to develop a pressure sore) to float in the air.

Patients love it because it gives them a sense of security knowing there is zero pressure on their pressure sore, and caregivers love it because they now reposition the patient less frequently than they used to.

And if that weren’t enough all on its own, Gwen Jewell, who herself is a wound care nurse and hospital lead of the pressure injury prevention program, the BackBone Wedge has an antimicrobial covering that can be easily cleaned.

Have you ever seen drainage from a pressure wound soak through a flimsy pillow cover and absorb into a wedge or pillow? It’s disgusting, and more than that, it’s a petri dish of infection. Infection is the dreaded complication of pressure sores that all patients and caregivers fear. Christopher Reeves, best known for his role as Superman, died from cardiac collapse and arrest which was a direct result of an infection from his pressure sore.

Gwen’s quest to create the perfect wedge is not only motivated by her love of her patients, but its personal too. Gwen’s father developed complications from a pressure sore while he was in the hospital, and Gwen’s brother has a spinal cord injury, so she is always on the lookout for reddened skin and ways to prevent pressure sores.

Gwen found various types of foam wedges, gel pods, air mattresses, alarm technology and pillows that either weren’t helpful, weren’t available in the community or weren’t able to adequately reduce pressure and a clean environment at the site of injury. Both her father and brother inspired her to find something better on the market.

Other technologies are out there that are used in the hospital setting that can tell nurses when it’s time to turn a patient, but those are not available in the community setting and they still don’t address the problem of finding a way to get the patient in a good position or reducing exposure to drainage from an existing pressure sore. Putting a new pillowcase over a bacteria-infested wedge isn’t an effective means of protecting the wound from infection.

When she couldn’t find what she needed, Gwen literally created what she thought was the perfect wedge. She had 3 major requirements – good positioning, pressure relief and antimicrobial.

For several years, Gwen worked on the perfect wedge design, using her brother as her test patient. And finally, her hard work paid off. Gwen designed the BackBone Wedge using her 3 simple principles.

First, the BackBone Wedge allows for easy positioning for both the patient and caregiver. The smooth surface and crescent shape of the BackBone Wedge make it easy to put in position, verify correct positioning, and because the patients don’t feel jammed on their sides, the need to reposition is dramatically reduced. As Gwen’s client Eric notes, “quad pads and other wedges aren’t designed for getting you off your back at all. With the BackBone Wedge, I don’t get thrown to the side and my body does not get twisted like it did with every other wedge out there.”

Second, the BackBone Wedge offloads pressure. The caregiver can literally slide his hand under the BackBone Wedge and feel that there is zero pressure on the pressure sore. This gives the patient and caregiver relief knowing that pressure sores can’t develop and old ones are able to heal.

And third, the BackBone Wedge has an antimicrobial covering, so if the wound does drain, the BackBone Wedge can be easily cleaned and disinfected, without worry of virulent bacteria growing on the material inside the wedge.

The BackBone Wedge has been trialed in hospitals nationally and internationally with great enthusiasm, however Gwen is most excited about the potential impact it will have for families like hers who can’t afford around the clock nurses and an unlimited supply of wedges at their disposal. Patients at home in the community now have access to the top of the line, hospital grade technology that actually prevents pressure sores.

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Mayoral Candidate Keith James Receives Endorsement from City Commissioners Kelly Shoaf, Christina Lambert & Joe Peduzzi

Joe Peduzzi, Commissioner-Elect, District 4

Kelly Shoaf, City Commissioner, District 1

Christina Lambert, City Commissioner, District 5

The endorsements of James for Mayor show he's the most qualified and prepared candidate with detailed plans for the northend, southend and western communities

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Keith James, city commissioner & mayoral candidate of West Palm Beach (WPB), announced that city commissioners in districts 1, 4 & 5 have endorsed him for mayor of WPB ahead of the 2019 election.

These endorsements were announced at the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches Mayoral Debate in front 150 local chamber members & business executives.

