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Texas woman raped by Skokie hotel security guard awarded $1.8m by jury: lawyers Fri, 25 Feb 2022 01:35:29 +0000

A Texas woman who traveled to the Chicago area on business was awarded $1.8 million after she was raped by a security guard on duty at the Skokie Hotel where she was staying, attorneys for the victim say .

On October 2, 2013, Karla Gress was staying at the Holiday Inn Chicago Northshore – Skokie while on a work-related trip.

After having a drink that night at Bar Louie inside the Holiday Inn, records show that around 10 p.m., the 49-year-old Dallas-area woman called the hotel front desk to need help with air conditioning. Alhagie Singhateh, a hotel worker and security guard, was sent to Gress’s room to investigate, her lawyers said.

Throughout the night, evidence shows that Singhateh came back up to Gress’ room several times. During one of the visits, Singhateh sexually assaulted Gress, according to his lawyers.

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Gress reported the attack within 24 hours of returning to Texas and suffered a rape kit. DNA from the rape kit matched Singhateh, his lawyers said.

Despite this evidence, Singhateh continued to work at the Skokie Hotel for over a year until he was fired due to another incident and additional complaints that he was causing other female customers discomfort. comfortable, according to plaintiffs’ attorneys.

“Hotel management facilitated the assault by sending a male security guard to Karla’s room, knowing he had a key and despite being warned she was intoxicated. Rather than protecting Karla’s privacy and security in her locked room, hotel management put her at risk,” Gress said attorney Tara R. Devine of Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard. in a press release.

“This attack was completely preventable and stemmed from the defendants’ failure to take appropriate steps to protect their guests,” Devine added.


A lawsuit was filed in 2015, appealed on a motion to dismiss in 2017, and reinstated in 2018. The trial then began on February 7, 2022.

On February 24, a Cook County jury awarded Gress $1.8 million for her past loss of a normal life and emotional distress.

“Nothing can take away the emotional damage Karla has suffered in the almost 10 years since the attack. This verdict represents an important step in the healing process, vindicates Karla’s case and sends a strong reminder to hotels and their staff that it is imperative that policies are in place to protect guests from harm under their watch,” Gress’s attorney, Brian Monico of Hale & Monico, said in a statement.

Gress was also represented by attorneys Jaclyn J. Kurth of Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard and John Chwarzynski Jr. of Hale & Monico.

]]> Israeli investor buys Delta City Mall Podgorica in Montenegro for 95 million euros Tue, 22 Feb 2022 08:52:00 +0000

PODGORICA (Montenegro), February 22 (SeeNews) – Israeli company BIG Shopping Centers has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Delta City Mall Podgorica in Montenegro for 95 million euros ($108 million).

BIG Shopping Centers will acquire the company through CEE-BIG BV, a company in which it has a 95% stake, and will use a bank loan to finance 57 million euros of the purchase price, it said on Sunday. in a press release.

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“BIG’s entry into Montenegro is another step in the implementation of the company’s strategy to expand its activities in the Balkans and Eastern Europe. BIG continues to locate strategic projects in order to increase its market power, thanks to which, together with the success achieved in Serbia, it is one of the leading real estate companies in the Balkan region,” said CEO Hay Galis.

In December, UK-based Hystead Limited, majority-owned by South African real estate investment trust (REIT) Hyprop Investments, said it expected to complete the sale of Delta City Mall Podgorica in Montenegro in the first quarter of 2022. Firm offer to sell its entire stake in the entity owning Delta City Mall Podgorica, based on a gross land value of 95 million euros, he said at the time.

Hystead acquired Delta City Mall Belgrade and Delta City Mall Podgorica from Serbia’s Delta Holding for €127.8 million in February 2016.

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Hub of innovation and investment, the Republic of Serbia celebrates Expo 2020 National Day in Dubai Wed, 16 Feb 2022 15:16:35 +0000

“The UAE and Serbia share strong bilateral relations that have blossomed over the years, and we look forward to seeing them grow further as we explore increased educational, scientific and commercial partnerships and exchanges in a range of areas of shared interest between our two countries.

