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The Reminger Report Podcast: Emerging Technologies examines how innovations in technology and business models affect our daily lives, and how the law is adapting to respond to these changes. View video versions of our podcast here https://www.youtube.com/@remingerFor more information about Reminger Co., LPA, visit https://www.reminger.com/
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Zachary Pyers is joined by Zachary Durant, a professional liability attorney at Reminger Co., LPA, for an update on the fall of one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges - FTX. FTX collapsed in early November 2022 and shook the crypto market, which lost billions and fell below a $1 trillion valuation. In December 2022, the U.S. government…
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Decentralized Autonomous Organizations are self-operating, transparent entities that leverage blockchain technology and smart contracts to make decisions and execute actions without the need for intermediaries or centralized control. In this episode, Zachary Pyers and Sabhi Syed will review this emerging technology and its place in the legal world.…
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The use of gig economy platforms (such as Uber, Doordash, and Fiverr) has grown at an explosive rate. Torts and employment disputes arising during gig economy transactions are becoming a regular occurrence. In this episode Zachary Pyers and Taylor Wade will discuss the following questions: Why are so many workers becoming gig economy workers? How i…
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Gig economy workers are generally classified as independent contractors. However, this classification has been continuously challenged by the gig economy workers, and at times, by the App based companies through whom they find work. This has resulted in some state legislatures passing bills that require app-based companies to offer benefits, that a…
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Workers are traditionally classified as either employees or independent contractors. Gig economy workers are generally classified as independent contractors by the companies. However, we have recently seen both the Courts and state legislatures struggle with this dichotomy as it is applied to gig economy workers, who primarily work as rideshare or …
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Workers have historically fallen into two categories: employees and independent contractors. In November 2020, California voters passed Proposition 22: a ballot initiative to create a third type of worker classification. In February 2021, three California drivers and the Service Employees International Union filed a complaint against the State of C…
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The collapse of cryptocurrency bank Celsius Network was one of the main drivers of the spring 2022 crypto crash, which erased nearly $1 trillion from the market and depleted the funds of thousands of investors. Hosts Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele discuss the rise and fall of this crypto bank and where things stand now. Be sure to check out the vi…
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Zachary Pyers is joined by Zachary Durant, a professional liability attorney at Reminger Co., LPA, to review the rise and fall of one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges - FTX. They'll discuss the ripple effects of this billion-dollar scandal, including the impact on future crypto regulations. Be sure to check out the video version of t…
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Zachary Pyers is joined by Adam Ellis, Founder & CEO of Harmoni Solutions, Inc. Based in Youngstown, Ohio, Adam aims to improve the way that humans interact with machines with Harmoni- a device that revolutionizes the way CNC machine shops track time and performance. Highlights of their discussion include: Adam's entrepreneurial journey and early e…
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Join Reminger Co., LPA and the Columbus Bar Association for a collaborative podcast series on emoji law. Emojis (from the Japanese e, “picture,” and moji, “character”) are an increasingly important way that we express ourselves. It is estimated that 2.3 trillion mobile messages have an emoji or two. Though they can be cute and fun, emojis can also …
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Join Reminger Co., LPA and the Columbus Bar Association for a collaborative podcast series on emoji law. Emojis (from the Japanese e, “picture,” and moji, “character”) are an increasingly important way that we express ourselves. It is estimated that 2.3 trillion mobile messages have an emoji or two. Though they can be cute and fun, emojis can also …
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Join Reminger Co., LPA and the Columbus Bar Association for a collaborative podcast series on emoji law. Emojis (from the Japanese e, “picture,” and moji, “character”) are an increasingly important way that we express ourselves. It is estimated that 2.3 trillion mobile messages have an emoji or two. Though they can be cute and fun, emojis can also …
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As the legal industry continues to evolve, blockchain may change how attorneys conduct a multitude of services including: smart contracts, land registry, intellectual property rights, chain of custody, litigation, settlements, and financial transactions. Bella Jagielski joins Zachary Pyers on the podcast today. Bella is a law student at Capital Uni…
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When it comes to travel insurance, one size does not fit all. Factors such as COVID-19, natural disasters, and the war on terrorism have greatly shifted the travel landscape across the globe. Sasha Gainullin joins Zachary Pyers on the podcast today. Sasha is the CEO of battleface, a tech travel insurance company that is redefining what it means to …
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Zachary Pyers is once again joined by Devin Miller, Founder and CEO of Miller IP Law. Based in Utah, Devin provides resources for start-ups and small businesses to learn about patents, trademarks, and copyrights and how they can build value into their business and protect their assets. In this episode, Zachary and Devin review common problems faced…
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Zachary Pyers is joined by Devin Miller, Founder and CEO of Miller IP Law. Based in Utah, Devin provides resources for start-ups and small businesses to learn about patents, trademarks, and copyrights and how they can build value into their business and protect their assets. Highlights of their discussion include: Devin's educational path from dual…
