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The Boxing Esq. Podcast is hosted by Kurt Emhoff, a sports and entertainment attorney and boxing manager based in NYC. Kurt has represented clients in boxing for over 20 years. Kurt's current and former clients include world champions and contenders Cory Spinks, Paulie Malignaggi, Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin, Luis Collazo, Sam Soliman, Kermit Cintron, Derrick Gainer, Travis Simms, Terronn Millett, Peter Manfredo and Dmitriy Salita.
 
Corporate Finance in Focus | Laura Anthony, Esq.
 
Commentary on Episode 4 of #RestInPower the #TrayvonMartinStory. "Poor and oppressed people are not shocked by racism, phobias, or any other "isms", they suffer the brunt of these societal ills. Therefore, it is when the large middle-class is woken up to the realities of these evils that real progressive and enlightened change happens." - Natalie Jackson, esq.
 
Beau Nash (1674–1762), born Richard Nash, was a celebrated dandy and leader of fashion in 18th-century Britain. He is best remembered as the Master of Ceremonies at the spa town of Bath. (Wikipedia)This, the best of Goldsmith's Biographies, was published the year after Nash's death. It was at once popular, and went through two editions in the same year in which it was published. To the second edition (it never reached a third), Goldsmith made many important additions. Yet strange to say none ...
 
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My guest on this podcast is Tom Loeffler of GGG Promotions and 360 Promotions. We spoke about the recent Middleweight title fight and "Big Drama Show" at Madison Square Garden between Gennady Golovkin and Sergiy Derevyanchenko and Tom's upcoming 360 Promotions show in Hollywood with Serhei Bohachuk. We also talked about Tom's background in spor ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is the former Executive Director of the New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC), David Berlin. We spoke about David's background and interest in the sport, including a brief amateur boxing career. We also talked about his relationship with Teddy Atlas, his representation of Salita Promotions and his new management co ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Tim Smith, VP of Communications at Haymon Sports and the PBC. We spoke about the upcoming Welterweight unification fight between Errol Spence and Shawn Porter and the rest of the top Welterweights on the PBC roster - Manny Pacquiao, Keith Thurman, Danny Garcia, and Mikey Garcia. We also talked about the Heavyweights, ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is world-class trainer and manager Kevin Cunningham. We discussed Kevin's move from St. Louis and the establishment of his world-class training camp in West Palm Beach. We further discussed Kevin's work with Junior Middleweight contender Erickson Lubin, WBA Super Featherweight Champion Gervonta Davis and former four-div ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is David Duenez, owner of the Leave It In The Ring podcast network. We talk about the weekend of fights including Kovalev-Yarde and Figueroa-Cintron. We also talk about the Ruiz-Joshua 2 negotiations and Dana White's entry into boxing promotion. Additionally, we spoke about David's background and interest in boxing and ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Brin-Jonathan Butler, critically acclaimed author, as well as one of the preeminent boxing journalists. We review the good (Pacquiao-Thurman, Ramirez-Hooker), the bad (the administrative mess of Whyte-Rivas) and the ugly/tragic (RIP Maxim Dadashev and Hugo Santillan). A really interesting conversation, hope you enjoy it.…
 
My guest on this podcast is boxing historian Herbert Goldman. We discussed Herbert's time as a managing editor at The Ring and his role in putting together the last three Ring Record Books. We also discussed Herbert's four-volume magnum opus boxing record book for the sport "Boxing - A Worldwide Record of Bouts and Boxers", with a particular fo ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Doug Fischer, Editor-in-Chief of The Ring Magazine. We spoke about Doug's upbringing in the midwest and his journey as a boxing writer. We discussed the origins of internet boxing coverage and Doug's time as one of the principals of both House of Boxing and MaxBoxing, as well as his move to the The Ring. We also did ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Todd duBoef, the President of one of the leading promoters in boxing Top Rank, Inc. We spoke about his company's television deal with ESPN and how it came about. We also talked about his vision for the future and what shoulder-programming will go on the network. We also spoke about his star heavyweight Tyson Fury and ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Cliff Rold, a top boxing writer and managing editor for BoxingScene.com. Cliff is also a founding member of the media-run independent ratings organization the Transnational Boxing Ratings Board (TBRB). We spoke about his journey in the sport from watching fights with his grandparents to writing for RIngTalk, CyberBox ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is John Nash, a top MMA writer for Bloody Elbow. John writes primarily about MMA and Boxing and also does an excellent podcast called Show Money which covers the business side of MMA. We spoke about the rumors about Endeavor purchasing Waddell & Reed's interest in Haymon Sports and the PBC. We also discussed Endeavor's ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Connecticut Boxing Hall of Famer, six-time sports Emmy award-winner and new President of MTK Global Management, Bob Yalen. We spoke about the future of MTK's top fighters Tyson Fury, Carl Frampton and Billy Joe Saunders. We also spoke about MTK's broadcast deals with ESPN and IFL TV. We then got into Bob's rich exper ...…
 