“WPB needs a leader who is not perfect but one who is a person. Someone who just like the residents of this city, has gone through hard times, learned from mistakes & works every day to do better than the day before. The best leaders aren’t those who have never fallen, but those who choose to get back up. I am happy to offer you my endorsement to be the next mayor of West Palm Beach.” Kelly Shoaf, City Commissioner, District 1

“You have my endorsement for mayor of WPB. As commissioner you have shown an attention to detail on plans and governance, represented the residents of District 4 & our city tirelessly on tough issues and you bring the experience we need to guide our city’s future.” Joe Peduzzi, Commissioner-Elect, District 4

“The detailed plans you have presented for WPB, & the southend of WPB, show that you are listening to our residents. Your proposed Neighborhoods First Initiative is the right solution to collaborate with homeowners associations throughout the city to address critical priorities like crime, traffic, homeless issues & community needs. I am pleased to endorse your candidacy for mayor & look forward to working together to improve WPB.” Christina Lambert, City Commissioner, District 5

“I am humbled to have the endorsements of our city commissioners. As mayor, I will work in collaboration with our city leaders to put neighborhoods first. Together, we will work as a team to move WPB forward,” Keith James, Mayoral candidate

The Keith James for mayor campaign continues to lead the way in endorsements & support. He is the only candidate to release detailed plans to address the issue of homelessness, the budget & neighborhood initiatives.

Since filing for mayor, Keith James has hosted neighborhood meetings in nearly every part of WPB & has learned the issues that residents care about. Keith’s plans for the city are based off conversations with residents & community leaders.

Keith James For Mayor Neighborhood Priorities List

Northend Priorities: The Anchor Site, Currie Park, Mayor’s Village Initiative, Broadway Corridor Investment, Market the Northend, Oversee Northend Capital Improvement Projects, Address Absentee Landlord Issues, Move Purpose Built Communities Forward, Protect our Parks & Open Spaces, Proper Code Enforcement, Prioritize Community Policing, Connect our Neighborhoods Utilizing our City Trolleys, Work with our Local Schools, Quarterly Meetings Hosted in the Northend, Engage with the Community!

Southend Priorities: Golf Course Project, South Dixie Corridor Investment, Prioritize 8111 Site, Tennis Center, Protect Our Parks & Open Spaces, Oversee Southend Capital Improvement Projects, Maintain Train Quiet Zones, Jefferson Terminal District Opportunities, Proper Code Enforcement, Prioritize Community Policing, Work With Our Local Schools, Improve Our City Gateways; Forest Hill, Southern Blvd, Belvedere and South Dixie, Connect Our Neighborhoods Utilizing Our City Trolleys, Quarterly Meetings Hosted in the Southend, Engage With The Community!

Western Priorities: State Road 7 & Roebuck Road extensions, support Fire Station 7 & 8 for faster emergency response times, support the western division of the police department, support the funding of neighborhood street lights, fought to ensure our western communities receive their fair share of city services without double taxation, fought for funding & clean up programs along Okeechobee Boulevard, Northlake Boulevard & Jog Road

Additionally, James has been endorsed in his campaign for Mayor by the West Palm Beach Association of Firefighters, Police Benevolent Association and the AFL-CIO Palm Beach Treasure Coast. They are joined by Congresswoman Lois Frankel, Congressman Alcee Hastings, West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw, Palm Beach County Mayor Mack Bernard, Former State Representative Joe Abruzzo, State Representative David Silvers, State Representative Emily Slosberg, Former State Representative Irv Slosberg, Former PBC Commissioner Addie Greene, Town of Jupiter Inlet Colony Mayor Dan Comerford, City of Pahokee Mayor Keith Babb, City of South Bay Mayor Joe Kyles, City of Lake Worth Commissioner Andy Amoroso, City of Lake Worth Commissioner Herman Robinson, City of Lake Worth Commissioner Omari Hardy, City of Riviera Beach Councilor Terence "TD" Davis, City of Palm Beach Gardens Councilor Mark Marciano, Town of Jupiter Inlet Colony Commissioner Milton "Chip" Block, Town of Jupiter Councilman Ilan Kaufer, Town of South Palm Beach Councilman Robert Gottlieb.

We welcome you to connect with James via:
Website: www.keithjamesformayor.com
Email: keith@keithjamesformayor.com
Phone: 561-284-9891
Facebook: www.facebook.com/KeithJamesforMayor
Instagram: www.instagram.com/keithjameswpb
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCef6pBVJ5hnHVQ-LMHRuJ0A

Paula Ryan and Priscilla Taylor are also running for mayor. The election is Tuesday, March 12th.

About Keith James:
Commissioner Keith James was elected to the West Palm Beach City Commission in 2011 and is a two-time president of the City Commission. As the Immediate Past President of the Palm Beach County League of Cities, Board Member of the Florida League of Cities and member of Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency, Commissioner James has become a leader on solving local municipal and regional issues of importance.

