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Danielle M. Smith

Danielle M. Smith is an award winning veteran journalist with over a decade of experience working in national news and gospel radio. Smith shines as a part-time on-air talent at Power 1360 WGBN where she hosts “Good News” a show that spotlights local and national change agents making a positive impact in the Western Pennsylvania region. Before “Good News with Danielle Smith” show on radio, it debuted on PCTV’s community access station in 30-minute segments anchored by Danielle. Smith also hosted for nine years “Hot or Not” a show that spotlighted local and national Gospel/Christian artists. Smith is also an account executive for WGBN, selling air-time spots to businesses and churches. Smith is a former national Audio Journalist with Sheridan Broadcasting Networks and American Urban Radio Networks. Her responsibilities were interviewing individuals for news stories involving the African-American community, including political figures, celebrities, and notable activists. Key interviews include Congresswoman Kamala Harris, Arne Duncan, Judge Lynn Toler, Catherine Pugh (Former Mayor of Baltimore) and Steve Harvey. Smith has been recognized for her stellar reporting work. She was awarded the Robert L. Vann Media Award for Radio/Public Affairs feature story, “Sister Friend Provides Feminine Care Products to Homeless Women.” (2017). Smith is also an awardee of the New Pittsburgh Courier 2016 Women of Excellence. In 2013, Danielle received the Community Spirit Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism from North Side Institutional Church. In 2012, Smith teamed with other members of the AURN newsroom to win a Robert L. Vann Award for excellence (Voting Rights Series) from the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation (PBMF). Danielle’s also a member of PBMF, and participated in their Frank Bolden Urban Journalism workshop as a high school student. Smith is a former contributing writer for the Soul Pitt Media quarterly magazine. She’s also a Communications board member for the Functional Literacy Ministry of Haiti, a Christian nonprofit organization which provides health, hope, educational guidance and evangelism to Haitians in Haiti. Danielle earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Broadcasting from Point Park University (Pittsburgh, PA).

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Danielle M. Smith

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Danielle M. Smith is a partner in the Lafayette office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Insurance Coverage Practice. She concentrates her practice in the areas of bad faith litigation, construction litigation, admiralty and appellate advocacy. She has successfully defended clients in a multitude of litigation matters, including first party and third party insurance coverage disputes, environmental law and professional liability claims. She is experienced in litigating breach of contract claims, extracontractual claims and general tort matters, including personal injury, property damage and premises liability, and is uniquely qualified to handle complex insurance and appellate issues.

Legal Experience

  • Malpractice Defense
  • Subrogation Recovery

Admissions

  • State Bar Admissions
  • United States District Courts
    • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
    • United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
    • United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana
  • United States Courts of Appeals
    • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Admissions

Louisiana State Courts
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana

Associations

  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • Lafayette Bar Association
  • Phi Gamma Mu Honor Society

Awards & Honors

Recipient, Colonel Thomas Ritchie Memorial Endowment Award

Education

Louisiana State University

Juris Doctor, 1996

University of Southern Louisiana

Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, 1992

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In her corporate practice, Danielle Comanducci acts in an outside general counsel capacity and advises domestic and international clients on a multitude of corporate and financial matters, including mergers and acquisition, contracts, loan transactions, internal governance issues, not for profit tax exemption, as well as a wide variety of regulatory compliance and administrative law matters.

She also advises clients in connection with domestic and international intellectual property issues. She represents clients in connection with domestic and international trademark and copyright matters, including prosecution, registration, enforcement, and licensing matters, commercial structuring of intellectual property rights, transactions in digital media and electronic distribution, as well as internet law matters. Danielle also regularly represents clients in connection with trademark and copyright infringement matters and disputes.

Ms. Comanducci also has extensive experience in the field of real estate. She routinely advises domestic and international clients, including real estate investors, developers, and lenders, in a wide variety of real estate matters, including in the acquisition, sale, and financing of residential and commercial real estate and the issues associated with such transactions.

Danielle received a License in Law from the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis Law School in Nice, France, and her Juris Doctorate from New York Law School in New York.  Before joining Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP, Danielle was an Associate at an international boutique law firm based in midtown Manhattan with top-ranked practices in corporate, litigation, real estate, and high-tech. Danielle is recognized in 2022 Best Lawyers®: Ones to Watch for Real Estate Law (2022).

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Teranee Danielle Smith

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premium website buildersTeranee Danielle Smith, 34, of Georgetown, TX passed away September 6, 2021.

Memorial Service: 3PM Monday, September 13, 2021 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel with Jeff Gravens officiating.

Teranee was born to Glen Klander Jr. and Regina Kelley on January 8, 1987.

