Resume and application for employment . ARE MY FEDERAL FILING CAUSING EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION

Resume and application for employment . Contact information and e-mail

                                                                                      PLEASE E-MAIL ME IF INTERESTED. THANKS

 




Resume and application for employment . Contact information and e-mail
                                             PLEASE E-MAIL ME IF INTERESTED. THANKS
 
 
DERIAN D HICKMAN
Phone: #202-569-1783                    LEAVE MESSAGE PLEASE          deriandouglashickman@yahoo.com
 
Union Mission Ministries
·   (757) 627-8686
5100 E Virginia Beach Blvd, Norfolk, VA 23502
 
I am a successful business management professional with proven, consistent track record of business startups,
growth and turnaround of previous managment capable of engineering  multipul funtions of any  corporation, including leading a Fortune 500
firm as diverse  as LOWES; with markets of consumer goods, food, lifestyle products and advertising . I would like to
bring my strong background of success to your organization –  in the capacity of store manager,customer service, or any
executive station.  specifically capable of entry level beginings and able to  contribute to the following:
• A finely honed strategic approach to employment and employee relations  that makes me a value-added and innovative solution-provider, combined
with the proven ability to strategize expansion into the important emerging global markets; im fimular with treaties involving copyrights, trademarks, patents, and federal and local elections. founder of THE FREEDOM LIBERTY AND INDEPENDENCE PARTY (RETIRED AROUND 1999.(MAKESHIFT WEB SITE FOR HISTORIC AND NON-essential PURPOSES; PURLY FOR ENTERTAINMENT NOT  FOR EDUCATIONAL  OR PURE POLITICAL MOTIVES DONATIONS ARE EXECPTED)• I have a strong commitment to  sucess in all markets as a trademark holder, previously having resided in and contributed my talents.
• A solid marketing background and the savvy to comprehend, implement, and troubleshoot store or customer issues involving
operations while achieving business growth, increased customer satisfaction that contributes to company growth, and profitability;
•Keeping The open-mindedness, adaptability, business sense, and entrepreneurial spirit that enables a company to
build and maintain profitable relationships with its customers and penetrate its markets.
My experience is extensive and diverse – from new business start up to successful turn-around of established
operations . I am a proficient, all-around management practitioner with a highly
applicable background and exceptional leadership, communication, presentation, and team-building skills. I
offer more than 20 years of solid and hands-on strategic, business, marketing, sales, and distribution
experience,  will be extremely valuable in your endeavors. My degree I’d like to discuss further with you, adding further value and success to LOWES as I’ve done so for
my previous personal business as a employer and for employers. This is an attempt to  contact you to arrange for a discussion. Should you wish
to reach me then, please contact me using the information above.
Sincerely, DERIAN DOUGLAS HICKMAN

 

DERIAN D HICKMAN

Phone: #202-569-1783              deriandouglashickman@yahoo.com

 

Union Mission Ministries

·   (757) 627-8686

5100 E Virginia Beach Blvd, Norfolk, VA 23502

 

Objective

 

TO OBTAIN EMPLOYMENT : ASSISTANCE FOR PRO-SE REPRESENTATION IN FEDERAL DISTRICT CIVIL COURT AND OR SUPREME COURT DC CIVIL FILINGS AND APPEALS. BELOW.

 

 

