Home » News » TDS eviction mediation service launches for landlords and tenants previous nextProducts & ServicesTDS eviction mediation service launches for landlords and tenantsService is to charge £150 to help landlord and tenants mediate over rent arrears during the Covid crisis as the August 23rd eviction ban lifting looms.The Negotiator16th July 202001,364 Views A new service has launched to help resolve rent arrears issues between tenants and landlords and help reduce the volume of possession claims going through the courts.TDS Resolution has been launched by The Dispute Service (TDS) and is endorsed by the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA), and has been developed in response to some of the measures put in place to protect tenants during the Covid outbreak.Until August 23rd, landlords are not allowed to evict tenants, a government ruling introduced as part of emergency coronavirus legislation in March, that has since been extended.In May, research by the Resolution Foundation found that one in eight private tenants may have fallen behind with rent since the pandemic began and, in some cases, have stopped paying what they owe completely. However, landlords are now unable to take legal action.TDS Chief Executive Steve Harriott (left) says: “In a world where some tenants are in arrears, we felt a service that would bring tenants and landlords together to help negotiate a rent repayment plan would be of real value.“Our experienced and skilled team already provides a fair and impartial adjudication process for disputes that arise over the tenancy deposits we protect. We deal with around 20,000 disputes a year across the UK and quite often we can resolve up to 40 per cent of these each month by using our telephone-based early resolution service.“We’re excited to be launching this service, which we’re sure will help landlords and tenants find a mutually agreeable way to deal with the tenant’s rent arrears, rather than pursuing the costly and time-consuming route of court.”TDS Resolution is charging a fee of £150 plus VAT for landlords for the full service, but the initial contact with the tenant is free of charge.www.thedisputeservice.com/tdsresolutionTDS Resolution Steve Harriott July 16, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Corpus Christi has won this year’s University Challenge after beating the University of Manchester by 275 points to 190 in Monday’s grand final.Corpus struggled initially against a strong Manchester team and only took the lead for the first time with four minutes to go.The success has made an unlikely celebrity of Corpus Christi’s captain, Gail Trimble, a 26-year-old postgraduate studying for a PhD in Latin Literature. Following the victory she has appeared on the Today programme, Radio 4 and been offered a photo shoot in men’s magazine, ‘Nuts’.Trimble gained a reputation in previous rounds for single-handedly dragging her team to the final, personally winning over two-thirds of her team’s grand total of 1200 points. But Corpus Christi’s performance in the final has been recognized as a team effort and drew heavily on the quick-witted quiz skills of Lauren Schwartzman, Sam Kay and James Marsden as well as Trimble.Corpus had widely been tipped to win before the final round began but soon found themselves 70-0 behind. With ten minutes left Manchester held a convincing lead of 160-95. However, a late surge saw the Oxford team overtake their northern rivals and claim the title for the second time in four years.Schwartzman declared herself “absolutely thrilled” at the win while admitting that she had been surprised at the amount of press coverage their victory had attracted.“I think this is one of those things which just really captures the public’s interest and off it goes, sort of a snowball effect. I think it’s great that intellectual achievement can be a top story.“Some of it is flattering, and some of it is downright weird. But it was a great experience overall, and in particular a great team with which to experience it,” she said. She acknowledged that Manchester had provided Corpus with the toughest test of the whole competition: “At one point I looked at the scoreboard and it was 70-0 and my heart rate suddenly increased. It was a long haul from there. After we got a couple of starters I could breathe again, but it was a situation we just hadn’t been in yet in the competition. The last five minutes, however, were when I’m pretty sure my heart stopped!”National media attention, however, has been focussed on 26-year-old Gail Trimble after internet coverage of her impressive performances in earlier rounds became excessively critical in some areas.Fellow team-mate James Marsden said that the response was “completely unjustifiable” and attacked those who criticized his captain’s appearances on the show. “They’ve never met her, they’ve only seen [her] on a TV show for two and half hours. What’s really galling is when they say that Gail is looking down on the rest of the teams.”He added that he was glad to have avoided the same level of coverage. “I don’t think anyone’s worked out who I am yet.”Schwartzman says that despite the criticism Trimble was “an excellent captain.”“Aside from being incredibly quick on the buzzer, she was great at “managing” the bonuses – something that I think doesn’t come across on TV. She always asked us what we thought the answers were, and particularly asked a team member if it was something that was one of our areas of expertise. We worked really well as a team, and Gail’s leadership was a huge part of that.”Schwartzman commented that the team had even evoked glowing admiration from notoriously difficult host and quiz-master Jeremy Paxman, “he was very complimentary. He’s got a gruff persona on the show of course, but he’s actually a very friendly guy.”Students packed the Oxford Blue pub on Cowley Road to watch their team win the trophy. Second year Mike Roberts said, “It was a really good atmosphere, everyone who was Corpus was there.”The episode was filmed last November but competitors were not allowed to reveal the result until it was broadcast on Monday night.Four of the past six champions have been Oxford colleges. In addition to Corpus Christi’s two victories both Magdalen and Christ Church have enjoyed similar success in recent years.
