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At Sports 'N Torts we talk with our friends, peers and colleagues about sports, law and business. We preview the biggest sporting events and then break down the results. We talk with the leaders in the legal industry to find out what makes them and their law firms successful and learn the technical tricks of their trade. Finally, we are always interested in general business principles and the engines that make a good company tick. Grab and seat and let's chat.
 
Accidents are an unavoidable fact of life. Or are they? This podcast discusses current events through a personal injury lawyer’s perspective. In each episode, your host, Jonathan R. Ratchik Esq, will focus on one such event and attempt to answer one oftentimes not-so-simple question: “Who’s to blame?”
 
DJ/Producer David Tort is one of the most influential Spanish artist in the global electronic music scene. His success is the product of both, his distinctive studio work and his in-demand DJ sets all around the world. Both sides have made him a household name in modern club culture. Djing for over 30 years, David has been also brewing his studio sound for over fifteen years cultivating a unique and diverse musical personality understood both by clubbers and industry alike. His discography i ...
 
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/channel/UCGB0Epyu5FT7xZJ6uCapQAgFor more information about Reminger Co., LPA, visit https://www.reminger.com/
 
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A Personal Injury Podcast by Kaufman Law

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Torts to Courts is a podcast stationed inside the Kaufman Law Firm in Atlanta, GA featuring educational & engaging conversations surrounding personal injury law. The series provides knowledge, insight and answers to the community's most commonly-asked questions regarding accidents, the attorney process and all things trending in the world of "adulting".
 
The Slice & Torte Uncut Podcast is the raw and unfiltered side of Slice & Torte. We discuss anything and everything to do with food…nothing is off limits. There’s sure to be debates, lots of laughs, and conversation that will leave you hungry for more. And every episode we feature instacrushes — beautiful Instagram profiles that do incredible work and inspire us. Tune in bi-weekly to hear what we love, hate, and ate!
 
Law school is tricky, believe me, you need all the help you can get! Brought to you by the JustLaw podcast team and our talented host/beatsmaker Brent Liang, the Just Torts podcast series will help you understand each topic in more depth. Our star-studded weekly panel, will guide you along the way, ensuring that concepts are broken down and easy to understand. We sit down with high-achieving students and University of Sydney teaching staff, for 30-minute roundtable conversations. No obiter. ...
 
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Professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer

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Law to Fact is the renown podcast for law students where substantive legal issues are discussed with distinguished law professors from across the nation. Today, it is the go to place for all things law including course material, application tips, study strategies, and career advice—all packed into one podcast. Law to Fact is hosted by Professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.
 
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The Law School of America

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The Law School of America podcast is designed for listeners who what to expand and enhance their understanding of the American legal system. It provides you with legal principles in small digestible bites to make learning easy. If you're willing to put in the time, The Law School of America podcasts can take you from novice to knowledgeable in a reasonable amount of time. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/law-school/support
 
This is Workers Comp Matters, hosted by Attorney Alan s. Pierce. the only Legal Talk Network program that focuses entirely on the people and the law in workers compensation cases. Nationally recognized Trial Attorney, expert and author, Alan S. Pierce is a leader committed to making a difference when workers comp matters.
 
Subro on the Go is a podcast from Cozen & O’Connor’s Subrogation and Recovery practice group that spotlights trending issues in subrogation, new cases impacting the industry, and overall best practices. In today’s world, the subrogation professional is continuously “on the go” – working remote, traveling to scene examinations, depositions, mediations, and trial. As a result, each episode is designed to be a short, 15 minute subro discussion to keep subro professionals that are on the go on t ...
 
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The Verdict

The Carlson Law Firm

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Where Personal Injury Law Meets Storytelling - The Verdict is not your average legal podcast. We embrace the art of storytelling and take you through the legal process to examine how personal injury law intersects with your daily life. Join The Carlson Law Firm’s lawyers, case managers, legal assistants and clients as we explore acts of negligence, liability, and damages to give you The Verdict.
 
The Study Legal English Podcast is the world's first legal English podcast. Helping lawyers and law students become fluent in legal English. Legal English is difficult to master and is important for lawyers and law students around the world. If you'd like to improve your legal English, don't worry, by listening to the regular Legal English podcast you can gradually improve. Podcast Pro members can also access further learning resources such as transcripts and quizzes. Disclaimer: This podcas ...
 