On the City Commission, Keith James has sought to create a city of opportunity where people and businesses can succeed. Under Keith James’ leadership, West Palm Beach has seen a boom in economic development and job creation, improvements in city services and increase in local neighborhood projects. Commissioner James has prioritized sound budget management, improving public safety, protecting West Palm Beach’s water supply and environment and addressing homelessness and workforce housing issues.

Jonathan Cooper
Keith James Campaign
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Listen to Jayson French from the West Palm Beach Fraternal Order of Firefighters share his reasons for supporting Keith James for Mayor!


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Best Book Promotion Sites of 2019!

KindleBookPromotions named for third year in succession.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, February 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — One of the toughest jobs authors face is finding new readers to buy and review their books. Many will beg and plead with friends and relatives, not realizing it is actually against Amazon’s rules and can result in the reviews being removed. So what is an author to do? Fortunately, there’s a much easier way to promote your book to new readers. Kindle Book Promotions, listed as one of the Best Book Promotion sites since 2017 by PaidAuthor.com, is the answer to your prayers.

Kindle Book Promotions’ customers are thrilled with the service. Matt Rogers, author of Isolated, says, " Thanks KindleBookPromotions – as a result of your promotion, I managed to enter the Top 1000 Paid in the whole Amazon Kindle store with my debut novel, Isolated. Thank you for turning my book into a Best Seller. Overall a fantastic service.” And Sherry Rentschler, author of Time and Blood, says, "I'm speechless. Truly. Champagne’s on me. Seeing my book at #1 in the Best Seller lists really made me smile. I'm still rather awestruck right now over all of it. In my wildest dreams I really didn’t believe it could be done. I cannot thank you enough for everything!"

Kindle Book Promotions deals exclusively with Kindle ebooks and offers promotional packages aimed at established reviewers on Amazon, as well as several programs to help boost Amazon ranking and promote continuous sales. Following are just a few of the programs:

• 2 Day Best Seller: aimed at getting new sales and enough buyers to push your book into Amazon’s Best Seller lists.
• Monthly Subscription Service: finds regular new readers for your book
• Super Seller Service: concentrates on immediate big sales.
• Email list builder: the premium Book Review Service, trusted by hundreds of independent authors and publishers

Visit www.kindlebookpromotions.com today to find out how to propel your book to Amazon’s Best Seller list and find new reviewers.

Richard McCartney
Kindle Book Promotions
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Family law attorney Janet Reed reviews NC case about proper parties and venue where a juvenile suffered abuse

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Janet P Reed North Carolina attorney

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Janet P Reed, Attorney in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Reed Attorney in North Carolina

Janet Reed Attorney in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed lawyer in North Carolina

Janet Pittman Reed, based in North Carolina, has published a case comment on "In the matter of: A.P.", involving determination of proper parties and venue

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The Supreme Court noted that the fundamental principle underlying North Carolina’s approach to controversies involving child neglect is that the best interest of the child is the polar star”

— Janet Pittman Reed, lawyer in North Carolina

JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Attorney Janet Reed, based in North Carolina, has published a new case comment on proper parties and venue in a case involving a juvenile. The complete comment will be published on her Blog at https://janetreedesq.blogspot.com/

Ms. Reed explains that "In re: A.P." is a case about a juvenile named A.P. who was born on August 2, 2015. When A.P. was two months old, A.P.’s mother was committed to a mental health facility in Mecklenburg County. Prior to her commitment, the mother was living in a group home located in Cabarrus County. While in the mental health facility, A.P.’s mother met with a social worker from Cabarrus County Department of Human Services and expressed an intention to move into her grandfather’s home with A.P. upon her release from the mental health facility. During the mother’s commitment, A.P. was placed with the mother’s case worker from the group home, who resided in Rowan County. Cabarrus County transferred the case to Mecklenburg County, where the grandfather resided.

On November 25, 2015, Mecklenburg County received report of a concerning situation and found the mother living in unacceptable conditions with A.P. and the mother was alleged to have used drugs. The mother agreed to place A.P. back with the case worker in Rowan County. Subsequently, the case worker informed Mecklenburg County that she could no longer care for A.P. and Mecklenburg County “filed a juvenile petition with the District Court in Mecklenburg County alleging that A.P. was a neglected and dependent juvenile.” District Court granted the petition.

