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As a full service law firm based in Newcastle upon Tyne, Sintons solicitors provides first class legal advice across a wide range of legal services to businesses, organisations and individuals in North East England, throughout the UK and further afield. Our vision is to consistently set the standard for legal excellence and to be the law firm of choice for all our clients. Our solicitors take real pride in what they do and how they do it, delivering an outstanding service at a sensible price ...
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Fox Rothschild LLP is a national law firm with over 1000 attorneys coast to coast. Our lawyers provide a full range of legal services to public and private companies – from family-run businesses to multinational corporations. We also represent charitable, medical and educational institutions both in the United States and in more than 50 countries worldwide. In our podcasts, the attorneys of Fox share their insight and knowledge on some of today’s most pertinent legal issues impacting individ ...
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Computerlaw Group LLP (www.computerlaw.com) provides strategic, knowledgeable, and effective business and intellectual property protection, licensing and litigation services to Internet, e-commerce, computer software, hardware and other high-tech businesses, teams and industry professionals throughout California, nationally and around the world. CLG produces THE VALLEY CURRENT as a way to keep its worldwide clients, co-counsels, colleagues, and friends aware of developments in Silicon Valley ...
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Welcome to The Lawdown, CM Murray LLP's regular podcast bringing you the legal news highlights, particularly those relating to employment, discrimination and partnership law and the UK courts. More information on the issues discussed and knowledge on a wide range of topics can be found at our website - www.cm-murray.com or please contact info@cm-murray.com for more information or to send us a story you would like us to talk about.
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Saw Law Group LLP

Saw Law Group LLP

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Saw Law Group LLP's podcast is a full service corporate law firm in Los Angeles. Saw Law Group LLP is here to help all clients who are facing the problems related to intellectual property, personal injury, and employment law services in Los Angeles, California.
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A topical overview of developing trends in real estate law, and now... law in general. Not nearly as boring as you would think. If you're buying a house, thinking about buying a house, own a house, or have been in a house, check us out. Podcasting from our virtual law office in Boston, Massachusetts. We invite you to visit us on the web at www.grolmanllp.com. We welcome your feedback, suggestions and comments. For more personal assistance, check out our unique ASK THE LAWYER service on our w ...
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OMelveny & Myers LLP

OMelveny & Myers LLP

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What do you want to achieve? It’s more than what you do: it’s how you do it. Across sectors and borders, in boardrooms and courtrooms, we measure our success by yours. And in our interactions, we commit to making your O’Melveny experience as satisfying as the outcomes we help you achieve. Our greatest accomplishment is ensuring that you never have to choose between premier lawyering and exceptional service. So, tell us. What do you want to achieve? For the answers, please visit www.omm.com.
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This Podcast walks you through the steps of reporting an accident to the required agencies and helps you to find out the agencies needed to report to. If you feel like this might be too complicated to handle, an experienced personal injury lawyer in Los Angeles will be able to help you accurately fulfill the mandated reporting requirements.
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Matheson LLP, Irish Law Firm

Matheson LLP, Irish Law Firm

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Matheson’s primary focus is on serving the Irish legal needs of international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland. Our clients include over half of the Fortune 100 companies. We also advise 7 of the top 10 global technology brands and over half of the world’s 50 largest banks. We are headquartered in Dublin and also have offices in Cork, London, New York, Palo Alto and San Francisco. More than 860 people work across our six offices, including 122 partne ...
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At Squirrel Wiz, a leading digital marketing company in Ahmedabad, India you are covered for vertical, quick, sharp & manoeuvrable digital business growth. We are potentially the fast-growing digital marketing agency in Ahmedabad with a knack for Web Design & Development, Graphic Design, Search Engine Optimization, and Social Media Marketing. As a team, we go above and beyond to provide you with fresh, useful strategies for navigating the internet jungle. We assist you in executing, communic ...
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Truth Serum by Scheer Law Group, LLP

