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Welcome to the dream-crushing world of entertainment law. Free legal advice covering film, tv, music, literature, and more. Call 877-LAW-4777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Entertainment Law news, analysis and commentary by lawyers for lawyers and other entertainment industry professionals.
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Hear the latest issues and trends in the world of paralegals and legal assistants with two nationally known career paralegals and co-hosts, Vicki Voisin and Lynne DeVenny. This podcast is published monthly by the Legal Talk Network.
A weekly look at developments in our high-profile cases, interviews with PLF attorneys & clients, in-depth analysis with policy experts, our “Ask a Lawyer” segment, and everything else PLF. Stay up-to-date with Pacific Legal Foundation and subscribe to Courting Liberty.
Legal analysis and commentary from Justia.com with the columinst team of Vikram Amar, Neil Buchanan, Sherry Colb, John Dean, Michael Dorf, Joanna Grossman, Marci Hamilton, Julie Hilden, Joanne Mariner and Anita Ramasastry.
Welcome to the Legal Toolkit, where you'll get the latest trends and business initiatives that help your law firm everyday. Hear from the experts setting the standards for the legal, insurance, and law enforcement industries. The Legal Toolkit is brought to you by Catuogno Court Reporting and Sten-Tel Transcription Services, New England-based businesses serving the legal community nationwide since 1966! You're listening to the Legal Talk Network!
Law is alive. It doesn’t live in books and words. It thrives in how well we understand and apply it to everyday life. We ask questions, find answers, and publish what we discover in feature episodes and live storytelling. Part of the Infinite Guest network from American Public Media.
One single audio file of the whole program - good for continuous listening.
I Am The Law is a show about law jobs. We profile recent and seasoned law school graduates in different jobs to help listeners learn about the legal profession.
J. Craig Williams and Robert Ambrogi are top law bloggers that together host Lawyer2Lawyer. They bring us their (sometimes opposing!) views on a variety of hot legal topics from literally across the country. Williams, defense attorney and partner at Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold LLP, specializes in civil and business criminal cases that involve complex business lawsuits, contract actions and environmental issues. Williams is a prolific writer and former journalist. Ambrogi represents clients at the intersection of law, media and technology. His firm, Law Offices of Robert J. Ambrogi is located in Massachusetts and focuses on media and new media law as well as mediation and arbitration. Ambrogi is the only person ever to hold the top editorial positions at both national U.S. legal newspapers, the National Law Journal and Lawyers Weekly USA. We're thrilled to bring the two together in this first-of-its-kind Internet radio show!
Join legal blogger (and trained attorney) Denise Howell as she discusses breaking issues in technology law, including patents, copyrights, and more. Records live at http://live.twit.tv/ every Friday at 11:00am PT/2:00pm ET.
Legal Current is a podcast from Thomson Reuters, Legal, that features information and commentary on the business and practice of law.
Welcome to Law Talk with Richard Epstein and John Yoo. Our show is hosted by Troy Senik. You can find all episodes, new and old, here.
Voice of laws (Arabic)- an educational channel in the areas of law operating upon dissemination of legal knowledge by Mostafa M.Attiya. Dealing with legislation, laws and provide the audio legal articles in various branches of law: public law and private law
Listen to lectures by—and discussions with—the University of Chicago Law School's eminent faculty, as well as some very special guests.
A Podcast from Liberty Fund's Library of Law & Liberty
The host of The Immigration Hour is nationally renowned immigration attorney Charles H. ( Chuck ) Kuck. Chuck has been helping people navigate the complex area of U.S. Immigration Law for more than 21 years. Chuck is a Past National President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association ( AILA ) . He is also the Managing Partner of Kuck Immigration LLC—The Immigration Law Firm, Georgia’s premier boutique immigration practice. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Georgia, where he teaches the immigration law classes each year. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America, Who's Who of International Corporate Immigration Attorneys, Chambers USA, America's Leading Lawyers for Business, Chambers Global, The World' Leading Lawyers For Businesses and in Atlanta Magazine as a Georgia Super Lawyer.