Voices of Yoga podcast is about sharing inspiring yoga stories and insights from yoga teachers and yogis around the world. Enjoy and be inspired. Disclaimer: Yoga is for everyone. However, it's important that to ensure you are ready and able to practice any type of yoga practice in a suitable and safe way that's appropriate for you. And where necessary you check with your medical practitioner/doctor to gain approval. It is recommended that you consult your physician before beginning any new ...
 
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Tucker Ellis LLP

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A podcast by the autonomous vehicle team at Tucker Ellis. Our members practice in litigation, corporate governance, transactions, and intellectual property, and we bring those diverse perspectives to examine legal issues around autonomous vehicles.
 
Join Clark Hill’s Angeline Chen, a leading immigration attorney, in discussing the impacts of US immigration law and policy. On Immigration Today, Angeline interviews leaders, experts, advocates and volunteers in immigration and immigrant rights on the issues, their experiences and their advice on how YOU can make a difference.
 
Keeping Busy is a bi-weekly podcast about a couple of friends trying to keep up with their crafty urges while maintaining all their pesky adult responsibilities. Join Kerri and Erin as they bake a new recipe each episode and report on various creative outlets such as knitting, crocheting, sewing, and whatever else catches their eye that day on pintrest. Join them and maybe you'll even be inspired to make the best use of your downtime! Music is "At the Mall" by Emerald Park
 
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Rebecca Wisbar, Attorney and Mediator

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Welcome to The Mediation Minute. This podcast explores practical techniques to facilitate successful negotiation and resolution. Hosted by Rebecca Wisbar, mediator and attorney. Contact Rebecca, Akers & Wisbar (225) 767-1003 or akerswisbar.com. The Mediation Minute podcast is produced by Catherine O'Brien, Branch Out Programs.
 
Eddie Thoneick returns for 2016 with 'Lights On', a high energy, up front and electric storm of hot new music currently shaking the world of house music. Expect to hear music from the man himself as well as exclusive IDs, underground bombs, classic selections and the biggest tracks in dance music. Subscribe now to turn the Lights On first, every month
 
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Trover cases in the United States. Trover is the name of the action which lay, at common law, for the recovery of damages for the conversion of personal property in his possession, usually involving chattels held in bailment. Although the old forms of action have been abolished or disappeared under modern civil procedure in the United States, the c…
 
Kicking off the year on #HoTLradio with some fresh tunes and unreleased tracks!Jotheo, Davina Moss, Andrea Carolina - Dia De Fiesta feat. Jotheo & Andrea Carolina (Original Mix) [Moon Harbour Recordings]Senzala - Sit Down (Original Mix) [Stereo Productions]Ilario Alicante - Vacaciones En Chile (David Tort 2022 Bootleg)Halo Varga - Future (Guy J Rem…
 
A graduate of Otterbein University (Ohio) and New York University Law School, T. C. Morrison spent his 50-year legal career writing briefs and trying cases around the country for a series of New York City law firms. Patrick A. Peters ("Pap") and Prescott U. Peters ("Pup"), the intrepid tort lawyers whose zany exploits delighted readers of Torts "R"…
 
Market trends among law firms demonstrate a growing gap between the top firms and the best of the rest, Colorado criminal conviction sentence of 110 years spurs massive logistic-workers strike, and a California COVID-19 ruling that could open the door for additional tort litigation cases. Join Litigation Nation host, Jack Sanker, as he discusses th…
 
Tax collection and examinations Tax returns Individuals (with income above a minimum level), corporations, partnerships, estates, and trusts must file annual reports, called tax returns, with federal and appropriate state tax authorities. These returns vary greatly in complexity level depending on the type of filer and complexity of their affairs. …
 
It's déjà vu all over again as Karen and Steve talk about the latest setback in their attempt to have two consecutive days of childcare-less work (spoiler alert: no such luck). Then, they turn to a discussion of social media, how they use social media for their jobs/careers, virtues and vices of being active on Twitter and other networks, and advic…
 
A license is an official permission or permit to do, use, or own something (as well as the document of that permission or permit). A license is granted by a party (licensor) to another party (licensee) as an element of an agreement between those parties. In the case of a license issued by a government, the license is obtained by applying for it. In…
 