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According to the Buckminster Fuller’s “Knowledge Doubling Curve”, human knowledge now doubles almost every twelve hours! Ignorance is not bliss and the unwary will be punished. Take a shot of Truth Serum and stay ahead of the game. This is a podcast for anyone who is interested in law, finance, future trends and everything else that matters. For Lenders, Landlords and Investors: Stay up to date on rapidly changing laws and trends affecting your legal rights, and the impact of these laws on t ...
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Are SAFE (Simple Agreements for Future Equity) as safe tax-wise as convertible debt? SAFEs were created by Y Combinator to simplify fundraising by avoiding lengthy negotiations associated with convertible notes, and unlike traditional loans, a SAFE agreement is a promise for future equity. Tax treatment varies depending on whether a SAFE is conside…
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In the latest episode of the podcast Sound Advice, Ben Allman, a chartered accountant with Ballards LLP, interviews Jon Clough, the founder of Creative Folks, a web design and performance marketing agency. During the episode, Jon provides an in-depth look at Creative Folks, detailing the role and services of a marketing agency. He explains why busi…
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In our latest episode of The Lawdown, Partners Beth Hale and Emma Bartlett, Senior Associate Wonu Sanda and Associate Kia Aoki discuss the following: Scottie Scheffler, the current number one ranked golfer in the world, was arrested and charged with assault of a police officer and three misdemeanours during the PGA Championship. All charges were la…
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Episode 40Debunking Courtroom Pseudoscience: A Conversation With the Innocence Project's Chris Fabricant It’s a sense of outrage that gets him out of bed every morning, says M. Chris Fabricant, Director of Strategic Litigation at the Innocence Project. Approximately 2.3 million people are incarcerated at any given time in the United States. Estimat…
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Tune in to the latest episode of Sound Advice (Medical), featuring Matthew Watson, Medical Partner at Ballards LLP, in conversation with Peter Herniman, Tax Director at Ballards LLP. Peter discusses how Ballards LLP supports NHS staff with HMRC reporting services for the McCloud pension remedy and advises NHS staff to promptly review their pension …
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What a fine line between protectible invention and expression (as opposed to public domain idea and unprotected material) in AI-generated content? This, in turn, leads us to question just how “involved” AI can be in an invention and writing with a human still claiming ownership of the results. AI is quickly reshaping industries, but as AI capabilit…
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What really happens in a successful Presidential debate? Do we even know anymore? Between Joe Biden’s word salads and Donald Trump lacking substantive content, it’s hard to determine who is the least appealing candidate. Both candidates failed to connect with undecided voters as the debate started with national and global conflicts and quickly dera…
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Is there anything more challenging than starting an independent (in franchised) travel business in the midst of Covid-19 and in a foreign county that is difficult to get to and rains heavily half the year? One entrepreneur delights us in showing how he did this in a very different corner of our world. Travelling not only pushes us outside our comfo…
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Donald Trump’s taxes (and the tax code in general) have been a major source of controversy for years. Until now, inflating the value of your property to secure better loan agreements then later devaluing the same property has lurked in a gray area where this magnitude of asset manipulation has explicitly been labeled as illegal. By closing this loo…
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Episode 39Unthreading the Silk Road: A Conversation With Author Nick Bilton A marketplace of drugs, guns and murder for hire. Journalist and author Nick Bilton explored the illicit web-based market the Silk Road in his page-turner, American Kingpin: The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind Behind the Silk Road. In this engaging episode, he joins h…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, Ballards LLP chartered accountants, host Ben Allman talks with Emma Richardson, Managing Director at Four Squared Recruitment. They discuss why recruitment is important for your business, how to make the best hiring decisions, and effective interview techniques.…
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The future of Artificial Intelligence boils down to two possibilities: it’s either your average search engine that’s been overblown or it’s an amazing experiment already being leveraged at its infancy. More than likely the future will be fueled by augmented intelligence – meaning it needs human involvement supported by AI. Increased levels of intel…
