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August 2017 -Attorney Jennifer D. Port, recognized as Research Aide for novel written by Fiona Davis.

Attorney Jennifer D. Port, of Ivey, Barnum & O’Mara, LLC, has been acknowledged as a Research Aide for her role in Fiona Davis’ newest novel “The Address.” The novel follows the lives of two women living 100 years apart at The Dakota in New York City, and their involvement in the life and death of the man who built it, Theodore Camden. Ms. Port offered her expertise in estate planning and descent to Ms. Davis to ensure the accuracy of legal concepts utilized throughout the novel which were critical to the resolution of the storyline.

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July 2017 – Ivey Barnum & O’Mara names Samuel A. Shusterhoff as new associate. Sam specializes in the areas of commercial real estate, commercial leasing and commercial financing. Sam received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University and his J.D. degree from Widener University School of Law. He is admitted to the State Bar of New York and the United States District Court for the Southern District and is a member of the New York State, Fairfield County and Greenwich Bar Associations.

June 2017 - John Q. Kelly discussed common sense approach and trial strategies regarding top legal stories, the recent Death at a Denny's Restaurant and The Bill Cosby Trial.

John Q. Kelly, Esq. appeared live with host Erica Hill on HLN Network to discuss how the exercise of common sense could have prevented the deadly confrontation that occurred outside a Denny's Restaurant in Houston, Texas. "If you don't like your kids seeing someone perform objectionably in public", Mr. Kelly notes, "take them away...you don't confront someone and escalate the violence because you don't like what they are doing."

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June 2017 - John Q. Kelly states OJ Simpson does not deserve to be paroled next month.

John Q. Kelly, Esq., joined Ashleigh Banfield on HLN Network to discuss whether OJ Simpson should be paroled from prison next month after serving nine (9) years on his convictions for kidnapping, robbery and other crimes in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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June 2017 - John Q. Kelly, Esq. joined host Stephanie Ruhle on MSNBC to discuss the wisdom of the White House decision to retain outside counsel and set up a "war room" in the White House to combat and contain the widening Trump-Russia probe.

Mr. Kelly also opined on General Flynn's decision to assert the Fifth Amendment and how that may have put him on a collision course with former FBI Director Robert Mueller and the Department of Justice in the months ahead.

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