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When the partners of Rossway Moore Swan decided to continue their outreach into the community, one of the projects they selected was to be part of the Florida’s Adopt-A-Highway Program. As volunteers of this program, Rossway Moore Swan entered into an agreement which commenced in 1999 with the Department of Transportation (DOT) to “adopt” a two mile section of a state highway. The law firm “adopted” the section of State Road 60 from Indian River Boulevard to State Road A-1-A along Beachland Boulevard, and under the DOT safety regulations, they don orange vests and remove litter from this location on a quarterly basis. Many miles of highways are adopted statewide by various organizations, allowing civic-minded people to make a difference in their communities. This eases the load of DOT work crews, enabling them to devote more time to other road maintenance and special highway projects. Adopt-a-Highway signs commending Rossway Moore Swan are posted at the beginning and end of the bridge.Share
Photo (L-R): Mike Swan, Aileen Swan, Attorney General Pam Bondi, Maureen Swan, JR Fitch, Jeanne Swan, Kathy Swan-Fitch, Leslie Swan and Brad Rossway
Photography by Michael N. Vanatta
Crime Stoppers of the Treasure Coast held their annual Awards Banquet at the Pelican Yacht Club on Wednesday, May 15. While honoring Treasure Coast’s law enforcement agencies for the remarkable services they perform, Crime Stoppers also paid a special tribute to Judge Eddie Swan who passed away this past year.
“We are honored to have our father, Eddie Swan, recognized for his dedication and work for Crime Stoppers” expressed son Mike Swan a partner in Rossway Moore Swan. “His legal career spanned over 60 years and he loved serving the state of Florida, Miami-Dade, and the Treasure Coast. One of his most endearing passions was his work in bringing public awareness to stopping crime through Crime Stoppers of the Treasure Coast. It was near and dear to his heart and he was very proud of being instrumental in getting legislation passed which allowed Crime Stoppers to receive funds from fines assessed by the criminal court. This is a remarkable program and my father’s legacy will live on in the wonderful work done by Crime Stoppers.”Share
Rossway Swan Foundation Award Computer and Technological Grants to Sixteen Indian River County Non Profits
In an effort to maximize Rossway Moore Swan’s charitable impact and to deepen their bond with the community, the Firm’s partners created the Rossway Moore Swan Foundation devoted solely to giving grants to fund selected technological needs of local non-profit organizations. Funded with contributions from the Firm’s profits, the Foundation shares in the Firm’s success, so as to benefit the interests of the local community. Managed by partner Tom Tierney, the Foundation annually solicits applications for assistance in the technological development of Indian River County charitable organizations.Share
TruMobility and AZZLY One Click Patient Care Management Take Top Two Honors in the Inaugural Research Coast Business Plan Competition
In front of 150 attendees, 4 venture capitalist “Shark Tank” judges, and 7 members of The Principium Foundation who presented the event, two emerging companies from Indian River County won the top two slots in the inaugural Research Coast Business Plan Competition. The event was held Thursday, March 21 at the Mueller Campus at Indian River State College’s Richardson Center in Vero Beach.
From a submission list of thirty-four and 10 semi-finalists, the attending audience enjoyed an agenda of speakers followed by an analysis of plans and ideas from the 5 semifinalists that included Azzly, Ensida Energy, Secure Pharma Chain, Triton Submarines and TruMobility. All semi-finalists were Indian River County except for Ensida from Martin County.Share
The Law Firm of Rossway Moore Swan continued their annual holiday season of giving by delivering the gifts which accumulated beneath their decorated “Giving Tree.” The Firm invited employees and visitors to share in their holiday giving effort to benefit a local charity. Participants selected a handmade gift tag from the tree which identified the wish of a young child. Gifts were returned to the Firm and then distributed to sixty happy children participating in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Indian River County.
Previously the Firm hosted their 4th annual “Soup Bowl” on December 4 where they raised over $1,000 benefitting the Samaritan Center for Homeless Families. The office, located on the Miracle Mile, was decorated with poinsettia plants purchased from the Sebastian River High School Choir Fundraiser.Share
The Waxlax Stage at Riverside Theatre was the setting for a Sexual Harassment Case Mock Trial, presented recently by the Treasure Coast Human Resource Association (SHRM). Helen Scott, a partner in the Law Firm of Rossway Moore Swan, presided as Judge for Yourself. The cast of characters as well as the audience, who acted as the Jury, were members of the Association.Share