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A collection of articles from Good Housekeeping magazine, The Good Housekeeping Marriage Book focuses on the subject of marriage. With instructions and advice from courtship to raising children, this collection aims to assist those with questions and concerns surrounding marriage and the ensuing relationship. Published in 1938. (Summary by Robin Cotter)
 
Short, daily video tips from Susan Westmoreland, Good Housekeeping magazine’s Food Editor. Every day, Susan chooses a quick and easy recipe that you can make for dinner that night. In the video, she offers you tips and tricks to make that recipe even easier. Shot in the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchens, these also give a behind-the-scenes look at where GH tests each and every recipe in the magazine.
 
Our new monthly podcast features the editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, Monica Bay, interviewing key experts of the legal technology community, about top issues confronting the legal profession. If it's tech, it's a potential topic — from e-discovery to network infrastructure; from creating courtroon graphics to launching "green law" programs. Each month, Ms. Bay will bring LTN's pages alive with brisk, incisive discussion of today's top trends and developments
 
Exploring the intersection between technology, humanity and leadership. This podcast features interviews with Jude Jennison and technology leaders on how technology impacts our lives and who we need to be leaders in the future to take advantage of technology and use it for our highest good. How do you use technology to enhance emotional connection and make a difference in the world? How do you ensure it does not create greater disconnection?
 
Professional wrestler, founder of Back to Basics Wrestling, Just Us League Pranks TV, and more. Lover of movies, comics, games, all types of pro wrestling, conspiracy talk to name a few things. Looking to expand the reach of my name and brand, now through podcasting. Each episode will be myself discussing things I love or whatever else is on my mind. From time to time, guests will stop by and join me to ramble on!
 
A podcast about making, creativity and why we do what we do as makers and creatives. Every Wednesday morning, we bring you discussions and guests from the world of making and creativity and we even discuss ways to help improve your making and creative business and build your brand. We are your one-stop shop for all things making and creativity. Join us and find out why we do what we do!
 
The Sleep Podcast that reads you a short story to try and help you sleep. The stories are read in slow English so they can also help listeners everywhere improve their English and improve their listening, while getting a good night's rest. No one wants insomnia so lie back and relax as this hopefully helps to make you feel sleepy. Say hello or become a sponsor of the podcast at www.boreyoutosleep.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boreyoutosleep/support
 
Jon Hicks and John Oxton-King, broadcasting from deep inside the Cotswolds, UK. Think of this as a web-geek version of Gardeners Question Time. We also have regular(ish) spots such as typeface of the 'week', UX techniques we like and any geek/technology thing we care to talk about. We are your expert panellists, agony aunts and general life-gurus, so visit the website to send us your questions, we are all ears, and the space inbetween them.
 
Two boys from the Foundling Hospital are given the same name, with disastrous consequences in adulthood. Two associates, wishing to right the wrong, are commissioned to find a missing heir. Their quest takes them from fungous wine cellars in the City of London to the sunshine of the Mediterranean — across the Alps in winter. Danger and treachery would prevail were it not for the courage of the heroine and the faithful company servant. The story contains crafted descriptions, well-drawn and d ...
 
Ten-minute tales from the road from travel pro Doug Wallace offer up travel tips and trends, insider intel on hot hotels and travel essentials, culinary adventure, spa treats, sanity splurges, bucket-list tweaking and city-guide must-do lists. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Research Prof. Maura Grossman has long studied the effectiveness of machine learning and its implications for the delivery of legal services. She learned early on that machines were better than lawyers at many tasks, especially in the ediscovery process. But she recognized right away that to adopt and implement new technologies, lawyers needed to s…
 
Research Prof. Maura Grossman has long studied the effectiveness of machine learning and its implications for the delivery of legal services. She learned early on that machines were better than lawyers at many tasks, especially in the ediscovery process. But she recognized right away that to adopt and implement new technologies, lawyers needed to s…
 
After reviewing the latest marketing-related news and trends coming out of the 2020 Clio Cloud Conference and Clio's 2020 Legal Trends Report, and especially Clio's new "Clio for Clients", Gyi and Conrad return to their recurring "Rebrand This Podcast" segment. Over the last couple of episodes, Gyi and Conrad used this podcast as a case study in re…
 
In this special 2020 election edition of @theBar, host Jonathan Amarilio and co-host Chastidy Burns are joined by John Cusick, Litigation Fellow at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF), for a discussion about the current state of voting rights, in the courts and at the polls, since the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Shelby Cou…
 
