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March 11, 1994 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-11

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Elscint's Net Profit
Up $6.3 Million

Elscint ended 1993 with a net
profit of $26.3 million, up from
$20 million recorded the pre-
vious year.
The figures for the Elbit sub-
sidiary, which produces ad-
vanced medical electronics
equipment, include a first-quar-
ter $4.9 million profit due to ac-
counting changes and $3.4
million in other income, in-
cluding income earned from
patent litigation settlements.
Without the profit due to the
accounting changes, the com-
pany's net profit rose by 7 per-
cent to $21.5 million.

`Hot Wheels' Is
Seminar Topic

Automobile enthusiast and col-
lector David Draper will discuss
"Hot Wheels: Collectible Cars
and What Investors Are Buying"
March 17. The seminar is the
second in the "Alternative In-
vestment Series" sponsored by
the Bank of Bloomfield Hills.
The program will be held 7-
8:30 p.m. in the Hunter Room of
the Townsend Hotel in Birming-
ham. It is open free to the public.
Reservations are required by
March 14 and may be made by
calling Kathy Conner, 540-6224.
"Alternative Investment Se-
ries" is a six-part, yearlong pro-
gram featuring area experts
with tips and advice on buying
and investing collectibles. Up-
coming programs will focus on
win futures, contemporary art,
antiques and gemstones.

Workshop Teaches
Trial Skills

The Detroit Chapter of the Fed-
eral Bar Association's Bankrupt-
cy Section will conduct a two-day
practical skills workshop, includ-
ing a mock trial, to teach trial ad-
vocacy skills March 23-24 at the
United States Court House in De-
Enrollment is limited to 16
with a maximum of two atten-
dees per law firm. Registration
begins at 8:30 a.m. with the pro-
gram beginning at 9 a.m. and
running to 5:45 p.m. March 23
and 5 p.m. March 24.
The seminar is geared to bank-
ruptcy practitioners with little or
no trial experience. Because the
workshop involves team presen-
tations, commitment to attend
both days for the full time is re-
There is a charge, but scholar-
ships are available. For informa-
tion or to register, call Michael H.
Traison at Miller, Canfield, Pad-
dock and Stone, 496-7657.

"The Tea ,1


from left: Dan Majewski, Lindsay Gross, Mark Bachaiov,
Diane Lokar, Eric D. King, Jeff Eisenshtadt

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