SE Matic said: “Our participation in Expo 2020 Dubai not only allows us to showcase our potential, develop business networks and raise our country’s profile, but also further fosters the partnership between Serbia and the United Arab Emirates. We encourage the development of Serbian businesses and provide strong support for the development of an innovative and knowledge-based economy through the commitment of many highly qualified experts, mainly in the fields of information technology, medicine, engineering and higher education.

“We are delighted that our Emirati partners have recognized Serbia as a major investment destination, as well as an interesting tourist destination. In recent months, we have been strongly committed to strengthening our bilateral relations, as well as promoting cooperation and global solidarity among different countries. I am sure we will all cherish the motto of this Expo: “Connecting minds, creating the future”and I’m sure it will motivate us to embody it in our future activities.

The National Day ceremony at Al Wasl Plaza included a special musical performance by internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning violinist, Stefan Milenkovich and his string virtuoso, Team Serbia. This was followed by an artistic performance of traditional folk music and dance, showcasing the cultural heritage of different ethnic groups, performed by the Kolo Dance Ensemble.

Later, a business briefing highlighted Serbia’s investment opportunities in biotechnology, agribusiness and information and communication technology (ICT).

Speaking at a press conference for local and international press, Her Excellency Ana Ilić, Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister for Creative Industries and Tourism and Deputy Commissioner General for Expo 2020 Dubai, said: “We had here more than 1,000 businessmen and companies from abroad. , and they were extremely happy with the way things were organized and the impact they were having on countries around the world. Through Expo 2020 Dubai itself, we were also able to connect with countries through other Commissioners General and B2B meetings. More than 70 countries have met with us over the past few months. Expo 2020 Dubai has exceeded our expectations, and we are preparing to take advantage of all the opportunities of this Expo which has been more than we could have hoped for.

Ideas and innovations are the main themes of the Serbia pavilion, located in the Expo’s Mobility District. The pavilion attracted more than 700,000 visitors and more than 100 innovative products and projects were presented by Serbia’s business program. The Balkan Republic has signed more than 15 commercial and pre-commercial contracts in the tourism, real estate, wellness, automotive, agriculture and technology sectors.

The celebrations will continue throughout the day and into the evening at the Serbia Pavilion, with performances by world-renowned accordion maestro Petar Maric and the Kolo folk dance ensemble, as well as a music concert film, “Balkan Cinema Acoustics” by actress Jelena Gavrilovic and musician Aleksandra Milutinovic, crowned by a medley of music by DJ Emina.

National and Honor Days at Expo 2020 Dubai are moments to celebrate each of the more than 200 international participants of Expo 2020, highlighting their culture and achievements and showcasing their pavilions and programming.

Through March 31, 2022, Expo 2020 has invited visitors from around the world to join in creating a new world in a six-month celebration of human creativity, innovation, progress and growth. culture.

© Press release 2022 ]]> Job and Career Fair February 9 in Jacksonville | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record Fri, 04 Feb 2022 09:18:05 +0000

More than 25 companies will be interviewing and hiring at the Jacksonville Career Fair, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Feb. 9, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jacksonville Riverfront in downtown Southbank.

Free parking is available in the garage under the hotel.

More than 750 jobs, including entry-level and professional opportunities, blue-collar and white-collar positions, full-time and part-time opportunities, multiple shifts and seasonal work will be available as well as leadership positions, according to a press release from jobnewsusa. com.

Companies and jobs to be represented include:

• Ashley HomeStore: Positions available include Warehouse Associates, Customer Experience Representatives, Porters and Sales Representatives.

Brooks Rehabilitation: Registered Nurse, Certified Practical Nurse (CNA), Physiotherapist, Business Services Representatives, Licensed Practical Nurse and Front Desk Coordinator.