This morning, the Prime Minister chaired the second meeting of the Council of Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Chairs at Downing Street.Alongside the LEP Chairs she was joined by Business Secretary Greg Clark and Communities Secretary James Brokenshire.The Prime Minister began by thanking the Chairs for their work to help deliver the modern Industrial Strategy across the UK.She emphasised the importance the government places on listening to business as we prepare to leave the European Union and reaffirmed her commitment to supporting the role of LEPs to make sure that communities across the country are best placed to thrive.Discussion covered the different approaches which LEPs are taking to develop bespoke Local Industrial Strategies, as well as their engagement with SMEs.The Chairs spoke about the ongoing partnerships between government, business and academia to drive productivity and tackle the Grand Challenges outlined in the Industrial Strategy.Attendees recognised the need to reflect the specific strengths and potential of each area in their plans and they highlighted successes to date such as tailored programmes of support for local SMEs.All agreed on the importance of making sure that Local Industrial Strategies deliver a meaningful difference to local growth and emphasised the opportunities ahead for greater collaboration and innovation.
Camp Springer Music & Arts Festival announced the first phase of their 2016 lineup yesterday, and it sounds like the makings of an incredible weekend! The festival, set to take place at Stable Gate Barn & Vineyard in Castleton-on-Hudson, New York on the weekend of July 29-31 will feature headlining performances by Start Making Sense, the talented Talking Heads tribute band currently making a name for itself on the touring circuit, 8-piece soul powerhouse Kat Wright and the Indomitable Soul Band, and Buffalo, New York indie outfit The Reign Kindo. The bill also features sets by sibling-led New York soul-pop group Lawrence, bluegrass Jerry Garcia tribute Deadgrass, and a pair of exciting CT-based up-and-comers (West End Blend and Eggy), as well as MNDLS, Kalahari, and Chet Steddman.In addition to some fantastic music, Camp Springer will offer live visuals by liquid light masters A Case of Space & Lucin, as well as a Silent Disco, yoga and meditation sessions, a live art show, local food and craft vendors, and much more. For more information, tickets, and lineup updates, visit the festival’s website.
