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Building NewLaw
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The Building NewLaw Podcast features interviews with lawyers, legal technologists, and other like-minded people that are creating new ways to deliver and receive legal services. Peter Aprile, along with co-host Natalie Worsfold, hope that the podcast will connect the NewLaw community, speed the evolution of legal services, and break the internet like Kim K.
 
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Law School Revealed
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2L at Indiana University's Maurer School of Law
 
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Real Estate News | Real Estate Investing | Stock Market Investing | Passive Income | Flipping | 1031 Exchange | Private Lending | Cash Flow
 
Don’t get caught off guard by market crashes that can take all your money down with them. And don’t miss out on markets where you can build wealth practically overnight. Real Estate News for Investors with Kathy Fettke is the premiere source for savvy real estate investors who want the edge. Stay up-to-date on new laws, regulations, and economic events that affect real estate. Topics include: market trends, economic analysis that affects housing prices, updates on the best rental markets for ...
 
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Team Lally Hawaii Real Estate Podcast
 
Hosts Adrienne Lally and Attilo Leonardi anchor their own fun and exciting show. They explore different topics such as: Hawaii real estate, new laws, and other interesting yet informative topics.
 
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Giving Thought
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Here goes nothing! We are pleased to launch the Giving Thought Podcast, brought to you by the Charities Aid Foundation's in house think-tank Giving Thought. In our first episode, we will be looking at the interplay between philanthropy, charity and politics. Given recent political events around the world and the trend for civil society activism to singled out for special scrutiny for its political influence this seems timely. We have decided to look at this issue from three interesting angle ...
 
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Class Re-Action Podcast
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With guest panels comprised of experienced attorneys and judges, this podcast analyzes recent events in class action litigation and related law fields. Topics of discussion include recent decisions, new laws, arbitration, consumer law, wage & hour law, and coming trends.
 
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California Employment Law Podcasts
 
California employment law literally changes every week. Keep up with the latest news and updates as they get cascaded down by the Superior Court of California and what these new laws could mean for you.
 
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Against The Tide - MP3 edition
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Corrupt business owners, unscrupulous local politicians, impossible odds and a highly unconventional student body are just a few of the obstacles faced by Lawrence R. Velvel, as he packs up his home of 16 years and heads north to become Dean of a brand new law school in Lowell, Massachusetts. When nothing in Lowell turns out to be what it first appears, Velvel and a handful of law students are forced to choose between giving up on their life long dream, and attempting the impossible. This pa ...
 
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August 14, 2017Mostly cloudy today with highs in the lower 80s.ACROSS NORTH JERSEY, VIGILS HELD AGAINST BIGOTRY AND WHITE NATIONALISMHundreds of people gathered in cities across North Jersey to hold vigils and demonstrations in response to the bigotry and violence at this weekend's white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The Record ...…
 
This episode was a grab bag of topics for the guys at the Domestic & Import Car Show. They talk about a new law enacted this summer in Nevada regarding driving in the left lane. We get Dugs’ opinion on a new option on the 2018 Ford Mustang. They also talk about the rumored new C8 Corvette and the Dodge Demon Challenger. The post {DICS} Episode ...…
 
The Call and The Way We begin a series looking toward our congregational retreat: “Called to the Way – Living the Wisdom of Jesus.” Jesus was not an expected wisdom teacher giving proverbial advice with a bit different twist. He called followers to learn to see a new reality and to walk that path. For every one of his early disciples it was a r ...…
 
(Aug 11, 2017) A North Country police officer who's struggled with cystic fibrosis, a genetic lung disease, is going back to work. Aaron Heroux was a deputy with the Clinton County sheriff's department. He became so sick in 2013 that he had to retire early. Later he tried to return to work, but he had been away for more than a year, and under s ...…
 
A Tuesday roundup: ACLU challenges new law on panhandling, Senator Boozman on work in DC and Arkansas Children's Northwest seeks employees.By kkellam@uark.edu (Kyle Kellams).
 
http://wfhb.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/DLN_20170807_AbuseReporting.mp3 A new Indiana state law requires school employees to report suspected child abuse or neglect directly to Child Services or local law enforcement before informing the principal of the school. Legislation co-author State Senator Mark Messmer said the new law was made becau ...…
 