Date Filed »  Case »  Opinion> »OpinionsDate Filed »    Case »    Opinion> »02/14/2011    Civil Action No. 2011-0376HICKMAN v. INTEL> et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by Judge Colleen> Kollar-Kotelly02/14/2011    Civil Action No.> 2011-0375HICKMAN v. PACER FEDERAL COURT SERVICES    Doc> No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by Judge Colleen> Kollar-Kotelly06/15/2010    Civil Action No.> 2010-1005HICKMAN v. US ATTORNEY GENERAL TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT> et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by Judge John D.> Bates06/15/2010    Civil Action No. 2010-1006HICKMAN v.> BANK OF AMERICA et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion) > by Judge John D. Bates06/04/2010    Civil Action No.> 2010-0922HICKMAN v. ALDERSON COURT TRANSCRIPTS SERVICE FOR> THE SUPREME COURT et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum> opinion) by Judge Ellen S. Huvelle05/14/2010    Civil> Action No. 2010-0791HICKMAN v. FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD OF> GOVERNORS et al    Doc No. 3> (memorandumopinion)  by Judge Ellen S. Huvelle05/04/2010 >  Civil Action No. 2010-0687HICKMAN v. DEPARTMENT OF> DEFENSE et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by Judge> Reggie B. Walton04/21/2010    Civil Action No.> 2010-0623HICKMAN v. KENNEDY et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum> opinion)  by Judge Reggie B. Walton03/02/2010    Civil> Action No. 2010-0331HICKMAN v. FEDERAL BUREAU OF> INVESTIGATION et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by> Judge Henry H. Kennedy01/06/2010    Civil Action No.> 2010-0012HICKMAN v. ARCHIVES et al    Doc No. 3> (memorandum opinion)  by Judge Emmet G.> Sullivan12/23/2009    Civil Action No. 2009-2410HICKMAN v.> FREEDOM LIBERTY INDEPENDENCE PARTY et al    Doc No. 3> (memorandum opinion)  by Judge Emmet G.> Sullivan12/23/2009    Civil Action No. 2009-2409HICKMAN v.> NASA et al    Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by Judge> Emmet G. Sullivan11/27/2009    Civil Action No.> 2009-2251HICKMAN v. UNITED STATES MINT et> al  Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by Judge Ricardo M.> Urbina08/26/2009    Civil Action No. 2009-1616HICKMAN v.> FEDERAL ELECTIONS COMMISSION    Doc No. 3 (memorandum> opinion)  by Judge Reggie B. Walton07/23/2009    Civil> Action No. 2009-1362HICKMAN v. COPYRIGHT ROYALTY BOARD  > Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by Judge Richard W.> Roberts06/10/2009    Civil Action No. 2009-1071HICKMAN v.> FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION    Doc No. 3 (memorandum> opinion)  by Judge Richard J. Leon05/26/2009    Civil> Action No. 2009-0974HICKMAN v. THE PENTAGON OF THE UNITED> STATES OF AMERICA    Doc No. 3 (memorandum opinion)  by> Judge Rosemary M. Collyer05/04/2009    Civil Action No.> 2009-0816HICKMAN v. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE    Doc No. 3> (memorandum and opinion)  by Judge John D.> Bates02/24/2009    Civil Action No. 2009-0359HICKMAN v.> WASHINGTON DC PUBLIC LIBRARY    Doc No. 3 (memorandum> opinion)  by Judge Ellen S. Huvelle02/20/2009    Civil> ActionNo. 2009-0342HICKMAN v. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED> STATES OF AMERICA    Doc No. 3 (memorandum and opinion) > by Judge Ellen  

 

Ability Summary

RECEIVING SSI- SSDI ABOUT 340.00 PER MONTH AFTER CHILD SUPPORT DEDUCTIONS

 NO SPECIAL NEEDS OR REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT.

CIVIL FILINGS INVOLVE THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF CASES: AND FEDERAL QUESTIONS:

 BRIEF EMPLOYMENT HISTORY BELOW:

 

 

MUST I REGISTER A TRADEMARK 
No. You can establish rights in a mark based on use of the mark in commerce, without a registration. However, owning a federal trademark registration on the Principal Register provides several important benefits.

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 Owning a federal trademark registration on the Principal Register provides several advantages, including:

·   Public notice of your claim of ownership of the mark;

·   A legal presumption of your ownership of the mark and your exclusive right to use the mark nationwide on or in connection with the goods/services listed in the registration;

·   The ability to bring an action concerning the mark in federal court;

·   The use of the U.S. registration as a basis to obtain registration in foreign countries;

·   The ability to record the U.S. registration with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Service to prevent importation of infringing foreign goods;

·   The right to use the federal registration symbol ® and

·    Listing in the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s online databases.

MUST YOU BE A US CITIZEN

No. However, your citizenship must be provided in the application.  If you have dual citizenship, then you must indicate which citizenship will be printed on the certificate of registration. 

 

A patent for an invention is a grant of property rights by the U.S. Government through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The patent grant excludes others from making, using, or selling the invention in the United States. A utility or plant patent in force on June 8, 1995, is subject to either the 17 year term from grant or the 20 year term from earliest effective U.S. filing date, whichever is longer. A design patent term is 14 years from patent grant. The right conferred by the patent grant extends throughout the United States. The terms "Patent Pending" and "Patent Applied For" are used to inform the public that an application for a patent has been filed. Patent protection does not start until the actual grant of a patent. Marking of an article as patented, when it is not, is illegal and subject to penalty.  A patent cannot be obtained on a mere idea or suggestion. Patent applications are examined for both technical and legal merit. Prior to filing a patent application, a search of existing patents can be conducted at the USPTO Patent Search Room or at a Patent and Trademark Depository Library in your area. For additional information on patents, you may visit the USPTO Web site at http://www.uspto.gov/www.uspto.gov/main/patents.htm.