• Duval County Public Schools: School Safety Assistants, School Safety Officers and Paraprofessionals.

• Enhanced Resource Centers: Hiring for over 20 positions including: Collection Agents, Bilingual Call Center Agents, Client Solution Coordinator, Compliance Auditor, Internal Audit Manager and other jobs.

• Gate Petroleum Co.: Hiring for more than 100 positions across multiple locations, including Managers-in-Training, Sales Associates, Kitchen Managers-in-Training and Food Service Associates

• Kelly Professional & Industrial in support of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc. is recruiting for over 130 positions, including Manufacturing Technicians, Reconditioning Operators, Sanitation Technicians, and Tooling/CNC Operators.

Shipyard personnel: Hiring for more than 150 positions, including general labourers, electricians, welders, pipe fitters, project managers, marine painters, riggers and sheet metal workers.

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Battle for Bomazeen: Officials fear Belgrade youth camp will be sold before lawsuit is resolved Sat, 15 Jan 2022 16:37:43 +0000

The state attorney general’s office and a group of local lawyers to keep their beloved Camp Bomazeen on Great Pond in Belgrade a place for scouts in central Maine fear the camp is being sold even as a trial over his fate is still ongoing.

The Pine Tree Council of the Boy Scouts of America attempted to sell the camp property to pay off the debt. The Pine Tree Council lawyer, meanwhile, acknowledged the council had a buy-and-sell agreement in place to sell the camp, to a local family he declined to identify, but who he said he planned to provide a perpetual easement on a significant area of ​​the property for scouting. And that, for now, as long as the trial is ongoing, the council plans to maintain the status quo with the camp.

The Bomazeen Old Timers and its leaders, Bruce Rueger and Scott Adams, have stepped in to join the Maine attorney general’s office in a lawsuit the office has filed against the Pine Tree Council, which oversees scouting in the southern and central part of state and wants to sell the 330-acre waterfront youth camp to help pay off some of its large debt and fund its ongoing operations. The intervenors argue that the council – which saw at least one buyer enter into an initial agreement to buy the property but later backed out of the deal – has no right to sell the property because it breached the terms of the act since the The place was donated by Dr. George Averill in the 1940s as a place where Boy Scouts could camp.

With the lawsuit filed by the state AG’s office last year still in its preliminary stages, Rueger and the head of the consumer protection division of the state attorney general’s office State have expressed concern that the council still appears to be attempting to sell the property.

And that would undermine the Bomazeen Old Timers’ hopes of striking a deal with the council to acquire the property themselves so they can turn it into a camp for Central Maine Boy Scouts, and potentially other youth groups.

“The board is still continuing its efforts to sell the camp,” Rueger said Friday. “The Board is unwilling to accept that Bomazeen has been entrusted to Central Maine Scouts to be held in trust and that this trust must be continued. They don’t seem to act like the trial bothers them at all. We were hoping that we could sit down and talk with the Pine Tree Council and see if we could come up with a resolution that saves the camp and preserves it in perpetuity. We would like to see this property saved and used, rather than expanded.

Linda Conti, head of the AG state office’s consumer protection division, wrote in a November letter to the Pine Tree Council’s attorney that her office had learned that the council had already reached an agreement to buying and selling for Camp Bomazeen property. She argued that the court should be given the opportunity to rule on the Bomazeen Old Timers’ claim that the council has no power to sell the property, before the property is sold. And that if the board were to sell the property, Conti wrote, “in our opinion, every penny of the sale proceeds is appropriated from a trust for the benefit of Central Maine Scouts and is not available to pay general creditors advice”.

Conti said Friday the property has not been sold, but she believes the council is still marketing it. The council did not respond to his letter, Conti said, and “the Pine Tree Council maintains that it can sell the property in confidence and use the proceeds of the sale for any of its general purposes.”