Teranee Danielle Klander Smith breathed fire, suffered no fools, and loved mightily. She was just 34 when she was taken from us on September 6, 2021. Teranee was born in Waco, grew up in McGregor and was living an amazing life in Georgetown with her husband Larry Smith and their kids.

Teranee spotted Larry in May of 2013 and gave the man no rest until he agreed to go out with her. Like so many things in her life, she knew what she wanted and was bound to have it. They were married in May of 2014. Larry would tell anyone how crazy in love he was and how much having Teranee and Tyson in his life made him a better man. As strong willed and loud as she was, Larry was quiet and reserved and she pushed him to greater things. He credits a lot of his amazing success to the things that she did for him and the opportunity to do great things for his family.

Teranee loved reality TV, a good margarita, and any chance to have her feet in the water. She was always on the lookout for her next tattoo, loved her little red jeep, and made sure her beloved dogs got a chance to run at her aunt Lesley’s every day. She kept a long-running text stream with sister, mom, and aunt trading TikTok’s, memes, animal photos, and the latest gossip. She kept her house immaculate, decorated exactly the way she wanted, and was especially thrilled with her family photos.

Teranee was rightfully proud of how far she had come in the past few years. She had progressed from customer service and call center jobs, to supervisor positions, assistant manager jobs, and when she moved to Georgetown, as a hotel desk clerk. There, she so impressed one of her guests with her smarts, wicked humor, and ability to always just get things done that he hired her into his company as a recruiter, where her career took off.

Teranee was amazing at customer service and recruiting because she just got people. She was brilliant at cutting right through to what mattered to you and how she could help. Her work ethic was unparalleled. She never forgot what it took to get her to where she was and how she always wanted to do more for her family.  She loved her job and we know she will be missed by her people at Workrise.

Teranee naturally rooted for the underdog because she knew what it meant to be one. She was the person that would find the oddball at the party and instantly make friends. She was the one who would always stand up for herself, but also others. If she saw an unfair fight, she wouldn’t think twice about taking her earrings off and putting herself in the middle of it. She was the friend that would try your patience with her temper and stubbornness, but in the end was always the one in your corner.

T, as she was known to her family, loved her kids. She never once talked about “stepkids” Janiah, Jayda, and Jeremiah were just hers. She mothered them, pushed them, and cared for them just the same as her own son, Tyson. She loved being a mom. She always tried to find some adventure for them, and even when it was hard to afford stuff made sure they never went without and was willing to make the sacrifices for it.

Modern families can be a mess, but they also create a loving environment when mistakes get made, wounds need to be healed, or grief needs to be shared. This extended family of Klanders, Smiths, Williams, Kelleys, and Newburns were brought together in our love for this amazing woman who played so many roles so well. She wasn’t just the cousin, she was the doting aunt. She wasn’t just the niece, she was the other daughter. She wasn’t just the sister, she was the crazy best friend.

She was preceded in death by grandfathers, Glenn Klander Sr. and Kenneth Bubert; great-grandmother, Bob-O Hoffman; uncle, Spencer Williams; and best friends, Renee and Erika.

Teranee is survived by husband, Larry R. Smith; children, Tyson Klander, Janiah Smith, Jayda Smith and Jeremiah Smith; mother, Regina Kelley; father, Glenn Klander Jr. and Gretta; sister, Tarissa Klander; grandparents, Birdie Klander, Connie Bubert, Tommy and Linda Kelley; aunt, Lesley and Heath Newburn; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and relatives.

Honorary Pallbearers are Timothy Jackson, John Klander, Chuck Klander, Logan Williams, Charles Ross, J.D. Hunter, Luke Williams, Wayne Hunter, Atom Hunter, and Nicolas Newburn.

In lieu of flowers, donations should be made to Teranne’s Kid’s Fund via Facebook.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708



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Danielle Smith: The toxic people you need to get rid of – and how to do it

I started the new year by doing a segment jumping off a story I’d read in the Huffington Post about how to leave toxic relationships behind in 2018, and ended up getting some great advice from listeners about how to unfriend a “friend.”

The eight toxic personality types are ones we all recognize: the always negative Debbie Downer, the blame-shifting gaslighter, the emotionally draining “user,” the dysfunctional family member, the fault-finding “scorekeeper,” the constant critic, the “poisonous partner” and the friend you’ve outgrown.

Surprising to me: the “friend you’ve outgrown” was the most common type of toxic friend that people were looking to ditch in 2018.

LISTEN: What are the different kinds of toxic people you need to get rid of?

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One listener said he had a childhood friend that he bonded with playing hours of video games. He was even the best man at his wedding.

They lost touch because while my listener went on to do “adulting” type of things, his friend kept on wanting to sit and play hours of video games.

He said he’d tried to reconnect with him from time to time, but it was the same story – you need more to bind you to someone than playing first-person shooter games.