Hear how technology can help attorneys, legally speaking, with two of the top legal technology experts. Authors and lawyers, Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell host this Legal Talk Network show.
Des simples litiges aux droits des victimes : les réponses à vos interrogations livrées par des avocats et des spécialistes.
13ème rentrée sur RTL pour Julien Courbet, plus que jamais à l’écoute et au service des auditeurs. Sa mission : faire respecter les droits de ceux qui sont en difficulté. Epaulé par son équipe d’avocats (Nathalie Fellonneau, Éric de Caumont, Sylvie Noachovith) et de négociateurs (Bernard Sabbah, Hervé Pouchol), il s’emploie à rétablir le dialogue, débloquer les situations et trouver des solutions. Nouveau : les consultations instantanées Cette année, les auditeurs peuvent demander conseil en direct à Julien Courbet et à ses experts pour une réponse immédiate en composant le 3210. "Ça Peut Vous Arriver", le rendez-vous incontournable pour ceux qui souhaitent ne pas tomber dans les arnaques du quotidien.
What's New at the United States Supreme Court? Each week we bring you up to date coverage of the most recent cases and decisions before SCOTUS, discussing the Supreme Court's most recent grants and denials of certiorari, orders, opinions, oral arguments and constitutional jurisprudence. We also present in-depth special reports on the justices, important constitutional rights and the most controversial legal issues of our time (e.g. Abortion, Affirmative Action, Gay Rights, Women's Rights, Privacy, Campaign Finance, Same-Sex Marriage, Patent Law, Criminal Law and First Amendment Law). An essential podcast for any law school student or layperson interested in learning more about the Supreme Court and the United States Constitution.
Talkin Law with Dan Hochheiser analyzes criminal cases in the news, trends in the law, & Covers all legal current events.
Each week Polsinelli provides clients with a weekly podcast which focuses on a variety of business and legal news for our clients.
News from the University of Virginia School of Law
The Insurance Law Podcast features discussions with leading insurance attorneys about timely industry issues.
The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) is a public interest technology law and policy program at Stanford Law School that brings together scholars, academics, legislators, students, programmers, security researchers, and scientists to study the interaction of new technologies and the law and to examine how the synergy between the two can either promote or harm public goods like free speech, privacy, public commons, diversity, and scientific inquiry. The CIS strives as well to improve both technology and law, encouraging decision makers to design both as a means to further democratic values.
Welcome to the New England Law Review Podcast. The New England Law Review is a student-run organization that produces the flagship publication of New England Law | Boston in Massachusetts.
Welcome to a more legal life! I'm Attorney AnneElise Goetz and it's my mission to break down the legal issues impacting your daily activities while serving up a little life advice on the side.
Evolving Family Law, presented by Moss & Barnett, A Professional Association, examines how Minnesota law addresses issues in dissolution proceedings including custody and parenting time, division of property and assets, spousal maintenance and child support and the treatment of Premarital Agreements by the courts. We will keep you up to date on new developments in Minnesota that affect divorce and family law issues and address key changes in the ever evolving law.
Лекции и статьи кандидата юридических наук, преподавателя Алексея Панова об актуальных проблемах современной юридической науки. Административное право, вопросы ответсвенности, государственной службы, налоговые и финансовые аспекты, коментрарии и анализ судебной практики все это и много другое в аудиоверсии сайта www.panov.in
Its not about guns, Its about freedom.
"Формула права" - выпуски программы на Столица FM
Law School Interactive is a website that will educate and answer questions to potential and current law school students. On a weekly basis we will be posting podcasts that will answer law school frequently asked questions, profile an individual law school or dive into an interesting topic that refers to preparing for law school, law school or law students in a variety of ways.
"Территория права" - программа, где речь идет о праве в нашей жизни. Ведущий программы -журналист Павел Нетупский. Экспертами выступают юристы компании "Пэн энд Пэйпер": старший партнер Валерий Зинченко и руководитель уголовно-правовой практики Алексей Добрынин.