Many people did home improvements during the pandemic but did they follow building codes and get the proper permits? If not, they may have difficulty selling their home. If you’re one of those people, don’t worry... Linda Pieczynski (aka the Code Attorney) is here to walk us through it. Sources: People Magazine article Windy City Rehab’s Alison Vic…
 
After a brief absence, Zan Talk's Music returns with a huge review of an Album brought to us by the Michael Jordan of Christian Rap....Lecrae! Restoration came at a pivotal time in our country when a Lot of hurt and confusion sprayed across the land, and honestly still does!It goes through the ringer as we take it song by song and ultimately review…
 
Many law firms looking for a secure and mobile collaboration platform in the midst of the pandemic have turned to Microsoft Teams, but many lawyers still aren’t aware of the extent of its capabilities. Dennis and Tom welcome Karuana Gatimu to help legal professionals understand how Microsoft Teams can aid both them and their clients in legal matter…
 
In hopes of encouraging growth in their legal community in a variety of ways, Arizona has removed barriers preventing lawyers and non-lawyers from sharing fees. To learn more about what this change could mean for the profession as a whole, hosts Sharon and Jim talk with Arizona Vice Chief Justice Ann Timmer about the positive impacts they hope this…
 
Attorney Marcelo Mansur Haddad from the law firm Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga Advogados addresses the impact of Covid-10 on Brazil's insurance claims. Special thanks to our sponsor, AM Best Company, Best’s Insurance Professional Resources, including Qualified Member attorneys, adjusters and expert service providers.…
 
Self-actualization engineer and avid speaker Dr. Orin Davis discusses how to attract and hire with diversity in mind. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about an inclusive based approach to hiring, check out our resource page on…
 
Avin Rabheru is the CEO of Housekeep, the UK market-leading business for house and office cleaning. Avin explains how he took a structured approach to starting a business, the challenges of balancing human needs with technology and the need to define the culture retrospectively to put the heart into the business. He took a collaborative approach so…
 
Kassie Siegel from the Center for Biological Diversity’s Climate Law Institute explains Governor Newsom’s executive order to ban the sale of gas-powered cars in California by the year 2035. Source: Car and Driver article ‘How Much is an Electric Car’ Cal Matters article by Rachel Becker ‘Newsom orders ban of new gas-powered cars by 2035’ Governor G…
 
One of the most important ethical obligations a lawyer has is knowing when to tell their client “no.” But how do you know when that moment has come, and how do you deal with it? For legal ethics experts Lawrence J. Fox and Susan R. Martyn, teaching their fellow attorneys how to cope with the dilemmas they may run into at their practices has been a …
 
Welcome to Episode 70!The one and only Al from NY Woodworx joins us to tell his story, how he got into making, and even brings a special surprise for all of you!Enjoy!Videos of the Week:Designing & Making a Wooden Laser Cut Living Hinge Handbag: Click HereDIY Leather & Walnut Handbag Purse: Click HereAl's Thing of the Week: Vortex Tool Company: Cli…
 
Especially during the pandemic, no one wants to feel like someone’s selling to them. So California lawyer, author, and speaker Mitch Jackson tells Laurence Colletti that lawyers need to use social media to focus on building relationships. Jackson says lawyers should find ways to meet the current need for positive human interaction, whether that’s v…
 
One of the most exciting legal tech shows of the year was ported online and demonstrated how much we've learned about virtual events since the pandemic began. Joe got a chance to talk to Clio CEO Jack Newton about the show, the lineup of keynote speakers, and the annual Legal Trends Report. Joe also ran down Seyfarth's ransomware snafu and ACB's pe…
 
Governor Newson signed Senate Bill 1383 which features expanded coverage for Paid Family Leave. Who now qualifies and how is it funded? Jenna Gerry from Legal Aid at Work explains it all. Sources: Los Angeles Times article by Melodie Gutierrez ‘Millions of Californians would be eligible for job-protected leave under plan approved by lawmakers’ busi…
 
According to Clio’s Legal Trends Report, firms who had online payment systems in place before the pandemic have fared better than those dependent on other methods. From the Clio Cloud Conference 2020, host Laurence Colletti talks with Tom West about why online payment systems added to law firms’ success over the past 6 months and what we can expect…
 