Former Congressman Charlie Stenholm of Texas, an advocate for agriculture and member of the House Agriculture Committee throughout his term, was the keynote speaker at the annual Arkansas Rice Expo in Stuttgart. Prior to his remarks Stenholm took to time to discuss the 2018 Farm Bill and what needs to be done in order for Congress to pass a new ...…
 
Season: Better Than You Remember: A Walk Through HebrewsSpeaker: Ben WhiteLocation: 3800 Marlton PikeAbout Talk: Reading the book of Hebrews is a good exercise in rescuing the radical grace of Jesus from our tendency to put God back into the judgment box. In Hebrews 8 our author quotes Jeremiah 31. Jesus has written God’s law on our hearts. We ...…
 
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Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: American Medical Association President - and Rural Missouri Physician - On Healthcare Reform 183 St. Louis Teachers Retirement-Eligible Under New Law Local NAACP Pushes Back Against Missouri Travel Advisory MU Research Centers to Perform Experiments During Eclipse…
 
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Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: American Medical Association President - and Rural Missouri Physician - On Healthcare Reform 183 St. Louis Teachers Retirement-Eligible Under New Law Local NAACP Pushes Back Against Missouri Travel Advisory MU Research Centers to Perform Experiments During Eclipse…
 
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Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: American Medical Association President - and Rural Missouri Physician - On Healthcare Reform 183 St. Louis Teachers Retirement-Eligible Under New Law Local NAACP Pushes Back Against Missouri Travel Advisory MU Research Centers to Perform Experiments During Eclipse…
 
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Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: American Medical Association President - and Rural Missouri Physician - On Healthcare Reform 183 St. Louis Teachers Retirement-Eligible Under New Law Local NAACP Pushes Back Against Missouri Travel Advisory MU Research Centers to Perform Experiments During Eclipse…
 
This week's dope installment of the Mid by Midwest podcast is lit. The MXMW buds investigate a new law in Oakland, CA that seeks to achieve social justice by offering individuals previously prosecuted on cannabis charges an incentive to start their own businesses producing and selling cannabis. The crew discusses Tomi Lahren (a vocal critic of ...…
 
Read my lips: no new laws without research and evidence to support them! We discuss the history of public health advocacy, the founding of the American Public Health Association, and interview Sari Bilick from Human Impact Partners to learn about Public Health Awakened, a project focused on providing public health professionals with tools to ad ...…
 
House Bill 523 went into effect last September in Ohio, making it ok for qualified patients to access mmj for medical purposes. That news was big for many cannabis activists across the country, because like the Presidential election, Ohio is a big state to win for the movement.How did that win work for people of color who either want to become ...…
 
Justice and Drew discuss new laws coming into effect today, and comments made by a transgender soldier following Trump's announcement of a ban on transgender people in the military.
 
Justice and Drew discuss new laws coming into effect today, and comments made by a transgender soldier following Trump's announcement of a ban on transgender people in the military.
 
Joining me today is Head of research at Barnabas Fund Dr. Martin Parsons who will be discussing recent new laws passed by Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas which allows the imprisonment of anyone sharing or ”liking” social media posts that the Palestinian Authority leadership disapproves of.
 
New laws in effect today: 7/31/17, Hr. 1 by Paul Harrell
 
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Morning News with Joe Teehan and Alex Gray
 
In the first half of the show, ABC’s Aaron Katersky reports on building tension between Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Present Trump. In the second half of the show, Joe and Alex talk about the new law prohibiting drivers from using phones while on the road. Hear the full show in this edition of the Morning News.…
 
When Etienne Schneider became Luxembourg's minister of the economy in 2012, one of his first trips abroad was to NASA’s Ames Research Center. It might have seemed strange for the tiny state's money man to solicit meetings with cosmic researchers, but Luxembourg is always on the lookout for its next big investment.…
 
When Etienne Schneider became Luxembourg's minister of the economy in 2012, one of his first trips abroad was to NASA’s Ames Research Center. It might have seemed strange for the tiny state's money man to solicit meetings with cosmic researchers, but Luxembourg is always on the lookout for its next big investment.…
 
