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Paralegal Membership - Evansville Bar Association

EVANSVILLE BAR ASSOCIATION PARALEGAL APPLICATION AND AFFIDAVIT Sponsorship of Applicant as Paralegal Member and Verification of Employment: The undersigned is a member in good standing of the Evansville Bar Association and the employing attorney or representative of the employing entity, and verifies that the applicant is a paralegal as defined in Indiana Code 1-1-4-6, and who performs paralegal duties at least 70% of the time. I sponsor this applicant for Paralegal Membership in the Evansville Bar Association. EVANSVILLE BAR ASSOCIATION PARALEGAL AFFIDAVIT The undersigned is a competent adult who makes this Affidavit voluntarily and based upon personal knowledge of all facts stated herein. I have the following educational and/or experience credentials, at least one of which is required for membership: (Check Applicable Boxes) Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of twelve (12) hours of undergraduate credit in law or paralegal studies from an accredited institution Bachelor’s Degree and a Paralegal Certificate from an accredited institution Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution, plus at least two (2) years paralegal experience Associate’s Degree in paralegal studies from an accredited institution Certification in paralegal studies from an accredited institution, plus at least two (2) years paralegal experience Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam (PACE) certification (as offered by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations) and is in good standing Assistant/Certified Paralegal (CLA/CP) certification (as offered by the National Association of Legal Assistants) and is in good standing Institution _____________________________________ Major ____________________________________ Degree/Diploma obtained _________________________ Date of Degree/Diploma _____________________ (Attach sheet if additional space needed.) PACE Certification Date __________________________ CLA/CP Certification Date ___________________ Attach copies of diploma, certificate, attorney verification of work experience, PACE certificate, CLA/CP certificate, as applicable. Applications will not be considered without appropriate documentation...

EECE 418 – Pre-proposal: The Interface on the LG Chocolate ...

EECE 418 – Pre-proposal: The Interface on the LG Chocolate TG800 Cellular Phone Description I have chosen the interface of the LG Chocolate TG800, a popular last-generation GSM cellular phone. The LG Chocolate was originally marketed as a mid-level slide-up camera phone for the style-conscientious user. The TG800 is a slide phone; the phone is unlocked and ready to receive input when the top section of the cell phone is slid upwards, revealing a standard T9 keypad as indicated in the figure below. Figure 1: LG Chocolate TG800 Slide Phone The entire region surrounding and inside the silver box on the top of the phone acts as nine different buttons, all of which are touch-sensitive. On either side of the phone are two tactile buttons. The three interface problems I am addressing with the TG800 are: 1. User has no visual cues to suggest what the four short-cut arrows do. 2. The button which allows the user to access certain features during a call (such as to hold the call or mute) is immediately adjacent to the end-call button. 3. The buttons on one side of the phone allows for volume adjustments while the buttons on the other side of the phone allows the user to turn off the phone or hang up; it is easy to accidentally press the power button when we simply wish to adjust the volume. These problems will be explained in further detail in the next section. Analysis The LG Chocolate interface allows the user to access the various functions of the phone; the user can make a call, take photos with the built-in camera or listen to music stored on the internal memory, and perform many other tasks through the phone interface. As with most cellular phones, the user demographics of the LG Chocolate are extremely wide and varied. While the product may have been marketed towards young, style-savvy users, the LG Chocolate has been adopted by members of other demographics. The following is a very small sampling of possible functional and non-functional requirements of the LG Chocolate phone: Functional Requirements: 1. The interface must allow for the user to make calls from the default state by either inputting the number to be dialed on the keypad or the user may scroll through the contact list and select a contact to call. 2. The interface must allow for the user to access the phone’s additional features including the camera, media player, etc. 3. The interface must allow for the user to quickly answer incoming calls and disconnect when finished. 4. The interface must allow for the user to adjust the volume of the speaker during a call. 5. The interface must allow for the user to access advanced calling features mid-call. Non-Functional Requirements: 1. The interface must respond to user input in no more than 0.5 seconds at any given time. One major problem with the interface of the LG Chocolate is the use of the arrow shortcut keys. The arrow keys on the touch pad allow the user to navigate menus in a self-explanatory manner. However, when the phone is in the default state, immediately after sliding the cover up and unlocking the phone, the four arrows are mapped to different functions, allowing the user to bypass the traditional menu screen and access specific components of the phone’s features quickly. However, since there are no visual cues to represent what the arrows do, the user must rely solely on memory to determine which features map to these shortcut arrows. Unless the user remembers exactly what the arrows do, it is more efficient to simply navigate through the traditional menu system. Another problem with the LG Chocolate interface is that in order to access the phone’s...