For too many firms and corporate legal departments, diversifying ranks is viewed with altruism or as a project. Bryan Parker discusses the highlights from his Clio session, “Equity in Practice: Driving Structural Legal Innovation with Data and Diversity,” with Laurence Colletti. He tells Colletti that business professionals need to shift that think…
 
Welcome to Innovating Humanity, the official podcast for Birmingham Tech Week. I’m Jude Jennison, the host of this podcast and Founder of Leaders by Nature, a leadership and team development company. I work with senior leadership teams to help them align through behavioural change. In my previous career, I worked for IBM for 17 years, but I was nev…
 
Published in 1897, the book looks at the history and conflict that occurred for nearly 300 years around the ownership of territory known as the North East Boundary. The area was primarily contested between the British and the Americans and tonight’s readings will take you on the journey through those times. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people…
 
In increasingly remote-based workplaces, it is vital to help your team avoid burnout—but, how do you do it? Laurence Colletti talks with Paula Davis-Laack about her conference presentation, “Developing Resilience in Teams,” focused on helping law firm teams bounce back and deal with challenges. She explains how to work toward a resilient culture by…
 
Angelique Neal and Maureen Rouse-Ayoub from Varnum explain President Trump’s executive memo for Deferral on Payroll Taxes. What does it mean for employers and employees? Sources: National Review article by Angelique Neal and Maureen Rouse-Ayoub ‘IRS Issues Guidance on Deferral of Certain Employee Payroll Taxes’ IRS Notice 2020-65…
 
Getting a job at a large firm and becoming a partner is vastly different than it was even in the 1990s. Where there once was a school-to-firm process and pipeline, Harvard Law’s David Wilkins tells host Ralph Baxter that hiring is dominated by lateral moves and recruiting of proven talent. Where young associates were given a long lead time to show …
 
On October 2nd, 2020 President Trump announced that he and his wife, Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus. After disclosing his positive test, President Trump was taken to Walter Reed hospital, and questions and rumors circulated about his condition. In press conferences from Walter Reed, medical professionals cited HIPAA privacy laws …
 
Law school grads faced a whole slew of uncertainties as they navigated bar exams in 2020. Exams were handled differently from state to state, and the widely varied approaches had a significant effect on bar prep. Will this create permanent changes in this sphere? Jared Correia talks with Adam Balinski about the challenges brought by the pandemic an…
 
COVID-19 has created numerous complications for employers, leaving many unsure about how to best comply with their legal obligations to employees, especially when ADA considerations are at play. State Bar of Texas podcast host Rocky Dhir welcomes Kelli Fuqua to discuss employment law and the ADA in the context of the pandemic. Kelli offers practica…
 
So, you think you’ve had a good idea for your legal practice, but is it a viable idea? Host Laurence Colletti chats with Mike Whelan about his Clio Cloud presentation titled, “Lawyer Forward: Focusing Your Ideas to Define Your Firm's New Normal.” Mike discusses problem solving tactics that allow lawyers to purposefully develop ideas and create effe…
 
Clio’s groundbreaking legal data dive revealed trends during the tumultuousness of 2020. Chief Operating Officer George Psiharis gives OTR host Laurence Colletti an overview of this year’s findings and makes predictions about what changes will stick. Not surprisingly, Clio saw a steep drop in matter intake volumes in March, April, and May. And whil…
 
The pandemic threw many companies out of whack but Clio, a cloud-based legal tech pioneer, already knew it could handle remote work. Given that the company is based on remote technologies, it’s no surprise that it quickly adapted and pivoted to a fully remote working environment. Clio CEO Jack Newton tells On the Road host Laurence Colletti about h…
 
Audio and video files have become increasingly relevant in today’s legal matters, and lawyers need to know how to best handle this information. Digital Detectives Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome eDiscovery experts Doug Austin and Brett Burney to discuss how to collect, preserve, search, and review audio/video information and then effectively p…
 
Former Navy captain & author Michael Abrashoff shares his best practices on how to take an underperforming team to high achievers. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about empowering a team of high achievers, check out our resou…
 
Every day brings us closer to the removal of TikTok and WeChat. Or so we think? What does this mean and should we care? George Grammas from Squire Patton Boggs tells us all about it. Thank you to our sponsor ClioCloudConference.com. Sources: National Law Review article by George Grammas ‘US Accessibility to WeChat and TikTok in Danger of Being Elim…
 
Getting a job at a large firm and becoming a partner is vastly different than it was even in the 1990s. Where there once was a school-to-firm process and pipeline, Harvard Law’s David Wilkins tells host Ralph Baxter that hiring is dominated by lateral moves and recruiting of proven talent. Where young associates were given a long lead time to show …
 