 

 

Employment History


street sense vendor washington dc homeless advocat
01/2008 - 07/2012
street sense 
1317 G Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005 202.347.2006 info@streetsense.org
dc, DC
Street Sense is a Washington, D.C.-based 16-page biweekly street newspaper that was founded in 2003. Its mission is to offer economic opportunities for people experiencing homelessness in our community through a newspaper that elevates voices and encourages debate on poverty and injustice.
The newspaper features news, editorials, poems and art about homelessness, poverty, and other social issues. About 50% of the paper is written by homeless and formerly homeless individuals and the other articles come from our staff and volunteers, who include journalists, students, advocates and a wide variety of other professionals.
Street Sense vendors pay 35 cents for each paper to cover publishing costs and then sell each paper for $1. As of June 2009, Street Sense has about 100 active vendors, selling 16,000 papers every other week, with the average vendor earning $45 a day. Vendors choose their own sales locations, and can be found in downtown D.C. and some suburbs on busy corners and near Metro stations, usually during the lunch and evening rush hours. 

 


forklift, office
01/1999 - 01/2000

mci world com  










Mci Worldcom Network Service




 

2400 N Glenville Drive Richardson, TX 75082-4381
richardson, TX

Education and Training


Completion Date
Issuing Institution
Qualification
Course of Study
01/1989
gerogetown law
Doctorate Degree
political science
 
Georgetown University Law Center 600 New Jersey Avenue NW Washington, DC 20001

 

Contact 





Phone:202.662.9000

 

 

The United States does not have a national official language; nevertheless, English (specifically American English) is the primary language used for legislation, regulations, executive orders, treaties, federal court rulings, and all other official pronouncements; although there are laws requiring documents such as ballots to be printed in multiple languages when there are large numbers of non-English speakers in an area.

As part of what has been called the English-only movement, some states have adopted legislation granting official status to English. As of April 2011[update], out of 50 states, 28 had established English as the official language, including Hawaii where English and Hawaiian are both official.

The FCC took over wire communication regulation from the Interstate Commerce Commission. The FCC's mandated jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions. The FCC also provides varied degrees of cooperation, oversight, and leadership for similar communications bodies in other countries of North America. The FCC is funded entirely by regulatory fees. It has an estimated fiscal-2011 budget of US$335.8 million and a proposed fiscal-2012 budget of $354.2 million. It has 1,898 federal employees.[1] 

 

REFERENCES:

The FCC took over wire communication regulation from the Interstate Commerce Commission. The FCC's mandated jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions. The FCC also provides varied degrees of cooperation, oversight, and leadership for similar communications bodies in other countries of North America. The FCC is funded entirely by regulatory fees. It has an estimated fiscal-2011 budget of US$335.8 million and a proposed fiscal-2012 budget of $354.2 million. It has 1,898 federal employees.[1] 

Administration Offices

3000 North Landing Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23456

(757) 427-1500

 

Community Assistance

5100 East Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk, VA 23502

(757) 627-8686, ext. 413

 

Shelters

5100 East Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk, VA 23502

Men’s Shelters (757) 627-8686, ext. 200

Women’s Shelter (757) 623-0642, ext. 331

Family Shelter (757) 623-0642, ext. 335

 

Hope Haven

3000 North Landing Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23456

Children’s Home (757) 427-1500

Adult Home (757) 427-3808

Camp Administrative Office (757) 427-1500

Camp Sheriff’s Office (June-August) (757) 427-2235

 

Thrift Store

5100 East Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk, VA 23502

(757) 305-9100

 

Schedule Donation Pick-Up (757) 627-8686, ext. 604

 

Good News Network (757) 430-2313

  1.  ALSO AWAITING FEDERAL BONDABLE LETTER FROM VIRGINIA WORKFORE PROGRAM.  #  Phone: 757-461-7537 Fax: 757-461-6117 Flagship Workforce Center

 

Hampton Roads (Area 16)

One Stop Workforce Center Circle East Office Building
861 Glenrock Road, Suite 223
Norfolk, VA 23502

 

 

 

 

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