NorthPod Law is a podcast that reviews the week's legal stories and news with a particular focus on how they affect the legal profession and the justice system of England & Wales. This show runs for six weeks and then takes a six week break throughout the year. It is hosted by barristers Benjamin Knight, Kirstin Beswick and Jonathan Holt. Each week, they will be joined by other lawyers and legal experts and, together, they will cast an eye over that week's legal twists and turns. ** Note to broadcast media producers: Our presenters are available for comment on legal matters in the public eye by contacting us at email@example.com - this address is monitored 24/7 ** When Northpod Law is off the air, this feed automatically redirects to Northpod's sister show, the UK Criminal Law Blog Podcast. UK Criminal Law Blog Podcast UKCLBP is a podcast by Dan, Lyndon and Sara - barristers who run the UK Criminal Law Blog. The podcast discusses and explains current cases and topics relevant to the criminal law, in language accessible to those not legally trained. Far too often the media don’t get the facts right about criminal cases meaning that far too often do the public not understand the 'how' and 'why'. We’re three barristers who are trying to change that by discussing current cases and topics in everyday English, to make the law more accessible to all. Our long-standing and well-respected blog can be found at www.ukcriminallawblog.com
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Interactive Talk Radio for Legal Professionals. Our multimedia network lets you get the latest legal news, listen to Internet radio shows hosted by the leading attorneys across the US and access important legal resources and technology...all in one place. Legal Talk Network will make a difference in the way you practice law!
Being on your co-op or condo board carries a lot of responsibility, liability, and, let's face it, headaches. On Habitat's Legal Talk, you'll meet New York's leading co-op and condo attorneys, who will offer advice and guidance for some of the peskiest problems facing boards today.
Tech Policy Weekly from the Technology Liberation Front is a weekly discussion about technology policy from techliberation.com's learned band of contributors. It features some of the brightest and most provocative minds in the field of technology public policy commenting on the regulation of media, the internet, privacy, intellectual property, and all things tech.
With more than 350 intellectual property professionals, Finnegan is one of the largest IP law firms in the world. The Finnegan podcast series covers highlights from the firm and latest developments in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law, including counseling, prosecution, licensing, and litigation.
Happy Birthday song “smoking gun” delivered in court! Superb Owl vs. @NFL; Using copyrighted news articles in your documentary; Do I need a license to show a film at my non-profit service organization?; Should I specialize in entertainment or copyright in law school?; Film On gets a court victory; Bill Cosby’s Deposition troubles.
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Mediation of Labor & Employment Law cases and disputes.Guests: Labor & Employment Law attorneys Mark Rudy and Lisa Klerman who now specialize as...
Vicki Voisin interviews Sam Glover, lawyer and founder of Lawyerist.com, about why lawyers need to be competent with technology, why paralegals should teach lawyers how to use technology rather than accepting all IT responsibilities, and tricks to maintain your own tech knowledge. Special thanks to our sponsors, Boston University, Nala, and ServeNow.
PLF is supporting a challenge to laws that compel public school educators to help foot the bill for the teachers union even if they aren’t members. PLF Principal Attorney Timothy Sandefur explains the First Amendment issues that are at stake in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, which will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court this fall.
Planned Parenthood is under fire because of recently released videos showing senior officials seemingly stating prices the organization charges for selling fetal body parts. Pro-life lawmakers in Congress have seized on the videos as evidence of wrongdoing, while Planned Parenthood has responded that the impression created by the videos is false—a product of highly selective and misleading editing. Planned Parenthood claims—quite credibly—that its officials were not stating prices to be paid for illegal sales of fetal tissue but for legal defrayment of costs associated with collecting, storing, and transporting such tissue. The Planned Parenthood videos may raise important questions of public policy regarding abortion, but I will put those matters aside here to focus on an issue that transcends the particular content of the videos. To what extent does defamation law provide a remedy for people who appear in deliberately misleading audiovisual recordings? Although Planned Parenthood officials...