After winning the 2016 prize in literature earlier in the year, Bob Dylan decided not to attend the Nobel Prize award ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden this Saturday. Citing “existing commitments” as the reason for his absence, instead, the poet-songwriter decided to send some choice words to be delivered by Azita Raji, the United States Ambassador to Sweden. Patti Smith was also tapped to perform in Dylan’s stead, who performed a beautiful rendition of “A Hard Rain’s A Gonna Fall” (which can be heard here).After acknowledging that he was “truly beyond words” for receiving the honor, Dylan’s remarks also acknowledge his surprise for receiving the prestigious award, with the singer stating, “If someone had ever told me that I had the slightest chance of winning the Nobel Prize, I would have to think that I’d have about the same odds as standing on the moon.”A good portion of Bob Dylan’s banquet remarks used a comparison of himself with Shakespeare to explore the concept of literature itself, subtly addressing the pushback surrounding his win from parts of the literary community:When [Shakespeare] was writing Hamlet, I’m sure he was thinking about a lot of different things: “Who’re the right actors for these roles?” “How should this be staged?” “Do I really want to set this in Denmark?” His creative vision and ambitions were no doubt at the forefront of his mind, but there were also more mundane matters to consider and deal with. “Is the financing in place?” “Are there enough good seats for my patrons?” “Where am I going to get a human skull?” I would bet that the farthest thing from Shakespeare’s mind was the question “Is this literature?” … Like Shakespeare, I too am often occupied with the pursuit of my creative endeavors and dealing with all aspects of life’s mundane matters. “Who are the best musicians for these songs?” “Am I recording in the right studio?” “Is this song in the right key?” Some things never change, even in 400 years. Not once have I ever had the time to ask myself, “Are my songs literature?” So, I do thank the Swedish Academy, both for taking the time to consider that very question, and, ultimately, for providing such a wonderful answer.Dylan’s thoughtful remarks also reaffirmed the centrality of his songs in everything he does and the gratitude he has for the impact he’s had on fans’ lives: “I’ve been doing what I set out to do for a long time, now. I’ve made dozens of records and played thousands of concerts all around the world. But it’s my songs that are at the vital center of almost everything I do. They seemed to have found a place in the lives of many people throughout many different cultures and I’m grateful for that.”You can read Dylan’s full remarks below:Good evening, everyone. I extend my warmest greetings to the members of the Swedish Academy and to all of the other distinguished guests in attendance tonight.I’m sorry I can’t be with you in person, but please know that I am most definitely with you in spirit and honored to be receiving such a prestigious prize. Being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature is something I never could have imagined or seen coming. From an early age, I’ve been familiar with and reading and absorbing the works of those who were deemed worthy of such a distinction: Kipling, Shaw, Thomas Mann, Pearl Buck, Albert Camus, Hemingway. These giants of literature whose works are taught in the schoolroom, housed in libraries around the world and spoken of in reverent tones have always made a deep impression. That I now join the names on such a list is truly beyond words.I don’t know if these men and women ever thought of the Nobel honor for themselves, but I suppose that anyone writing a book, or a poem, or a play anywhere in the world might harbor that secret dream deep down inside. It’s probably buried so deep that they don’t even know it’s there.If someone had ever told me that I had the slightest chance of winning the Nobel Prize, I would have to think that I’d have about the same odds as standing on the moon. In fact, during the year I was born and for a few years after, there wasn’t anyone in the world who was considered good enough to win this Nobel Prize. So, I recognize that I am in very rare company, to say the least.I was out on the road when I received this surprising news, and it took me more than a few minutes to properly process it. I began to think about William Shakespeare, the great literary figure. I would reckon he thought of himself as a dramatist. The thought that he was writing literature couldn’t have entered his head. His words were written for the stage. Meant to be spoken not read. When he was writing Hamlet, I’m sure he was thinking about a lot of different things: “Who’re the right actors for these roles?” “How should this be staged?” “Do I really want to set this in Denmark?” His creative vision and ambitions were no doubt at the forefront of his mind, but there were also more mundane matters to consider and deal with. “Is the financing in place?” “Are there enough good seats for my patrons?” “Where am I going to get a human skull?” I would bet that the farthest thing from Shakespeare’s mind was the question “Is this literature?”When I started writing songs as a teenager, and even as I started to achieve some renown for my abilities, my aspirations for these songs only went so far. I thought they could be heard in coffee houses or bars, maybe later in places like Carnegie Hall, the London Palladium. If I was really dreaming big, maybe I could imagine getting to make a record and then hearing my songs on the radio. That was really the big prize in my mind. Making records and hearing your songs on the radio meant that you were reaching a big audience and that you might get to keep doing what you had set out to do.Well, I’ve been doing what I set out to do for a long time, now. I’ve made dozens of records and played thousands of concerts all around the world. But it’s my songs that are at the vital center of almost everything I do. They seemed to have found a place in the lives of many people throughout many different cultures and I’m grateful for that.But there’s one thing I must say. As a performer, I’ve played for 50,000 people and I’ve played for 50 people and I can tell you that it is harder to play for 50 people. 