The mother objected to the petition based on the argument that Mecklenburg County “lacked standing to file the juvenile petition under the relevant provisions of the Juvenile Code, and therefore, the trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to hear the case.” On appeal, “[t]he Court of Appeals held that [Mecklenburg County] lacked standing because it was not the proper party to file the juvenile petition under N.C.G.S. § 7B-401.1(a), and it vacated the trial court’s order on that basis.” N.C.G.S. § 7B-401.1(a) provides that “[o]nly a county director of social services or the director’s authorized representative may file a petition alleging that a juvenile is abused, neglected, or dependent”. Further, N.C.G.S. § 7B-400(a) provides that “[a] proceeding in which a juvenile is alleged to be abused, neglected, or dependent may be commenced in the district in which the juvenile resides or is present”.

The North Carolina Supreme Court explained that “this rigid interpretation of isolated provisions in the Juvenile Code is unsupported by the whole of the statutory text and creates jurisdictional requirements beyond those which the legislature intended to impose.” “When read holistically with other provisions in the Juvenile Code, the statutory sections governing ‘[p]arties,’ N.C.G.S. § 7B-401.1(a), and ‘[v]enue,’ id. § 7B-400(a), do not mandate dismissal of the juvenile petition in this case. Although subsection 7B-401.1(a) states that ‘[o]nly a county director of social services or the director’s authorized representative may file a petition alleging that a juvenile is abused, neglected, or dependent,’ the statute does not identify which county director of social services must file the petition. Nor does the statute limit the class of proper petitioners to only a subset of county directors of social services.” (internal citation omitted). The Court explained that this contrasted with how “[t]hroughout the Juvenile Code, the legislature intentionally differentiates between references to a director of a department of social services and a particular director of a department of social services.” The Supreme Court also noted that it’s decision “is guided and supported by our oft-recited recognition that ‘the fundamental principle underlying North Carolina’s approach to controversies involving child neglect and custody [is] that the best interest of the child is the polar star.’” The case is In the matter of: A.P., No. 145PA17.

About Janet Pittman Reed

Janet P. Reed is an attorney in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and handles Family Law cases such as Divorce & Separation, Personal Injury, Traffic, Criminal Law, Driver’s License Restoration Services, and Civil Litigation cases.

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Business Attorney Richard A. Kranitz publishes comment on the issue of arbitration clauses in business agreements

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Richard Kranitz, Business Coach in Wisconsin

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Richard A Kranitz, Business Lawyer in Wisconsin

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Office of Richard A Kranitz in Wisconsin

Think Business Blog by Richard A Kranitz, Wisconsin

Think Business Blog by Richard A Kranitz, Wisconsin

In Midwest Neurosciences Associates, the Wisconsin Supreme Court reviewed whether a dispute should be arbitrated and contemplated the parties' intent

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In Midwest Neurosciences Associates, the Wisconsin Supreme Court noted that only those disputes that the parties have agreed to so submit to arbitration are relegated to proceed in that forum”

— Richard A. Kranitz, business attorney in Wisconsin

GRAFTON, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Richard A. Kranitz, in a newly published comment, reviews the issue of arbitration clauses in business agreements. The full comment will be published on his Blog at https://richardkranitzblog.blogspot.com/

Mr. Kranitz explains that, in a recent decision of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, the Court considered whether a dispute should be arbitrated where the original operating agreement contained an arbitration clause, but the subsequent agreement did not.

In 2015, three doctors, acting through their own legal entities were members of Midwest Neurosciences Associates, LLC (hereinafter “Midwest”). “[O]n August 1, 2005, the parties at issue executed an Operating Agreement which modified a previous operating agreement of August, 2002 so to admit, among others, Dr. Pannu to Midwest. Dr. Pannu executed the Operating Agreement as President of Great Lakes and also signed a personal guaranty for the obligations of Great Lakes. The Operating Agreement contains the arbitration clause at issue.” On March 6, 2006, Dr. Pannu signed the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant that addressed covenant not to compete. “The Ancillary Restrictive Covenant, however, did not specifically incorporate by reference Section 13.7, the arbitration section, of the Operating Agreement.”

The members of Midwest decided to dissolve the LLC in 2015 and dispute arose over whether during the negotiation, parties entered into the Redemption Agreement, which among other things, voided the non-compete provision. Eventually, Midwest and one of the doctor’s entity, NEA, sued Dr. Pannu and his entity, Great Lakes Neurosurgical Associates, LLC. “Before a responsive pleading was filed, Midwest and NEA moved to stay the proceedings and compel arbitration in accordance with Section 13.7 of the Operating Agreement. Midwest and NEA argued that the Operating Agreement was the governing contract between the parties and that Section 13.7 within that agreement unambiguously required the parties to arbitrate violations of Section 8.13 of the Operating Agreement and the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant.” Dr. Pannu filed a responsive pleading asserting that the Redemption Agreement was a valid agreement and thus voided the Operating Agreement and the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant.

