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BUSINESS TALK RADIO is indeed fortunate to welcome back as our special guest Mr. Norman Taylor to discuss “Ethics and Legalities of Credit Information Exchange.”
Norman began life as a Credit Manager on September 30, 1971 as an Office and Credit Manager for a retail store. Has served as a Director or Manager of Credit, accounts receivable, pricing, and billing in a wide variety of industries (apparel, footwear, media, food, lighting, sporting goods, textiles, furniture, carpet, tire and rubber, machinery, and coated films). Also has worked independently as a receivables consultant. Mr. Taylor currently employed by NIIT Media Technologies LLC, Augusta, GA. He served on or chaired numerous Creditor’s Committees in prominent national bankruptcy cases. He was one of 13 authors of Principles of Business Credit, the text from which National Association of Credit Management classes are taught nationwide. He authored several texts or management guides used by various firms (The Pocket Credit Assistant, The Pocket Guide to Credit Insurance, The Pocket Customer Visit). A seminar leader or class instructor on various financial and professional topics involving cash flow analysis (Text: Demystifying the Cash Flow Statement), international credit, public speaking, accounting, business law, and personal finance. Norman served on South Carolina Export Council (U. S. Department of Commerce).
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is sponsored in part by the Credit Management Association (CMA), on of the largest affiliates of the National Association of Credit Management.
Special Guest: Randall E. McMillan Randall E. McMillan has successfully negotiated, drafted and closed numerous complex agreements worth tens of millions of dollars involving some of the most prominent businesses and brands in the world and some of the most notable entertainers and artists of our time such as: Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Ne-Yo, Babyface, Mariah Carey and LL Cool J. He spent the last decade with Universal Music Group's Island Def Jam Music Group where he was responsible for advising creative, financial, production and marketing executives in the business and legal affairs of Def Jam Records, Island Records, Roc-A-Fella Records, Mercury Records, So So Def Records and the Russell Simmons Music Group. Mr. McMillan previously held several positions with BMG Entertainment's RCA Records Label where he was responsible for legal matters involving such diverse and iconic entertainers as Elvis Presley, Duke Ellington, Christina Aguilera, Tyrese, Jim Brickman, John Pizzarelli, Comedian/Actor John Leguizamo and the Foo Fighters. Mr. McMillan has also spent some time in the courtroom. He has appeared in both state and federal courts representing Fortune 500 companies such as Boeing and State Farm Insurance as an Associate in the Business Litigation Department of the New York-based law firm of Rivkin Radler, LLP. Jamit or Slam It is our Official Trademark, , it is how we streamline talent. We let the audience decide if your music is buzz-worthy, enough, to present in front of VP's, A&R's and Industry Insiders. For more information call 954-461-3398
Join me for this episode to learn about the legal considerations as an entrepreneur and/or startup.
Gal is a Practitioner of Foreign Law and brings to Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC) his experience as a global Corporate lawyer focusing on technology companies. Beginning his legal career in Israel, Gal moved his practice to FMC’s cross-border platform in 2010. He represents individual investors and venture capital funds investing in high growth emerging companies, and acts for investors forming technology investment funds. Fluent in four languages, Gal has experience in media, cleantech and life sciences technology transactions in various jurisdictions, including Canada, US, China, Europe and the Middle East. Gal is a legal adviser for entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capital funds and purchasers of new technologies. His areas of industry are consumer web and mobile, data analytics, SaaS, medical devices, drug delivery, energy efficiency and green chemistry.
Gal's Twitter handle @FMC_Technology
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Michelle O Smith is a Member of Team Scorpion She helps military men and women to help them navigate decisions about insurance and military benefits when transitioning to civilian life.
Angela Grant, is a Certified Business analyst at the UWF SBDC and will be discussing the services of the SBDC.
Laura Subel She will be discussing the services provided by the PTAC Office with an emphasis on Veteran owned businesses.
Megan Blancho, Esq is an attorney. She will be discussing the legalities of business entities, wills and trust for business owners.
Deanna Wharwood is the President of Deanna Wharwood and Associates, LLC. Her firm specializes in done for you business plans and assisting military retirees to transition from Military members to small business ownership. http://www.deannawharwood.com
You cannot legally sell a mattress without a label on it, and yet the legalities surrounding food seem to be so onerous towards the little guy and in some strange subsidized and skewed alternate reality are lenient for the big Ag machine. Do not despair, we still have good guys on our side and Pete Kennedy, President of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund is a modern day super hero. If you read our blog, you probably have heard of the early morning SWAT team style raids on the Amish Dairy farmer. In light of that, the best place to start with an introduction of our guest Mr. Pete Kennedy, Esq. is to paraphrase our friend Paul Wheaton, “I used to think that superheroes wore capes, but I guess that in the modern day these defender's of justice trade in their capes for a brief case and defend the little guy against the big machine in court.”
Sit back and contemplate on food and farm freedom with our special guest, Pete Kennedy, the President of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. If you have ever seen the movie Farmaggedon, consider these guys the legal cavalry.
You cannot legally sell a mattress without a label on it, and yet the legalities surrounding food seem to be so onerous towards the little guy and in some strange subsidized and skewed alternate reality are lenient for the big Ag machine. Do not despair, we still have good guys on our side and Pete Kennedy, President of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund is a modern day super hero.
If you read our blog, you probably have heard of the early morning SWAT team style raids on the Amish Dairy farmer. In light of that, the best place to start with an introduction of our guest Mr. Pete Kennedy, Esq. is to paraphrase our friend Paul Wheaton, “I used to think that superheroes wore capes, but I guess that in the modern day these defenders of justice trade in their capes for a brief case and defend the little guy against the big machine in court.”
Sit back and contemplate on food and farm freedom this 4 of July with our special guest, Pete Kennedy, the President of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. If you have ever seen the movie Farmaggedon, consider these guys the legal cavalry.
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Thank you for attending classes with Maria Monica Ortegon for Legal Terminology and Contract Law. In this life we will have many circumstance that we MUST complete to include rental leases, employment contract and agreements, medical forms, etc which all have some form of legal verbiage that requires our signature. This term will offer the details of contract laws in the state of Georgia and assist with understanding legal terminologies associated with contracts.
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This show examines the legalities of the George Zimmerman murder trial and verdict.
Florida Attorney Guest: Nick Martino, Esq., Professor of Legal Studies at Florida State College; Adjunct Professor at Florida Coastal School of Law; Of Counsel at McCabe Law Group.
Disclaimer: This radio show is intended to be for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute legal advice. The law is constantly changing and the information may not be complete or correct depending on the date and your particular legal problem. Each legal problem depends on its individual facts, and different jurisdictions have different laws and regulations. Because of these differences, you should not act or rely on any information in this segment without seeking the advice of a competent attorney, licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction, for your particular problem.
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