S-3 Eligibility- Part 2 – Today is the continuation of a LawCast series talking about S-3 eligibility. Instruction 1.B.1 sets for the requirements for primary offerings. Form S-3 can be used for primary offerings of a company whose market value of voting and non-voting common equity held by non-affiliates is $75 million or more, including for t ...…
 
S-3 Eligibility- Today is the first of a LawCast series talking about S-3 eligibility. The ability to use an S-3 registration statement is significant for exchange traded companies. An S-3 allows forward incorporation by reference and can be used for a shelf registration allowing current market pricing of shelf take-downs, among other benefits. ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Hall of Fame boxing writer and television commentator, Steve Farhood. We spoke about Steve's experience growing up in NYC in the 1970's and his first job out of college with London Publishing where he founded the legendary KO Magazine. We also spoke about his time as Editor-in-Chief of The Ring Magazine and his nearl ...…
 
The Under $300 Million Market Cap Class- Russell 500- The under $300 million class tends to have smaller boards (five or less) than larger companies (nine or more). Men dominate the boards in this class even more so than in larger companies. The majority (61%) of the under $300 million market cap companies studied have no female directors servi ...…
 
The Under $300 Million Market Cap Class- Nasdaq and NYSE American- Since most companies with less than a $300 million market cap are not included in any major indices nor receive widespread analyst coverage, there is less aggregated information on their board composition and governance practices. The IRRC Report examined 160 companies represent ...…
 
The Under $300 Million Market Cap Class- Russell 500- The under $300 million class tends to have smaller boards (five or less) than larger companies (nine or more). Men dominate the boards in this class even more so than in larger companies. The majority (61%) of the under $300 million market cap companies studied have no female directors servi ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is New York-based boxing manager Ketih Connolly. We talked about how Keith got into the management business and his tremendous roster of fighters including: Daniel Jacobs, Luis Collazo, Marcus Browne, Sergey Derevyanchenko, Adam Kownacki, Chris Algieri, Nikita Abibiy, Reshet Mait and Nkosi Solomon. It was an interesting ...…
 
Attorney Laura Anthony Talks Digital Currencies with Jeff Ramson of PCG Advisory Group- Jeff: I am Jeff Ransom CEO of PCG Advisory. We are a full service investor relations firm specializing in emerging growth companies and blockchain projects. Today I have the pleasure of sitting with Laura Anthony the founder of Anthony PLLC, a top notch secu ...…
 
SEC Solicits Comment On Quarterly Reports – Part 3- Today is the continuation of a LawCast series talking about the SEC’s recent public inquiry on earnings releases and quarterly reports. Many companies that file quarterly Form 10-Q’s also voluntarily issue quarterly financial results through earnings press releases, earnings calls and/or forwa ...…
 
SEC Solicits Comment On Quarterly Reports – Part 2- Today is the continuation of a LawCast series talking about the SEC’s recent public inquiry on earnings releases and quarterly reports. In addition to annual reports on Form 10-K and current reports on Form 8-K, companies subject to the periodic reporting requirements under the Securities Exch ...…
 