How can solo and small firm lawyers modify their practices to compete in the changing legal market full of companies like LegalZoom and Shake? Heidi Alexander interviews two people who are on the technology side of offering legal services. Abe Geiger, the founder and CEO of Shake, and Bill Palin, an attorney and app developer, discuss why they decided to create the legal technology tools, how solo and small firms might use these tools to gain a competitive advantage, and which non-legal mobile apps lawyers can use to increase efficiency in their practice.
On the afternoon of June 30, 2003, Derrick Hamilton was escorted downstairs to face his fate, at a disciplinary hearing at Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York. The hearing officer was Jim Kennedy, a man Hamilton remembers like this: “kind of stocky guy, with salt and pepper hair. A round face. Kinda tall. No mustache that I recall….” Although the hearing would have serious implications for Hamilton’s future, it bore few of the hallmarks of a regular courtroom. There was no defendants table, no judge’s bench, no jury box. And, unlike in a regular criminal proceeding, Hamilton was left to fend for himself. No lawyers are allowed. Prison disciplinary hearings are what happen when you get in trouble in prison. The corrections equivalent of being sent to the principal’s office. The difference is that where a visit to the principal might earn you detention, or a call to your mom, prison disciplinary hearings have serious, potentially long-term consequences. Consequences like solitary...
Distributed courtrooms. Fighting family violence, online.
When is enough...enough? Jaye Lindsay decided he'd had enough just 3.5 years after graduating from Southern Illinois University School of Law. His first job out of law school wasn't glamorous, but the steady pay and hands-on litigation experience made up for a lack of health insurance and low hourly wages. But over time, he wanted more work-life balance and a better standard of living for his wife and new kids. Jaye tried a new firm in rural Illinois. It collapsed after a month. He tried going solo back in Chicago. It only allowed him to barely get by. He signed on with another firm at an hourly rate while maintaining his solo practice. But he wasn't crazy about the lack of benefits or the type of work, which wasn't even consistent. Finding it impossible to manage his average-size debt load, Jaye decided to move with his family to Florida and become a high school special education teacher. This non-traditional episode is about more than Jaye's decision to become a teacher and practice law...
こんにちは。暑い日々が続きますが、皆様お元気でしょうか？ 今回は、リスナーの「みそ汁定食」さんからの質問に基づき、風営法によるクラブ経営の規制についてご説明させていただきます。 少し前のことになりますが、クラブ経営者による無許可営業が風営法違反を理由に摘発されるという事件が話題になることがありました。 風営法がクラブを規制するために改正されたわけでもないのに、何故、急にクラブ経営が問題とされるようになったのでしょうか。 今回は、無許可でのクラブ経営と風営法について説明しようと思います。 bengoshihoso042l.mp3
J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi discuss the latest Supreme Court decisions with Tony Mauro from the National Law Journal and Tejinder Singh from SCOTUSBlog. Together they review the fundamental rights in Obergefell v. Hodges, interpretation of legislation under King v. Burwell, and free speech in Walker v. Sons of Confederate Veterans. Tune in to hear a detailed analysis of decisions as well as predictions for the future. Special thanks to our sponsor, Clio.
DMCA, Ashley Madison hacked and user data leaked, delivery drones take off, Apple Music and iCloud DRM. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twil. Public list of discussion points, TWiL on Friendfeed, TWiL on Facebook Attorneys may submit a self-study form to their local CLE board seeking MCLE credit approval. Please check the rules and requirements for your specific jurisdiction before submitting any forms. Special thanks to Nigel Clutterbuck for the TWiL theme music. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Can I use small amounts of other people’s copyrighted lyrics in my new song?; How do I break into the lucrative voice over business?; Litany of Hip Hop trouble makers: Suge Knight, Jay Z, Lil’ Wayne, and “I owe more than” 50 Cent.
Mind Your Business returns, and in this installment, Patsy Doerr, head of Diversity and Inclusion at Thomson Reuters, is joined by Pat David, managing director and global head of Diversity for JP Morgan Chase. Among the topics they cover include diversity in the financial sector and how diversity and inclusion have evolved over the years.
