September 2015: Barron & Redding is pleased to announce the addition of a new associate, Brandt Carlson. Brandt holds a BA degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Florida and a JD degree from the University of Florida.
Barron & Redding is a proud sponsor, along with the Martin Theatre, Emerald Coast Rotary Club, and Soldiers’ Angels/NW Florida Brigade, in providing a very special day for the WWII, Korean, and Vietnam Veterans in residence at the Sims State Nursing Home in Springfield. “Movies at the Martin” will be held on Tuesday, June 23rd at the Martin Theatre located in downtown Panama City. This year they will be showing a light comedy “Donovan’s Reef”, starring John Wayne and Lee Marvin, a post WWII “non-shooting” story set in Hawaii. The Vet’s motorcade, which will be escorted by police and Warriors Watch Riders motorcycles, from Sims Nursing Home to the Martin Theatre, makes the trip even more special.
If you are interested in making a donation that would help with transportation, movie, popcorn, cokes, and a Carrabba’s Italian Grill lunch expenses, please contact John Reichard at 850-774-7500.
Barron & Redding attorneys Michael P. Dickey and Jeffrey S. Carter scored wins in back-to-back oral arguments before the First District Court of Appeals last week. Mike appeared on behalf of a regional college accreditation association, defending a summary judgment that denied an attempt to obtain access to records under the Florida Public Records Act. Jeff appeared on behalf of a creditor defending a ruling that provided attorneys’ fees in a judgment lien foreclosure. The panel of the First DCA convened for oral argument in Panama City, and the Barron & Redding cases were two of the three set for argument. Less than 24 hours after oral argument, the First DCA entered orders affirming both trial court judgments.
Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our country!