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Dr. Nita Landry is a Board Certified OB/GYN with a special interest in working with young women to promote safe sexual practices, healthy pregnancies and disease prevention. In addition to practicing medicine, she is also a recurring co-host on the Emmy Award Winning Television Show, “The Doctors.” Hailing from Alexandria, Louisiana, Dr. Nita received a full scholarship to Dillard University, where she received her undergraduate degree in Biology. In 2003 Dr. Nita was accepted into The University of South Alabama College of Medicine, where she received a full tuition scholarship. Following her graduation, Dr. Nita completed her OB/GYN Residency at The University of Louisville in 2011. Dr. Nita is a locum tenens physician who travels across the country practicing medicine. From Alaska to Wisconsin to upstate New York, Dr. Nita accepts contracts with understaffed hospitals and practices wherever there is a need. She has also immersed herself in community causes, working with youth organizations, Habitat for Humanity and several battered women’s shelters. Her community service allows her to focus on helping underprivileged youth and teenage mothers.
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Dr. Christopher Duma is a board certified neurosurgeon specialist in surgical brain tumor management, Gamma Knife and Cyberknife radiosurgery, and the surgical treatment of movement disorders, Dr. Christopher Duma practices at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, California, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center, Mission Hospital, Laguna Beach, CA, and UC Irvine Medical Center, in Los Angeles, CA, and is one of the most experienced in his field. In addition, he has been at the forefront of research in immunotherapy for primary brain gliomas such as glioblastoma multiforme, anaplastic astrocytoma, and astrocytomas and is involved with futuristic research in the use of immunotherapy to fight malignant brain tumors. His general neurosurgery is performed using state-of-the art neuronavigational computers and he prides himself in being a master of minimally invasive neurosurgery....accomplishing better results, by being less invasive and using more powerful, modern tools. This is true for both benign and malignant brain disease.
Stuart N. Kaplan, Esquire is the founding partner of Kaplan & Sconzo, P. A. He focuses on the areas of state and federal criminal defense litigation as well as complex civil litigation. Kaplan has been involved in some of the most complex legal issues in the U.S. courts throughout the country. Kaplan and the members of the firm have been regularly called upon to assist other law firms in representing a client after a matter has been pending and the need for additional courtroom experience becomes apparent. Kaplan is a nationally recognized trial attorney and a member in good standing of the New York State Bar since 1989. Kaplan was subsequently admitted to the Florida Bar in 2003. Kaplan is admitted to practice before all Trial and Appellate Courts of the states of Florida and New York .
Kim Goldman known nationwide as a victims’ rights advocate after her brother’s murder and the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial, Kim Goldman is the founding co-chair of The Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice. She is also executive director of The Youth Project, a nonprofit organization that provides free counseling, to thousands of teenagers since opening in 2000. Goldman travels the country as an impassioned public speaker on victims’ rights, the role of the media, judicial reform, and other related topics. She is a resident of Greater Los Angeles, where she has lived for thirteen years, and a single parent. Goldman recently appeared in Alabama: WIAT CBS 42, Daily Mountain Eagle, WBRC FOX 6 News and CorridorMessenger.com