Family Law: Biblical Mediation/Conflict Coaching for Couples in Divorce or Trouble.Guests: John Thomas, a Certified Family Law Specialist by the...
On behalf of a group of concerned local residents, PLF is challenging Seattle’s food-waste law for treating key freedoms as disposable. The new law violates privacy and due process rights by commissioning garbage collectors to engage in intrusive surveillance of people’s trash.
Don’t Worry It’s a summer school session in the faculty lounge and things are … unruly. Yes, Professors Epstein and Yoo hit the big topics: the Iran deal and the conclusion of the “John Doe” investigations in Wisconsin. Along the way, however, they touch on everything from whether Antonin Scalia is a bad influence on law students, how to stay safe at an Oakland A’s game, whether New York City or Chicago produces the better pizza (Richard is troublingly agnostic), and how David Brooks is exploiting the tax code. So, yes: we were out of decaf in the faculty lounge today.It’s a Law Talk tour de force. Listen in! It’s the law: subscribe to this podcast either on iTunes or on Stitcher. Read OnThe post Don’t Worry appeared first on Ricochet.
Rehabilitation and prisoners' rights.
الحلقة الرابعة نتناول مسألة التفتيش في حالة الضرورة.حول مدى قانونية تفتيش حمدان المجني عليه وما أسفر عنه من ضبط المخدر بهويته الشخصية. أكمل القراءة ←
This episode is presented by The United States Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corp. Smaller law practices are often organized around just a few practice areas -- or even just one. Sometimes, however, lawyers organize their firms around the types of clients they seek. These niche firms end up doing many types of work for many similar clients. Ryan Morrison, a 2013 graduate of New York Law School, created a firm centered on helping video game developers. As such, the work he does for his clients varies based on whatever they need -- usually intellectual property and contracts -- and he outsources whatever he can't do. In this episode, Ryan tells us how he managed to build a rare practice from a pro bono matter. He also tells us about his biggest challenges, including educating developers that they need a lawyer in the first place. It turns out that, due to who can and does make games today, a lot of people find themselves in hot water for what amounts to ignorance of the law. This episode...
Neil Young gave up on streaming music, more blurred lines for Pharrell and Robin Thicke, 3D printed guns, and marijuana use in Washington and Colorado. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twil. Public list of discussion points, TWiL on Friendfeed, TWiL on Facebook Attorneys may submit a self-study form to their local CLE board seeking MCLE credit approval. Please check the rules and requirements for your specific jurisdiction before submitting any forms. Special thanks to Nigel Clutterbuck for the TWiL theme music. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Even for those among us who are not altogether convinced by Isaiah Berlin's famous essay "Two Concepts of Liberty," it has by now become commonplace to adopt a distinction between "negative" and "positive" liberties that largely coincides with the one he offered. In my lecture I defend the thesis that this bifurcation of the concept of freedom is incomplete in a significant respect, because it omits a third type, which I will call "social freedom." I proceed first by illustrating with some well-known examples how we must understand this third form of freedom, which cannot be performed by one subject alone, but rather requires the cooperation of others. In the second step I want to recall briefly the philosophical tradition in which this idea of "social freedom" has always had a central place. Finally, I delve into the systematic question of whether the suggested model of freedom in fact designates a third concept, which does not conform to the traditional bifurcated understanding. Axel...
The latest installment of Wait, What? has the guys taking the show into the realm of video. No, you didn't read that wrong; Jason, Joe and Matt had their latest podcast recorded in an actual news studio in Washington, D.C. After the initial shock of being on camera wore off, the guys settle into a discussion on the use of Magic Bands at Walt Disney World and how the theme park uses these to enhance the visitor experience. At the same time, they talk about the privacy implications of these devices and just how willing a park-goer is to relinquish elements of their Personally Identifiable Information (PII) for ease of access to certain amenities. On a related topic, the guys discuss the advent of Amazon's voice activated system known as "Alexa." The guys give Jason a pretty hard time about his "relationship" with Alexa, which makes for a great segment.