50,000 people have a singular persona, not so with 50. Each person has an individual, separate identity, a world unto themselves. They can perceive things more clearly. Your honesty and how it relates to the depth of your talent is tried. The fact that the Nobel committee is so small is not lost on me.But, like Shakespeare, I too am often occupied with the pursuit of my creative endeavors and dealing with all aspects of life’s mundane matters. “Who are the best musicians for these songs?” “Am I recording in the right studio?” “Is this song in the right key?” Some things never change, even in 400 years.Not once have I ever had the time to ask myself, “Are my songs literature?”So, I do thank the Swedish Academy, both for taking the time to consider that very question, and, ultimately, for providing such a wonderful answer.My best wishes to you all,Bob Dylan
Intrepid future funk explorers Lettuce have announced their return to the legendary Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO for their annual “Rage Rocks” throwdown on June 8th, 2018. This year, Lettuce will be joined by co-headliners The Floozies. The performances will feature supporting performances by Portland, ME-based “drip-hop/ratchet jazz” outfit JAW GEMS and soulful Canadian DJ duo The Funk Hunters.Listen To Lettuce’s Mini-Set With Ghostface Killah At Red Rocks [Full Audio]Lettuce’s annual “Rage Rocks” event at Red Rocks never fails to pack star power into the natural mountain amphitheater. Guests at last year’s “Rage Rocks” included Marcus King, John Scofield, New Orleans royalty George Porter Jr. and Cyril Neville, and opening hits from JRocc, Turkuaz, and The Russ Liquid Test, as well as an extended mini-set sit-in from the Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah during Lettuce’s headlining performance. In 2016, Lettuce share the bill at Red Rocks with beat-boxing icon Rhazel, Manic Focus, and reggae stalwarts The Wailers.Artist pre-sale for “Rage Rocks” 2018 is live now here.See below for a full list of upcoming Lettuce tour dates. For more information, head to the band’s website.Lettuce will keep plenty busy between now and their return to Red Rocks in June, as they head out on a nationwide Winter tour that will keep them on the road throughout the months of February and MarchLettuce “Beyond The Clouds” Tour 2018February 7 Atlanta, GA @ Variety PlayhouseFebruary 8 New Orleans, LA @ Joy Theater*February 9 Houston, TX @ House of Blues*February 10 Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Bar-B-Q*February 13 Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl Las VegasFebruary 14 San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park*February 15 Los Angeles, CA @ Wiltern Theatre*February 16 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater*February 17 Portland, OR @ Roseland TheaterFebruary 18 Seattle, WA @ ShowboxFebruary 20 Missoula, MT @ The WilmaFebruary 22 St. Paul, MN @ Palace Theatre^February 23 Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre^February 24 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall^February 25 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues^March 22 Huntington, NY @ The Paramount*March 23 Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre*March 24 Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre*March 26 Hartford, CT @ Infinity HallMarch 28 Richmond, VA @ The NationalMarch 29 Greensboro, NC @ Blind TigerMarch 30 Covington, KY @ Madison TheaterMarch 31 Covington, KY @ Madison TheaterApril 21 Safety Harbor, FL @ Brainquility FestivalJune 8 Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre*With support from Motet^Co-bill with Galactic
Willie Nelson‘s recent performances on Austin City Limits are scheduled to debut on select PBS stations this Saturday, January 26th. The pre-filmed concerts to be aired in one episode marked Nelson’s 18th time appearing as a musical guest on the live entertainment series based out of Austin, Texas since he first performed on the show’s pilot episode back in October 1974. The upcoming episode will be Nelson’s first time playing the show in nearly a decade, and to build up to Saturday’s premiere, the Austin City Limits‘ producers have begun sharing clips from the soon-to-be-televised performance.Texas country music and Willie Nelson have been synonymous with one another ever since the pot-loving guitarist and songwriter returned to his home state following a brief failed stint as a songwriter and performer in Nashville in the early 1970s. The 85-year-old country music legend will look to take viewers through his Lonestar State journey during the upcoming episode, which will feature 18 songs performed with his Family Band. Saturday’s episode will include live renditions and audience sing-alongs of fan-favorites including “Whiskey River”, “Mamma’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys”, and “Always on My Mind”, just to name a few. The episode will presumably pull select performances from all three of Nelson’s shows at Austin’s Moody Theatre (where the show is filmed) last month on December 29th-31st.Related: ‘Austin City Limits’ Shares Pro-Shot Video Of Gary Clark Jr.’s “Night Time Is The Right Time” Fans can tune into some of the promotional clips shared by the show on Tuesday from the upcoming episode in the videos below.Willie Nelson – Austin City Limits – Promotional Trailer #1[Video: AustinCityLimitsTV]Willie Nelson – Austin City Limits – Promotional Trailer #2[Video: AustinCityLimitsTV]Rolling Stone also shared a longer promotional clip from the forthcoming episode on Wednesday, which showcases Nelson performing “Funny How Time Slips Away”.Recently, some of the biggest names in rock and country music including Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Dave Matthews, and Alison Krauss, recently gathered at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to honor Willie Nelson and his legacy. You can read more about the all-star tribute to Nelson here.