An inchoate offense, preliminary crime, inchoate crime or incomplete crime is a crime of preparing for or seeking to commit another crime. The most common example of an inchoate offense is "attempt". "Inchoate offense" has been defined as the following: "Conduct deemed criminal without actual harm being done, provided that the harm that would have …
 
COGSA, Carmack, Allisons, and Himalaya Clause. These terms may not mean much for a traditional property subrogation professional, but if you are going to diversify into the world of ocean marine and inland marine subro, then these are a few of the many terms you will need to become familiar with. In this episode of Cozen O’Connor’s Subro on the Go …
 
PD is joined by Steph Driver from Broad Street Hockey to get reacquainted with this week's opponent, the Philadelphia Flyers. Blue line woes are plaguing the Flyers, too Cam Atkinson has been a hit Carter Hart is back Will Chuck Fletcher try to rebuild the roster? Some young players to watch Read more Flyers coverage at Broad Street Hockey. Follow …
 
In contract law, impossibility is an excuse for the nonperformance of duties under a contract, based on a change in circumstances (or the discovery of preexisting circumstances), the nonoccurrence of which was an underlying assumption of the contract, that makes performance of the contract literally impossible. For example, if Ebenezer contracts to…
 
On Season 3, Episode 10 of The Verdict, Temple Personal Injury Partner Julie Peschel and Killeen Associate Attorney, Philip Koelsch, discuss the different crashes because of poor road conditions, the impact of severe weather with driving such as ice storms, and crashes because of road construction. Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 02:18 - Can someone file …
 
Trover (/ˈtroʊvər/) is a form of lawsuit in common-law countries for recovery of damages for wrongful taking of personal property. Trover belongs to a series of remedies for such wrongful taking, its distinctive feature being recovery only for the value of whatever was taken, not for the recovery of the property itself (see replevin). Overview. Alt…
 
Taxable income. Income tax is imposed as a tax rate times taxable income. Taxable income is defined as gross income less allowable deductions. Taxable income as determined for federal tax purposes may be modified for state tax purposes. Gross income. The Internal Revenue Code states that "gross income means all income from whatever source derived,"…
 
Hirko has built strong working relationships in the Sharon Hospital community since he was appointed president there. He brings significant experience to this expanded role, having served in multiple senior positions with Health Quest Medical Practice (HQMP). Prior to joining HQMP, Hirko was chairman for the Department of Surgery and the General Su…
 
In their latest episode, Karen and Steve sit down with Preet Bharara, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, to chat about the life of a federal prosecutor; the upsides (and downsides) of having three *older* children; what he's been doing since President Trump fired him; and his forthcoming children's book, "Justice is..." Bef…
 
Bailment is a legal relationship in common law, where the owner transfers physical possession of personal property ("chattel") for a time, but retains ownership. The owner who surrenders custody to a property is called the "bailor" and the individual who accepts the property is called a "bailee". The bailee is the person who possesses the personal …
 
A misdemeanor is any "lesser" criminal act in some common law legal systems. Misdemeanors are generally punished less severely than more serious felonies, but theoretically more so than administrative infractions (also known as minor, petty, or summary offences) and regulatory offences. Typically, misdemeanors are punished with monetary fines or co…
 
New Jersey Law firm buys office space in the Metaverse, regulatory overhaul across the country, legal technology companies are being consolidated and acquired by larger companies, a Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney takes on a civil case and wins a 25 million dollar verdict against Chicago Police Department, and the Ghislaine Maxwell Verdict in jeo…
 
PD and Dale discuss: The breaking news of Gregory Hofmann leaving the Blue Jackets Jakub Voracek reaches the 1000 game milestone Young players Adam Boqvist and Cole Sillinger are showing improvement As the Chicago Blackhawks come to Columbus, did they give up too much for Seth Jones? Check out more from The Cannon on our site and on Twitter. Learn …
 
In common law jurisdictions, a misrepresentation is an untrue or misleading statement of fact made during negotiations by one party to another, the statement then inducing that other party to enter into a contract. The misled party may normally rescind the contract, and sometimes may be awarded damages as well (or instead of rescission). The law of…
 
