Nov. 28, 2018

Tripp Scott's Jeffrey Wood Wins Charter School Champions Award

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – (November 26, 2018) – Tripp Scott today announced that Jeffrey S. Wood, a director with the law firm, has been named the winner of a 2018 Florida Charter Schools Champions Award at the recent Florida Charter School Conference in Orlando.

Wood won the Champions Award in the category of charter school pioneer.  The award was one of 21 presented by the Florida Consortium of Public Charter Schools (FCPCS), the leading charter school membership association in the state.

For the seventh consecutive year, FCPCS received nominations in several categories, including charter school board members, charter school leaders, charter school teachers, charter school pioneers and charter school preferred partners. Winners received their awards at an evening awards reception and presentation.

“Each year, we honor exemplary teachers, school leaders, governing board members and pioneers who represent the very best in the Florida charter school movement,” said Robert Haag, FCPCS President.  “This year, we received more nominations than ever.”

About the Florida Consortium of Public Charter Schools

The Florida Consortium of Public Charter Schools (FCPCS) is the leading charter school membership association in the state, with a membership of nearly 75 percent of all operating charter schools. Since its inception in 1999, FCPCS has been dedicated to creating a national model of high quality, accredited public charter schools that are student-centered and performance-driven. FCPCS provides a wide array of technical support, mentoring, training, networking, and purchasing services to its membership, as well as serving as an advocate for all Florida public charter schools.

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Dismissing parents’ role in their children’s education is not a politically savvy move

AS PUBLISHED IN THE MIAMI HERALD

An op-ed by Tripp Scott's Ed Pozzuoli

One lesson that was certainly reinforced in 2021, amid political upsets and COVID wreckage, is that parents will engage to protect their children’s health and education against dictates from out-of-touch politicians and bureaucrats with records of vacillation and failure. The battle has become parental freedom vs. the self-interest of the teachers’ unions.

Urban League research correlates increased parental engagement with improved student academic achievement; better behavioral outcomes, emotional functioning and self-control within the classroom; increased attendance; lower dropout rates; and higher college enrollment.

Tripp Scott Attorney Douglas H. Reynolds Elected Chair of the Board of Directors of Legal Aid of Broward County

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., December 16, 2021 - Tripp Scott today announced that Douglas H. Reynolds, a director with the law firm, has been elected the Chair of the Board of Directors for Legal  Aid Service of Broward County, which serves both  Broward and Collier counties.

Not So Much Brotherly Love? Five-Year Dispute Between Two Business Partners Ends With Defense Judgment

These South Florida attorneys have finally put a five-year litigation battle between two brothers to rest.

The lawsuit began with plaintiff Aldo Di Sorbo’s claim that American Van Lines Inc. and defendant Anthony Di Sorbo defrauded the company by using a corporate loan to buy out other shareholders. But Tripp Scott attorneys Paul Lopez and Stephanie Mazzola alleged the plaintiff knew all along about the use of the corporate funds since the company’s lawyer told him about the transaction in various emails.

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