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Lawmakers move bills to implement amendments

first_img May 1, 2005 Regular News Lawmakers move bills to implement amendments Lawmakers move bills to implement amendmentscenter_img Bills that will give patients access to adverse incident reports and require the removal of licenses from doctors found to have committed three instances of malpractice have advanced in the Florida Legislature.But not all lawmakers are happy with the bills. Sen. Bill Posey, R-Rockledge, added amendments to SB 938, which seeks to implement Amendment 7 on medical records, when the bill was at the Judiciary Committee. That replaced language in the bill with language from the amendment and was needed, Posey said, because it allowed narrower access to medical records than the amendment. That, he said, would be unconstitutional.Those amendments in turn were removed when the bill reached the Senate floor on second reading April 13, despite Posey’s arguments. The bill passed the Senate on final reading the next day.“It makes no sense to limit access to information that over 80 percent of our voters said they want public,” Posey said. “The only reason for this amendment is to make the legislation match the constitution.”Sen. Durell Peaden, R-Crestview, and Sen. Burt Saunders, R-Naples, argued the amendment went too far and would discourage doctors from coming to Florida. It would also discourage doctors and hospitals from doing peer review, which improves medical care.Sen. Skip Campbell, D-Tamarac, noted that Posey’s language only tracked the constitutional amendment and challenged them to show where it went further.But the Senate rejected the amendment.SB 940, which addressed Amendment 8, known as the “three strikes” bill, also passed the Senate on April 14. Peaden said the bill specified that only acts of malpractice after November 2, 2004, would be counted.The bill also provides that any malpractice court verdicts, which are determined by a preponderance of the evidence, will be reviewed by the Board of Medicine to see if they meet a clear and convincing evidence standard. Supporters of the bill have argued that’s needed because case law has established that a license cannot be removed except by clear and convincing evidence.On both the Senate floor and before the Senate Judiciary Committee, senators expressed dissatisfaction with the battle between trial lawyers and doctors that resulted in Amendments 7 and 8, and another amendment that limited attorneys’ contingency fees in malpractice cases.“There never should have been this fight,” Campbell said at the committee meeting. “Some day doctors and lawyers will sit down and sing ‘Kumbaya,’ if there are any of them left.”He questioned whether any implementing legislation was necessary and said that SB 938 won’t withstand court scrutiny.“This bill will probably be held unconstitutional because it doesn’t fulfill the constitutional amendment,” he said.SB 938 passed the Senate 38-2, while SB 940 passed 35-3.Representatives of the Florida Medical Association and the Florida Hospital Association praised Peaden’s bill — without Posey’s amendments, and said it would protect good doctors and the peer review process. But Paul Jess, representing the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, said on SB 940, “The bill as it is currently written is unconstitutional.”He noted that during arguments at the Supreme Court, justices said the amendment would take all discretion away from the Board of Medicine, while the bill gives it back to the board in determining clear and convincing evidence. He also said that the board has before removed a medical license based on a case in another state where the standard was preponderance of the evidence.Similar bills in the House, HB 1797 and HB 1739, were created in the House Judiciary Committee and have now passed the Health Care Regulation Committee and the Health and Families Council and have been sent to the House floor.last_img read more


Nicolas Pepe impressed Jose Mourinho during visits to Lille following Manchester United exit

first_img Coral BarryMonday 2 Sep 2019 12:28 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link383Shares Pepe lit up Ligue 1 last season at Lille (Picture: Getty)‘They were playing 4-4-2 and he was the right sided player.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He knows how to defend, to play in the 4-4-2 as the right winger, you know how to defend, not only that area but also the inside.‘He does that very well. When he has the ball and also without the ball, he is very effective and very direct. Nicolas Pepe impressed Jose Mourinho during visits to Lille following Manchester United exit Arsenal 2-2 Tottenham: Unai Emery press conferenceTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 7:47FullscreenArsenal 2-2 Tottenham: Unai Emery press conferencehttps://metro.co.uk/video/arsenal-2-2-tottenham-unai-emery-press-conference-1997076/This is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.‘The goals that he misses against Arsenal, he normally doesn’t miss it.‘He’s very cool in front of the keeper and I think this boy has fantastic potential.‘To play as they did last weekend against Liverpool, was out of his natural habitat.‘If they are to play three in midfield with him, Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the front, looking to the movements, I think they can make it a real force.’MORE: Arsenal set asking price for Matteo Guendouzi as Paris Saint-Germain register interestMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Advertisementcenter_img Advertisement Mourinho watched Pepe in action after his United sacking (Picture: Getty)Jose Mourinho has heaped praise on Nicolas Pepe, but urged Unai Emery to play to the forward’s strengths.Pepe started alongside Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for the first time in the 2-2 draw against Tottenham, grabbing his first assist for his side.Mourinho watched Pepe in action several times last season after losing his job at Manchester United and explained the 24-year-old’s best position.‘Last season after I left United, I went a few times to Lille because my friend is the coach there [Christophe Galtier] so I know quite a lot about his qualities,’ Mourinho said on Sky Sports.ADVERTISEMENT Commentlast_img read more


