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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Roderick Gordon, Principal, Gordon McGrath, Attorneys-at-Law Mr. Roderick Gordon has been practicing as an Attorney-at-Law since 1995.

Mr. Gordon has been involved in a number of significant civil litigation cases, including:

(1) The landmark McDonalds trademark dispute lawsuit
(2) Selective Homes v. Ashtrom Building Systems, a construction suit that lasted for more than 12 weeks in the Supreme Court and is reputed to be one of the longest civil trials in the Court's history
(3) Eagle Financial v. Chen Young et ux, a matter that spanned 7 years, and is currently on appeal

Mr. Gordon has appeared in every Anti-dumping investigation and Jamaica's first Safeguard case, either representing the Importer or foreign producer. In that regard, he has represented FERSAN, the largest fertilizer producer in the Dominican Republic, and the Ministry of Commerce and Fair Trade, by the Peoples' Republic of China.

Mr. Gordon was a Director of the Jamaica Cricket Board from 1999 to 2008, and was then the Board's primary Legal Advisor. Mr. Gordon has also had extensive experience in the field of Sport law and related contract negotiations. He has served as Chairman of the Contracts Committee of the Jamaica Cricket Association, as was responsible for the negotiations that ushered into the presence of the Mound, as well as KFC and other concessions into Sabina Park. He was also the marketing liaison to the West Indies Cricket Board for 4 years in Jamaica.

He has represented cricketers, footballers and companies in various negotiations and capacities. He is currently a Director of Kinetic Sport Management.

In the field of Entertainment law, Mr. Gordon has acted for a number of artists and companies, including Sonic Sounds, Harry Toddler, Beenie Man, True Blue, Kimani Robinson/RETV, BET, Mrs. Rita Marley and Chris Blackwell. He has also been involved in the developing film industry, a founding director of the Flashpoint Film Festival, as wel l as playing a commercial role in the Goldeneye Film Festival. Mr. Gordon is also currently a member of the Visual and Performing Arts Cluster, under the PSDP/ Jamaica Trade & Invest.

He has also been a member of the Trade Policy Committee of the PSOJ. In this capacity, he has represented Jamaica and CARICOM on 2 occasions at the Americas Business Forum in Ecuador and the United States, in the Dispute Settlement Negotiating Group. He was also part of the regional group examining the new role of the CAIC given the onerous trade negotiations faced by the Region.

GORDON McGrath, as the modern expression of the finest traditions of the Jamaican Bar, focuses on providing legal solutions to clients' various legal problems, from commonplace to complex, combining fresh thinking with legal talent and expertise, buttressed by the use of technology. GORDON McGrath is poised to be a leading law firm in Jamaica and ultimately the wider Caribbean.

Lead by its principal, Roderick Gordon, it aggressively pursues and defends the interests of its clientele in all its areas of practice, and takes its goal of providing timely legal solutions seriously.

GORDON McGrath maintains its standards of excellence as it meets- and in many cases exceeds- its clients' expectations. Its corporate goal is to provide each client with the distinguished performance, he or she deserves, and to consistently uphold its standards of integrity, sound judgment, confidentiality and professional conduct. Its proven ability to deliver consistently good representation is the competitive edge that is one of its keys to success.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike. Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment.

Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

TASTE RULES... YOUR WAY...
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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With only 105 first form students and a faculty of four Jesuit Fathers, Campion College opened its doors on January 5, 1960 and the first lessons were given that day in a pavi lion and in classrooms borrowed from Campion Hall Preparatory School. Campion Hall Prep had been founded in January 1940 when Rt. Reverend Thomas A. Emmet, S.J., D.D., was Vicar Apostolic of Jamaica and V. Reverend Thomas J. Feeney, S.J. was uperior.It began on the premises of St. George’s College but moved to Roslyn Hall (now known as Campion Hall) at 115 Old Hope Road on January 6, 1942.

To make room for the growing needs of Campion College, the prep school graduated its last class in December 1962, just as twenty-two years earlier it had taken in its first students to supply the needs of St. George’s College.

In just over 50 years, Campion has become the premier high school in the island with over 1400 students. Some of the highlights in the history of the school include:
• The addition of a 6th form programme in 1967
• The transition from a private school to a grant-aided, coeducational public school in 1976
• The school’s outstanding academic record, which has resulted in its awards for Top CSEC & CAPE School based on its examination results over several years
• The numerous national and international awards and scholarships its graduates have received including 14 Rhodes Scholarships.

True to its Jesuit identity, the school’s mission is to create “men and women for others” by forming graduates who are “intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to justice.” To that end, the school has a rigorous academic curriculum as well as a carefully designed, expansive co-curricular programme for character formation. This co-curricular programme includes some 40 clubs and 15 sports and features service clubs which range from the Interact and Key Club, to the Ministry Outreach (which visits children and senior homes weekly), to the Champ ions Homework Club, whereby Campion students tutor children from the inner-city community of nearby Chamber’s Lane.

CAMPION & THE SOCIETY OF JESUS
Not only did the Society establish the school, but its Jesuit Fathers also served as members of staff, encouraging willing young minds in all aspects of learning, and laying foundations in religion, the arts, and science.

