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Air Force reservists possibly exposed to Agent Orange from planes

first_img Read Full Story Between 1,500 and 2,100 U.S. Air Force reservists who trained and worked on C-123 cargo planes that were used during the Vietnam War to spread the toxic defoliant Agent Orange may have been exposed to potentially dangerous levels of the carcinogenic chemical, according to a new Institute of Medicine (IOM) report.The IOM’s findings may influence how the Veterans Administration handles health and disability claims from the reservists, who worked on the planes between 1972 and 1982.“Levels at the time of their exposure would have been at least as high as the taken measurements, and quite possibly, considerably higher,” said Robert Herrick, senior lecturer on industrial hygiene at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and chairman of the IOM committee that produced the report, in a Jan. 9, 2015 Associated Press article.last_img read more


News & Notes

first_img July 15, 2004 Regular News Patrick G. Emmanuel was recently honored by the Pensacola area Rotary Clubs as the winner of the 2004 Ethics in Business Award, which recognized Emmanuel’s years of ethical dealings with his clients, employees, business associates, and the community in general. Howard A. Spier of Miami has been elected to the board of directors of The Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys. Tod Aronovitz of Miami served as a moderator for the Federal Judicial Roundtable program held at The Florida Bar’s 2004 Annual Meeting in Boca Raton. A group of about 15 U.S. district court judges from across the state discussed courtroom procedures, advocacy, and the need for civility in litigated matters with the lawyer attendees. Scott P. Chitoff of Brinkley, McNerney, Morgan, Solomon & Tatum in Ft. Lauderdale has been elected to the board of directors of the Young Lawyers Division of the Broward County Bar. Michael G. Tanner of Holland & Knight in Jacksonville co-chaired the Advanced Trial Advocacy Program presented by the University of Florida College of Law and the Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar on May 11-15 at the University of Florida campus. Brian A. Hart of Rafferty, Hart, Stolzenberg, Gelles & Tenenholtz, P.A., in Miami, spoke about U.S. real estate laws to a group of German investment advisors and business media representatives at a conference called “USA Real Estate” in Frankfurt, Germany. Christopher M. Fear of GrayRobinson in Lakeland was honored by Florida Rural Legal Services and the Lakeland Bar Association at a ceremony that applauded the efforts of pro bono attorneys in the 10th Judicial Circuit for their work to the Volunteer Involvement Project from 2001 through 2003. Edward J. Page of Carlton Fields in Tampa has been certified as a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Jason Hunter Korn of Cohen & Grigsby in Bonita Springs has been appointed to the board of directors of the Edison College Foundation. Patrick J. Lannon of White & Case in Miami has been named to the Probate Rules Committee of The Florida Bar and to the Executive Committee of the Estate Planning Council of Greater Miami. Michael D. Joblove of Miami presented, “Defining and Protecting Territorial Rights in Franchise Systems,” at the International Franchisee Association Legal Forum in Washington, D.C. News & Noteslast_img read more


Christopher Columbus Parks Art Installation Chose

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Vets Still Wait For Appointments Despite Extra VA Resources

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