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We just heard that the unemployment rate is now the lowest it’s been in many years. More jobs are being created and more are now available, but how does the national jobless report affect commercial real estate professionals? Are more jobs available and at what salary? Are these the jobs that you want? Do your skills and experience fit the jobs that are available? What jobs will be available in the future and will you need to learn new skills? Has the recession caused a “brain drain” in commercial real estate? These and other questions will be discussed with our panel of experts: Bob Poline of Poline Associates and Kent Elliot of RETS Associates.
Hello folks and thank you for joining for me for another episode of the E-Disocvery for FDCPA Pro Se Litigants Webinar. I am your E-Discovery Practitioner, Anthony Johnson. In this episode, we will discuss the Litigation Hold and its purpose during your FDCPA litigation. A litigation hold is a directive and an ongoing process to preserve ESI, documents or physical evidence pertaining to the litigation at hand. Once the party anticipates litigation, it must suspend its r
ALEC Corporations: What Do We Really Know?
Alec is against regulation, litigation, taxation, and one person, one vote. Without these pieces in our society our America's existence becomes a land of Kings and Queens. We have to be careful America. Learn about ALEC
When did ALEC first organize?
For what purpose did ALEC organize?
What companies have joined ALEC?
Why did Business Owners/ CEOs join ALEC?
Are/Were there corporate members of ALEC that were unaware of their membership?
Why or for what purpose did these Owners/CEOs join ALEC?
Who is no longer members of ALEC?
Who are members of ALEC in 2013?
Has ALEC caused harm across America as a group?
Should ALEC members consider ways to favor the well being of the American society?
Is ALEC the reason our US elected officials,
Obviously works to elliminate Unions
No longer care to regulate business;
Fail to set standards toward the betterment of employees;
Want to end US minimum wage and voted against increases
Passed laws to place limits on litigation against corporations
Paved the way for job loss if employees choose to strike
The Fourth Annual Franchise Legal Series continues this week on Franchise Today. In this fourth of eight segments, host, Paul Segreto welcomes as his guest, Barry Heller, Partner at DLA Piper. Paul and Barry discuss the many aspects of franchise litigation including hot litigation issues and non-franchise litigation claims facing franchisors today. They also discuss dispute resolutions including options to consider when drafting the franchise agreement - Is arbitration or mediation best or most practical for the brand? The discussion also includes suggestions on how to avoid litigation.
About Our Guest
For almost 30 years, Barry Heller's practice has consisted almost exclusively of representing clients in franchise and distribution disputes throughout the country, both in litigation and arbitration. Much of his practice has focused on franchise termination matters, as well as on more complex franchise cases involving issues affecting the entire franchise system. He has handled cases involving, among other issues, termination, transfers, rights of first refusal, implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, alternative distribution channels, covenants against competition, trademark infringement, product sourcing and approval, franchisee associations, and unfair competition. Mr. Heller is the former director of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Division of the ABA Forum on Franchising. He has authored and lectured on franchise litigation issues, including conducting Legal Roundtable seminars in different cities for the International Franchise Association on franchise litigation matters. He was co-author of a manual entitled Franchise Litigation Claims of the Litigation Section of the District of Columbia Bar Association, for whom he conducted a seminar on the subject.
On this episode of Remnant X Radio we will be airing a teaching by Willie Mullan enitittled, "Commercial Babylon." Please check out our website @RemnantXRadio.com!
I am Diana Brown of Wells Fargo Commercial Business Banking Group of the Greater Los Angeles Area. We focus on helping the business client achieve their financial goals through financial products that stem from lines of credit to SBA and conventional lending. As a commercial loan officer, I have the ability to see what can best help the client and their business achieve their business financial objectives. Our business banking group is located in Diamond Bar but we handle the G
View this show on the CRE Radio website. Talk about timely! This is the show where we discuss how the whole issue of the Fiscal Cliff will affect Commercial Real Estate. What will happen if Congress avoids the cliff and just kicks the can down the road?What will happen if Congress is unable to do anything by the end of the year?What will happen to the: 15-year depreciation of leasehold improvements Alternative minimum tax relief conservation easements 1031 like-kind exchanges N
Hello folks and thank you for tuning in to another exciting episode of the E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts Webinar. I am your host and E-Discovery Practitioner, Anthony Johnson. In this episode, we will continue our theme on the Litigation Hold or Legal Hold because we have received an abundance of feedback from our listening audience on this topic. And that should very well be the case. The implementation of a "litigation" or "legal" hold is one of the m
This show is a primer for landlords, tenants, property managers, lease administrators and anyone else who deals with commercial leases and the insurance provisions typically found in those leases. In nearly 40 years of lease negotiations and litigation, I’ve found that it’s the insurance provisions in leases that are the least negotiated and understood provisions in commercial leases. Even the attorneys often say “it’s a typical insurance provision.” But what do those insurance provisions really mean? Who do they protect and who might they harm? Once the lease is signed, is there anything the landlord or tenant need to do to ensure that the insurance provisions are fully enforceable and effective? Does a landlord really need a certificate of insurance from the tenant’s insurance carrier? What, if any, benefit does the landlord get from being named an additional insured? Featured Guests
Ira Meislik (Managing Principal, Meislik & Meislik) David B. Ezra (Principal, Berger Kahn)
"Segueway to Success"
Join brent Hamacheck and Tom Kuchan in a replay of a previous show as they provide insight on the Commercial Real Estate Industry and talk about changes that have happened over time, especially between pre-2008 and today.
Our guest, Steve Wolf, has been in the commercial real estate business in Chicago and South Florida since the 1970's and he will share his insights.
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