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A college degree is no longer a guarantee you’ll land a rewarding, high-paying job. This is what happened in Laos to Phengta Fachalem, whose family sacrificed the farm to get her educated only to find out that her pharmacology degree wouldn’t earn her enough to support herself. Not willing to let her degree go to waste, Pheng is teaming up with Don…
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What's the secret to successfully recruiting advisors? Understanding that moving from one firm to another is probably one of the most stressful things that an advisor can go through.That’s what Jodi Perry, National Head of Advisor Recruiting at Raymond James, tells host Matt Baum in this episode. Jodi, who blazed a trail 20 years ago as the first f…
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Episode 38A Blueprint for Compliance: The Fraud Pentagon Theory How can you pinpoint employee behaviors that signal a potential risk of fraud in your company, especially if you operate in a highly regulated industry? Join host Matt Adams for this insightful episode featuring Nicole Sliger and Jonathan Marks, forensic accountants with the global acc…
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As we go through life, the people we meet imprint themselves onto us in unexpected ways. Whether these people were parents who created a chaotic childhood, medical personnel who provided you with support in times of crisis, or someone who was simply kind to you when they didn’t have to be, these people shaped the way we think and learn. Exchanging …
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The biggest barrier to change has always been culture. When personal computers were new to the workplace, many employees stuffed their computer into a corner and treated it as furniture or viewed it as something for just the secretary to work with. Now it’s difficult to think of a job that doesn’t require any use of a computer. We’ve come a long wa…
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Episode 37Vintage or Trendsetting? The SDNY's Whistleblower Pilot Program The Department of Justice launched a Whistleblower Pilot Program in the Southern District of New York in February. But is it a groundbreaking program, or an existing policy simply wrapped in fresh branding? Seasoned white-collar litigator Andrew Bernstein joins his partner an…
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Could the Titanic have avoided the fatal iceberg and completed its maiden voyage? It possibly could have been avoided if Bruce Ismay (White Star Line chairman & managing director) hadn’t ignored Captain Smith’s warnings until it was too late. Situations like this are typically why capital and management are separated in an enterprise. So, what does…
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Special Edition: Episode 36Rolling Change: The DEA Turns Over a New Leaf on Marijuana Scheduling The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) triggered high hopes when it recently announced it wants to accept the U.S. Department Health and Human Services’s recommendation to reschedule marijuana from Schedule I to Schedule III. Josh Horn, Co-Chair and fou…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, brought to you by Ballards LLP chartered accountants, host Ben Allman talks with Esther Partridge-Warner, Head Business Growth Coach at Real World Consultancy. They discuss trends in the consultancy world, free resources for start-ups, and keys to successful consultant engagement. Esther also shares red flags …
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How can a chief operating officer be most impactful at a registered investment advisor firm?In this episode, host Matt Baum chats with Matt Sonnen, COO of Coldstream Wealth Management. They discuss what it means to be a COO in an RIA firm, building trust with leadership and crafting both the right company culture and streamlined operational process…
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Taxes may be the price we pay to live in a civilized society, but no one, no matter how wealthy they are, likes paying taxes. Many of us are guilty of procrastinating until the last possible moment to file taxes, possibly to the point where we completely forget and then pay a penalty on top of our taxes when we do remember. Even if we do remember, …
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Episode 35A Double-Edged Sword? The DOJ Confronts AI Like all new technologies, AI isn’t naturally good or bad. But it can be used by people motivated to do terrible – and possibly criminal – things. That’s the view of Mark McCreary, our Chief Artificial Intelligence & Information Security Officer. He joins series host Matt Adams to discuss AI in l…
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The increasing availability of artificial intelligent companions is a significant turning point in the development of services. AI’s ability to quickly draft documents or instantly find and summarize research reports will be a major help for companies since they can increase productivity while cutting down on employees. The concern over job displac…
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See a problem, solve a problem. This is a phrase many of us grew up hearing and can largely be considered the core of the entrepreneurial mindset. What sets an entrepreneur apart from your standard repair person is the intellectual curiosity to restructure and rebuild an entire process instead of patchwork. Bangladesh, conveniently settled between …