As PEAK16 comes to a close, I would like to recap some of highlights from the numerous conversations with our world class and loyal VAR community.From the stage, the close to 744 channel partners in attendance heard about the latest ways to protect customers while ensuring IT is a business enabler, especially in light of the growing pervasiveness of ransomware. I trust that all those who attended are leaving Las Vegas with expanded knowledge, tools and solutions to equip their customers to open their own ‘Department of Yes.’ We have an amazing VAR base who deploy and manage secure networks for 32 percent of the SME market (According to Infonetics Q1 2016).We highlighted the new SonicWALL Capture Advance Threat Protection Service which is fully operational and provides arguably the best Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) and ransomware prevention in the market. This cloud based service, available with Dell SonicWALL firewalls, provides advanced threat detection and sandboxing with a multi-engine approach to stopping unknown and zero-day attacks at the gateway and with automated remediation.New Cloud Security Management Solution to meet growing demand for Security-as-a-ServiceIn order to help our VARs drive operational efficiency and meet the growing demand for security-as-a-service, Dell SonicWALL announced a technology preview of its Cloud Security Management Solution. This Cloud Global Management System (GMS) will enable partners to scale even faster, with streamlined deployment, management and reporting. We are in beta today.PEAK16—The Buzz in the HallsBeyond the official keynotes and breakout sessions, the buzz at Peak16 was around the upcoming acquisition of SonicWALL by Francisco Partners and Evergreen. Announced earlier this summer, the sale will allow SonicWALL to become an even more nimble and strategic network security solution provider. Our new Secure First Partner Program will help partners differentiate their offerings in the marketplace, while ensuring we provide the right partners increased profitability based on the level of value they provide to our customers.“I started attending Dell SonicWALL’s PEAK again since it relaunched in 2014. During this period my company has grown in excess of 30 percent each year with SonicWALL network security solutions and as a result just recently outgrew our office space and relocated to our own building two weeks ago. I don’t think this growth is by any accident, as the networking, contacts and content at these PEAK16 Conferences leave me charged up with new ideas and seeking new opportunities to expand our business,” said Steven J. Ryder, president, True North Networks, LLC.It was great to reconnect in-person with our channel partners at PEAK16. Thanks to our loyal partner network, our solutions are actively providing secure access to more than one million networks, ranging from small businesses to leading retail and education institutions.