Since I’m not a regular user of Facebook (I’ve tended more toward the Twitterverse), I hadn’t considered that what makes social media so great at connecting people has also created new problems of how to disconnect with people you no longer want in your life.

I remember thinking in the early days of Facebook that it seemed most people I talked to wanted to reconnect with old flames and friends from junior high and high school. That may be why I never really got into it. I always wondered why anyone would want to do that.

WATCH BELOW: To friend, or not to friend: Taking a look at Facebook’s ‘Unfriend Day’

If they are an old flame they are probably no longer in your life romantically for a very good reason – why relive old heartaches? If you are in a committed relationship today, why create new heartaches?

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Same thing for high school and junior high friends. If you still had a lot in common with them, you probably wouldn’t have lost touch with them in the first place.

In the olden days, you’d just stop talking with people as you changed schools, graduated, moved or switched jobs and you never had to worry about seeing them again. With Facebook, you can be connected to every person you have ever met – forever, if you want to – and it would seem, even if you don’t.

A couple of callers told me how they put the end to the insanity. One said they unfriended people by telling them that they were reorienting their Facebook more toward family. The ones they really wanted to stay in touch with they texted and told them to contact them by messenger.

Maria called in to say she and her friends have a mutual agreement to clear out the cobwebs every year: if a Facebook “friend” hasn’t had a conversation or been in touch with you in a year, then they get turfed.

It may make for a few awkward moments when you see your acquaintances again at house parties or social functions, but in the end, does someone you rarely see and never talk to really need to be told about your latest holiday or fitness program? Probably not.

So if you want to get started clearing out the toxic people in your life, start with cleaning out your Facebook page. Then you can move on to the rest of the toxic people on the list, because those ones will probably be a little tougher to cut loose.

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Danielle M. Smith

Partner

Danielle M. Smith is a partner in the Lafayette office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Insurance Coverage Practice. She concentrates her practice in the areas of bad faith litigation, construction litigation, admiralty and appellate advocacy. She has successfully defended clients in a multitude of litigation matters, including first party and third party insurance coverage disputes, environmental law and professional liability claims. She is experienced in litigating breach of contract claims, extracontractual claims and general tort matters, including personal injury, property damage and premises liability, and is uniquely qualified to handle complex insurance and appellate issues.

Legal Experience

  • Malpractice Defense
  • Subrogation Recovery

Admissions

  • State Bar Admissions
  • United States District Courts
    • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
    • United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
    • United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana
  • United States Courts of Appeals
    • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Admissions

Louisiana State Courts
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana

Associations

  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • Lafayette Bar Association
  • Phi Gamma Mu Honor Society

Awards & Honors

Recipient, Colonel Thomas Ritchie Memorial Endowment Award

Education

Louisiana State University

Juris Doctor,

University of Southern Louisiana

Bachelor of Arts, cum laude,

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Murder trial for Danielle Smith and Teresa Jackson delayed for the seventh time

CAMDENTON, Mo. – The trial date for a Camdenton man accused of double murder for the deaths of a woman and her mother in 2016 has been postponed again to mid-2020 over the objections of the Camden County prosecutor.

Steven Ray Endsley, 57, is charged with murder, armed criminal action, burglary, and arson in the deaths of Danielle M. Smith, 27, and her mother, Teresa A. Jackson, 61.

According to a press release from the sheriff’s office, Endsley and Smith had an ongoing disagreement regarding Smith’s identification as a lesbian. The release said the FBI was working with Camden County to see if the murders were part of a hate crime in connection with Endley’s disagreement.

Their remains were found in the burned-out hull of the mobile home they lived in at a trailer park in Camden County on Aug. 29, 2016.

The Camden County Sheriff’s Office said in 2016 that their bodies were found in their mobile home by firefighters battling a blaze at the trailer park.

According to the probable cause statement, Endsley was Danielle’s next-door neighbor. He and Danielle would fight frequently and on one occasion Endsley allegedly showed a firearm while at Teresa and Danielle’s property.

The probable cause also says after an autopsy showed Danielle was stabbed five times and Teresa was stabbed two times. Both died prior to the fire. The Missouri State Fire Marshall’s say there were two pours of accelerant that fueled the fire. one pour near where each victim was found.

On Tuesday (9/19/19), Endsley’s attorney’s requested a continuance of the trial set for that day. Prosecutors objected, but Judge Kenneth Hayden ruled in the defendant’s favor and reset the trial for June 8, 2020. A pretrial conference is set for May 4, 2020, according to online court records.

Tuesday’s trial delay is the seventh in the case.

Endsley is charged with two counts of the 1st-degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action, one count of the 1st-degree burglary, and one count of 2nd-degree arson.

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