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Orrick’s Matthew Neuringer was joined by Dr. Morteza Farajian, Executive Director of the Build America Bureau, to discuss the Bureau’s priorities after the historic passing of the Infrastructure Act, including expanded project eligibility for airport assets, availability of technical advisors to help analyze projects and the value for money analysi…
 
In our latest episode, Public Policy Practice Group Leader Jeremy Kudon and Justin Cooper, Finance Sector Leader and a member of our Public Finance practice, spoke with California Senate Majority Leader Bob Hertzberg about his new book, California’s recall election, the state’s ongoing housing crisis and his thoughts on his son Daniel running for h…
 
Distinguished Orrick litigator Norm Hile talks about his book, Keeping Each Other Alive: A Vietnam War Memoir, published on the 50th anniversary of his service. In this podcast, Mitch talks with Norm about writing a book based on letters he wrote to his parents, lessons from a career of pro bono representation of veterans, and reflections on what a…
 
In its latest episode, Public Policy Podcast hosts Michelle McGann and Jon Mandel were joined by Mississippi Speaker of the House Philip Gunn to discuss the Mississippi Tax Freedom Act, the future of rural broadband expansion, the court-overturned medical marijuana ballot initiative and the adoption of a new state flag.…
 
In its latest episode, Public Policy Podcast hosts Michelle McGann and Jon Mandel were joined by Virginia Delegate Schuyler VanValkenburg to discuss the Commonwealth’s recent legislative accomplishments impacting education and infrastructure, the upcoming gubernatorial and legislative November elections and the Copa América and UEFA European Champi…
 
En présence du Professeur Alain Pietrancosta et d’Alexis Marraud des Grottes, avocat. Partie 2 – Le Say on Climate une pratique qui se mondialise sous la pression des investisseurs et des parties prenantes
 
En présence du Professeur Alain Pietrancosta et d’Alexis Marraud des Grottes, avocat. Partie 1 – Le devoir de vigilance européen et la gouvernance durable en discussion dans les instances européennes
 
Orrick Gaming Innovation Regulatory Practice attorneys Ed Bedrosian and Brad Fischer were joined by DraftKings Chief Compliance Officer Jennifer Aguiar to discuss the fast-growing sports betting industry, and how businesses like DraftKings are navigating the regulatory process as the number of states authorizing sports betting continues to rise.…
 
For our 20th episode, Public Policy Podcast host Rob McKenna talked with Washington, D.C., Attorney General Karl Racine. Join us as we discuss his experience as the first elected Attorney General in the District of Columbia and, as President of the National Association of Attorneys General, his groundbreaking initiative to combat hate and hate crim…
 
Un podcast sur la raison d’être des sociétés. Appréhender et gérer les problématiques liées à la raison d’être statutaire ou extrastatutaire. Comprendre les enjeux et les risques de responsabilité pour les membres des conseils d’administration et les directions.
 
Plus brillantes mais moins énergivores que les technologies existantes, les étoiles de Giorgio Anania sont constituées de substrat de silicium, d’intelligence, d’innovation et de beaucoup de courage… Bienvenue dans le monde des LED 3D imaginé par Giorgio Anania : Alédia presque 20 ans déjà. Cette réussite vous est racontée par Olivier Edwards et Ol…
 
For our nineteenth episode, Public Policy Podcast hosts Scott Ward and Jon Mandel were joined by Speaker of the Iowa House of Representatives, Pat Grassley. Join us as we discuss how the Iowa House GOP surpassed expectations leading up to the 2020 election and expanded its majority, the Speaker’s priorities for the 2021 legislative session, and hot…
 
Qu’est-ce que le private enforcement ? Olivier Jouffroy et Malik Idri discutent de cette procédure du droit de la concurrence qui permet aux victimes de pratiques anticoncurrentielles d’agir en réparation par le biais d’actions en indemnisation. Quelles sont les difficultés techniques liées à sa mise en œuvre et quelle est la maturité de l’écosystè…
 
Réponse en discussion en présence de Patrick Hubert, Frédéric Lalance et Laurent Olléon. Procédure de clémence, Convention judiciaire d’intérêt public ou encore le rescrit fiscal voire le partenariat fiscal ou relation de confiance. Le rôle des protagonistes les entreprises et l’Administration, quels sont les régimes de sanction? Quels sont les dia…
 
In its latest episode, Orrick Public Policy Orrick Public Policy hosts Michelle McGann and Jon Mandel were joined by Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee President Jessica Post and Republican State Leadership Committee President Austin Chambers for an election recap and the redistricting agenda for 2021.…
 
From the 1970s to the present day, a historical, philosophical and political return to the creation of shareholder value and taking into account the interests of stakeholders. The place of company law in capitalism and democracy. Different perspectives between Alain Pietrancosta and Alexis Marraud des Grottes…
 
