Todd Levine is a lawyer who is a member of the team at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. The law firm has been recognized many times for its ability in the field of commercial litigation, mergers and acquisitions, and entertainment law. Alan Kluger recently commented that Kluger Kaplan is thrilled that many its team members have been selected to receive various honors and awards. He went on to praise the attorneys at the law firm for their focus on professionalism and having the highest of ethical standards.
While Todd Levine is one of the top lawyers at the firm, he is joined by a team of lawyers who are known for their talents. Kluger is a lawyer who has represented some of the largest companies and well-known people in the United States. Kaplan has impressed many with his ability to work on complex legal issues in commercial litigation cases. Silverman continues to do impressive work by focusing on multi-party cases in state and federal court. Katzen has focused on guardianship disputes, and litigation in the commercial sector and also has experience as a certified public accountant.
Todd Levine has worked on a spread of different kinds of cases during his time as a lawyer with Kluger Kaplan. His specialty is complex business disputes, and he has worked with property owners, investors, real estate brokers, and many other professionals. Levine draws on his artistic and musical talents to help him see his cases in a unique way. This has allowed him to come up with creative solutions, time-and-time again. He has been a good part of the reason why Kluger Kaplan has been chosen to receive many of the awards and recognitions it has. In recent years, the firm has been featured in Chambers USA, Super Lawyers, and many other publications.
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Alec Sellem is the CEO and founder of Sellem industries limited, which is located at London, England and United Kingdom. His website is www.sellemindustries.com. He has established partnerships with energy conservation and people who are professional’s business minded. He is based in London.
He was honored to be among the panel to speak about the state of energy law and to give possible solutions in Africa. He is interested in the current happenings in both artisanal and small-scale mining. Alec said ASM had grown tremendously in some rural areas. He said ASM differs with that of Large-scale mining because of the low amount invested and use of little mechanization.
Local communities provide ASM labor. It is also a source of employment approximated to be 80 countries. ASM is a source of mineral and metals significantly. It produces 20% each of Gold and Diamond supplied in the world and 80% of Sapphire.
ASM is profitable to investors and the communities because it employs. Improvement and investors should be made in the ASM mining areas before mining. They include educating workers and communities and improving infrastructure or creating new ones because it is a significant challenge in the areas that are developing. ASM generate job opportunities in places with very little or no economic activity.
ASM consists of unskilled workers and those who work from site to another. Though ASM is recognized as helping to alleviate poverty, the materials used put the miners and the people in the surrounding at risk. New Technology has been introduced to minimize the impact of dangerous mining properties used, such as Mercury. Though there is a challenge of those concerned not willing to invest in Technology, thus there is the need for practical use of Technology to show miners the advantages of using the Technology to help achieve the needs of both human and environment.
Organizations have been put up to ensure the integration of ASM to ensure maximum use of mining and production and ensuring responsible practices are applied. ASM can have a positive impact on the areas that are economically deprived when proper guidelines and standards have been followed. Communication is also essential between those investing, miners, and the communities.
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