“On March 16, 2016, the circuit court issued a written order granting Great Lakes and Dr. Pannu's motion and declaring that the Redemption Agreement was a valid contract. The court determined that as of March 31, 2015, the Operating Agreement and the non-compete provisions of the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant were invalid, unenforceable and/or inapplicable to Great Lakes and Dr. Pannu. The order also denied Midwest and NEA's motion to stay the action and compel arbitration.” Midwest and NEA appealed.

“On December 20, 2017, the court of appeals issued its decision concluding that the ‘determinative question is whether the circuit court erred by not ordering the parties to submit their dispute to arbitration.’ The court of appeals held ‘that the question of whether the arbitration clause was superseded should have been submitted to arbitration.’ As such, the court of appeals declined to address the multiple other issues that Midwest and NEA raised on appeal and reversed and remanded, instructing the circuit court to grant Midwest and NEA's motion to compel arbitration.” (internal citations omitted).

Wisconsin Supreme Court provided a general overview of the principles governing arbitration clauses and noted that “[c]onsequently, only those disputes that the parties have agreed to so submit to arbitration are relegated to proceed in that forum. A court should order arbitration ‘only where the court is satisfied that neither the formation of the parties' arbitration agreement nor (absent a valid provision specifically committing such disputes to an arbitrator) its enforceability or applicability to the dispute is in issue.’” (internal citations omitted).

Noting the various conflicting provisions amongst the Operating Agreement, the Ancillary Restrictive Covenant, and the Redemption Agreement, Wisconsin Supreme Court concluded that “[d]ue to the foregoing, Midwest and NEA failed to demonstrate ‘clear and unmistakable’ intent to arbitrate. Thus, the question of whether the parties agreed to arbitrate must, in this instance, be decided by the circuit court.” The case is Midwest Neurosciences Associates, LLC v. Great Lakes Neurosurgical Associates, LLC, 2018 WI 112.

About Richard A. Kranitz

Richard Kranitz is an experienced attorney and business consultant in the areas of corporate, securities and tax planning for corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies, multi-unit enterprises, and a variety of different non-profit entities. In addition, he has counseled their owners and executives in compensation planning, estate plans, and asset protection.

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1st United Credit Union Reminds Consumers to Review Credit Report

1st United Credit Union reminds consumers that it’s time to check their credit reports.

PLEASANTON, CA, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Lisha Fabris
Communications Manager
1st United Credit Union
(925) 598-4782 | lfabris@1stunitedcu.org

1st United Credit Union Reminds Consumers
to Review Credit Report

PLEASANTON, CA (FEBRUARY 14, 2019): 1st United Credit Union reminds consumers that it’s time to check their credit reports. Regular review helps to catch discrepancies and reveal a possible identity theft situation before it escalates. The sooner consumers can find and correct errors, the healthier their credit could be.

Monitoring a credit report is like a health checkup – but for your finances. Consumers thinking about applying for loans should check their credit far in advance of submitting an application,” commented Tosha Eagles-Williams, Chief Lending Officer at 1st United Credit Union. “This gives a consumer a better chance of correcting any errors early.”

Accessing a credit report is free and easy to do and checking it does not impact your credit score. That’s because Federal Law requires each of the three nationwide credit reporting agencies to provide consumers with a free credit report every 12 months, if they request it.

Operated jointly by the three major credit bureaus, annualcreditreport.com is the website recommended by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as the only authorized website for free credit reports. But consumers don’t need to order reports from all three agencies at the same time. 1st United recommends spreading them out so consumers can spot changes or discrepancies throughout the year. For example, check Equifax now, TransUnion in May, and Experian in September.

To help consumers read their report, 1st United Credit Union has published an overview of how to monitor a credit report. 1st United Credit Union offers appointments at their branches for their members to sit with a staff member who can walk them through their credit report. Membership is available to anyone who lives, works, or attends school in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus, or Kings Counties in California. Consumers can reach out to their personal bank or credit union to see if they offer credit report review.