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Kenton Steele is joined by Brandon Abshier, Chair of Reminger's IP/E-Commerce and Cyber Risk practice group to kick off our series on cybersecurity. By the end of 2022, there will be approximately 200 billion connected devices. In recent years we have seen significant increases in computer hacks, business email compromise, ransomware attacks, data …
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Kenton Steele is joined by Brandon Abshier, Chair of Reminger's IP/E-Commerce and Cyber Risk practice group to kick off our series on cybersecurity. By the end of 2022, there will be approximately 200 billion connected devices. In recent years we have seen significant increases in computer hacks, business email compromise, ransomware attacks, data …
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Zachary is again joined by Leila Banijamali, CEO and Co-Founder of Symbium, a California-based company that uses Complaw® to help make sense of complex zoning codes and regulations. Symbium’s applications make the zoning and planning regulations that shape our cities and towns easy to navigate, empowering anyone to quickly assess what's possible on…
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Zachary is joined by Leila Banijamali, CEO and Co-Founder of Symbium, a California-based company that uses Complaw® to help make sense of complex zoning codes and regulations. A company that grew out of a collaboration at Stanford University’s CodeX and the Computer Science Department, Symbium is developing an exciting new online housing platform t…
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Zachary is again joined by Olivia Weinstock, CEO and Co-Founder of Tandem, Inc., the only free marketplace for care services that is revolutionizing the way that providers get paid. Olivia launched Tandem in 2019, as a free platform that connects families with caregivers based on the core values of communication, respect, and performance. As with m…
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Zachary is joined by Olivia Weinstock, CEO and Co-Founder of Tandem, Inc., the only free marketplace for care services that is revolutionizing the way that providers get paid. Olivia began her entrepreneurship journey as a teen, running a kid's summer camp in her backyard. Since then, she has continued to build her strong network of parents that tr…
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Zachary is joined by Michael Urban, an engineer who focuses on the forensic evaluation of vehicular collisions; product and material failures; automotive design, development, and testing with Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. Zachary and Michael review autonomous driving technology's impact on accident reconstruction and common misconceptions about dri…
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Zachary is joined by Michael Urban, an engineer who focuses on the forensic evaluation of vehicular collisions; product and material failures; automotive design, development, and testing with Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. Zachary and Michael examine the current state of the autonomous vehicle industry and predict timeframes for getting Level 3 vehi…
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Proposition 22—the controversial ballot initiative that allowed rideshare companies to keep classifying drivers as independent contractors rather than employees—was passed in November of 2020. Last month, a California Superior Court judge ruled that Prop 22 was unconstitutional. In part 4 of our gig economy series, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele w…
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The rise of the gig economy (bolstered by the COVID-19 pandemic) has led many to consider expanding America's current employee / independent contractor employment classification system. This "third way" — neither classifying workers as employees nor independent workers — would allow gig workers to receive some benefits, but not become full employee…
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The use of gig economy platforms (such as Uber, Doordash, and Fiverr) has grown at an explosive rate. Torts and employment disputes arising during gig economy transactions are becoming a regular occurrence. In part 2 of our gig economy series, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele will discuss the following questions: What is the gig economy and what typ…
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Non-traditional and freelance work is rising exponentially. Between 25-35% of American workers participate in the gig economy. What factors are leading to this free-market system's explosive growth? In part 1 of our gig economy series, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele will define the gig economy and analyze its rapid growth. Visit our website for in…
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Apps, artificial intelligence, and smart devices have transformed the insurance industry. These technologies have accelerated the application, underwriting, and claims processes while providing insurers with more consumer data than ever before. Today, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele will analyze how insurers are utilizing technology in the applicat…
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Today, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele continue our series on technology's impact on the insurance industry with an analysis from three perspectives: carriers, agents, and consumers. Technological advances have streamlined the underwriting and claims processes, making the experience smoother for clients. However, the use of apps and social media ha…
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Zachary is joined by John Kinkopf, President at Haudenschild Agency, a combination financial and insurance advisory company based in Northeast Ohio. Zachary and John examine how the insurance industry is evolving to meet the demands of emerging technologies such as ridesharing, Airbnb/Vrbo, and cybercrime. Part 2 highlights include: Types of Airbnb…
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Zachary is joined by John Kinkopf, President at Haudenschild Agency, a combination financial and insurance advisory company based in Northeast Ohio. Zachary and John examine how the insurance industry is evolving to meet the demands of emerging technologies such as ridesharing, Airbnb/Vrbo, and cybercrime. Part 1 highlights include: John's role as …