Brad Birzer comes to Liberty Law Talk to discuss his upcoming biography of Russell Kirk entitled Russell Kirk: American Conservative. Our discussion focuses on the nature of Kirk’s conservatism and his place on the American Right. For example, many have prominently argued that Kirk’s conservatism is only strangely American. Birzer’s answer to this question will give these critics much to think about. We also discuss the influence of Edmund Burke and T. S. Eliot on Kirk, and we consider just what he meant by his invocation of the terms Moral Imagination and the Permanent Things.The post The Conservative Imagination of Russell Kirk: A Conversation with Brad Birzer appeared first on Online Library of Law & Liberty.
Join host Charles Kuck as he discuss the 5th Circuit of Appeals and the oral arguments presented by Texas and the government.
Join host Charles Kuck as he makes 2016 political predictions and their affect on immigration.
song, video game, voice character & logo copyrights; ArianaGrande Donut licking fines; Why DonaldTrump will beat Univision; The Game loses $200,000 judgment to babysitter, Matt Groening’s bitter baby sitter
Living Trusts: Do you need a living trust? Are there taxation issues? Guest: David Hellman, a Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law and...
PLF is suing over the feds’ sweeping new definition of “waters of the United States,” which is so broad that it could impose The Clean Water Act on virtually any water – and land - anywhere.
Amidst the wall-to-wall coverage of the “big” cases decided by the Supreme Court in the final days of each Term, some smaller—but still interesting—cases can be easily overlooked. In the Term that concluded last month, Horne v. Dep’t of Agriculture was one such case. Although it addressed the seemingly esoteric question of whether a regulation requiring raisin growers to set aside a portion of their crop for the government constituted a “Taking” under the Fifth Amendment, the Court’s logic provides a window into how the Roberts Court understands its role with respect to economic regulation. The Facts and Issue in Horne Farming commodity crops has long been economically precarious. Even when demand for some commodity is relatively stable, supply may not be. An early or late thaw, a drought, or any of a number of other circumstances beyond any individual farmer’s control may greatly affect the total supply of the crop, and thus its price. But large fluctuations in price can make it difficult...
Couples who want babies but can’t have them naturally are increasingly turning to surrogacy instead of adoption. And in many countries, the business of providing surrogates is big business. Thailand was a popular destination until things went sideways last summer. Earlier this year, the new, military-led government banned commercial surrogacy for international couples. Thailand—as one legislator put it—does not want to be thought of as the “womb of Asia.” But the decision has left some families on the wrong side of the law. Bud Lake and his husband, Manuel Santos, are two of the unlucky few. Their baby, six-month-old Carmen, was born in Thailand via surrogacy six months ago. “We’re stranded here in Thailand,” says Lake, whose surrogate has reneged on her contract and is now demanding that the baby be returned to her. And according to Thai law, the baby belongs to her—leaving Bud, Manuel, Carmen, and their son Alvaro in limbo. Alvaro was born via a Thai surrogate two years ago. “We’re...
Energy drinks and regulation.
This episode is presented by The United States Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corp. The Supreme Court's decision to extend the right to marry to same-sex couples advanced civil rights last month, but also lawyers' bottom lines. As the LGBTQ community acquires new rights and responsibilities, lawyers have the opportunity for new revenue streams as they engage the civil justice system on behalf of clients who previously did not have equitable access. In this episode, we hear from Meaghan Hearne, a graduate of Syracuse University College of Law. She's involved in a variety of general practice areas, from civil litigation and criminal defense to divorces and child custody. But much of her work engages LGBTQ clients and issues. Earlier in her career Meaghan protected same-sex, unmarried couples who nevertheless wanted the protections marriage afforded opposite-sex couples. She will likely keep doing volumes of work for the LGBTQ community. Currently, she's working on a civil litigation case...
