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PagelO POST-GAZETTE, JULY 29, 2011 David J. Saliba Attorney at Law May an Insurance Company share commission fees with an unlicensed broker? ANAWAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC., & anotherz vs. DIVISION OF INSURANCE IStephen G. Michaels SJC-10715 SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT OF MASSACHUSETTS 2011 Mass. LEXIS 250 January 6, 2011, Argued * April 29, 2011, Decided The division received two anonymous letters in 1999 stating, among other allega- tions, that Anawan, in addi- tion to its principal place of business in West Roxbury, had improperly begun oper- ating out of a second location at 76 Shirley Avenue in Revere; one of the letters alleged that the name of the agency operating from that address was "Handel Ins." The division assigned an investigator to investigate the facts alleged in the anon- ymous letters. The investi- gation took a very long time, for reasons not explained in the record. During its course, the investigator learned that Kuntthy Prum was doing business as Handel Insur- ance Agency at 76 Shirley Avenue in Revere, that Prum had been licensed as an insurance broker from May 27, 1994, for three years (i.e., until May, 1997), but had not renewed his license thereafter. On June 23, 2004, Ana- wan, through Michaels, re- sponded, informing the divi- sion that Prum had brokered insurance business through Anawan from January 7, 1997, through December 31, 2001, and listing all the com- missions paid to Prum. On October 25, 2004, the divi- sion commenced its enforce- ment action. Specifically, the division issued an order to show cause alleging that Anawan had violated both G.L.C. 175, 177, by paying commissions to Prum at a time when he was not licensed to transact insur- ance business in the Com- monwealth. The division sought imposition of a fine or civil penalty against Anawan for every separate violation of these two statutes. The Supreme Court up- held the fine. The Court said: The decision upholding the fine imposed by the Supreme Court is affirmed. This case says an Insur- ance Company may not pay broker's commissions if the broker is not licensed. NSTAR, North End Against Drugs, Inc. and The Nazzaro Center Present IN MEMORY OF ROBERT "BOBBY D" DeCRISTOFORO PRIDE WEEK EVENTS MONDAY, AUGUST 1sr 6:30 PM N.E.W.N.C. - Emilie Pugliano/Bobby D., Neighbor- hood Family B~t CruiB4D - Lono Wh~. ~p~c4~ is limited! TO iion UO 0811 at 017"880.9{t01. Prll,ri oiltration required. All ages (under 16 with parent) welcome. 6:00 pm boarding time. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2ND 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM National Night Out -- Paul Revere Mall (Prado) Hanover Street. BBQ, DJ, Candle Ceremony, Face Paint- ing, Balloon Art, NEMPAC, Boston Police, Church Bells, Kids Krafls, Suffolk County DA, MBTA Police, Suffolk County Sheriff's Dept., Registry of Motor Vehicles, N.E. Kids Karate Demo. or shine. All proceeds to benefits NEAD Programs. Delicious baked goods and eggplant sandwiches. 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Bo.~ton R.O.C.K.~..~port~ Night - Polcari Playground. Sport Tun With J,I an0 MiKg7 I;ucI -relr01nmontl, 8-16. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6T" 1:00 PM Annual Little League Family Game, Langone Park. Parents vs. The Kids. Sponsored by TD Garden and The Boston Bruins. 5:00 PM 21= Annual Lafesta Baseball Tournament, Puopolo Park, Commercial Street. North End vs. North Adams All- Stars. Game #1. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3"0 7:00 PM R.O.C. Teen Saturday Family Movie Night - Movie - TBD. DeFillipo Playground - Gassy Park: Presented by Pizzeria Regina. 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 8'" Annual N.E.A.A. Old-timers Softball All-Star Game, Puopolo Park. