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Wasserman

A.I. Wasserman (Tony), president of IDE.
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Wasserman was honored with the Daily Reports Distinguished Leader Award for his role in leading the formation of the largest law firm combination in the world in 2017, bringing together US-based Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP with UK-based Eversheds LLP.
Wasserman joined Scripps in 2008 as GM of longtime NBC affiliate WPTV-5 in West Palm Beach.
Wasserman Schultz and a handful of similarly-minded people held a news conference that morning in the courtyard of the Federal Courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Nathan Wasserman worked with Lisa Shimamura of Colab Projects, an organization that represents artists in fine art and commercial fields, to create a rotating art gallery to showcase artists' work.
The proposed constitutional amendment would give Wasserman the exclusive rights to operate casinos in seven Arkansas counties.
For the past three years, Wasserman has been locked in a bitter conflict with the Funeral Board, the body that licenses and protects commercial funeral directors in the state.
In Reagan's first term as SAG president, from 1947 to 1952, he drew fire from fellow actors for letting Wasserman's company function as both a talent agency and a production company--the notorious "Wasserman Waiver" (at the time there were no formal prohibitions against agents producing TV shows, and Wasserman was eager to exploit this loophole).
Otro concepto clave que desarrolla Wasserman es historicismo.
As a former state assemblywoman Wasserman Schultz was well-versed in the intricacies of the case that had become an emotional rallying point for the pro-life movement.
Wasserman says her biggest challenges will be accelerating speed to market and introducing new products more quickly.
Every time I run out on the field, we give each other some words," Wasserman said.
Wasserman, who is 90, more or less - remember, this is a complicated story - is also the guy who wrote the stage version of Ken Kesey's novel "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.