SEC Solicits Comment On Quarterly Reports – Part 1- Today is the first of a LawCast series talking about the SEC’s recent public inquiry on earnings releases and quarterly reports. On December 18, 2018, the SEC published a request for comment soliciting input on the nature, content, and timing of earnings releases and quarterly reports made by ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is top trainer and 2019 IBHOF inductee James "Buddy" McGirt. We discussed Buddy's recent work in the corner of WBO Light Heavyweight Champion Sergey Kovalev, as well as young prospect and 2016 Olympian Janibek Alimkhanuly. We also discussed Buddy's HOF career and legendary fights with Frankie Warren, Saoul Mamby, Howard ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is legendary Philly promoter Russell Peltz. It's Russell's 50th year as a promoter and we talked about his journey from being a sports reporter to promoting his first bout in 1969 at the age of 22. We discussed his amazing career as a promoter and focused on the decade of the 1970's when he promoted such greats as Benni ...…
 
NASDAQ Amends 5635 Part 2- . Today is the second of a LawCast series talking about the recent amendments to part of Nasdaq’s 20% rule. Effective September 26, 2018, Nasdaq amended Rule 5635(d) to provide greater flexibility and certainty for companies to determine when a shareholder vote is necessary to approve a transaction that would result i ...…
 
NASDAQ Amends 5635- Today is the first of a LawCast series talking about the recent amendments to part of Nasdaq’s 20% rule. Effective September 26, 2018, Nasdaq amended Rule 5635(d) to provide greater flexibility and certainty for companies to determine when a shareholder vote is necessary to approve a transaction that would result in the issu ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is boxing manager David McWater. We talked about his journey from Oklahoma to NYC and his stints as a basketball agent, bar owner and Manhattan Community Board member. We then got into his move into boxing and his statistical method of evaluating fighters. We talked about his roster of boxers including IBF JW Champ Ivan ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Matchroom USA matchmaker Eric Bottjer. We talked about his journey in the sport and all of the promoters he's worked for including Dan Goossen, Cedric Kushner, Don King, Art Pellulo, Lou DiBella and Eddie Hearn. We also talked about the art of matchmaking and his theory on how to develop fighters. We also got into wh ...…
 
The SEC’s Strategic Hub For Innovation And FinTech – Part 2- Today is the second in a Lawcast series talking about the SEC’s new Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub). In mid-October the SEC launched a Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub). The FinHub will serve as a resource for public engageme ...…
 
The SEC’s Strategic Hub For Innovation And Financial Technology- Today is the first of a Lawcast series talking about the SEC’s new Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub). in mid-October the SEC launched a Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub). The FinHub will serve as a resource for public engag ...…
 
OTC Markets Regulatory Recommendations To Improve Disclosure- Today is the continuation of a LawCast series talking about OTC Markets regulatory recommendations to improve disclosure and combat micro-cap fraud. On March 8, 2018, Cromwell Coulson, CEO of OTC Markets Group, made a presentation to the SEC’s Investor Advisory Committee (“IAC”) as p ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is top boxing judge - Steve Weisfeld. We talked about how he became a judge, some of the significant fights he's worked, the criteria he uses to score a fight and some tips for the viewers scoring at home. We also spoke about the criticisms levied at judges and some possible reforms for more transparency of the judges c ...…
 
Bonus Podcast from my interview with Scott Shaffer, litigation attorney and longtime senior boxing writer at Boxingtalk.com. Scott and I went long in our conversation last week so I had to edit out our discussion about the broadcast networks. Here is the 10 minutes or so of that discussion. Enjoy the bonus 10 minutes and Happy Holidays!…
 
My guest on this podcast is Scott Shaffer, litigation attorney and Partner at Olshan, Frome and Wolosky, as well as a longtime senior boxing writer at Boxingtalk.com. Scott has represented some of the top promoters in the sport including Sauerland Promotions, DiBella Entertainment and Gary Shaw, as well as world champions such as Ricky Hatton. ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Philadelphia Boxing Trainer and Writer - Stephen "Breadman" Edwards. I talked to him about his origins in the sport; the Philadelphia boxing scene; and what's next for his star fighter Julian "J-Rock" Williams. We also discussed his outspoken views on the prevalence of PEDs in the sport. It was a great conversation - ...…
 
