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Law, disrupted is a podcast that dives into the legal issues emerging from cutting-edge and innovative subjects such as SPACs, NFTs, litigation finance, ransomware, streaming, and much, much more! Your host is John B. Quinn, founder and chairman of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, a 900+ attorney business litigation firm with 29 offices around the globe, each devoted solely to business litigation. John is regarded as one of the top trial lawyers in the world, who, along with his partne ...
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Discussing the latest developments in arbitration with top scholars and practitioners from around the world, hosted by Professor Amy J. Schmitz. You can learn more, and view the first 100 video episodes, at https://arbitrate.com/the-arbitration-conversation/
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The Arbitration Station

Saadia Bhatty, Joel Dahlquist and Brian Kotick

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The Arbitration Station is a podcast about international arbitration. It covers both investment and commercial arbitration and contains both serious substance and gossipy gibberish. Hosts Brian Kotick, Saadia Bhatty and Joel Dahlquist.
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The Mediate Now™

Winter Wheeler

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The Mediate Now™ is here to change your entire life! In each episode, mediator Winter Wheeler teams up with a guest who is an expert in their field to give you insight into how the art of mediation applies to every aspect of our daily lives! Are you ready? Let's get to it!
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Hosted by commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator, Jean Lawler, this podcast draws on Jean's years of experience as a private practice attorney and neutral to provide insights and information relevant to resolving legal disputes outside of a courtroom, and features interviews with legal and dispute resolution industry leaders--attorneys, mediators, and arbitrators.
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Not Reserving Judgment

Canadian Constitution Foundation

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In each episode of Not Reserving Judgment, Canadian Constitution Foundation Executive Director Joanna Baron, Litigation Director Christine Van Geyn, and Counsel Josh Dehaas walk you though the latest Canadian constitutional law headlines, update you on our litigation, and share our Bad Legal Takes of the Week.
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Litigation Radio

Legal Talk Network

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Hosted by Dave Scriven-Young, this show features conversations with top litigators, judges, and experts to help litigators develop their careers, win more cases, earn more clients, and build sustainable practices. Stay tuned for the tips segment in every episode with Darryl Wilson! Brought to you by the American Bar Association Litigation Section
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OnAir with Akin features the thinking and insights of Akin Gump’s lawyers and advisors on topics of interest to those in the business and legal communities around the world. Commentaries on headline-making stories, viewpoints on interesting trends, and peeks over the horizon at upcoming opportunities and challenges—all these and more are featured in this series.
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I Love You, Mana