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Episode 34A Conversation With Jesse Eisinger, Author of 'The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives' In a single decade, the prosecutions of those accused of white-collar crime underwent a radical transformation. This thought-provoking episode will take you back in time to explore the DOJ approach in the early 20…
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Some of the biggest wealth transfers the world has ever seen are happening right now and a select few are going to profit the most from it. Elon Musk is on track to become the world’s first trillionaire by 2028, and there are more people right behind him poised to achieve this monumental monetary achievement in the next 10-15 years. What do we do w…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, delve into expert insights from Ballards LLP chartered accountants. Host Matthew Clarke chats with Mark Skellum, Medical Partner, and Chelsea Foulkes, Business Services Medical Manager at Ballards LLP. They discuss the superannuation requirements for GPs, explore PCSE online functionalities, and highlight impo…
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For a brief moment in time, astronomers were able to safely study the sun’s corona simply because it was in the perfect spot at the perfect time. As awesome as it was for us to watch, no major news organization mentioned how unbelievable it was that this happened in an ever-expanding universe. There are many things reported to us that we tend to ta…
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When we talk about the bullying problem in America, we tend to focus on the children who are tormented in school or online because bullies eventually grow up and act like adults, right? Unfortunately, some bullies never learn to act like decent human beings, and they carry their crude behaviors into adulthood where it can be modeled as successful t…
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Episode 33Framing the Narrative: Journalism's Influence on the Presumption of InnocenceIn this insightful episode, Pulitzer-nominated journalist Mark Di Ionno talks candidly about how the media can affect the court of public opinion for defendants facing criminal accusations. Throughout Mark’s 40+ years of reporting, he has maintained and demonstra…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, brought to you by Ballards LLP chartered accountants, host Ben Allman discusses the agricultural machinery sector with expert Toby Whatley from Farmers Guardian. They cover its importance, trends like precision farming and automation, and challenges such as supply chain disruptions. They also explore new techn…
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We are delighted to share Episode 37 of The Lawdown, our regular podcast discussing the latest key employment, discrimination and partnership law-related news stories, and the interesting legal issues behind them! You can listen to the episode here. In our latest episode of The Lawdown, Partner Beth Hale, Partner Emma Bartlett and Associate Kia Aok…
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As much as we wish, we cannot interfere with or slow down the process of aging. What we can do is learn how to prevent and cure diseases that increase our longevity. There’s a whole industry of startup companies dedicated to pursuing a lifespan and a health span that goes to age 100 and possibly a whole lot longer. Could we really be just one major…
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Living with a manipulative parent who exercises coercive control can be a silent struggle for children. Dr. Christine Cocchiola, DSW, LCSW, a clinician and social work professor, joins Sandra Fava to highlight the profound consequences of parent-on-parent abusive relationships on a family. They detail the often unexpected and counterintuitive respo…
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Episode 32Celebrating Women’s History Month With WWCDA’s Global Chair and Co-FounderThe Women’s White Collar Defense Association is an integral force in the world of white-collar law. It personifies the theme of this year’s Women’s History Month: “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” Global chair and co-founder of WWCDA, Karen P…
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In this episode of the Matheson Employment Law Podcast Series, Bryan Dunne, Head of Employment, takes a detailed look at the recently published Workplace Relations Commission Code of Practice on the Right to Request Remote and Flexible Working, what exactly it provides for and what this means for employers. Bryan also reviews a recent decision from…
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How many times have you looked at your email, found an invitation to join a class action lawsuit, and wondered if it’s even worth it? While there’s usually little to no downside to joining these lawsuits, it may take years for the case to settle with a laughably minimal payout due to the large number of claimants. However, sometimes the real payoff…
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