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    Jamaica Brightest Kim Facey Attorney-at-Law at Bignall Law JamaicaLaw Practice

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  • 00:29

    Libel and Slander in the Social Media Age.

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    Be careful what you post and tweet

  • 00:30

    Seattle Seahawks Star Michael Bennett Roughed up by Las Vegas Police

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    America is at the crossroads and once again, our sports heros are leading the towards change.  What began as one quarterback's refusal to stand-up for the national anthem and salute the American flag, in protest of injustice, has began the litmus test for justice in America for it's black citizens.  Colin Kaepernick is without a job in the NFL but his influence looms large and could very well change the league and politics in athletics for good.  Michael Bennett has stepped in to lead in Kaepernick's absence; and now, white comrades in the league are also stepping up to support their teammates protesting injustice.  Bennett was recently roughed-up by Las Vegas police. Let's talk about it!

  • 01:11

    Contemporary Insurance Regulatory Issues and Trends

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    Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is pleased to announce the next episode of Hinshaw’s Insurance Law Radio. In this episode, your host Scott Seaman, National Co-Chair of the firm's Insurance Services Practice Group, is joined by seasoned insurance regulatory lawyers Robert Hogeboom and Sam Sorich.
    Join Scott, Bob, and Sam as they discuss key contemporary insurance regulatory trends and issues, including:
    Challenges to underwriting and pricing practices Regulatory overreach The Propublica report and allegations of unfair discrimination Rising cost of auto insurance Proposals being considered by the United States Congress and the impact on the McCarran-Ferguson Act The 2017 California Supreme Court decision in ACIC v. Jones on insurance commissioner authority

  • 00:31

    Robert Abney The Cancer Patient Banning Principal

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    Robert Abney, principal of Terria Antigua Elementary School in Albequerque, New Mexico, (http://www.aps.edu/schools/schools/tierra-antigua ) told a mother (battleing stage 4 breast cancer) to stay away from the school because her chemo pills make her smell bad. "She claims even after she moved outside, the principal was standing at his window and told her to move farther away.   He just said that he would have to ask me to sit in my car because he could smell me through the window,” Mascareno said.http://nbclatino.com/2013/11/14/principal-tells-mom-with-breast-cancer-she-cant-visit-kids-school/  " Abney has removed his twitter account however; @abney45 also refers to school mothers as "Mrs. Shovelhead" and " Cookie Monster on lithium"  Read His Blog - http://abney45.blogspot.com/2010/09/things-that-get-me-in-trouble.html

  • 01:03

    Enforce Your Judgment with Tamara Paulun

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    Topics covered on this show – just a taste: 1) Attorney and Staff Preparation:  organization, Memorandum of Judgment, asset information; 2) Filing and Procedure:  Demand on Judgment Debtor; judicial procedure and options; 3) Enforcement Options:  The Citation, and more enforcement lessons and ideas; 4) Audience Questions:  A few questions from attorneys who listen to Law Talk Radio.   You’ve spent a lot of time and energy in securing a judgment for your client, but the only thing they’re interested in is getting paid.  And this is a very important question, indeed.  After all, countless hours and resources have been expended to get this far and all you have to show for it is a piece of paper.  A very powerful piece of paper, as it turns out.   Tamara M. Paulun has been practicing in the field of creditors’ rights since 2008.  She assists her clients through the entire collection process—including the very important post-judgment stage.  She graduated cum laude from Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, MI and earned her law degree, with honors, from The John Marshall Law School in 2007.  She was also a member of THE JOHN MARSHALL LAW REVIEW.  Tamara is currently working for the firm Teller, Levit, & Silvertrust, P.C. in downtown Chicago.   Sponsor: Chris McCarthy The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, WI.

