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Attorney Kirk Stange talks about the concept of peace through strength in family law litigation. This is based off an article written by Mr. Stange on www.familylawheadquarters.com. You can call us at 314-963-4700 or contact us at www.stangelawfirm.com.
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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
Recent high-profile tragedies and violence in the athletic world and sports entertainment industries are adding much concern towards injuries facing so called gladiator athletes.
The medical community at large agrees on the need to protect athletes from the dangers of the “win at all costs” mentality that can lead to serious injuries, that can last a lifetime. Any athletic pursuit involves an injury risk. Obviously, risks differ greatly depending on the chosen activity. High-risk contact sports carry the greatest danger to the athletes well-being and future career aspirations. Dr. David Reiss, a San Diego based psychiatrist and expert witness in the current litigation against the NFL over player concussions wants to see a change in play mentality. Currently players are “encouraged to tolerate pain for the good of the team”. Coaches, parents and teammates also urge players to “get back on the field”, though they may still be in a daze and suffering from a serious head injury.
Dr. David Reiss joins us LIVE to discuss “Gladiators in the 21st century”, on Wednesday, October 30 @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.
Matters not what the needs are of millions of Americans when it comes to the party of the GOP. The GOP has an agenda that looks after the top 1% of the wealthiest of Americans. Namely, the GOP's agenda supports the no taxes desire of the wealthy White men.
The GOP's agenda supports the no litigation desire of the wealthy White men.
The GOP's agenda supports the no regulation desire of the wealthy White men.
Matters not how the elderly, the fatherless, the poor, the working poor, the middle class fairs in the decisions of the GOP / CEOs. The only thing that matters for the GOP is that they continue to do all they can to muddy the waters to assure nothing gets done that benefits the 99% directly.
GOP is happy about the shutdown. The GOP was unhappy about flight delays, and they passed legislation to make themselves happy again. GOP assured their gym services were not interrupted during the government shutdown.
Where's the GOP support to get jobs for Americans.
Where's the GOP support to attain Affordable health care for their constituents?
Where's the GOP support for assuring Veteran's services are timely?
The axis of evil, GOP, ALEC (CEO's), SCOTUS, wrecks America's 99% every chance they get.
“We are family; nothing can tear us apart.” How often have we heard that line mentioned by our brothers, sisters, parents, cousins, aunts, or uncles? And how often is that line tested by the very people that swear nothing could tear your bond apart? If you have a close relationship with anyone, at some point it will be tested … and often it can be tested in the legal arena. Whether it is a will contest, a criminal proceeding, custody issues, or so on, families fight. And with the close relationship, the fight can get dirty. Who else knows your dark secrets but those closest to you? Join your hosts, Bryan Babcock and Seterria Brodnex, as they explore the most common instances where the family dynamic can be broken by litigation. Perhaps anticipating these problems in advance will help prevent the future breakdown of the family unit. Tune in; and be sure to invite your close relatives to the discussion as well. Consider this show an intervention on B.S.’s behalf.
Trials have been described as knife fights with ties. Two lawyers go into a courtroom; one emerges the winner, but both leave with severe battle scars and blood on their hands. That is the name of the game with litigation. The client wants a fight, and we lawyers are paid to deliver it. However, at what point is it more important for lawyers to be counselors rather than advocates? We wear both hats, and sometimes forget that we function as more than well-dressed, well-educated, thugs hired to carry out personal grudges. We are also the voice of reason when the client is so blinded by their own anger that they cannot see the simple solution to their problems before the knife fight begins.
Alternative Dispute Resolution refers to any means of settling disputes outside of litigation. This can range from a mere conference to negotiate issues, to a more formal arbitration, and all the possibilities in between. Join your hosts, Bryan Babcock and Seterria Brodnex, as they show you a whole new way to get the best results for your client BEFORE your day in court. Tune in.
Mike Jacobson @hrterminator talks HR with @bryanwempen @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen @williamtincup and @thehrbuddy The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
Irwin Feinberg Partner at Feinberg Mindel Brandt and Klein and head of the firm’s Litigation Department AJ Leblanc writes for three different monthly magazines for automotive that go into every new car dealership in Canada.Co-authored two books hit amazon best seller list was featured in fast company magazine,one of Americas Premier Business Leaders, leading workshop presenter on video marketing at all the automotive conferences Nell Merlino Founder, President and CEO of Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence, the leading national not-for-profit provider of resources for women to grow their micro businesses into million $ enterprises. She is the creative force behind Take Our Daughters to Work Day Scott Becker publisher of leading hospital magazine Beckers hospital review and chairman of 7th largest healthcare law dept in country at Mcguire woods Dustin & Mariya Oldfather and Adam Linder Top Producing Oldfather Group of Ocean Atlantic Sotheby's Real Estate in Coastal Delaware. They have been able to turn their fondness for the coast into a successful career as real estate professionals
More than 11 million Americans are the victims of identity theft each year. If your personal information is stolen, not only can you be robbed of your money, but your credit rating and reputation can be ruined as well.
Join Legalocity host Jacqueline Crosby, Esq. and guest attorney Bradley Kramer to learn how to protect yourself from identity theft.
New Jersey attorney Jacqueline Crosby practices in the areas of family and employment law in addition to conducting legal seminars and webinars for the public in the areas of divorce, child support and custody, and unemployment compensation law.
Bradley Kramer, M.D., Esq. attended medical school at the University of Illinois and received his law degree from Stanford University Law School. Since 2004 he has strictly practiced litigation with a principal focus on business fraud, breach of contract, entertainment, and cases involving medical- or science-based claims, including those dealing with pharmaceuticals, medical devices, catastrophic personal injury, and medical malpractice.
The Law Offices of Bradley Kramer, M.D., Esq. operates out of California and New York
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
Adam is a lawyer and policy advocate who joined the Demos in November 2011. He focuses on litigation to enforce the National Voter Registration Act and end prison-based gerrymandering; and policy advocacy to promote political equality and democratic fairness through safeguarding the right to vote and curbing the influence of big money on the political process.
Prior to joining Demos, Adam worked on environmental issues with PennPIRG/PennEnvironment; promoted campaign finance reform and election administration reform for U.S. PIRG; and organized to elect progressive candidates in three election cycles with MoveOn PAC and Progressive Future (now Fair Share Alliance).
Adam has lobbied extensively in the Pennsylvania State House and U.S. Congress; written or edited more than a dozen reports on environmental and good government issues; been quoted, published, or featured in leading media outlets such as The New York Times (op-ed Mar. 2002), Washington Post, USA Today, NPR, CNN, CSPAN; and played leadership roles in grassroots electoral campaigns that have made face-to-face contact with hundreds of thousands of voters.
Adam received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 2007 and his B.A. from Duke University in 1998.
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