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The Jess Parrish Medical Foundation's (JPMF) annual Fran Gerrett Memorial Golf Classic raised over $90,000 for The Children's Center in Titusville, Florida. The sold-out event had more than 70 sponsors, 58 teams, 227 players and dozens of volunteers. The event far surpassed its fundraising goal of $60,000 for The Children’s Center—which is a “one-stop childhood development resource center” and a service of Parrish Medical Center.


Zumpano Patricios is proud of its role as Co-Presenting Sponsor of the event, and of its history of commitment to the community and children of Titusville, Florida.


For more regarding the Event, follow the link to page 2: Parrish Medical Foundation Golf Classic exceeds goal for The Children’s Center; more than $90,00 raised


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We are pleased to announce that the upcoming 2021 edition of South Florida Wealth & Business Magazine’s South Florida Legal Guide (SFLG) will feature seven (7) Zumpano Patricios Attorneys as the “Top Lawyers” in their respective fields. The list consists of well-respected attorneys with “extensive experience and a distinguished record of achievement,” nominated in recognition by their peers.


The Zumpano Patricios attorneys to be recognized as “Top Lawyers” of 2021 by SFLG are:


Grace L. Escalona – Immigration, Real Estate

Martha M. Esperon - Healthcare

David R. Garcia – Corporate and Business

Leon N. Patricios – Corporate and Business Litigation, Healthcare Litigation

Heather K. Stoessel – Healthcare

Matthew T. Wright – Healthcare

Joseph I. Zumpano – Healthcare, International


Related ZP News: Zumpano Patricios Among South Florida Legal Guide's 2020 Top Law Firms and Lawyers

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Michael S. Popok, our New York City Office Managing Partner (Zumpano Patricios & Popok), was featured in a recent article concerning the use of Whatsapp by personnel in regulated environments found in financial services firms. He spoke on what should be done by regulators, compliance personnel, as well as the senior members of financial services firms when facing possible use of third party communications platforms by personnel.

Follow the link for the full story from Business Insider: https://www.businessinsider.com/wall-street-whatsapp-wechat-messenger-commodities-compliance-regulations-fired-traders-2020-10

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