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  • 00:35

    Civility in divorce and family law, raising the bar

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    Welcome to the Scroggins Family Law podcast series. This program features Texas Board Certified family law attorney Mark Scroggins who shares information about issues affecting Texas families in divorce and family law.
    The time, place and manner of civility in divorce and family law cases:
    Professionalism among divorce lawyers, when your word is your credibility; Keeping your cool as a client during the entire process, boosting your credibility; How to best respond to obstructionism and gamesmanship affecting your divorce; The art of disagreeing without being disagreeable, a sign of maturity and reasonableness. Board certified in family law, Mark L. Scroggins is an aggressive and experienced trial attorney with a sound understanding of business matters that serves him well in family law. An accomplished speaker and author, Mr. Scroggins has practiced family law throughout the state of Texas for over 20 years. He has written about family law matters for Texas Lawyer and numerous other periodicals and has spoken before numerous organizations and corporate clients.
    Dallas, Collin and Denton County Board Certified[i] divorce and family law attorney Mark Scroggins, and the team at Scroggins Family Law, represent clients in a variety of divorce and family law matters. Call (214) 469-3100. 
    [i] Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Why Choose Board Certified?

  • 00:16

    Snappy Answers to Common Traffic Questions

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    In this podcast, criminal defense attorney James Doerr answers frequently asked traffic questions. Topics covered range from petty traffic offenses to class A misdemeanor speeding violations.   

  • 00:44

    Stepping in ‘Bull’: Another trial consultant & I discuss this ridiculous show, 2

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    CBS persists in airing 'Bull,' giving us episode 2 on 9/27/16, "The Woman in 8D."  Alleged trial consultant Dr. Bull's crime spree continues unabated, along with the ridiculous nonsense that mostly comprises this show. As ever, fiction is great; outright falsehood is not. And in a year in which the American public is being told that its institutions are rigged - government, financial markets, the media, elections - it is harmful that the public is now also being told that its justice system is rigged. Rigged by a smarmy, cocky, godlike consultant who single-handedly somehow has the power to empanel any jury he wants to achieve any outcome he wants, committing crimes, blowing his clients' attorney-client privilege as well as anything that would be covered by work product protections, flouting all laws of procedure, not getting the attorneys who employ him disbarred and on and on. Look, this isn't like complaining, "That TV surgeon used a clamp instead of forceps," or a fictional TV chef using a mandoline when she should be using a rasp. While annoying, those are errors, not whole-cloth falsehoods that give a recklessly false picture of the world depicted.
    Join two accomplished trial consultants, Rich Matthews (Juryology) and Richard Gabriel (Decision Analysis) as they discuss this show.

  • 00:38

    August 2017 Chicago Bankruptcy Question and Answer Podcast with Joseph Wrobel

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    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel answers real people's frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and how it can affect their life and finances in edition of the monthly bankruptcy FAQ podcast series. 
    Sample questions in this 30-minute show:
    When can a bankruptcy be removed from my credit report? Will I lose my US citizenship or be deported if I file for bankruptcy? If you file for bankruptcy, is every credit card you have included? Can another party collect from me in small claims court if I am in bankruptcy? If I file for bankruptcy, can I keep my home and my car if I was never late on those? Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973, he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.
    Follow Joseph Wrobel, Ltd. on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Avvo, to read client reviews! www.ChicagoBankruptcy.com (312) 781-0996.

  • 02:01

    Special Guest - Dean Kern with the Assembly of Common Law for NH

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    ****** Special Guest Appearance by DEAN KERN ******
    Thursday May 18th
    7pm Eastern (4pm Pacific, 6pm Central)
    Host: Traci Ross
    Cohost: Tre Bien
    Dean Kern started the Assembly for the Common Law Grand Jury in New Hampshire. This is their Mission Statement:
    "WE, THE PEOPLE, claiming our God-given Rights based in Christian Principles, intend to return and maintain the governance of New Hampshire, a Free and Independent nation=state to the status proclaimed by the Magna Charta, the Declaration of Independence, and the Original Organic Constitution dated 1787 and amended 1791. These God-given Rights are for ALL PEOPLE, realizing the only limitation which affects a God-given Right is where there is a conflict between the Rights claimed by two or more sovereign people."
    We'll be looking at the 13th Amendement, Common law, and the Grand Jury De Jure
    Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/275606346220416/