About 1st United Credit Union
It doesn’t get simpler, faster and friendlier than 1st United Credit Union. As one of the first credit unions in California, 1st United Credit Union was founded in 1932 and has been thriving in the San Francisco East Bay Area ever since. Membership is available to anyone who lives, works, or attends school in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus, or Kings Counties in California. We believe in local, neighborly banking and hope you will too. For more information, visit 1stunitedcu.org.

Lisha Fabris
1st United Credit Union
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Vee Technologies’ CEO, Chocko Valliappa, is Named Recipient of Top YPO Sustainability Award

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Chocko Valliappa, CEO of Vee Technologies, was named a recipient of the 2018 Social Enterprise Network Sustainability Award for Education by YPO.

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2019 – Chocko Valliappa, CEO of Vee Technologies, was named a recipient of the 2018 Social Enterprise Network (SEN) Sustainability Award for Education by YPO, the premier global leadership organization that consists of more than 27,000 chief executives in over 130 countries.

Created 11 years ago, the SEN Awards single out YPO members who are instilling change in their communities and companies. Each winner and finalist leads a venture which makes a positive impact in areas including health care, equality, education and employment with goals aimed at eradicating poverty and preserving the planet. Mr. Valliappa received this prestigious award for his dedication to his community through Sona Yukti.

Sona Yukti, in partnership with the government of India, focuses on providing life-changing opportunities for the disadvantaged. To date, it has built 50 vocational schools in rural areas of India which provide a skilled workforce for companies that enable workers to lift themselves from poverty. Sona Yukti has helped more than 55,000 economically disadvantaged individuals, the majority women, train for and achieve highly skilled jobs.

About Vee Technologies

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Gluteal Surgeons Unite To Defend Brazilian Butt Lift Procedure

Surgeons Create WAGS to Promote Safer BBL Techniques and Avoid Deadly Outcomes

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — After years of misinformation and confusing statements regarding the dangers of the Brazilian Butt Lift ("BBL") Procedure, an Association has been formed to educate the public and help train surgeons in the safest BBL techniques. On February 1st, 2019, The World Association of Gluteal Surgeons (WAGS) was officially launched by some of the biggest names in Plastic Surgery. The group consists of surgeons who are committed to performing aesthetic gluteal shaping procedures in the safest manner possible.

The inaugural President of the Association is Michael Salzhauer, MD, more popularly known as "Dr. Miami", a board-certified plastic surgeon who became a house-hold name when he pioneered the broadcast of plastic surgery procedures to a mainstream social media audience.

The Association began with a few concerned surgeons and has quickly grown to seventy surgeons in eleven countries.

In recent years, the Brazilian Butt Lift has been reported as the most dangerous cosmetic surgery in the world with the highest mortality rate. What is often not reported is that the success of the procedure is highly technique and experience dependent. It is the contention of WAGS surgeons that the reported high-mortality rate is due to a burgeoning demand for this procedure by the general public and a lack of training opportunities for doctors. In reality, it is the lack of surgical training and education and not the procedure itself, which is the greatest danger. WAGS was created to fill this educational void in order to educate and protect patients.

WAGS surgeons have collectively performed nearly 100,000 successful BBL's and are here to clear up the confusion. Their goal is to educate the public about the safety and benefits of the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure and to provide the necessary resources to the surgeons around the world to perform this operation safely and achieve excellent results. WAGS surgeons are committed to putting patient safety FIRST.

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The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Announces New Scientific and Medical Advisory Board

The new SMAB is co-chared by R. Kate Kelley (MD) , UCSF, and Nabeel Bardeesy, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital.

This new Scientific and Medical Advisory Board will be equipped to accelerate collaboration between the scientific and medical communities”

— Stacie Lindsey, CCF President and Founder

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF) is pleased to announce the formation of a new Scientific and Medical Advisory Board (SMAB). This new advisory board will replace the separate Scientific Advisory and Medical Advisory Boards.

"This new Scientific and Medical Advisory Board will be equipped to accelerate collaboration between the scientific and medical communities," explained Stacie Lindsey, CCF President and Founder.

The new SMAB is co-chared by R. Kate Kelley MD , UCSF, and Nabeel Bardeesy, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital. Board members of SMAB include: Donald L. Coppock, PhD, Gregory Gores, MD, Theodore Sunki Hong, MD, Milind Javle, MD, Shishir K. Maithel, MD, FACS, Rachna T Shroff, MD, MS, Ben Stanger, MD PhD, and Juan Valle, MB ChB MSc FRCP.

The formation of the SMAB was announced at the 2019 Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, UT at the beginning February, 2019.

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