Mike Lester, Tor Uggen, Zach Kagan

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Mike Lester, Zach Kagan, Tor Uggen, and Micah (aka Belly) are four pals with varying degrees of experience in stand up comedy and fantasy card games. In I Love You Mana, they discuss Magic: The Gathering and its surrounding culture in a manner accessible to almost anyone, with a level of accuracy that will leave pedants with plenty to correct them on.
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The Jamaica International Arbitration Centre Ltd (JAIAC), Dispute Management in a New World Podcast Series, is biweekly conversations with Dr Christopher Malcolm, Secretary General, JAIAC. In this informative and insightful podcast series, Dr Malcolm will share his views and explore the concept, including by reference to the leveraging implications of the appropriate use of dispute management options for stability in business relationships and in support of sustainable economic development; ...
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For Advisors by Advisors looks to better financial advisors while educating and entertaining them on current events, new ideas, and concepts. This will be a weekly show covering many topics that can be used to maximize your practice and make you shine with your clients. We will also be interviewing leaders in the industry including many financial advisors, recruiters, money managers, and insurance professionals. Come Join and grow with us!
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The built environment and construction sector accounts for 38% of global carbon emissions and it has been estimated that globally every week we build the equivalent of a city the size of Paris. The building sector is therefore well-positioned to have a significant impact on emissions reductions – future legal requirements and case law will reflect this. This podcast focusses on what the trends in climate change related litigation, legislation and guidance mean for our construction sector cli ...
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EVA is a Vid/Podcast about simplifying the Traditional African Method of Settling Disputes or Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) to attract more users around the world to settle their disputes via Mediation, Arbitration, Collaborative Law, Negotiation, Conciliation and Early Neutral Evaluation. ADR is taken to cover appropriate methods to litigation. Recent research (Umegbolu 2021) depicts that ADR -Mediation is cheaper, faster more flexible than Litigation. Besides that, disputes or confl ...
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Lawyers from international law firm Pinsent Masons discuss the latest news in the world of business law. We analyse rulings, laws, news events and trends to help organisations navigate a complicated and fast-moving world of business law and regulations. Every fortnight in these 20 minute episodes we give expert guidance to keep you ahead of your competition and to help you meet the challenges ahead. Listen and subscribe for the latest news and analysis on legal and regulatory issues from exp ...
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This TTRPG game is categorized as "Primal Punk" - a gritty world in which humanity struggles for survival in a land filled with perils both human and alien. The game is set in the regions of Europe and North Africa at the end of the 26th century, more than 500 years after a major asteroid impact devastated the face of the Earth. Follow the stories of characters whose fate is decided strictly by the dice rolls of me, Coop the GM!
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The Supreme Court decision syllabus, read without personal commentary. See: Wheaton and Donaldson v. Peters and Grigg, 33 U.S. 591 (1834) and United States v. Detroit Timber & Lumber Co., 200 U.S. 321, 337. Photo by: Davi Kelly. Founded by RJ Dieken. Now hosted by Jake Leahy. Frequent guest host Jeff Barnum. *Note this podcast is for informational and educational purposes only.
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Each podcast episode, Pat Eckler and Dan Cotter will cover several oral arguments and decisions in civil matters at the Illinois Appellate Court and Illinois Supreme Court, with the occasional coverage of SCOTUS and other appellate courts. The purpose of the podcast is to inform of developments that may affect business and are not to be considered legal advice. They do not create a lawyer-client relationship. Information on previous case results do not guarantee a similar future result. The ...
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Empowering You to Go There In this podcast with Lynne Nash, we go on a captivating journey of discovery, debunking the myths surrounding conflict, and uncovering the heart of the matter. Lynne Nash is an Attorney Mediator who began her career in Public Relations and Marketing, yet found her calling helping others through mediation. She holds an M.A. in Conflict Resolution and Restoration and a J.D. from Texas A&M University School of Law. Lynne’s one of a kind journey combines her legal expe ...
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International Law Talk