Council legal adviser Eric Wycoff said on Friday the property has not been sold, but the council has a purchase and sale agreement to sell Camp Bomazeen “to a local family who plan to provide a perpetual servitude over an area important to Scouting, but the closing date is a long way off.At the moment, while the lawsuit is ongoing, the Pine Tree Council plans to maintain the status quo with Camp Bomazeen.

He said the board’s position remains that he owns Camp Bomazeen, has the right to sell it, and has the right to use the proceeds of its sale to pay off debts and help support scouting in the council area.

The superior court lawsuit filed by the AG’s office last year seeks to prevent the council from using proceeds from the proposed sale of Camp Bomazeen to pay operating expenses, creditors or council debt. The lawsuit also states that any proceeds from this potential sale will be held in trust “for the purpose of directly supporting Boy Scout camping activities in the Pine Tree Council area, with a preference for Boy Scouts in central Maine.”

Longtime Scout leaders Rueger of Waterville and Adams of China, and the 300-member group Bomazeen Old Timers, joined as intervenors in the case after it was filed. They claim that the charitable trust, which initially received ownership of the camp and whose trustees were responsible for overseeing its use by the scouts, was never properly dissolved when the council took control of the Bomazeen camp. They therefore argue that the council should be ordered to end all efforts to sell the camp and that local stakeholders should be appointed as successor trustees and given title and control of the property.

The Pine Tree Council is asking that the case be dismissed. The organization notes that the deed specifically authorizes the sale of the Bomazeen property, claims that the council correctly took control of the property in 2008 as no successor trustee had been appointed and there was no current trustees. They also state that the charitable trust created by Averill’s deed had failed, so the council took title to the camp without any restrictions that were in that deed.

Wycoff also filed a counterclaim against the AG’s office, asking the court to declare that the board took title to the camp with the sole restriction that it was for the “use and benefit of the Boy Scouts of America.” and that the Board’s proposed use of proceeds from a sale of Bomazeen to repay its debt and support its operations would indeed comply with this restriction.

The board claims in court documents that it owns Camp Bomazeen without any restrictions contained in the Averill deed and has no obligation to provide notice or any opportunity for members of the Valley District. of Kennebec to raise objections.

Court documents say the parties to the lawsuit met with a neutral mediator in August but were unable to reach a resolution, so the case is on track to proceed to trial.

Matt Klutzaritz, Boy Scout executive and CEO of the Raymond-based Pine Tree Council, previously said the goal of Pine Tree Council leaders was to sell Camp Bomazeen to a person or entity that would allow at least some continued use by Boy Scouts.

Last March, Pine Tree Council President Jack O’Toole told Scouting parents that the council was also selling Camp Gustin to Sabattus and Camp Nutter to Acton, to raise money for its share of a settlement fund. Boy Scouts of America for victims of sexual abuse. This prompted the family of the late Charles Gustin, who deeded Camp Gustin to the Pine Tree Council in 1948, to ask the Scout organization to reconsider selling the property.

Last December, the Maine-based nonprofit group Kita camp, which provides tuition-free summer camping for young people who have lost a loved one to suicide, announced that it has acquired Camp Nutter, a 28.5-acre camp on Loon Pond in Acton from the Pine Tree Council . Camp Kita officials said in a press release that they would continue to allow Scouts to use the facilities for many of their activities.

Wycoff said that due to declining scout numbers and the COVID-19 pandemic, which has hampered traditional fundraising efforts, the council has seen lower revenues and owns more camps and real estate. that it cannot use it effectively and efficiently. He said that between 2000 and 2019, the number of Scouts in the Pine Tree Council area increased from 14,066 to 4,536 Scouts. He said at the end of 2021, the council was down to just 2,478 and just 546 Scouts in the Kennebec Valley District, which is in central Maine. He said Bomazeen Camp is severely underutilized, does not generate enough revenue to cover maintenance costs, and it is unsustainable to keep the camp open to such a small number of users.