Volkswagen teams up with the Chiefs - Ebbett

Volkswagen teams up with the Chiefs Chiefs fans will be lining means you can fit a pallet up for the latest Chiefs sideways on the back tray, accessory, the Volkswagen and five blokes in the cab.Amarok Chiefs Limited Along with impressive Edition. The Chiefs Amarok performance, the Amarok was unveiled under the Double Cab Highline is lights at Waikato Stadium the first Double Cab 4WD before round 6 of the ute in the New Zealand Investec Super Rugby market to receive a 5-star Chiefs vs Highlanders.ANCAP safety rating. The Volkswagen Amarok Throw in the limited Chiefs Limited Edition edition pack and the is a partnership between Chiefs Amarok really the Investec Super Rugby starts to stand out; 20” franchise and long time or 22’’ alloys with Chiefs Chiefs sponsor Hamilton centre caps, piano black based Ebbett Volkswagen. dash highlight, hard lid The highly specified The latest Chiefs recruit: the Volkswagen Amarok Chiefs Limited Edition rolls out ahead of round 6 of the with gloss black sports Chiefs Limited Edition Investec Super Rugby Chiefs vs Highlanders. bar, tray liner with Chiefs vehicle is the perfect blend Chiefs co-captain Liam Messam Diesel engines coupled with either embossed logo, gloss black of world class Volkswagen design thinks the initiative is brilliant. a 6 speed manual transmission or side running boards, unique Chiefs and Chiefs branding. Appropriately, “To have an iconic Chiefs vehicle an innovative 8 speed automatic vehicle badges with fade out on 15 vehicles only will be built, each available on the market is just transmission, including the Twin lower vehicle sides, Chiefs Limited uniquely numbered. incredible - it looks unreal and I Turbo TDI which thumps out an Edition Amarok on registration It is the first initiative of this can’t wait to drive one,” said Liam. impressive 420Nms of torque from paperwork, navigation and reversing kind for Volkswagen and one “On behalf of the Chiefs I would like 1,500 rpm, making towing a cinch. camera with Chiefs logo on start up that local dealer Walter van den to thank Walter and the Volkswagen Its highly fuel-efficient engine of stereo and a personalised Chiefs Engel from Ebbett Volkswagen team for producing such an technology, combined with an gift pack. The Volkswagen Amarok in Hamilton is excited to bring to impressive looking vehicle.” 80-litre fuel tank means you can go Chiefs Limited Edition is available Chiefs country. “As a dealership we The Volkswagen Amarok Double up to 1,000 kms between fuel stops. in black or white. are excited to be involved with the Cab is an impressive vehicle in It also boasts the largest load The toughest question for Chiefs Chiefs; and to be able to produce a its own right. Available in a range area, the widest platform, and the fans will be,what number – or limited edition vehicle for the fans is very special,” said Mr van den Engel. of reliable, hi-performance TDI roomiest cabin in the market, which should I say position – should I pick?...

