PORT ST. LUCIE – Mike Crary represented the Frances Langford Foundation at a fundraising golf tournament for Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. The non-profit benefits troubled and displaced children and supports family services.
You may remember the famous $2 million lawsuit over the spilled cup of coffee at McDonald’s. It made the TV news, the talk shows, the newspapers.
Now it’s an HBO documentary — with facts, not hype. Susan Saladoff made “Hot Coffee,” which premieres on June 27 at 9 p.m. ET.
Crary Buchanan presented the newest science leader on the Treasure Coast — Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute Florida (VGTI-FL) — to business and community leaders in Martin County on May 18, 2011. The law firm hosted an evening reception for the research center at the Mansion at Tuckahoe in Jensen Beach.
Mike Crary of Crary Buchanan has received the Award of Excellence from the Florida Association of Blood Banks for leading a blood drive that collected a record 304 pints.
Senior member Rick Crary contributed to an article on the Crary House that appears in the May 2011 issue of Indian River Magazine.
Senior member Larry Crary presented Penny Sugar of Vaccine & Gene Therapy Institute Florida (VGTI-FL) as the keynote speaker for the 2011 Nina Haven Circle of Scholars reception on May 1, 2011.
Members of the firm joined with judges and attorneys from across four counties on March 31 to celebrate the appointment of Circuit Court Judge Burton C. Conner to the 4th District Court of Appeals. The reception was held at Stuart’s Courthouse Cultural Center.
Crary Buchanan supported House of Hope in its efforts to help Martin County residents in need by participating in the nonprofit’s 16th annual Tournament of Hope. The golfing event was held at Piperís Landing Yacht & Country Club in Palm City on April 29, 2011.
James W. Menendez of Crary Buchanan has been named to the advisory board of the Law Office Management Assistance Service (LOMAS) of The Florida Bar. Menendez is firm administrator for Crary Buchanan in Stuart and immediate past president of the Palm Beach chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators. He is also a certified legal manager.
Primary care physicians are the backbone of our health care system, taking care of the entire family through illnesses and injuries throughout their lives. They are often unsung heroes, doing their work quietly at all hours of the day, night and weekend.