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On August 4th, the Widerman Malek team joined the Space Coast Chive at the Brevard County Manatees game in support of The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project. The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project is a non-profit organization that helps medically fragile children and their families by supporting them in a variety of ways including Morgan’s Place, disability aid equipment, and emotional support, all at no cost to the families. A portion of the ticket sales were donated to The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project.

Please consider supporting The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project at their website.

A lot of The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project supporters!

WM team members Daniel Davidson, Jessica Slaughter, and Mason Williams with his parents.

WM team member Jessica Slaughter holding a lot of baseballs. Mason Williams on the right.

WM team members Courtney Strus and Jessica Slaughter.


The No Bad Days Foundation founded by Widerman Malek, PL sponsored and attended Kid-A-Palooza held at Wickham Park on July 29th. The No Bad Days Foundation was created to benefit children with disabilities in Brevard County through the purchase of life improving medical devices and other necessities otherwise not covered by insurance. Kid-A-Palooza is one of the best family festivals in Florida. The Summer Splash Festival was also a great time to have muddy, sloppy, wet and wild fun.

For more information on the No Bad Days Foundation visit

daniel davidson at kid a palooza

Daniel Davidson representing Widerman Malek at Kid-A-Palooza

Attorneys Kelly Swartz and Ed Kinberg spoke to the Association of Realtors in Melbourne and Merritt Island on Drone Law on June 28th and June 30th. Their program provided realtors with information on the new rules for the use of commercial drones and how to obtain a Remote Pilot in Command License. If you would like a program on drone law presented to your organization, please contact Kelly Swartz.

ed kinberg and kelly swartz

Attorney Eric Hostetler of Widerman Malek, PL, has been appointed President of Melbourne Civic Theatre Board of Directors. Attorney Hostetler had been on the Board of Directors for a year and enjoys supporting the theatre and the local community.

The Melbourne Civic Theatre (MCT) is Brevard County’s longest running arts association. MCT has been entertaining and educating theatergoers for over six decades and continues to enrich the quality of life in Brevard County.

Eric Hostetler

Once again the Widerman Malek family spent a fun afternoon bowling for a great cause. Widerman Malek is a longtime sponsor of NANA’s Children’s Home, which is a local non-profit organization that provides a safe home for Needy, Abandoned, Neglected and Abused children in Brevard county. Many of our team members along with our family and friends gathered at the Wickham bowling alley to help raise awareness and support for this wonderful organization.