For our seventeenth episode, Public Policy Podcast hosts Michelle McGann and Jon Mandel were joined by Arizona House Minority Leader Charlene Fernandez. Join us as we discuss the possibility of the Arizona House flipping blue, her experience working with the Republican majority on bipartisan efforts, including drought relief, and why investing in u…
 
In its latest episode, Orrick Public Policy Orrick Public Policy Michelle McGann and Jon Mandel were joined by Minnesota Senate Minority Leader Susan Kent to talk about the historical and current political dynamics of the North Star State, the legislature’s comprehensive approach to racial justice and police reform in the wake of George Floyd’s kil…
 
In its latest episode, Orrick Public Policy hosts Scott Ward and Michelle McGann were joined by Pennsylvania Speaker Bryan Cutler to talk about the Pennsylvania legislature’s election reform efforts, how the legislature is addressing the economic crisis through the budget, and how adapting to remote voting has led to the legislature’s busiest sessi…
 
In our third episode, Shannon Yavorsky sits down with Deven McGraw, Co-Founder and Chief Regulatory Officer, Ciitizen Corporation, and former Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy at the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
 
In its latest episode, Orrick Public Policy Senior Strategist Michelle McGann and Associate Jon Mandel are joined by Missouri Senator Caleb Rowden to talk about what topics the Missouri legislature will address in the upcoming special session, how schools at all levels in his district, including Mizzou, are adapting to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, …
 
Public Policy Podcast is turning to the nation’s capital for its first-ever July Fourth episode. Orrick Public Policy Senior Strategist Michelle McGann and Associate Jon Mandel are joined by District of Columbia Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie to talk about how local governments are handling the reopening process, what new approaches to the public sa…
 
Public Policy Podcast is back this week, and in our latest episode, Orrick Public Policy Senior Strategist Michelle McGann and Associate Jon Mandel are joined by Arizona Senate President Karen Fann to talk about how her experience as a small business owner and in local government is shaping how Arizona tackles COVID-19, how Arizona government and b…
 
Orrick stands with the Black Lives Matter Movement and strives to promote dialogue concerning racial equality and policies that work towards safe and inclusive societies. For Public Policy Podcast’s eighth episode, hosts Jeremy Kudon and Michelle McGann have the pleasure of discussing these important topics with Illinois Senator Elgie Sims.…
 
For its seventh episode, Public Policy Podcast hosts Jeremy Kudon and Michelle McGann are joined by Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson for a discussion on how states in his region are coordinating during the pandemic, how he uses his experience as a teacher to lead the Maryland Senate, and how the state is applying innovative approaches to eco…
 
Public Policy Podcast is back this week, and in our latest episode, Orrick Public Policy Partner Scott Ward and Senior Strategist Michelle McGann sit down with Kansas House Speaker Ron Ryckman about how his state legislature is addressing the response to COVID-19 in Kansas, including the constitutional, procedural, and budgetary challenges they hav…
 
In the face of a global pandemic, small- to medium-sized businesses turn to the federal, state, and local governments, investment banks, private equity firms, and venture capitalists for financial support and stability, but an additional support mechanism has emerged – impact funds, such as Open Road Alliance, to help bridge the gap – literally. Li…
 
Orrick’s Betsy Popken has been passionate about human rights since before she went to law school. She brought that passion to Orrick, working on pro bono matters as a summer and full-time associate. When the Arab Spring began, she took leave with her litigation practice group’s support to work on UN-mediated peace negotiations in Syria and Darfur. …
 
In this inspiring podcast, meet Guido Rahr, conservationist and CEO of one of Orrick’s longtime pro bono clients, the Wild Salmon Center. Guido talks with Mitch about his unique approach to protecting wild salmon ecosystems and why we should all “fall in love with a river.” Mitch also published a Business Insider opinion on how entrepreneurs can ap…
 
The author of three books about workplace behavior and leadership, Dr. Arin Reeves offers evidence-based recommendations on what we all can do to be more inclusive. She helps us understand confirmation bias. She also shares why building relationships across diverse groups often fails – and one surefire way to change that.…
 
What is the key to happiness? As we all strive for professional and personal happiness – for ourselves and our teams – we turned to Dan Gilbert for insight. He is one of the world’s leading experts on the science of happiness. And you may find his data helpful in your own decision-making.
 
If you think you don’t have time to work out, imagine how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fits it in. Bryant Johnson, trainer to RBG and other justices, tells us how she does it and explains why physical wellness is integral to performance in other parts of your life. Bryant also shares a valuable idea about how to think about your personal impact. You…
 
Professor Keitner has had a “varied and unconventional” career path, as she puts it. She’s been a litigator in private practice, a counselor to the Department of State, and today is an international law professor. Last summer, she was a visiting scholar with Orrick, working with our lawyers on novel questions at the intersection of cyber, privacy a…
 
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