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McDonald's asked to stop advertising on 'Family Guy'

Source: Chicago Tribune
Date: June 16, 2015
On June 11, Gary Lesser sent a letter urging McDonald's to stop running its commercials during "Family Guy." "How can a company that sells Happy Meals to children use its media dollars to sponsor jokes about sexually assaulting children?" Lesser writes in the letter, which was reviewed by the Chicago Tribune. Lesser called his letter "an attempt to really start a dialogue we think can be constructive for McDonald's." He said he believes Gibbs' work at the White House may help him "grasp the issues of what type of message" McDonald's is sending to the country by airing its commercials during certain shows and thinks he is the best executive at the company who could be what he called "an agent of change."
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Miami veterans rehab clinic failed son who overdosed, his mother says

By: David Ovalle
Source: Miami Herald
Date: April 28, 2014
The mother for a 27-year-old U.S. Army veteran who died of a drug overdose while at Miami’s Veterans Affairs Hospital drug rehabilitation center last year says no one told her exactly how her son died.
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Miami veterans rehab clinic failed son who overdosed, his mother says

Gary S. Lesser and Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith is honored to be a finalist in the Small Business Person of the Year category. The two other well deserving finalists are Shanon Materio with McMow Art Glass Inc., and Robert Kirschner with Passport Publications and Media Corporation. ...
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The Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches announced their finalists to receive 2014 Annual Awards honoring business success

26th Annual Pro Bono Recognition Evening and Auction

Source: Palm Beach Post
Date: April 13, 2014
Legal Aid’s 26th Annual Pro Bono Recognition Evening honors those attorneys and other professionals in Palm Beach County who have provided outstanding volunteer services to: survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking; abused, neglected and abandoned children; vulnerable and exploited seniors; foster children and youth aging out of foster care; and victims of housing and employment discrimination in 2013.
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STUART — On March 19, 1927, Joseph Lesser was admitted to the Florida Bar and formally began his law practice, which is now known as Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC, and run by his grandson Gary S. Lesser. Joseph Lesser built the firm on the cornerstone values of honoring clients and the community. ...
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Law firm celebrates 87 years of service to the  Treasure Coast

The reality TV family of Honey Boo Boo was in a car accident in Georgia this week. Chad Hastings, Attorney with Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith speaks to the Law TV regarding the famous family’s legal rights.

Chad Hastings - Honey Boo Boo Car Accident from THELAW.TV on Vimeo.

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Joshua Ferraro: Punitive damages compelling reason not to text, drive

By: Joshua Ferraro
Source: TCPalm
Date: December 15, 2013
  • Joshua Ferraro is an attorney with Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, based in Stuart, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton.
  • TCPalm
The Centers for Disease Control report that distracted driving is a contributing factor in more than 386,000 injuries and more than 3,000 deaths every year. To put that into perspective, you could fill Dolphins Stadium more than five times with the number of people injured from distracted driving every year. To put a finer point on it, in the last 10 years; this country has lost five times as many husbands and wives, sons and daughters to distracted driving than to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. ...
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Joshua Ferraro: Punitive damages compelling reason not to text, drive

The Ninth Annual Alpert Jewish Family & Children's Service (AJFCS) "No Excuse for Abuse" Luncheon will take place on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Cohen Pavilion in West Palm Beach. Jennifer & Gary S. Lesser and Susan and Ron Pertnoy chair the event. Accomplished actress, social activist and mediator Naomi Ackerman will be the featured guest speaker.
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Gary and Jennifer Lesser, Co-Chairs of the NO EXCUSE FOR ABUSE Luncheon for the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County