Camp Bomazeen operated, with Rueger and Julie McKenney as directors, for three weekends of nighttime activities and one week of day camp last summer, welcoming around 200 children for typical Scouting youth activities. Rueger said alumni volunteers have been largely responsible for upkeep and maintenance of Camp Bomazeen in recent years.

Rueger said Camp Bomazeen can be operated on its own and the Old Timers group still hopes to be able to acquire and run it as a youth camp, open to scouts but also other groups, but said that he had not been able to progress. this with the leaders of the council. He said that once the camp is sold and redeveloped, it will never be a youth camp again.

“We didn’t really want to go to court to do this,” Rueger said. “We thought we could solve the problem, but we didn’t really have the opportunity to sit down and present ideas on what we could do with the camp. We are trying to save a place where children can go to play and have fun. This is the fundamental basis of all this.

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Kosovo Serbs close to Serbian leadership join US blacklist Thu, 09 Dec 2021 15:47:55 +0000

Authorities in Kosovo have welcomed the decision of the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, OFAC, to impose sanctions on controversial Serbian businessman from Kosovo, Zvonko Veselinovic, Milan Radoicic and 12 others.

According to OFAC, Veselinovic heads an organized criminal group “engaged in a large-scale corruption program with security officials from Kosovo and Serbia who facilitate the illicit trafficking of goods, money, drugs and weapons between Kosovo and Serbia ”.

Its press release states that the sanctioned group “also conspired with various politicians in several counterpart deals, including the early 2019 bribery of Kosovar security officials to allow their smuggling operations between Serbia and Kosovo and end corruption. 2017 of Kosovar border security officials to allow the safe passage of smugglers ”.

Collectively, the blacklisted individuals and businesses are referred to as Specially Designated Nationals or SDNs. Their assets are frozen, and Americans are generally prohibited from doing business with them.

Radoicic, leader of Srpska Lista, the Kosovo Serb party remotely controlled by the ruling Progressive Party in Serbia, and Veselinovic, a well-known businessman, are often seen as obscure rulers in northern Kosovo ruled by the Serbs. Serbs.

Both are considered suspects by Kosovo authorities for the 2018 murder of Kosovo Serb opposition politician Oliver Ivanovic, a case also mentioned by OFAC. In his last interview with BIRN, Ivanovic described Radoicic as a “key figure in an intimidating power system in northern Kosovo”.

For years, the couple have been involved in state-supported projects and enjoyed the support of the Serbian Progressive Party, led by Aleksandar Vucic, also President of Serbia.

In 2019, BIRN released photographs of Radoicic and Veselinovic with the Serbian President’s witness Nikola Petrovic and of Veselinovic with Vucic’s brother Andrej at the Progressive Party headquarters. Vucic defended Radoicic after Ivanovic’s murder and provided him with a safe haven in Serbia.

But the ties of these men extended far beyond the Serbian Progressive Party.

In 2015, BIRN uncovered evidence that Veselinovic was transporting equipment for a company owned by prominent Kosovo Albanians linked to the Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK.

The goods were sold to US construction giant Bechtel and its Turkish partner Enka, the main contractor hired to build Kosovo’s largest infrastructure project, the Pristina-Tirana highway.

BIRN also discovered that Veselinovic was transporting rocks from the Arena Invest quarry in northern Kosovo, until the roads were blocked by the barricades he helped create.

Arena Invest is owned by three prominent Kosovar Albanians: the former Kosovar Ambassador to Washington, the owner of the former Prime Minister and President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, and a former commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, as well as a Serbian politician from Kosovo.

In 2017, while prime minister, Haradinaj met Radoicic. Two years later, he said Radoicic was also received by former President Thaci in his office.

Despite this, Haradinaj praised the sanctions imposed by the United States on the two men, calling them “excellent news”. He said: “The decision will help our mission to fight transnational crime in Kosovo and the Western Balkans. “

Prime Minister Albin Kurti also welcomed the sanctions, calling them proof that crime in northern Kosovo is a daily reality that violates the law and the rights and freedoms of citizens.