Consumer Products Packaging Design - Wright Design

Consumer Products Packaging Design The Design Process and Some Basic Tips Package design for a new consumer product is as important as the product inside. This article will present a brief roadmap for designing the package for optimum effectiveness. Ideally the package designer will be a professional with strong consumer products experience. Except for the product itself, there is nothing more important to a product’s success than having a hardworking, truly sales generating package. If the package is not designed right, the trade will never buy the product and the consumer will never try it. The first section of this article reviews a typical Design Process. The second section offers some basic Packaging Design Tips. The Design Process Packaging Design - Preparation Here’s a typical Design Process. It is important to use a step by step organized approach to develop packaging design. Among other things, it helps to define which steps are client responsibilities and which are responsibilities of the design firm. 1. The first step in the process is for the client to describe the assignment to the design firm, assemble all relevant information and materials, list product benefits and key points in their priority of importance and clarify any mandatories. A “mandatory” is something that is required for the category or company. A “category” example would be the legal way a product should be described. A “company” example could be that the company president doesn’t like the color red. That means that the designer won’t use red! 2. The second step is for the design firm to prepare a proposal for the client. The proposal should include the designer’s understanding of the assignment and responsibilities, and how the designer plans to execute the assignment, spelling out deliverables, timetables and costs for each module or phase in the process. 3. The third is the most important step in the design process and it has nothing to do with graphics. The client and/or the design firm must develop a Communications Strategy that includes a strong USP - Unique Selling Proposition - (sometimes referred to as a Brand Positioning or the Brand Essence) as well as specific design direction for the specific project. The USP gives the trade and consumer a clear understanding of what makes your product different and better than your competition. There is nothing more important to the designer than to have a clear, powerful Brand Positioning to execute. The Design Process Packaging Design - Preparation A Brand Positioning Formula Unique or Preemptive* What is different about your product or service? In what ways is your offering different from your competition? Relevant Among those things that are different about your product or service, what differences are relevant? What is the most important unique attribute to your prospect target market? Believable Is your claim (your product/service difference) believable to your target prospect? Is it reasonable to think that your company can produce/offer this product or service? Performable Can you prove your claim? Does your product or service perform as claimed? * For lack of uniqueness, consider preemptive. Among the most important category benefits of your product or service, which one is not now being claimed by the competition and is, therefore, possible for you to preempt? The Design Process Packaging Design - Brand Identity For a new product, the next step in the Packaging Design Process is to create a graphic identity or logo...

Metro North Economic Impact - Bronx Borough President

Growing the Bronx for the 21st Century and Beyond An Analysis of the MTA Metro-¬North Expansion into the East Bronx Introduction In 1984, the American Public Transit Association, conducted an analysis of the employment and business revenue impacts of investment in public transit. This landmark study, for the first time demonstrated that investment in public transit supports significant job creation and increased business revenues at the local level, creating substantial economic benefits in addition to the mobility benefits associated for the local communities where these stations would be located.1 The whole of the report is based on the hypothesis that the dollars invested in the construction, operation and maintenance of transit services spur job creation and other effects since time and time again dollars are spent in the local economy.2 Since 1984 this study has been updated and refreshed numerous times with the most recent publication issued in 2009 titled “ Economic Impact of Public Transportation Investment”. As the most cited series and most complete reports of infrastructure investment and its corresponding impact on economic activity, Senator Klein and the Bronx Borough President have used this national study to continue to make the argument that the approval of the capitol plan to expand access of the Metro North to the Bronx is necessary and vital to Bronx residents and communities. Metro North Expansion in the Bronx The proposed Metro-North expansion into the East Bronx is part of a larger plan for the MTA called “Penn Station Access”. This proposal will allow Metro-North trains to come into Penn Station. Part of this increased access would be the construction of six new stations, two on the West Side of Manhattan and four in the East Bronx.3 The four stations in the East Bronx would be created along existing Amtrak tracks, therefore lessening the economic burden on New York State. The expansion in the Bronx would pave the way for economic development and job creation along with a quicker commute for Bronx residents. In the fall of 2012 Metro-North began a series of presentations in the neighborhoods where the four proposed stations would be constructed, Co-Op City, Morris Park, Hunts Point and Parkchester.4 These presentations highlighted the growing use of Metro-North Service and that Bronx as the largest rail reverse commuter market in the United States, bringing 5,000 residents to suburban jobs, out of 13,000 Bronx residents who use Metro North every week day5. Considering the diversity of the communities surrounding each of the four proposed stations, each would benefit each neighborhood differently. Co-Op City would see greater exposure to the Bay Plaza6, while Hunts Point would become a transit hub with connection to the 6 train.7 The Morris Park community would be introduced to suburban employment centers in Westchester and Connecticut,8 while the Parkchester station would broaden transportation opportunities for residents with the possibility for connections with NYC buses, such as the Bronx 42, 40 and 20.9 However we are one borough, one Bronx. In that vein, the economic impact assessments below show the potential ability for these four stations to create jobs, business revenue and property values in the Bronx as a whole. Estimating Investment Costs of the Metro North Expansion in the Bronx Using the above referenced American Public Transit Association reports, much of the economic impact analysis flows from a public transportation project’s capital investment in a local area and the operating/maintenance cost investment in the same project. In this economic analysis, the capital investments refer to the expansion in the Bronx, with expenditures for the additions of the four new East Bronx Stations. Additionally, operating investments go to the maintaining and function of the rail system. Major components of these costs are the salaries and wages to hire the employees who conduct these operations and generally are hired from the local labor force. Other operating expenses go to payments for insurance, utilities, fuel and fringe benefits...