The Great Glitch of July 8th, Reddit's meltdown, Facebook and Freebooting, the FCC is busy enforcing net neutrality, and more! Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twil. Public list of discussion points TWiL on Friendfeed TWiL on Facebook Attorneys may submit a self-study form to their local CLE board seeking MCLE credit approval. Please check the rules and requirements for your specific jurisdiction before submitting any forms. Special thanks to Nigel Clutterbuck for the TWiL theme music. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Lawyers have been paying attention to the Microsoft Surface Pro and how the combo or hybrid laptop/tablet might be an ideal combination for a law practice. The release of Windows 10 is impending (skipping Windows 9) and some have called Windows 10 the “last release” of the operating system. In this episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report, Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell take a look Microsoft and the Windows platform, what Windows-using lawyers can expect, and the potential pros and cons of using a Microsoft Surface Pro for your practice. Special thanks to our sponsor, ServeNow.
Welcome to Ill Repute, a podcast about reputation and the forces in the 24 hour news cycle and social media that inpact them. In this edition, Susan Martin is joined by Thomson Reuters resident PR consultant, Leonard Lee, as well as Communications Lead Gretchen DeSutter. This week, they discuss the reputation management of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, KFC's fried rat scandal, and the latest social media food fight between Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure and T-Mobile CEO John Legere.
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Donald Trump Vs. Univision; Innocence of Muslims spawns another terrible lawsuit; Can you parody Facebook in a movie; protecting video game pitches; campaign song law
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Landlord/tenant laws, issues, and disputes.Guests: James Coy Driscoll and Marc Seidenfeld, landlord/tenant attorneys, and Robin Levine, a hearing...
A discussion of the University of Texas-Austin's race-based admissions, and why PLF argues the policy is unconstitutional.
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Foreign parents, Australian children.
In this episode of Lawyer 2 Lawyer, producer Laurence Colletti interviews Professor Alexandra Natapoff from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and Rudolph Loewenstein, a recommendation directly from the Orange County Public Defenders Office. Together they discuss the constitutionality of Orange County’s Jailhouse Informant Program, why there’s such uproar in its use, and why Texas might be turning away from such practices in death penalty cases. Tune in to hear about the “papering” of Judge Thomas M. Goethals and likely punishments for alleged abuses of the system. Special thanks to our sponsor, Clio.
Trade Secret Misappropriation and Employment Contracts With a hot technology sector and an improving economy all around, workforce mobility has been on the rise in Silicon Valley, along with efforts by companies to acquire premium talent from competitors. New words like "acqui-hire" have even been invented to describe start-up acquisitions by larger companies that target a start-up's employees, rather than its businesses. Warren Wayne of Bird & Bird in London discusses the changing landscape in protecting trade secrets in the US and Europe.
This episode is presented by The United States Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corp. Each of the five U.S. military branches has a large legal staff that handles civil litigation, criminal prosecution and defense, servicemen and servicewomen education about rights and responsibilities, and more. With worldwide jurisdiction, the military justice system operates alongside our civilian system and is run by the Judge Advocate General's Corp. -- JAG for short. In this episode, we hear from an Air Force JAG officer. Captain Megan Mallone is a 2008 graduate of the University of Toledo College of Law and joined the military right after law school. She's not involved in combat, but she does provide legal counsel of all kinds to warfighters. Every Air Force JAG starts as a prosecutor, enforcing military justice for the U.S. government. But after that? Your future is at the mercy of your military commanders. Megan's original commitment was 4 years, but like many JAG officers, she re-enlisted and...
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Frequent Law and Liberty contributor Theodore Dalrymple discusses with Richard Reinsch his latest book, Admirable Evasions: How Psychology Undermines Morality. Dalrymple, a former psychiatrist in the British prison system, diagnoses modern psychology’s tendency to enable its subjects or is it objects to engage in self-absorption not self-examination. The ultimate effect of various psychological schools, Dalrymple observes, is that of an acid eating away the responsibility and freedom of the human person. His solution: a return to literature, and with that, a return to the authenticity and realism of human action and its limitations.The post How Modern Psychology Undermines Freedom and Responsibility: A Conversation with Theodore Dalrymple appeared first on Online Library of Law & Liberty.