Also reacting to the imposed US sanctions, Serbian President Vucic downplayed the progressives’ relationship with the men, saying they had not received any money from his party and expressing doubts about what authorities would find out about their companies.

Vucic said they had nothing to do with the people on the sanctions list and “they didn’t give us [Progressives] one dinar ”.

“They [the US] accused them mainly of illegal trade… I won’t go into detail until I see what [the report] really said, and if there are serious charges, our state authorities will investigate them, ”Vucic said on Wednesday.

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Michelin CGDE: Guide 2022 – Belgrade – 14 recommended restaurants including one awarded a Bib Gourmand Wed, 08 Dec 2021 10:02:11 +0000



December 7, 2021

14 restaurants are included in the MICHELIN Guide

Belgrade first selection

  • The MICHELIN Guide Belgrade 2022 highlights local cuisine and celebrates the diversity of Serbian cuisine
  • 14 restaurants are recommended by the MICHELIN Guide, one of which has been awarded a Bib Gourmand

Michelin is delighted to unveil, for the first time, a MICHELIN Guide of Belgrade, to celebrate the richness of the city’s gastronomy. In this first selection 14 restaurants are recommended, one of which has received a Bib Gourmand from MICHELIN Guide inspectors. This distinction is one of the public’s favorites and rewards restaurants offering a high quality menu at a great price.

“With this selection, Belgrade becomes a destination recommended by Michelin for its rich and diverse culinary experiences”, explains Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of MICHELIN Guides. “The last 2 years have been difficult for the catering and tourism industries and this first selection in Belgrade will help strengthen the local industry. The potential here is real, with effervescent, young and talented professionals ready to shine and showcase their culture. Belgrade, there is a very dynamic atmosphere, but also a generous authenticity, especially in the culinary experiences. ”

The country’s multi-faceted cuisine – brought about by its geographical location between East and West, and the richness of its exchanges throughout history – has created a strong and varied culinary culture, where Turkish, Hungarian, and other Balkan influences abound.

Serbian landscapes, rich in rich and fertile land, offer a wonderful range of expression to chefs, with high quality products available all year round. Throughout the ages, Serbia has also been known for its viticulture, with grape varieties full of character. The result is a vibrant, popular culinary scene accessible to all foodies.

As always, the Belgrade selection was carried out by anonymous and independent MICHELIN Guide inspectors, who evaluate the restaurants on the basis of the universal criteria of the MICHELIN Guide, in order to make the best recommendations for gourmets around the world.


This first selection brings together 14 restaurants and includes everything from a restaurant in a shopping center to that of an old customs house … and the range of cuisine is just as varied, from classic to authentic (Salon 1905, GuÅ¡ti mora, JaM) to modern and creative (Enso, Homa, Magellan, Le Carré, Legat 1903); Japanese (Ebisu) to the Mediterranean (Community café e Cucina, Mezestoran DvoriÅ¡te, Lobster).

A Bib Gourmand is awarded to Iva New Balkan Cuisine.

This friendly, neighborhood café-restaurant has been awarded a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand for its high-quality cuisine and good value for money. In this modern-looking restaurant, gourmets can taste subtly refined traditional Balkan recipes while remaining healthy and comforting.

Bela Reka was identified for her commitment to sustainable development.

This city establishment is applauded for its sustainability credentials. located in the Homolje mountains, the farm, the owner provides a wonderful choice of meats and goat cheeses, which are accompanied by wines from their estate. Their aim is to promote local farmers and producers, and to preserve the identity of traditional Serbian cuisine.

The selection of the MICHELIN Guide Belgrade 2022 is published in digital format only – the listings can be found on the MICHELIN Guide websiteand on the free MICHELIN Guide iosand Androidapplications.