Wolters Kluwer, International Group

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During a series of podcasts we will bring you insightful analysis, commentary and discussion from thought leaders and experts on current topics in the field of International Arbitration, IP Law, International Tax Law, Competition Law and other international legal fields.
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Are you a business owner interested in knowing what to do in any legal issue that might arise in your company and line of work? Join Florida business lawyer Rich Sierra, Author of Business SOS! to hear all about the most common legal mistakes business owners make and how to avoid them. This is not a “legal show” in the traditional sense; this is a conversation with business owners on the various legal issues they face daily and how to handle each of them. Guests are business owners from the ...
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Mike Rinder, prominent whistleblower, exposes the abuses of the church of scientology through personal stories, interviews and scrutiny of current affairs. Mike spent 34 years working at the top ranks of the church of scientology and was directly involved with the inner workings of their spy unit: the Office of Special Affairs. He left the church in 2007 and has been exposing the abuses of this cult since 2009. Mike co-hosted the popular Emmy winning TV show, Leah Remini, Scientology and the ...
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This series will feature casual 10 minute discussions on the latest litigation cases and market developments relevant to our offshore jurisdictions. Each episode is brought to you by Harneys global offshore law firm.
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Listen as Ontario Nurses’ Association leaders discuss the state of the health-care profession – and tell Ontarians the truth about what’s happening to their health-care system. They also update members on how their union is fighting to improve their work lives and care for all Ontarians.
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John is joined by Dr. Hamed Merah, Chief Executive Officer of the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration (SCCA) and Nasser Alrubayyi, Managing Partner of Quinn Emanuel office Riyadh. They discuss commercial arbitration in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the recent impact of the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration. Dr. Hamed explains SCCA’s mis…
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Episode 47 Florida Business Attorney Rich Sierra discusses the pros and cons of the arbitration process versus having the litigation be handled in state or federal court. You Can Reach Rich : 1. Via Email at Rich@RichSierra.com 2. https://www.floridasmallbusinesslegalcenter.com 3. FaceBook @ FSBLEGAL 4. youtube.com/@RichardSierra 5. twitter.com/Ric…
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Flowers makes baked goods that are then distributed across the country. Bissonnette owned the distribution rights in a certain part of the country. Their contract subjected them to the F.A.A.. After Bissonnette sued under Labor (wage) laws, Flowers moved to compel arbitration. Bissonnette said they're exempt because the F.A.A. exempts “contracts of…
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McIntosh v. United States Petitioner Louis McIntosh was indicted on multiple counts of Hobbs Act robbery and firearm offenses. The indictment set forth the demand that McIntosh “shall forfeit . . . all property . . . derived from proceeds traceable to the commission of the [Hobbs Act] offenses.” The Government also later provided McIntosh with a pr…
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Disputes Digest Week of April 19, 2023 Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/40833847/admin/ Check out our website: TalesOfTheTribunal.com For Feedback, comments or submissions contact TalesOfTheTribunal@Gmail.com News: Ronald wins off the pitch, Here Hong Kong Arbitration & Public Policy, Here 2023 HKIAC Stats Breakdown, Here ICS…
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In the latest episode of our OnAir with Akin podcast, we continue our Regulatory Minutes series, hosted by investment funds partners Barbara Niederkofler and Jason Daniel with special guest William Wetmore, an investment management partner in Akin’s San Francisco office. In this episode, we discuss various regulatory developments and cover topics s…
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Welcome to "Expected by Whom?" A new hockey podcast hosted by Prashanth Iyer & Sean Shapiro, and presented by the Winged Wheel Podcast! Expected by Whom? is a show that will set out to prove that humans & numbers can co-exist, covering the world of advanced analytics in hockey, the "eye-test", and the unique human stories from across the NHL. Tune …
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In the face of an unwanted scene change, the makers of Shortland Street want the government to help out financially by extending its cash back scheme for local productions. The future of Aotearoa's longest running drama is up in the air, with TVNZ and production company South Pacific Pictures are in ongoing discussion as the broadcaster looks to sl…
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In this episode, Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating are joined by Simon Sturgis. Simon Sturgis is widely recognised as an expert, an innovator and a lateral thinker in delivering a low carbon, resource efficient, built environment. He has led UK thinking and produced industry guidance for the RICS, RIBA, UKGBC, BCO and others which has already chang…
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The whole squad returns and takes a break from March Magics 2024 by talking about soup and the DISCOURSE. Next week we will be reviewing the finals of March Magics 2024 tourney between Magali Villeneuve and John Avon. Checkout our twitter or join the ILYM Discord to participate. Listen, watch, subscribe to Mike Lester's new podcast, Troll Hole Podc…
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This week's episode includes a return to form from the Blue Jays' starting rotation, Berrios & Kikuchi's remarkable starts to 2024, how each has enjoyed success thus far, a missed opportunity against the Yankees, Daulton Varsho's recent power surge, the offence's continued RISP struggles, Orelvis Martinez's 11-game hitting streak, the Buffalo Boys …
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Welcome back. Today we are going to dive into the depths of "white knuckle syndrome". I'm Lynne, your host, and yes, I confess, I suffer from it too often. White knuckle syndrome, as we know, is the tendency to cling onto things so tightly for so long that it feels like our very grasp defines us. We shy away from confrontation, letting these burden…
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