Gun Trust CLE September 6, 2018
David Goldman, Esq.
Law Office of David M. Goldman
Mr. Goldman has over 20 years of business experience. He has been involved in starting and managing technology related companies involved in distribution, manufacturing, marketing, retail, direct marketing and ecommerce. With his broad business background, Mr. Goldman concentrates in the areas of business formations, business transactions, elder law, and estate planning, and asset protection. Mr. Goldman limits his practice to Florida and Federal law.
Mr. Goldman writes the Florida Estate Planning Lawyer Blog which deals with Florida Probate, Florida Estate Planning, Florida Elder Law, Florida Guardianship, Florida Business Law, Jacksonville Foreclosure Defense, and Florida Foreclosure Defense; Gun Trust Lawyer blog which deals with NFA Trusts and Gun Trusts and Florida Foreclosure Defense Lawyers Blog which deals with Jacksonville Foreclosure Defense, and Florida Foreclosure Defense.
Mr. Goldman's education includes a J.D., Florida Coastal School of Law, 2006
2005 Deans Scholars 2006 Deans Scholars; University of London, 2005,
International Law. He is licensed to practice in Florida and Texas and is a member of the
Florida Bar Association, Jacksonville Bar Association, Texas Bar Association and American Bar Association.
Link for materials to Gun Trust CLE: https://web.tresorit.com/l#UBFiAJFrDGzaoudEX0eQ2w
Family Law CLE November 9, 2018
Kana Rahman was born in Vienna, Austria to parents from Bangladesh. She grew up in British Columbia, Canada and immigrated to the United States with her mother, father and sister in 1986 when she was 13 years old. She attended Spring Valley High School and chose to make the Midlands of South Carolina her home after law school.
Kana is a former State Prosecutor for Richland County and also practiced with a successful criminal defense firm prior to forming Kana Law Office, LLC.
>University of South Carolina School of Law, 1996-1999, J.D.
>Penn State University, 1992-1996, B.A. (Major: Psychology/English)
>South Carolina, May 2000
>U.S. District Court District of South Carolina, December 2002
>U.S. Supreme Court, 200?
Professional Associations and Memberships:
>Richland County Bar Association
>South Carolina Bar Association
>South Carolina Women Lawyer’s Association
>South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (SCACDL)
>Certified Guardian and Mediator/Arbitrator
>Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) – Guardian Ad Litem
Guy J. Vitetta has been a practicing trial lawyer since 1991 and has practiced exclusively family and divorce law in Charleston since 2002. He has earned a reputation for excellence in Family law representation and continues to hold an AV® Peer Rating*, the highest given by Martindale–Hubbell, which was awarded in 2005. This award is given to an attorney by his/her colleagues to honor their high regard for his or her professional and ethical skills. Eleven years as a public defender made Guy an effective and decisive litigator. In 2003 he became the first attorney in South Carolina trained in Collaborative Law. He is a founding member and past president of the South Carolina Academy of Collaborative Professionals. He is also a Certified Family Court Mediator in South Carolina and co-founded the Mediation and Meeting Center of Charleston. Guy currently serves on the Practice and Procedures Committee of the South Carolina Bar.
In 2016, Guy and colleague Sean Keefer, released an innovative software program, called Settlyd.com, for Judges and attorneys in South Carolina to assist in the organization and secure management of client financial data.
Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Guy graduated from Ohio’s Kenyon College with a B.A. in history and religion. He graduated from Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio in 1991. He worked on appeals for Death Row inmates while clerking in the Death Penalty Section of the Ohio Public Defender Commission during Law School. He then served as a Public Defender in Columbus, Ohio for two years and then in Charleston County, South Carolina for nine years before opening his private practice in Charleston, South Carolina.
Our Distinguished Speakers for Super CLE 2019
The CLEs will be held at the Hilton Head Country Club, Hilton Head Plantation, 70 Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC. Please allow a few extra minutes for the security gate pass. Please tell security you are going to the country club for the Hilton Head Bar meeting.
Thank you to all of our distinguished faculty for their time and efforts to educate our members.
CLEs are free to all members of the Hilton Head Bar Association. To join the Hilton Head Bar, please mail $100.00 to the attention of treasurer Tyler Melnick at Finger, Melnick & Brooks, 35 Hospital Center Commons, Suite 200, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926.
To reserve your spot in our CLES, or if you are interested in speaking to our membership, please contact Margaret S. Day, Programs Director, at Law Office of Margaret S. Day, LLC, P.O. Box 763, Bluffton, SC 29910 or (843) 836-3714.
Harry Goldberg, Esquire
Harry L. Goldberg has engaged in the practice of law since receiving his Juris Doctor degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1973. His practice primarily involves mediation, arbitration and litigation in medical malpractice, personal injury and business cases. Additionally, Mr. Goldberg is certified as a Circuit Court Civil Mediator and Arbitrator by the Circuit Courts for South Carolina and the United States District Court for South Carolina.
He has presented numerous seminars on Alternative Dispute Resolution and has lectured at various continuing legal education programs sponsored by the South Carolina Bar. Mr. Goldberg is a past chairman of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the South Carolina Bar. He has appeared on television discussing the benefit of mediation in South Carolina. He is a member of the Resolution of Fee Disputes Board and the House of Delegates of the South Carolina Bar.
Mr. Goldberg is also a member of the District of Columbia Bar. Mr. Goldberg has an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell and has been selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America in the practice areas of mediation and arbitration every year since 2012. He was named Mediator of the Year in South Carolina for 2012 by Best Lawyers in America.
Kathleen Chewning Barnes
Kathleen C. Barnes is a solo practitioner at Barnes Law Firm, LLC, in Hampton, SC, where she focuses on state and federal appellate practice, as well as state and federal motions practice and trial consulting.
She received a B.A. degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her J.D. degree from the Charleston School of Law. Kathleen was a member of The Charleston Law Review and received the 2010 Arthur Gasque Howe Trial Advocacy Award. She is admitted to practice in South Carolina and Georgia state courts, as well as the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
She served as law clerk to the Honorable John Cannon Few, Chief Judge for the South Carolina Court of Appeals (now South Carolina Supreme Court Justice), from 2010 to 2012. Kathleen is a member of the Rotary Club of Hampton County and lives in Hampton with her husband, William Barnes, an attorney with Peters, Murdaugh, Parker, Eltzroth & Detrick, and her daughter.
The Hilton Head Island Bar Association will be applying for 8 hours of general CLE credit for the Super CLE and one hour of ethics credit.