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An incredible journey of heartache and triumph. Follow us as a young lion loses his father at the paws of his uncle and a large stampede of wildebeests. Young lion leaves the crib because, fuck that. He befriends a meerkat and a warthog who convince him bugs are a delicacy and also he should go home to stop his uncle from making advances on his mom because that's super weird. Young lion is bugged out about the incest so he smokes a bit of sheesha with a mandrill and talks to his dead dad. Be ...
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Every #SaaS company plays for high stakes, but what does it take to dominate the market right now? 🚀 Look no further than Paris Talks Marketing - the ultimate podcast for SaaS marketers, entrepreneurs, and business owners. Hosted by Paris Childress, we’re featuring deep dives into the latest industry trends with the top SaaS B2B founders and marketing leaders who reveal what it takes to succeed in B2B SaaS marketing. Join us as we share insights on testing new tactics and uncovering the late ...
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Ever feel like the law is stacked against you? It probably is. Broken Law speaks truth to power in discussing how our laws and legal system serve the few at the expense of the many. This is where law meets real life. Hosted by the staff of the American Constitution Society, we reckon with the origins of our legal system, interview people on the frontlines of the progressive legal movement, and chat about necessary legal reforms to restore our democratic legitimacy and improve the lives of al ...
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The Biden Administration recently released a new rule that provides critical updates to Title IX. Lindsay Langholz and ACS Law Fellow Claire Comey speak with Anya Marino and Shiwali Patel about this important federal civil rights law, the contours of this new regulation, and the work still to be done to protect students of all gender identities on …
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Christopher Wright Durocher is joined by Professor Elisabeth Semel to talk about her recently released report, Guess Who’s Coming to Jury Duty? They discuss how too many courts don’t adequately track prospective jurors’ race and ethnicity and how the failure to take a race-conscious approach to jury selection and service results in the perpetuation…
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In this episode of Paris Talks Marketing, host Paris talks with Arjun Pillai, serial entrepreneur and CEO of Docket, an AI platform transforming B2B sales. Arjun Pillai is a serial entrepreneur with two successful exits and is currently on his 3rd venture. He is the Co-founder & CEO at Docket Inc., an AI platform that serves as a virtual sales engi…
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Florida and Arizona state courts recently green lit restrictive abortion bans and the Supreme Court hears two cases that will have significant implications for how doctors and pregnant people navigate the post-Dobbs chaos. Elizabeth Binczik and Lindsay Langholz discuss the latest abortion news and how these developments are interacting with this ye…
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In this episode of Paris Talks Marketing, host Paris delves into the world of SaaS marketing strategies with guest Arun Lal, a seasoned marketing executive. Arun Lal has 18+ years of experience as a Marketing Executive across enterprises: Microsoft, VMware, and multiple startups: Productiv, Climate (Unicorn acquired by Bayer), Contiq (as Co-founder…
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The Supreme Court has taken up three cases that arise out of litigants seeking accountability for the violent events of January 6th. This month, the Court will hear arguments on former president Trump's presidential immunity claim and take a look at whether the law used to prosecute many January 6th participants was validly applied in one such pros…
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In this episode of Paris Talks Marketing, Paris interviews Andres Klaric, co-founder and co-CEO of Fuse, a company revolutionizing loan origination software for financial institutions with a next-gen loan origination system (LOS) that simplifies lending through self-serve customization, a low-code API builder, and a personalized agent portal. Over …
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Artificial Intelligence has the potential to affect how work is performed across industries and, in particular, within media and entertainment. Elizabeth Binczik speaks with Sarah Fowler of SAG-AFTRA to get her thoughts on how AI could impact performers’ work, the current state of the law, and how we might protect performers and people in general f…
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This episode of Paris Talks Marketing features Roshan Cariappa, a marketing leader at Vymo, discussing the evolution and contemporary strategies in SaaS marketing, particularly in sales engagement. Roshan Cariappa is an engineer turned founder turned marketer - he has spent the last 15 years with early stage tech startups, doing the zero to one acr…
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International Women's Day will be celebrated on March 8th. It is a day to celebrate while also taking stock of women's rights here in the United States and abroad. This year, we see a number of countries making significant strides toward reproductive freedom for women while the United States slides backwards. Lindsay Langholz speaks with Julie Suk,…
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Under the banner of "40 acres and a mule," the movement for reparations for slavery and Jim Crow has gained momentum in recent years, with diverse efforts underway from big states like California and New York to smaller communities like Evanston, Illinois and Asheville, North Carolina. Marcus Hunter, author of the recently published "Radical Repara…
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The Electoral College has shown significant flaws since its inception. Twice in the 21st Century, the national popular vote winner has not ultimately been elected President. The undemocratic nature of the institution has many asking why our system is built the way it is and what can be done to fix it. In this follow-up to Episode 137 ("Is the ECA P…
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Welcome to 2024! We are covering two topics poised to shape the new year. First, Jeanne Hruska catches up with Lindsay Langholz for the latest developments in efforts to keep Donald Trump off the ballot in various states and whether SCOTUS will finally step in. Jeanne then speaks with ACS President Russ Feingold to discuss where President Biden is …
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After a hot labor summer, we've continued to see positive developments on the labor front. On this episode, Elizabeth Binczik speaks with Professor Catherine Fisk about the combination of labor wins this year and what 2023 could mean for labor moving forward. They review the deals struck to end the Hollywood strikes and the ingenuity of the United …
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Two topics for the price of one episode. Jeanne Hruska is joined by Professor Mark Lemley for a discussion on his recent article, “Red Courts, Blue Courts,” which explains how administrations are increasingly prioritizing district court vacancies in states that align with their party and the resulting consequences. In the second half of the episode…
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The U.S. Supreme Court recently published a "Code of Conduct," signed by all nine justices. Jeanne Hruska catches up with Russ Feingold, ACS President, to discuss how much weight, if any, to give this new Code. They also discuss the latest on judicial confirmations and look ahead to how voters can engage on the courts come election time. Join the P…
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In a world where skydiving was his biggest thrill, Rohan Hayes never expected that a new passion would come soaring into his life. As he reminisces about his exhilarating experiences and the burnt-out skydivers he encountered, little did he know that his path would take an unexpected turn. 👉 His professional journey began in the commodities industr…
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Since the U.S. Supreme Court largely outlawed affirmative action in higher education earlier this year, there's been discussion about what the decision could mean for the future of DEI practices in employment. Taonga Leslie speaks with Marcus Childress about the chilling effect that SFFA v. Harvard has had and how employers can continue to advance …
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The U.S. Supreme Court has an opportunity to rein in its disastrous 2nd Amendment decision in NYSRPA v. Bruen this term, or make it that much harder for states to prevent gun violence. Christopher Wright Durocher speaks with Esther Sanchez-Gomez (Giffords Law Center) about takeaways from the Court's oral argument in U.S. v. Rahimi and how the Court…
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One year out from the 2024 election, Lindsay Langholz checks in with Jessica Huseman from VoteBeat about the election issues that are consuming her attention and could shape the 2024 election space, including the growing obsession with hand counting ballots and the odd steps certain states are taking to "update" their voter registration lists. Join…
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