Bar’s Advertising Task Force gets its marching orders The Florida Bar’s Advertising Task Force 2004 has held its first meeting which included a review of Bar advertising regulations and a discussion of the challenges the group faces.Bar President-elect Kelly Overstreet Johnson, who has made the review of ad rules a priority for her upcoming year leading the Bar, gave the panel its charge at the March 9 meeting in Tampa.The panel is to review Bar advertising rules and recommend any needed changes, including alterations that would clarify the meaning of the rules and help provide notice to Bar members of the rules’ intent, Johnson said. She also called for a specific review of the Bar’s requirement that most ads be reviewed, including whether the Bar can require that those ads be filed prior to broadcast or publication.Current Bar rules require the filing be no later than concurrent with the first broadcast or publication.Johnson also asked the task force to submit its final report to the Board of Governors in the 2004-05 Bar year, her presidential year which starts July 1.Former Bar President Ben Hill, who chaired the 1995-97 Joint Presidential Task Force on Advertising, gave the task force a history of Bar advertising regulations.The Bar’s first advertising commission was set up in the late 1980s, a few years after the U.S. Supreme Court’s Bates decision made lawyer advertising legal, he said. The majority opinion predicted only routine legal services would lend themselves to advertising, and personal injury and criminal matters would not be likely candidates for ads. Dissenters predicted a glut of misleading ads that would damage the profession.The first ads, Hill said, were relatively restrained, but by the late 1980s ads were frequently misleading and deceptive. The Bar launched a two-year review, including a study that showed the public had a lower opinion of the legal system because of lawyer advertising.That commission recommended, the Board of Governors approved, and the Florida Supreme Court included in Bar rules some of the toughest regulations on lawyer advertising in the country. They included the requirement that most ads be submitted to the Bar for review, a ban on promising results in ads, limitations on images that could be shown in ads, a ban on using nonlawyer spokespersons in broadcast ads, and a ban on direct mail solicitations for 30 days following a personal injury.The latter regulation led to a legal challenge that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which in The Florida Bar v. Went For It, Inc., upheld the regulation in a 5-4 decision. It was the first time the high court had upheld any state bar advertising rule.Following that decision, Hill said the Bar launched its second review of ads and its rules, which he chaired. That commission had the goal of improving the advertising regulations, and it recommended many changes, including television and Internet ads. Most of the changes made in the wake of the commission’s recommendations are still in effect, Hill said.He also advocated a periodic review of ad rules and urged the task force to retain rules as a restraint on advertising and to avoid ads that can mislead the public.Following Hill, the task force heard from Bar outside counsel Barry Richard, who represented the Bar on the U.S. Supreme Court appeal, Ethics Counsel Elizabeth Tarbert, who oversees the Bar’s advertising rules, and Legal Division Director Tony Boggs. Boggs reported on the Statewide Advertising Grievance Committee, which was set up two years ago to bring uniformity to prosecution of ad rule violations.Following the presentations, task force members had a wide-ranging discussion about lawyer advertising. Several members said it is important to have clear, fair, and simple rules that are enforced. Others said while there is a potential for misleading advertising, it’s also important to realize good advertising can educate the public about legal issues and their rights and — since most don’t know an attorney — help find a lawyer if they need one.The task force chair is former Board of Governors member Manny Morales of Miami, and board member Charles Chobee Ebbets of Daytona Beach is vice chair.Other members are Naples attorney Basil L. Bain, Tampa attorney John C. Bales, state Assistant Attorney General Linzie F. Bogan of Tallahassee, Live Oak attorney John R.J. Bullard, Allstate Insurance attorney Mina C. Bustamante of Jacksonville, Nova Southeastern University School of Law Professor Debra M. Curtis, Tampa attorney William F. “Casey” Ebsary, Jr., Orlando attorney Michael R. Hammond of Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund, Ft. Myers attorney Kelly K. Huang, Tallahassee attorney S. Curtis Kiser, Hollywood attorney Rozalyn Landisburg, Palm Beach Gardens attorney Theodore J. Leopold, Pensacola attorney Ann E. Meador, Tampa attorney Shane T. Munoz, nonlawyer John L. Remsen, Jr., of Ft. Lauderdale who advises law firms on marketing, board member Robert A. Rush of Gainesville, Pensacola attorney David L. Sellers, Tampa attorney Bill Wagner, and Tallahassee attorney Matthew R. Willard.The task force has tentatively agreed to meet again in May, although it had not set a date as this News went to press. Members also authorized Morales to appoint subcommittees to study various parts of the advertising rules. Bar’s Advertising Task Force gets its marching orders April 15, 2004 Regular News
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police are searching for a gunman who shot a man outside a party in Bay Shore early Saturday morning, police said.Detectives said several people were standing outside the party at 112 2nd Avenue when the gunman fired several shots, striking a 34-year-old man in his foot around 3 a.m.The victim was transported in a private vehicle to Good Samaritan Hospital where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said.The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information regarding the shooting is asked to contact the Third Squad at 631-854-8352 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.