In this week's episode, we interview Bryan Levine. Bryan is a partner at Knox Levine, a firm that focuses on representing condominium and homeowner associations. Recently, Florida passed a law known as the "Estoppel Law," Senate Bill 398. This new law governs certain aspects of what an association can or cannot do when issuing an estoppel lette ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: On Thursday, Venezuelans will participate in day two of a 48 hour strike, coordinated to fall ahead of a controversial election scheduled for Sunday. Patrick Duddy, former US Ambassador to Venezuela from 2007 to 2008, joins The Takeaway to discuss what the election could mean for the country's future. Without a clear ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: On Thursday, Venezuelans will participate in day two of a 48 hour strike, coordinated to fall ahead of a controversial election scheduled for Sunday. Patrick Duddy, former US Ambassador to Venezuela from 2007 to 2008, joins The Takeaway to discuss what the election could mean for the country's future. Without a clear ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: On Thursday, Venezuelans will participate in day two of a 48 hour strike, coordinated to fall ahead of a controversial election scheduled for Sunday. Patrick Duddy, former US Ambassador to Venezuela from 2007 to 2008, joins The Takeaway to discuss what the election could mean for the country's future. Without a clear ...…
 
Do you own your data? What do you give up every time you sign up for something new on the interweb? In the 10th episode of the Pragati Podcast, Hamsini Hariharan discusses what a new law on data protection could look like with Rahul Matthan and Manasa Venkatraman. In the second half, Nitin Pai comes onboard to talk about the almost month long b ...…
 
The word “Sabbath” comes from the Hebrew word “shabbat,” that means to cease or desist. In the fourth Commandment, God reminds the Nation of Isrial about two important things. Firstly, that God created the heavens and the earth in six days and rested on the seventh (v.11). Secondly, that Israel lived in slavery in Egypt where they did not get a ...…
 
http://linebreakrugby.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/FredAdamPod-3.mp3 Featuring: Fred and Adam Today’s topics: Leigh Halfpenny still without a club, Peter Stringer’s immortality, Nigel Owens’ message on eating disorders, the Red Roses losing their contracts and the state of women’s rugby in England, the new laws coming into place. Enjoy! Th ...…
 
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The Hourly Struggle
 
Episode 14 – Bust a Cap and Trade Tonight we talked about the insanity that is Cap and Trade and the betrayal of the California Republican party. There’s at least there’s one Republican who hasn’t lost their mind, but she decided to give up her leadership position as a form of protest. We also delve into the lie that is Cap and Trade and the ho ...…
 
Ontario Implementing New Protections for Condo Residents this Fall
 
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PGIMF Worship Services
 
Jillian Jackson (graduate of Regent College) spoke from Romans 7:14 – 8:2 on the dichotomy between the sinful desires of our flesh and the new creature that we are in Christ. She described the very personal struggles that lead some people to hide their problems and sometimes even tragically die in shame. Like Paul, we struggle in the duality of ...…
 
In Legal Terms discusses the new laws passed by the Mississippi Legislature that took effect July 1, 2017. Buckle up in your vehicle. Domestic violence as grounds for divorce. Small breweries can sell limited quantities of beer directly to customers on site.By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
The jig is up for encrypted messaging, in the eyes of the Australian government. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced Friday morning the government will bring in new laws to force tech companies to hand over data protected by encrypted messaging apps such as WhatsApp, Telegram, and Signal.A tense scene unfolded earlier this week ...…
 
Drug-sniffing police dogs in Colorado may need new training if they can detect marijuana, after a ruling last week by the Colorado Court of Appeals that sets a new precedent for drug cases. A three-judge panel agreed that if a drug-sniffing dog is trained to alert officers to marijuana and other drugs, cops need more cause to search a vehicle w ...…
 
TOPIC: New Jersey mother's son murdered by criminal who'd been released with no bail under new law similar to California's SB 10. Caller Curtis gives tips about stories and last week's caller Sandra from MI on marijuana; he's turning 70. Trump tweets the truth to counter the media. Bruce Jenner (who calls himself transgender and goes by Caitlyn ...…
 
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