Replevin or claim and delivery (sometimes called revendication) is a legal remedy, which enables a person to recover personal property taken wrongfully or unlawfully, and to obtain compensation for resulting losses. Etymology. The word "replevin" is of Anglo-Norman origin and is the noun form of the verb "replevy". This comes from the Old French re…
 
Income taxes in the United States are imposed by the federal government, and most states. The income taxes are determined by applying a tax rate, which may increase as income increases, to taxable income, which is the total income less allowable deductions. Income is broadly defined. Individuals and corporations are directly taxable, and estates an…
 
A treasure trove is an amount of money or coin, gold, silver, plate, or bullion found hidden underground or in places such as cellars or attics, where the treasure seems old enough for it to be presumed that the true owner is dead and the heirs undiscoverable. An archeological find of a treasure trove is known as a hoard. The legal definition of wh…
 
Karen and Steve celebrate their kids' (potentially short-lived) return to preschool and school by recording a new episode, including updates on life with Omicron; how we survived winter break; and thoughts about how early-career lawyers can try to balance the obligations of firm jobs with the obligations of parenting young children (spoiler: help w…
 
A felony is traditionally considered a crime of high seriousness, whereas a misdemeanor is regarded as less serious. The term "felony" originated from English common law (from the French medieval word "félonie") to describe an offense that resulted in the confiscation of a convicted person's land and goods, to which additional punishments including…
 
Rehabilitation Therapies Physical Therapists: Laura French and Joyce Kost Our interdisciplinary team of physical, occupational and speech therapists work closely with our patients to restore maximum function and independence. We work with your physician on a plan of recovery that is right for you, and enable you to progress in the comfort of your h…
 
4th Amendment ruling in PA could rewrite what is considered acceptable probable cause, Colorado modifies previous runaway truck driver sentencing, Ghislaine Maxwell, Bankruptcy Lawyers, and New York State score a win against a pharmaceutical company for the opioid epidemic.Jack Sanker hosts Litigation Nation, with new episodes every Tuesday.…
 
We're back after a holiday break! PD goes over: The ongoing COVID situation The ups and downs of the games against the Predators and Hurricanes Previewing this week's games against the Lightning and Devils A Seattle fan offers life-saving medical advice The Winter Classic and dreams of an outdoor game in Columbus Check out more from The Cannon on o…
 
In contract law, a mistake is an erroneous belief, at contracting, that certain facts are true. It can be argued as a defense, and if raised successfully can lead to the agreement in question being found void ab initio or voidable, or alternatively an equitable remedy may be provided by the courts. Common law has identified three different types of…
 
On Season 3, Episode 9 of The Verdict, Managing Partner Craig Carlson and Killeen Personal Injury Partner Michael Erskine discuss crashes with government entities such as police vehicles, EMS, post office vehicles, and more. Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 02:35 - Can I sue the government? 05:27 - What are some conditions that someone might need to build …
 
In tort law, detinue is an action to recover for the wrongful taking of personal property. It is initiated by an individual who claims to have a greater right to their immediate possession than the current possessor. For an action in detinue to succeed, a claimant must first prove that he had better right to possession of the chattel than the defen…
 
💡EPISODE INFORMATION In this episode, I interview Martin Kopa, Regional Court Judge in Brno, Czech Republic. We talk about his work as an attorney, how he became a judge, and the resources he recommends for staying up to date. 📚 HELPFUL RESOURCES More about this episode: https://studylegalenglish.com/episode115/Martin on Twitter: @martinkopaAndrew …
 
The U.S. generation-skipping transfer tax (the "GST tax") imposes a tax on both outright gifts and transfers in trust to or for the benefit of unrelated persons who are more than 37.5 years younger than the donor or to related persons more than one generation younger than the donor, such as grandchildren. These people are known as "skip persons." I…
 
Lost, mislaid, and abandoned property are categories of the common law of property which deals with personal property or chattel which has left the possession of its rightful owner without having directly entered the possession of another person. Property can be considered lost, mislaid or abandoned depending on the circumstances under which it is …
 
Under criminal law, a principal is any actor who is primarily responsible for a criminal offense. Such an actor is distinguished from others who may also be subject to criminal liability as accomplices, accessories or conspirators. The legal principle of vicarious liability applies to hold one person liable for the actions of another when engaged i…
 
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