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The selection of the MICHELIN Guide Belgrade 2022:

Bela reka


Community café e Cucina






Gušti mora




Iva New Balkan Cuisine

SELECTED / Gourmet bib





Legate 1903




Mezestoran Dvorište


Salon 1905


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26 164 million
26 164 million
Net income 2021 1,880 million
2,131 million
2,131 million
Net debt 2021 2 964 M
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PER 2021 ratio 13.2x
Yield 2021 3.25%
Capitalization 24,994 million
28 328 million
28,326 million
VE / Sales 2021 1.21x
VE / Sales 2022 1.12x
Number of employees 117,540
Free float 94.3%

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Breuner appointed new district judge | State Wed, 01 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte has appointed Belgrade City Court Judge Andrew Breuner to preside over the new eighteenth judicial district court in Gallatin County.

Breuner, who has served as Belgrade municipal judge since 2015, was one of four candidates who applied for the post earlier this fall. The 2021 legislature approved the new position in response to the increase in the number of cases in the rapidly growing county.

The last day of Breuner in Belgrade will be December 31; he expects to be sworn in as a district judge on Jan. 3.

Breuner told the Belgrade News on Wednesday that he believed his experience on the bench in Belgrade contributed to the governor’s decision.

“A real peculiarity is that I was a practicing judge for almost seven years,” he said. “You add that to the fact that I have been a licensed lawyer, and I think I brought a wealth of experience to the application process. “

He added that Gianforte also knows him well due to their past working relationship on the board of the Petra Academy.

“I know his expectations, his standards of professionalism,” said Breuner. “He knows my skills, he knows my personality, he knows my values. “

In a press release, Gianforte said: “Andrew Breuner is a talented lawyer who will make an outstanding judge in the Eighteenth Judicial District. He is committed to applying the law in a fair, consistent and objective manner, and I have no doubts that he will serve County Gallatin well by interpreting the laws, not by making them on the bench.

Before becoming a judge in Belgrade, Breuner worked for 15 years as a lawyer, “so I am familiar with the district systems, not just locally but throughout the state,” he said.

Breuner said the nomination was “bittersweet” because “as excited as I am and eager to get down to business at Bozeman… I have a genuine affection for Belgrade.

“To be honest with you, I will miss coming to work here terribly,” he said.

In an email to court and city staff on Wednesday morning, Breuner wrote: “Thanks to you, I have looked forward to coming to work every day for six and a half years. You made my work so meaningful and, frankly, fun. I am truly blessed by all of you and I will miss this place dearly.

Under Breuner’s leadership, the Belgrade court became a municipal archives court last July, meaning the court now keeps detailed accounts of all its proceedings. Breuner said on Wednesday he expects the next big change for city court to be a transition to city court status, according to most major cities in Montana – and he expects this to happen. happen as soon as possible.

Before that, the city will have to find a new municipal judge, a transition which Breuner says will be fairly fluid.

“I am totally convinced that we have the resources we need to maintain the pitch for as long as it takes (to hire a replacement),” he said. “By the end of January, I expect Belgrade to be ready to select someone.”

City manager Neil Cardwell said council would start planning to find a new judge at its meeting on Monday.

“I’m excited for him and this opportunity,” Cardwell said. “It couldn’t happen to a better person.”

Breuner applied in 2020 to succeed retired District Judge Holly Brown, a post ultimately filled by Peter Ohman. At the time, Breuner told the Belgrade News that he was interested in taking the opportunity of the district court because of the variety and increasing complexity of the cases he would deal with there.

Other candidates for the new district judge seat were Audrey Schultz Cromwell, managing partner at Cromwell Law and judge pro tempore at Bozeman City Court and Gallatin County Court of Justice; Martin Lambert, Gallatin County Lawyer; and Benjamin Refling, who works for the State Public Defender’s Office.