OTC Markets Regulatory Recommendations- Today is the first in a LawCast series talking about OTC Markets regulatory recommendations to improve disclosure and combat micro-cap fraud. On March 8, 2018, Cromwell Coulson, CEO of OTC Markets Group, made a presentation to the SEC’s Investor Advisory Committee (“IAC”) as part of a panel on “Discussion ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is the President of Showtime Sports and Event Programming - Stephen Espinoza. I talked to him about the great 2018 Showtime had; what's coming up in 2019; life after Les Moonves; the Wilder-Fury and Pacquiao-Broner PPVs and what criteria he uses to determine what goes on PPV. We also discussed his role as a possible con ...…
 
The Definition of a Penny Stock- Today is the continuation of a LawCast series talking about changes in capital markets related to low priced securities. In the last LawCast in this series I went over the definition of a penny stock. In reading the definition of a penny stock, it mainly includes those stocks that do not trade on a national exch ...…
 
Big Changes in Capital Markets Related to Low Priced Securities- Today is the continuation of a LawCast series talking about changes in capital markets related to low priced securities. In the last LawCast in this series I went over the definition of a penny stock. In reading the definition of a penny stock, it mainly includes those stocks that ...…
 
Shifting Capital Markets; Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch Exits the Penny Stock Business- Today is the continuation of a LawCast series talking about changes in capital markets related to low priced securities. In June 2017, the SEC filed a complaint in the United States District of New York against Alpine Securities Corporation, claiming a vio ...…
 
Regulation S-X and Smaller Reporting Companies; ALG- Today is the continuation in a LawCast series talking about the new amendment to the SEC definition of a smaller reporting company. On June 28, 2018, the SEC adopted the much-anticipated amendments to the definition of a “smaller reporting company” as contained in Securities Act Rule 405, Exc ...…
 
SEC Chief Accountant, Wesley Bricker’s Remarks at The AICPA National Conference- Today is a special Lawcast reporting on the SEC Chief Accountant, Wesley Bricker’s remarks to the AICPA National Conference, which was held on September 17, 2018. Although as part of every speech, and in a separate stand-alone public release recently, the SEC remin ...…
 
My guests on this podcast are two of the best promoters in the sport of boxing - Lou DiBella of DiBella Entertainment and Kathy Duva of Main Events. I talked to each of them about upcoming shows featuring their fighters, as well as the state of play in regards to the many recent broadcasting deals in the sport. We also discussed the impact of H ...…
 
My guest on this podcast is Tim Smith, VP of Communications at Haymon Sports and the PBC. We spoke about the PBC's recent multi-year television deals with Showtime and Fox. We also got into what's next for Deontay Wilder, Errol Spence, Keith Thurman, the Charlo Twins, Mikey Garcia, Leo Santa Cruz and others. It was fun discussion - enjoy!…
 
The very first episode of Natalie Jackson, Esq.!
 
Smaller Reporting Company Scaled Disclosures- On June 28, 2018, the SEC adopted the much-anticipated amendments to the definition of a “smaller reporting company” as contained in Securities Act Rule 405, Exchange Act Rule 12b-2 and Item 10(f) of Regulation S-K. The SEC disclosure requirements are scaled based on company size. The SEC establishe ...…
 
Disclosure Requirements Under Regulation S-K for Smaller Reporting Company- On June 28, 2018, the SEC adopted the much-anticipated amendments to the definition of a “smaller reporting company” as contained in Securities Act Rule 405, Exchange Act Rule 12b-2 and Item 10(f) of Regulation S-K. The topic of disclosure requirements under Regulation ...…
 
Today is the first in a LawCast series talking about the new amendment to the SEC definition of a smaller reporting company. On June 28, 2018, the SEC adopted the much-anticipated amendments to the definition of a “smaller reporting company” as contained in Securities Act Rule 405, Exchange Act Rule 12b-2 and Item 10(f) of Regulation S-K. The t ...…
 
How is a particular Token or Digital Coin Structured as a Utility?- On June 14, 2018, William Hinman, the Director of the SEC Division of Corporation Finance, gave a speech at Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit in which he made several revelations for the crypto marketplace. Hinman for the first time, gives some guidance to issuers and their co ...…
 
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