Former student creates sneaker business

first_img“I plan to go back to USC,” Hayman said.  “I really would love to graduate.” “My experiences at Cookies N’ Kicks have always been amazing,” said Hrak Araradian, a sneaker reseller who runs 213 Solez. “I’ve bought and sold sneakers with them in the past, and Eli is genuinely super kind.” “Eli is the most persistent person I’ve ever met,” said Dominiq Sotelo, co-owner of Cookies N’ Kicks. “If he wants something, he goes out and gets it.” Hayman, who moved from Australia, has been living in Los Angeles for 16 years. While living in the city, he has become increasingly familiar with sneaker culture and the community of sneakerheads, who buy and trade shoes. He said he buys what genuinely catches his eye, rather than buying certain sneakers to follow trends. “When this place came up, I approached my good friend at the time and my business partner,” Hayman said.  “I told him that I really thought this place would be killer for a sneaker store. It had a really nice look about it.” Customers walking into Cookies N’ Kicks, located on the iconic Melrose Avenue, are greeted with a friendly and laid-back ambience. The shoe store, complete with music blasting and the sounds of basketballs bouncing, has attracted celebrity customers like Lil Yachty, Offset, and Lamar Odom. This L.A. staple was created by Eli Hayman, a student who took a leave of absence. Before his start as a business owner, Hayman was a sneaker seller, making a profit on social media and other online selling platforms. Hayman was inspired by the sneaker industry and the opportunity for profit that came with selling sneakers. While he plans to go into the field of real estate, Hayman said Cookies N’ Kicks fit into his current ambitions.  Even though Melrose Avenue is heavily populated with sneaker stores, Hayman felt they were lacking in customer service. Part of his motivation for starting Cookies N’ Kicks was to create a friendlier environment focused on making the sneaker-buying experience more enjoyable for the customer.  He is currently working with different influencers and designing merchandisers to promote the brand, as well as creating a cleaning product for the store with his experience from his first business.   Former USC student Eli Hayman left school last year in order to pursue his sneaker business Cookies N’ Kicks, which has its storefront on Melrose Avenue. The store has attracted celebrity customers like Lamar Odam and Offset. (Colette Kanbarian | Daily Trojan) Hayman created his first business called Wype the Hype, a sneaker cleaning service previously on Melrose Avenue, while at USC. Hayman said he rarely slept while balancing work and school — he would arrive at the storefront at 9 a.m. and leave around 5 a.m. After the success of Wype the Hype, he left school and launched Cookies N’ Kicks in 2019. center_img His favorite class was Shaping Cities Through Real Estate, where he formed a close relationship with adjunct faculty Bret Nielsen. He would often look to Professor Nielsen for business and real estate advice, asking him about starting leases, and contracts. Hayman works with different business partners involved with the store. He focuses on financial side of things, such as keeping track of payments and taxes, while each business partner has their own role in maintaining and growing the business.  “Essentially what we do is, if you buy kicks, we give you cookies,” said Hayman, a former real estate development major. Last year, the 21-year-old decided to take a break from attending USC in order to pursue his business.  “I’m coming up with new and creative things that ultimately build the brand and make it worth more,” Hayman said.  “I don’t really do it for the money right now,” Hayman said.  “That’s not what’s important to me. The point is that we’re meeting every day, we’re meeting the coolest people and having the coolest opportunities.” The store features a basketball hoop, upstairs lounge area and an importance placed on providing a positive attitude. Currently, Cookies N’ Kicks has over 37,000 followers on Instagram. Even though Hayman said being a full-time student does not fit into his current lifestyle, Hayman wants to return in a few years and eventually get his degree. He said that his real estate classes were the most helpful part of his time at USC.  “I have the most random Converse collection of like 80 pairs of Converse,” Hayman said.  “If I like it, I’ll buy it.” But Hayman said that he is just getting started. He hopes to use Cookies N’ Kicks as a launching pad for the rest of his career, making important connections and learning through experience.last_img read more