The direct appointment of the governor differs from the way district court judges have been chosen over the past 50 years. Previously, candidates for district court judges were selected by the Judicial Appointments Commission made up of two lawyers, four people who are not judges or lawyers, and a district court judge, with the final approval of the governor. A new law passed by the 2021 legislature gave the governor the power to fill vacant or new judicial seats on his own. The law was challenged in the Montana Supreme Court, which ruled in June that it was constitutional.

To keep his new seat, Breuner will have to stand for election next fall.

Breuner named new district judge | Wed, 01 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte has appointed Belgrade City Court Judge Andrew Breuner to preside over the new Gallatin County Eighteenth Judicial District Court.

Breuner, who has been a Belgrade city judge since 2015, was one of four candidates who applied for the job earlier this fall. The 2021 legislature approved the new position in response to rising caseloads in the rapidly growing county.

Breuner’s last day in Belgrade will be December 31; he expects to be sworn in as a district judge on January 3.

Breuner told the Belgrade News on Wednesday that he believed his experience on the bench in Belgrade contributed to the governor’s decision.

“A real peculiarity was that I was a sitting judge for almost seven years,” he said. “You put that on top of the fact that I was a licensed attorney, and I think I brought a wealth of experience to the application process.”

He added that Gianforte also knows him well due to their past working relationship on the Petra Academy board.

“I know what his expectations are, his standards of professionalism,” Breuner said. “He knows what my skills are, he knows my personality, he knows what my values ​​are.”

In a press release, Gianforte said, “Andrew Breuner is a talented attorney who will make an exceptional judge in the Eighteenth Judicial District. He is committed to fair, consistent, and objective enforcement of the law, and I am confident he will serve Gallatin County well by interpreting the laws, not making them from the bench.

Before becoming a judge in Belgrade, Breuner worked for 15 years as a lawyer, “so I know the district systems well, not just locally but across the state,” he said.

Breuner said the appointment was “bittersweet” because “as excited as I am and eager to work at Bozeman…I have real affection for Belgrade.”

“To be honest with you, I’m going to miss coming to work here terribly,” he said.

In an email Wednesday morning to court and city staff, Breuner wrote, “Thanks to you I have looked forward to coming to work every day for the past six and a half years. You have made my work so meaningful and, frankly, fun. I am truly blessed by all of you and will miss this place immensely.

Under Breuner’s leadership, the Belgrade court became a municipal court of record last July, meaning the court now keeps detailed records of all its proceedings. Breuner said Wednesday that he expects the next big change for the municipal court will be a transition to municipal court status, consistent with most major cities in Montana — and he expects that to happen. happen as soon as possible.

Before that, the city will have to find a new municipal judge, a transition that Breuner says will be fairly seamless.

“I am completely confident that we have the resources we need to operate the court for as long as it takes (to hire a replacement),” he said. “By the end of January, I expect Belgrade to be ready to select someone.”

City manager Neil Cardwell said council will begin planning for a new judge when it meets Monday.

“I’m excited for him and this opportunity,” Cardwell said. “It couldn’t happen to a better person.”

Breuner applied in 2020 to succeed retired District Judge Holly Brown, a position eventually filled by Peter Ohman. At the time, Breuner told the Belgrade News that he wanted to pursue this opportunity in the district court because of the increased variety and complexity of the cases he would be handling there.

Other candidates for the new district judge seat were Audrey Schultz Cromwell, managing partner of Cromwell Law and judge pro tempore at Bozeman City Court and Gallatin County Court; Martin Lambert, Gallatin County District Attorney; and Benjamin Refling, who works for the state’s public defender’s office.

The direct appointment of the governor differs from the way district court judges have been selected over the past 50 years. Previously, candidates for the office of district court judge were selected by the Judges Nominating Commission consisting of two attorneys, four persons who are neither judges nor attorneys, and one district court judge, with the approval Governor’s final. A new law passed by the 2021 legislature gave the governor the power to fill vacant or new seats himself. The law was challenged in the Montana Supreme Court, which ruled in June that it was constitutional.

To keep his new seat, Breuner will have to run for office next fall.