Mr. Bailey took a risk and resigned his position as Kroger Manager when he received his letter of acceptance from Thomas. M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, MI. Mr. Bailey would make the President’s List at Cooley and decided to transfer to Salmon P. Chase College of Law, in Highland Heights, Kentucky. My pursuit of my Juris Doctorate was one of a tortoise, instead of the hare and he obtained his Juris Doctor degree in December 2005. He then took and passed Kentucky Bar Exam in 2008. He began his legal career as a Public Defender in 2009. The Public Defender’s office training allowed Mr. Bailey to learn and work on various legal matters that continues to be of great benefit to his practice today. In 2011, Mr. entered private practice in Bowling Green, KY, and continue to strive for professional excellence, skills, and intelligence. Over the years, Mr. Bailey has fought for justice, helped keep families together, fought against racial profiling, employment discrimination, and became a voice for the voiceless. Today, Mr. Bailey is the owner of Bailey Law Firm of S.KY, PLLC in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Mr. Bailey practices criminal defense, immigration law, personal injury, Bankruptcy and
Brad has 15 years of experience in the financial industry and a Bachelor’s degree in Finance. Brad was a Principal of a boutique institutional brokerage firm and has also worked at traditional wealth management firms during his career advising institutions and high-net-worth clients. Brad held the following securities licenses during his career: Registered Options Principal, General Securities Principal, General Securities Representative, Equity Trader, and Uniform Securities Agent State.
We interview the site general manager for a company called Bombardier Transportation. His name is Jeff Gaffney. His official company title is MARC Operations General Manager. Bombardier Transportation is one of two subsidiaries of the company. The other half is Bombardier Aerospace. The parent company is called Bombardier Inc. Bombardier Inc. is headquartered in Montreal Canada. Jeff Gaffney is only involved in the transportation division of the company which is headquartered in Berlin Germany. Bombardier is the leading manufacturer of trains and the third leading manufacturer of planes. The company as a whole has roughly about 72,000 employees with a revenue averaging around $16.8 billion. These numbers are statistics split between the two divisions of the company. As stated before Mr. Gaffney is involved in the transportation division of the company so that is what the interview was primarily about.
Gerry Spence, the author of over a dozen books, such as Win Your Case, How to
He served as a political appointee, the Deputy Assistant U.S. Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel, Department of Justice, during the George W. Bush administration.
I gained fame quickly and it wasn’t long until one of the big guns noticed me; Senator Daniel Moynihan recommended me to the president at the time, George H. W. Bush, who promoted me to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. From there I saw many cases, including the Silverman v. Major League Baseball Player Relations Committee, Inc case, in which my decision ended the 9-month-long strike, and several
went on to to work in the state’s attorney’s office (“Jeffrey Ashton Biography” par 1). “As
A native of the city of Detroit, Attorney Coleman has been fighting for justice for more than six years. Upon graduation from Wayne State University Law
Vincent clerked at the Orleans District Attorney’s office for approximately two years while in law school and preparing for the Bar examination. During his time as a clerk, I encountered two personal friends who were Assistant District Attorneys on separate occasions. Both Assistant District Attorneys praised Vincent’s work ethic, professionalism and quality of work. One even stated that the Assistant District Attorneys competed for Vincent’s assistance on their cases. Vincent has demonstrated through work experience that he is capable of developing into a competent attorney.
A native of Peoria, Illinois, Eric Dailey served for over 26 years as a United States Marine in a variety of active duty and reserve assignments. He is a graduate of Richwoods High School (1982), Illinois State University (BS, 1989) and Webster University (MA, 1994). Eric enlisted in the Marine Corps immediately following high school and proudly graduated boot camp as the 3rd Battalion, I-Company, honor graduate. He was meritoriously promoted to Private First Class earning his “dress blues” as the youngest member of the battalion. In May of 2008, Major Eric Dailey reserve-retired from the Marine Corps and continues to serve his country in a number of veteran and civic organizations. Eric Dailey’s corporate career includes sales and management
Jay Leutze shows a great amount of leadership by taking action as soon as he received the phone call from Ashley Cook. From that moment, Leutze began conducting research, working extensively with other lawyers, and attending many court hearings. “ I made it my business to learn all
Huntington: He was the corporate attorney of TGS. You would think that as an attorney he
Carreon, a former Corporate Legal Counsel of PLA Co., or Atty. Henry Sinyo who was then the
Not many people would sign on as CEO of a company facing troubled times—then again—not everyone is Jeff Myers. With a career evenly split between the sides of hospital operations and managed care, Myers left his position as CEO of Alliant Health Plans to take on the role of CEO at Hamilton Medical center.
In 2005 Rule began working for General Mills as an assistant HR manager. After one year he become the HR manager. He remained there until 2008. Then he was hired by Owens Corning as an HR/Safety Plant Start-Up Leader. After 2 years with Owens Corning, Rule was hired by Glanbia, where he continues to work today. He is