In recent years, a growing number of law firms reduced their brick-and-mortar office space as a way to cut costs and also better meet the changing workplace needs of their attorneys. Sherry Cushman says the COVID-19 pandemic has further enhanced the desire of firms to shrink their real estate footprint. Special thanks to our sponsor Alert Communica…
 
Welcome to Episode 69!Come join us for a laid-back chill conversation about the prior week with some teasers for next week and one hell of a video of the week to boot! Wow, the word "week" appears a lot in the notes this week, doesn't it?Enjoy!Video of the Week:Building the Ultimate Breath of the Wild Playhouse: Click HereEthan's Thing of the Week:…
 
Joe and Kathryn have a lot to break down this week. Amy Coney Barrett's supporters tried to give her a nickname and managed to make an even bigger mess of it. As she begins her hearings, you'll not be able to get her new nickname out of your head. Meanwhile, Biglaw firms are split on whether or not to give bonuses to associates right now, but Kathr…
 
Get it? Cause it's totally titled like a Horror Movie? It fits the theme of having Spooky episodes on our spooky month. We picked out all of our Spooky topics from the Topics of Doom list and even get a personal look at what Truly scares the Zan. We also have an answer to our weekly question/prompt that sends us down a dark bunny.....or bear trail …
 
Professor Eugene Volokh from the UCLA, School of Law and the Volokh Conspiracy blog joins us to talk about Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 shutdown order and its violation against free speech. Thank you to our sponsor ClioCloudConference.com. Sources: Professor Eugene Volokh’s blog article ‘Federal Court Holds Pennsylvania’s Shutdown Order Unconstitutional…
 
On Balance hosts JoAnn and Tish welcome back David Ries for part 2 of their discussion regarding economical cybersecurity practices for legal professionals. In last month’s episode, David stressed the importance of a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity for your law firm. This time, David offers practical tips to help you move from the big pictu…
 
Tonight’s reading comes from “Henry James at Work”, a biographical piece written by Theodora Bosanquet. Regarded as one of the great novelists in the English language, the book explores the fascinating life and mind of Henry James. My name is Teddy and I aim to help people everywhere get a good night’s rest. Sleep is so important and my mission is …
 
With the upcoming confirmation hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, many are reminded of how unpleasant the nomination process was with Justice Brett Kavanaugh. But, has it always been this contentious? Ilya Shapiro of the CATO Institute and author of ‘Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America's Highest …
 
Ranging from mildly awkward to seriously cringeworthy, the lawyer’s experience of selling legal services to prospective clients is one many wish they could forgo. But, can they? Dennis and Tom hear a resounding yes from Bob Moesta, author of “Demand-Side Sales 101: Stop Selling and Help Your Customers Make Progress.” Bob coaches listeners on how to…
 
It's the first episode of Spooky month which is an absolutely wacky and crazy episode. We of course go through our usual stuff, talking about a little bit of "house keeping". We have 5 Mirars this week to add to our movie list. I speak on the first Horror Story of the Month: "Zan's Fantasy Football Horror Story"...which isn't a fiction story...In f…
 
Distinguished fellow at Harvard Law & author Dr. Heidi K. Gardner explains what smart collaboration is for small law firms. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about working with the right team, check out our resource page on law…
 
Faith Whittaker and Hayley Geiler from Dinsmore and Shohl join us to discuss Ohio’s liability shield for COVID-19 and how they’re planning to give air-cover to businesses and individuals for reopening. Thank you to our sponsor ClioCloudConference.com. Sources: National Law Review article by Hayley Geiler and Faith Whittaker ‘Ohio Passes Law Providi…
 
Steven Wright spent six years at the Department of Justice Voting Section witnessing all manner of election chicanery, voter suppression and dark money campaigns. So when he turned his efforts towards fiction, he decided to write what he knew. The result was The Coyotes of Carthage, a literary novel following Toussaint Andre Ross, a Black political…
 
Welcome to Episode 68!It's just Ethan and Vincent this week, so the talk turns to the loss of Sharon from Figments Made and the importance of doing things you're bad at just to get the reps in.Enjoy!Video of the Week:Tabletop Made of 28 Skateboards: Click HereEthan's Thing of the Week: Herdesk: Click HereVincent's Thing of the Week: Jessama Tutoria…
 
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