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On The Move Manny Papalas, formerly of Smith, Hulsey & Busey, P.A., recently joined Brigham Moore in Jacksonville. His practice concentrates exclusively on landowners. Mark Natirboff has relocated from Brigham Moore’s Miami office to the Jacksonville office. Melissa L. Bernheim has joined the bankruptcy and creditors’ rights group of Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan & Berlin in Miami. Bernheim, formerly with Berger Singerman, represents liquidating trustees in domestic and international avoidance actions and corporate debtors in their reorganization efforts. J.B. Harris has joined Motley Rice in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., as a senior attorney. Harris concentrates on client development and litigation.. Jeremy Sensenig, formerly of The Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, has opened his own law firm, located at 4123 N. Tamiami Trail, Ste. 203, Sarasota. The firm practices immigration and nationality law. Rohan Kelley, Shane Kelley and Thomas Topor, formerly members of The Kelley Law Firm, have joined Holland & Knight in Ft. Lauderdale. Rohan Kelley, Shane Kelley, and Thomas Topor concentrate their practices in private wealth services, with a major emphasis on fiduciary litigation. Christine R. Dean has become associated with Carlton Fields in Tallahassee. Dean joined the firm’s appellate practice and trial support group. Steel Hector & Davis in Miami has promoted senior associate Francisco J. Cerezo to partner and has added two associates. Cerezo focuses his practice on cross-border transactional work, as well as general corporate counseling with a focus on Latin America and Western Europe. Rashida M. Ivy, formerly assistant state attorney and division chief of the juvenile division of the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, has joined the firm’s litigation group. Barbara E. Ruiz-Gonzalez, previously of Raul Delgado & Associates, has joined the firm’s tax group. Barbara D. Auger has joined Bryant Miller & Olive, P.A. as a shareholder in the Tallahassee office. She focuses on state and local governmental relations and public procurement matters. Anayo Basu has become associated with Zinober & McCrea in Tampa. Scott L. Cagan has joined Katz Barron, as a member in the Ft. Lauderdale office. He concentrates in matters of labor and employment, noncompetition and unfair competition law, trade secret protection, lender liability, and complex commercial litigation. Cagan represents clients in both federal and state courts. Mark P. Cressman has become associated with the Law Offices of E. Clay Parker, P.A., with offices located at 108 E. Hillcrest St., Orlando 32801; telephone (407) 425-4910. He concentrates in matters of plaintiff medical malpractice and personal injury. A. Scott Toney, formerly with the Goldberg Law Office, announces the opening of the his pracice, with offices at Metro Corp Center, Ste. 500, 4210 NW 37th Place, Gainesville, 32606, phone: (352) 376-6800. Toney focuses in matters of personal injury, workers’ compensation, elder law, and estate planning. Robert D. Schwartz of Boca Raton has become of counsel for the firm. Eduardo Palmer, formerly of Steel Hector & Davis, announces the opening of his firm. His practice focuses on matters of complex commercial litigation, including international litigation and arbitration, and the area of white collar criminal defense. His offices are located at the Miami Center, 201 S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 1450, Miami 33131; phone: (305) 377-0400. Carlton Fields, P.A. has opened an office in Atlanta. Wayne Shortridge, formerly the office managing partner at Paul, Hasting , has joined the firm as a shareholder, and serves as the Atlanta office managing shareholder. He has expertise in the electronic and telecommunications industry as well as corporate governance, including Sarbanes-Oxley matters, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance. Kevin T. Cuenot has joined the law office of Sacco & Associates, P.A. Cuenot focuses on intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on electrical and software related inventions. John W. Little III, formerly of Steel Hector & Davis, has joined Brigham Moore in West Palm Beach as a partner. Jeffrey Bogert, formerly a partner with Baker & McKenzie, and Scott D. Rembold, formerly a partner with Elder, Vaccarella, Lewis & Rembold, announce the opening of Bogert & Rembold. The firm concentrates in commercial litigation, international litigation, creditors’ rights, construction, insurance liability, coverage and bad faith, and professional malpractice. Offices are located at 2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Ste. 720, Coral Gables 33134, phone: (305)442-9111. Eliot Pedrosa, formerly with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement in Washington, D.C., has become associated with Greenberg Traurig in Miami. His experience includes representation of businesses and individuals in commercial civil litigation and arbitrations, securities litigation, class action defense, and other civil and regulatory matters. William W. Large, formerly general counsel for the Florida Department of Health, has been appointed by Governor Jeb Bush to be deputy chief of staff in the executive office of the governor. Justin B. Hosie has become associated with Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel in Chattanooga. Hosie concentrates on commercial transactions, consumer lending, taxation, and conflicts of laws. Katz Barron announces the formation of an international practice group, headed by attorney Ricardo Bajandas. The group focuses on business-related international legal matters, such as U.S. taxation and transactions for international companies. It also focuses on succession planning and international tax law, business immigration issues and foreign business transactions for U.S. companies. Kimberly Lyn George, formerly of Moore, Peterson & Zeitler, has joined Rosenthal & Levy, P.A., in West Palm Beach. George concentrates in representing claimants in workers’ compensation law. Alejandro Vilarello, former city attorney for the City of Miami, has become a shareholder in the real estate and land use practice group of Akerman Senterfitt in Miami. Ben Alexander, Jr. has become associated with Jones, Foster, Johnston, & Stubbs, P.A., with offices at the Flagler Center Tower, Ste. 1100, 505 S. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach 33401; phone: (561) 659-3000. He concentrates in matters of commercial real estate transactions, real estate finance and acquisition, and real estate disposition. Michele C. Pittman has joined Macfarlane, Ferguson & McMullen in Tampa. Pittman focuses on litigation, including tort litigation, constitutional issues, and national security law. On The Move August 15, 2004 On the Move