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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate,securities, intellectual property and taxation.

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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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The Columbus Inn was established as the Columbus beach cottages and Island Dive Shop over forty years ago by Edgar Alexander Ross. The Columbus Inn is located in Jamaica and i s nestled in a cozy and private spot overlooking the Caribbean sea of St. Ann Jamaica. The Columbus Inn offers services which include Rooms for Short Term Stop-Over, Apartment Rentals for Persons Wanting to Stay a Month or More and Facilities for Wedding Ceremonies. Read more......Read less

 
 

Leder Mode welcomes you, our valued customers to our website. We wish to take this opportunity to thank you for your loyalty over the years spanning from 1982 when the company was purchased by Alexander Barclay Ewart.

While we have been known to you as the largest manufacturer and distributor of safety boots and leather products in the Caribbean for 3 decades, we now take this opportunity to re-introduce ourselves as we re-organised and change our focus. As of 2013 the company was purchased by the members of the executive management team. This in itself serves as an indicator of the esteem in which the organization is held by its employees as the passing of our Founder did not cause all to be lost, but allowed us to strategies as to how we will continue to make Leder Mode your brand of choice.

Further evidence of our continued commitment to the companies noteworthy standards is our steadfast hold on our Mission Statement and Corporate Vision under which mantras we continu e to serve you.

Leder Mode (Succs) Limited is committed to acquiring and distributing (or providing) essential products to meet our customers’ needs, both locally and regionally.

Consequently, we have remained a distributor of safety boots, leather gloves and leather as well as the exclusive distributor for a Land Rover line of safety boots. We also present to you via this website with our own line of safety, combat & SWAT boots and look forward to the future re-launch of our exclusive line of school shoes.

We look forward to serving you for countless decades to come and thank you again for your continued contribution to our growth through your support and loyalty over the years.
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The inspiration for Chukka sprang from its founder’s passion for polo. In the early 1980’s, Danny Melville hosted polo matches on Saturdays at his polo field in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. On Sundays, to help the horses relax, the polo players took the horses swimming in the clear saltwater of Mammee Bay. International polo players loved the tradition, as did Danny’s children.

When Danny opened a polo and equestrian center for locals in 1983, he decided to complement it with an opportunity for tourists to encounter horses. The Horseback Ride ‘N’ Swim was born—the first adventure tour of its kind in Jamaica, and thirty years later, still our signature tour. Danny named the company Chukka, which describes a period of play in a polo match. Chukka captures the spirit of adventure and excitement inherent in the game of polo and the childlike wonder inspired by a swimming horse.

A Home-Grown Company Danny remains Chairman of the Board of Chukka, but the management has transitioned to his sons, Marc, Alexander, and Daniel Melville, along with their childhood friend, John Byles. These four partners have labored together to keep Chukka joyful and responsible.

A Steep (and Deep) Learning Curve John and Marc still laugh when they recall Chukka’s first jeep tour, a carefully planned, exciting off-road ride into the jungle, over rivers, and into the wildlife. As the jeep ventured across one river, John and Marc realized—just a moment too late—that the recent rains had left the water level a bit too high.

The jeep stalled mid-river, and with water reaching the doors, John and Marc were forced to climb out the jeep windows to push the jeep and its passengers to the far shore. When the guests returned to their cruise ship, they reported to their excursion desk that their tour guides had provided a truly exhilarating 4×4 tour—complete with a perfectly orchestrated jeep breakdown mid-river! Conquering Fears At a trade show, Marc discovered canopy zipline tours, which were previously unknown in Jamaica.

Marc, Alexander and John ventured to Costa Rica to learn more about this new phenomenon. Banking on the extensive adventure tourism experience, the three bravely signed up for an extreme canopy tour involving numerous zip lines at dizzying heights. The first zip line left a platform at a height of 14 feet and, hundreds of yards later, arrived at a platform 100 feet high in a tree.

Marc soared along the line, arriving exhilarated and ready for more. But after John parted from the first platform and flew over a vast expanse of rainforest suspended from a 1-inch cable by nothing but a harness, he wrapped his arms around the tree on the second platform, began to hyperventilate, and refused to budge. Alexander was left dangling in mid-air, unable to land on the second platform until John released the tree. By the end of the canopy tour, though, all three agreed that Jamaica needed a zipline tour, and Chukka would provide it. John imposed the caveat, though, that each canopy tour would start with a zip of modest length and height, in an effort to quell the fears of any anxious guests.

Chukka’s commitment to its community is reflected in its offerings to our guests as well. Because Chukka tours are designed to give its guests a taste of the real Caribbean, 30% of tour guides are hired from the immediately surrounding areas. Also, ATV, dune buggy, and 4×4 tours explore not only the lush rainforest and stunning trails but also the beloved communities in the area.

The Chukka Spirit The Chukka logo’s colors capture the multifaceted spirit of the Chukka experience: green for lush vegetation and foliage; yellow for the brilliant sun; turquoise for the Caribbean Sea and sky; and red for the heart of the Chukka team.

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