Tips Mengerjakan Soal Barisan dan Teks

Tips mengerjakan soal TPA (Bagian 3 : Barisan dan Wacana) Barisan adalah sekelompok bilangan yang disusun menurut pola atau aturan tertentu. Kita mengenal beberapa barisan, yaitu : 1. Barisan Aritmetika : un = a + (n-1)b Barisan yang memiliki beda atau selisih yang tetap diantara dua suku yang berurutan. Contoh : 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, .. Beda barisan di atas = 2 4 – 2 = 6 – 4 = 8 – 6 = 10 – 8 = 2 2. Barisan Geometri : un = a ⋅ rn-1 Barisan yang memiliki rasio atau pembanding yang tetap diantara dua suku berurutan. Contoh : 1, 3, 9, 27, 81, .. Rasio barisan di atas = 3 3 9 27 81 3 9 27 1 3 3. Barisan Fibonacci (sering keluar di SNMPTN) : un = un-2 + un-1 Barisan bilangan dimana suku berikutnya adalah jumlah dua suku sebelumnya. Contoh : 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, … 1+1=2 1+2=3 2+3=5 3+5=8 8 + 13 = 21 dan seterusnya 4. Barisan bujursangkar (barisan kuadrat) : un = n2 Contoh : 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, … 5. Barisan persegi panjang : un = n(n+1) Contoh : 2, 6, 12, 20, 30, 42, … ...