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4TH 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM N.E.M.P.A.C. Interactive Vocal Performance Work. shop, Paul Revere Mall. All ages welcome. 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM North End Jamboree -- "A Drug Prevention and Edu- cation Program" for parents and children. Sponsored by The North End Health Center, Polcari Playground. A play written and acted by Nazzaro Center Summer Camp Kids. Also, music by the Nazzaro Center Band. 5:30 PM, 8:00 PM Senior Citizens Bbq & Big Band Concert - Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street. Good food and great music. Enjoy the sounds of AI Natale's Big Band Orchestra. 7:30 PM North End Women's Softball All-Star Game -- Langone Park, Commercial Street. FRIDAY, AUGUST S'm 11:00 AM Puppet Show -- Sponsored by City Councilor Salvatore LaMattina -- "One World -- Many Stories," North End Branch Public Library, 25 Parmenter Street: Kids of all ages welcome!! Light refreshments provided by S.T.E.P., Inc. 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Bake Sale & Eggplant Sandwiches - ABeD North End/West End SeMce Center, 1 Michelangelo Street. Call Mary Romano for more information 617-523-8125. Rain SUNDAY, AUGUST 7T" 12:00 NOON - 4:30 PM North End Family Pride Day - Langone Park, Com- mercial Street. North End Health Center, Face Painting, Kiddie Rides, Museum of Science, Magic by World Class Magicienne Sandra Shields, Substance Abuse Info S.T.E.P., North End Jamboree Play, Save the Harbor Save the Bay, Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, U.S. Coast Guard, .... MWRA, NEMPAC Fun Table. TOURNAMENTS 10:00 AM 21=Annual LaFesta Baseball Toumament: Game 2 12:00 NOON Johnny Paolo Bocce Tournament, Register fee $5.00. ART CONTEST Sponsored by Public Action for Arts and Education -- All ages -- Prizes awarded. LIVE PERFORMANCES 12:15 PM Crosstown 1:00 PM Street Magic 2 PM TO 4 PM Nazzaro Center Kids Talent Show. MAJOR SPONSORS MAYOR THOMAS M. MENINO "My Summer in the City Grant Program" City C0uncill0r Sly=ore LaM ina, Congressman Michael E. Capuano, Senator Anthony Petrucelli, Representative Aaron Michlewitz Ausonia Council Knights of Columbus #1513, NSTAR, Boston Police Area A-1 (G.R.E.A.T. Program), Citizens Bank, Massport Authority, "A Taste of the North End", TD Garden, Nazzaro Center, North End Athletic Association, Boston Harbor Cruises, North End Music and Performing Arts Center, Regional Review Newspaper, Boston R.O.C.K.S., Joe Pace & Son,.Post-Gazette Newspaper, Mike's Pastry, Artu Restaurant, North End Health Center, Public Action for Arts and Education, St. Anthony's Feast, Polcari's Coffee, Lavanderia, Terrence Kennedy, Governor's Council, Boston Foundation, Halftime Pizza, .Anonymous by bob morello F ct i iiii! !i reviewing the best g the rest PITBULL - PLANET PIT J Records~Mr. 305 Message alerfl NASA has ended their "Space Program" -- but if you want to con- tinue in orbit you only need to tune in to Pitbull's new- est release -- Planet Pit. Born of first-generation Cuban parents, Pitbull deliv- ers raw energy in his party music collection of a dozen tracks of excitement. Pitbull fans can revel in the brief intro "Mr. Worldwide," the global smash single "Give Me Everything" featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer, the single "Rain Over Me" with Marc Anthony, the club anthem and album's first single "Hey Baby (Drop It To The Floor) with T-Pain, the halting "Pause," and Enrique Inglesias joins in with "Come N Go." That's just the half of it, as T-Pain & Sean Paul lend rhythm to "Shake Se- nora," while Chris Brown helps to serve up "Interna- tional Love," the talented Kelly Rowland is featured on "Castle Made Of Sand," and working with Pit on "Took My Love" are Red Foo, Vein & David Rush. Jamie Foxx joins team Pit for "Where Do We Go.," and ends with the creative "Something For The DJs." Pitbull had a