Jesuits who have served at Campion College over the years include: Archbishop Samuel Carter (First Headmaster, 1960- 1964), Fr. William Raftery, Fr. John Dorsey, Fr. Farrell, Fr. Ashe, Fr. Coleman, Fr. Ruddy, Fr. Delaney, Br. Clarke, Fr. Bowman, Fr. Reil, Fr. Barry, Fr. Krim, Fr. Macmillan and Fr. Cowley.

Today, Fr. Joseph MacWade, Fr. Con Mulvihill and the Chairman of the School Board, Fr. Peter McIsaac, continue the tradition of Jesuit service to the school.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

TASTE RULES... YOUR WAY.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide.

Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike. Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment.

Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.
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Bethlehem Moravian College, which is situated in the parish of St. Elizabeth, in the cool hills of Malvern at the Peak of the Santa Cruz Mountain, established in 1861 under th e auspices of the Moravian Church in Jamaica. Over the years, Bethlehem has been one of the foremost tertiary institutions offering quality teacher education programmes to young Jamaicans. Bethlehem started as a female institution and has since become a coeducational one with a rapidly growing population. Recently it has become a Multidisciplinary Institution to mold the lives of young Jamaicans into the 21st Century.;;Bethlehem Moravian College provides services such as Bachelor in Education, Early Childhood Primary (Part-Time), (FullTime), Secondary, Business Studies Major/Accounts Minor, Accounts/Business Studies Minor, Computer Science/Accounts Minor, Office Systems and Administration, English (Language and Literature), History Major and Social Studies Minor, Associates Degree 2 Years, Business Studies, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Criminal Justice, Library Technical Studies, Computer Repairs, Bachelor in Education with Advanced Placement, Early Childhood Education, Primary Education, History and Social Studies, Computer Science, Business Studies and Office Systems and Administration Read more......Read less

 
 

Roderick Gordon, Principal, Gordon McGrath, Attorneys-at-Law Mr. Roderick Gordon has been practicing as an Attorney-at-Law since 1995.

Mr. Gordon has been involved in a number of significant civil litigation cases, including:

(1) The landmark McDonalds trademark dispute lawsuit
(2) Selective Homes v. Ashtrom Building Systems, a construction suit that lasted for more than 12 weeks in the Supreme Court and is reputed to be one of the longest civil trials in the Court's history
(3) Eagle Financial v. Chen Young et ux, a matter that spanned 7 years, and is currently on appeal

Mr. Gordon has appeared in every Anti-dumping investigation and Jamaica's first Safeguard case, either representing the Importer or foreign producer. In that regard, he has represented FERSAN, the largest fertilizer producer in the Dominican Republic, and the Ministry of Commerce and Fair Trade, by the Peoples' Republic of China.

Mr. Gordon was a Director of the Jamaica Cricket Board from 1999 to 2008, and was then the Board's primary Legal Advisor. Mr. Gordon has also had extensive experience in the field of Sport law and related contract negotiations. He has served as Chairman of the Contracts Committee of the Jamaica Cricket Association, as was responsible for the negotiations that ushered into the presence of the Mound, as well as KFC and other concessions into Sabina Park. He was also the marketing liaison to the West Indies Cricket Board for 4 years in Jamaica.

He has represented cricketers, footballers and companies in various negotiations and capacities. He is currently a Director of Kinetic Sport Management.

In the field of Entertainment law, Mr. Gordon has acted for a number of artists and companies, including Sonic Sounds, Harry Toddler, Beenie Man, True Blue, Kimani Robinson/RETV, BET, Mrs. Rita Marley and Chris Blackwell. He has also been involved in the developing film industry, a founding director of the Flashpoint Film Festival, as wel l as playing a commercial role in the Goldeneye Film Festival. Mr. Gordon is also currently a member of the Visual and Performing Arts Cluster, under the PSDP/ Jamaica Trade & Invest.

He has also been a member of the Trade Policy Committee of the PSOJ. In this capacity, he has represented Jamaica and CARICOM on 2 occasions at the Americas Business Forum in Ecuador and the United States, in the Dispute Settlement Negotiating Group. He was also part of the regional group examining the new role of the CAIC given the onerous trade negotiations faced by the Region.

GORDON McGrath, as the modern expression of the finest traditions of the Jamaican Bar, focuses on providing legal solutions to clients' various legal problems, from commonplace to complex, combining fresh thinking with legal talent and expertise, buttressed by the use of technology. GORDON McGrath is poised to be a leading law firm in Jamaica and ultimately the wider Caribbean.

Lead by its principal, Roderick Gordon, it aggressively pursues and defends the interests of its clientele in all its areas of practice, and takes its goal of providing timely legal solutions seriously.

GORDON McGrath maintains its standards of excellence as it meets- and in many cases exceeds- its clients' expectations. Its corporate goal is to provide each client with the distinguished performance, he or she deserves, and to consistently uphold its standards of integrity, sound judgment, confidentiality and professional conduct. Its proven ability to deliver consistently good representation is the competitive edge that is one of its keys to success.
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