Choosing running shoes
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Choosing a running shoe When you decide to buy a new pair of running shoes, you will be confronted by a wide range of options to choose from. Just buying the same brand and model that you have been wearing may not be an option as the appearance and possibly the features of that model may have changed since you bought the last pair. Running shoes are consumer items and the lure of the new drives change. When you do find a shoe that you like, it is worth considering buying a second pair and alternating their use. This extends the period for which you have shoes that you like and allows each pair to dry out between use. All modern running shoes are designed to feel comfortable when you try them on in the store. If you do have a problem with a particular model it probably will not become evident until you have worn them for some time. Trying out new shoes on a treadmill in the store is a better option than just putting them on and walking up and down a few metres. This will still not indicate how things like the sole pattern will cope with surfaces like bitumen or grass.Each brand manufacturer has decided on some feature that they consider to be something that differentiates them from other brands. This is usually the sole construction and so we have cushioning based on air, gel, wave, grid, etc.Other differentiation features include sole patterns and lacing arrangements. Is one of these shoe constructions better than another? It depends on what you mean by better. You could look at research outcomes to determine if one form of cushioning reduces running injuries more than another - an interesting question to ask any of the brand representatives. You could decide to take the “poll driven” approach and look around on the starting line at your next race and choose the brand that most other runners are wearing. Another option is to see which is the most expensive shoe and reason that price is an indicator of “best”. On the other hand you could just choose the brand and model that has a colour scheme that matches your club running gear. Choosing a shoe because a world champion runner wears it is not a good reason to buy it - unless perhaps the company offers to sponsor you too.Within brands, terms like motion control, stability, cushioning, neutral and light weight are used to describe the properties of various models. These properties are then supposed to be matched to your running style and training characteristics. For example, you would think that adding a generous layer of cushioning in the sole of a shoe would reduce impact forces on the body and hence injuries, but is there evidence for this? Some studies indicate that removing the sensory signals that would normally operate during the foot impact stage of the running cycle reduces the capacity of the total leg structure to dissipate impact forces effectively. Other features like high, excessively padded heel counters can contribute to achilles problems. Whenever you change the nature of how your foot interacts with the ground while running you will introduce new stress patterns in the foot and upwards through the leg and hip and this can contribute to injuries. If you quickly increase the intensity and/or distance you run each week you will increase the magnitude and total amount of force impacting on your body as a result of running and, if this total demand is greater than the body’s capacity to adapt to it, injury will result. If you always run on hard surfaces, your foot impact will be greater than that on soft surfaces. If you wear heavy shoes, their weight will be a factor in the energy you expend on each stride. If you wear shoes with inflexible soles your foot will have to work harder to achieve its natural operation from impact to toe off (if it is able to do so at all). A light, neutral, flexible shoe could well be a better option to minimise injuries and assist faster racing and interval training than a (probably) more expensive cushioned shoe. Training on a range of surfaces is another strategy to employ. If you do decide to switch shoe types, phase the new pair in over a period of time...

COVER_Majalah DIKBUD Edisi 02.cdr - kementerian pendidikan ...

Ujian Nasional Tiket Masuk Perguruan Tinggi PUSAT INFORMASI DAN HUBUNGAN MASYARAKAT...UN adalah contoh lain lagi. Hal baru yang ... peserta didik mendaftar SNMPTN secara komputerisasi, dan menjalani .... Naskah soal UN 2013 dengan lembar....Bidikmisi adalah program bantuan biaya pendidikan yang diberikan Pemerintah kepada mahasiswa yang memiliki potensi akademik memadai dan kurang mampu secara ekonomi. Misi program ini untuk menghidupkan harapan bagi masyarakat kurang mampu dan mempotensi akademik memadai untuk dapat menempuh pendidikan sampai ke jenjang pendidikan tinggi....

Finmeccanica: integration of the Board of Directors

The Shareholders’ Meeting of Finmeccanica, held today to integrate the Board of Directors, upon the proposal of the shareholder Ministry of Economy and Finance, has appointed Giovanni De Gennaro and Alessandro Minuto Rizzo as Directors in place of resigning Giuseppe Orsi and Franco Bonferroni and, upon the proposal of a group of investment management companies and of other institutional investors, has appointed Dario Frigerio in place of resigning Christian Streiff.

Poste Italiane: Anno della Fede, consegna a Mons. Fisichella due “Free duck”

Poste Italiane, in occasione dell’Anno della Fede il Presidente Ialongo e l’Ad Sarmi consegnano a Monsignor Fisichella due “Free duck”, i quadricicli elettrici utilizzati dai portalettere per la consegna della posta nei centri urbani ad alto pregio storico e artistico. Nel quadro delle manifestazioni promosse dall’Anno della Fede, Poste Italiane è anche sponsor del Grande Concerto di musica classica, in programma sabato 22 giugno presso l’Aula Paolo VI alla presenza di Papa Francesco.

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