hand in penning each of the dozen "potential" hits! WINNIE THE POOH Walt Disney Records This latest Disney creation Winnic the Pooh, has an original score by Henry Jack- man. Original songs com- posed by Kristen Anderson- Lopez and Robert Lopez. Also included are vocal perfor- mances by Zooey Deschanel on "Winnic The Pooh," "A Very Important Thing To Do," "EverythingIs Honey," "Pooh's Finale" and "So Long." Additional highlights have "Winner Song" performed by the "The Tummy Song" per- formed by Jim Cummings and Robert Lopez, with Craig Ferguson and the Cast contributing "The Backson Song." Jackman's score is punctuated with the sweet flowing sounds of success as it follows Winnie on his in- teresting adventure to Hun- dred Acre Wood, that makes one hope will never end! JOHNNY BOY WOULD LOVE THIS ... A TRIBUTE TO JOHN MARTYN (2-CD) Hole in the Rain John Martyn was a British musician in the late '60s who crafted evocative and musically complex songs, with a following that in- cluded Eric Clapton, The Band's Levon Helm, Lee "Scratch" Perry, the Cure's Robert Smith, Beck and Morcheeba. Thirty artists -- some young and new, some big guns, and old friends, breathe new life into Martyn's music with this double-CD. Disc One has, "Let The Good Things Come," (David Gray), "Small Hours" (Smith), the intense I "Stormbringer" {Beck), the ~. acotlSl~lC" ~cm. ~ ~asy J "-"(Ve'ti~er)~':the" s~a'r'ing '"Solid Air" (Skye Edwards), and Paolo Nutini covers "One World." Immense beauty on Disc Two surfaces with Snow Patrol's "May You Never," the clean and clear "Go Down Easy" (Beth Orton), "Fine Lines" (Syd Kitchen), "Run Honey Run" (Morcheeba), the tender strains of "Angel- ine" (Nicholas Barron), the beautiful "Hurt In Your Heart" from Judie Tzuke, plus "Back To Stay" (Ultan C0nlon), and Phil Collins caps off this superb album with "Tearing And Breaking." MICHAEL MARTIN MURPHEY J TALL GRASS & COOL WATER Rural Rhythm Michael Martin Murphey has been labeled -- "America's # i Cowboy Singer & Bluegrass Grammy nomi- nated artist. Murphey fills the need of those who desire true country sounds, com- bining classics with his own compositions to fill a 12-song CD. Sample slices as, "Texas Cowboy," the clas- sic "Cool Water" and "Way Out There" both written by Bob Nolan (Sons of the Pio- neers), followed by Murphey's "The Santa Fe Trail," "The Railroad Corral," and the romantic tale "Partner To The Wind." Roping you in with "Trusty Lariat," Murphey serves up 'The James Gang Trilogy' a 3-part medley of- "The Ballad of Cole Youn~r,- "~'l-le B~llad of Jesse James" and "Frank James Farewell," putting the finishing touches on the old West via "Blue Prairie" and the "riding-tall-in-the- saddle" sound of "Springtime in the Rockies." Tall Grass & Cool Water is a marriage made in heaven! SUBLIME WITH ROME -- YOURS TRULY Fueled By Ramen Sublime with Rome is a California-based ska punk band originally performing under the name Sublime. The loss of vocalist Bradley Norwell to a drug overdose in 1996 resulted in a legal battle over name rights, prompting a new name, and the addition of front man 'Rome' Ramirez. Rome joins Sublime survivors Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson. The album's lead single is the energetic "Panic," trailed by the easy flow "Only," a pair of reggae dancehall gems -- "Lover's Rock" and "Murdera," along with the punk-flavored "My World" and "Paper Cuts." Currently on tour with 311, their highly anticipated al- bum continues with the rock-pop sound of "PCH," switching to the reggae beat for "Same Old Situation," "Take It Or Leave It," and the warning -- "You Better Listen." A bit more rock-pop with "Spun," and their finale is in the form of "Can You Feel It" on which Sublime with Rome is joined by American rapper Wiz Khalifa. New name, great sound, glad to hear that Sublime with 'never W6i t frdnl "'the sublime to the :ridiculous!'