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Zachary is once again joined by Melanie Irvin, Counsel at Branch Insurance, a new and quickly-growing insurance company based in Columbus, Ohio. In part two of their conversation, Melanie and Zachary discuss how Branch stands out among the wave of insurtech companies. Aside from providing a frictionless and efficient buying process, Branch is also …
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Zachary is joined by Melanie Irvin, Counsel at Branch Insurance, a new and quickly-growing insurance company based in Columbus, Ohio. In part one of their discussion, Melanie shares the career path that led her to heading up the legal department at Branch. She highlights how Branch is improving the insurance industry, making it accessible to more p…
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Kenton Steele is joined by Sara M. Peters, an attorney at the forefront of ridesharing disputes. Sara litigates complex ridesharing cases, including vehicular accidents and sexual/physical assaults involving companies like Uber and Lyft. Kenton and Sara discuss the question "How does the law accommodate new transportation technology?" With various …
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Zachary is once again joined by Kelly Kay, EVP, CFO, and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at the Toyota Research Institute (TRI). Kelly is an experienced leader in both large and small companies with deep knowledge of scaling and operating businesses in highly technical fields like automated driving, robotics, machine learning, and financial s…
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Zachary is joined by Kelly Kay, EVP, CFO, and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at the Toyota Research Institute (TRI). Kelly is an experienced leader in both large and small companies with deep knowledge of scaling and operating businesses in highly technical fields like automated driving, robotics, machine learning, and financial services. In…
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Today, Zachary is once again joined by Stuart Sherry, an electrical engineer and senior staff consultant with Engineering Systems, Inc. Zach and Stuart discuss crash investigations on autonomous vehicles as well as the growing need for regulations and recommendations regarding autonomous vehicle data. Visit our website for information about our leg…
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Today, Zachary is joined by Stuart Sherry, an electrical engineer and senior staff consultant with Engineering Systems, Inc. Zach and Stuart discuss the various types of technologies utilized in autonomous vehicles, including: radar, lidar, and ultrasound. Stuart reviews "sensor fusion", the ability to bring together inputs from multiple technologi…
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Today, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele continue our series on autonomous vehicles. They review the levels of AV technology available now and in the future. Then, they provide an overview of the potential liability issues with driverless cars. Who is responsible for an accident in an autonomous vehicle? Find out some potential scenarios in this epis…
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Today, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele kick off our series on autonomous vehicles. Setting the stage for our upcoming discussions, they give a brief history of autonomous technology and the potential societal benefits and risks to fully adopting driverless cars. Visit our website for information about our legal services related to emerging technolo…
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In part two of our Mobility-as-a-Service series, Zachary is joined once again by Ryan McManus, founder and CEO of SHARE Mobility. Based in Columbus, Ohio, SHARE Mobility is an all-in-one mobility solution that offers all of the tools that organizations need to manage multimodal transportation programs. Zach and Ryan discuss the future of the mobili…
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In part one of our Mobility-as-a-Service series, Zachary is joined by Ryan McManus, founder and CEO of SHARE Mobility. Based in Columbus, Ohio, SHARE Mobility is an all-in-one mobility solution that offers all of the tools that organizations need to manage multimodal transportation programs. Zach and Ryan discuss the mission, creation, and developm…
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In the conclusion of our Ridesharing Regulation series, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele review developing requirements to ensure rideshare passenger safety including enhanced driver background checks and appropriate vehicle signage. They wrap up the series with a discussion on potential problems arising from competing regulations between states and…
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In part three of our Ridesharing Regulations series, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele discuss the regulatory issues most frequently faced by ridesharing companies and TNCs, including insurance and user data privacy standards. They also cover record keeping requirements which can vary state by state. Visit our website for information about our legal …
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In part two of our Ridesharing Regulation series, Kenton Steele continues his conversation with Karen Moury of Eckert Seamans law firm. Kenton and Karen discuss how ridesharing TNCs (Transportation Network Companies) disrupted the industry and broke the traditional mold of transportation regulations. Visit our website for information about our lega…
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In part one of our Ridesharing Regulation series, Kenton Steele is joined by Karen Moury of Eckert Seamans law firm. Karen discusses her firsthand experience representing Uber and working with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to create the state's first set of ridesharing regulations in 2014. Visit our website for information about our le…
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In the final part of our Intro to Ridesharing series, Zachary Pyers and Kenton Steele review the potential legal claims that face the ridesharing industry, arising from driver classification issues, regulatory compliance, and more. Visit our website for information about our legal services related to emerging technologies.…
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