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This Vondran Legal Hour legal podcast discusses the role of the "informant" in software audit cases. Some things to consider asking the opposing party (usually an intellectual property law firm) when faced with a voluntary audit:
1. Who is the informant?
2. What information did they give you?
3. We believe confidential trade secrets have been stolen (you are assisting that)
4. Did the informant sign a "declaration" under penalty of perjury?
5. How do you know they are telling the truth?
6. Is there a Civil RICO violation going on?
7. How can I be sure there is actually an "informant" and that this is not an illegal shake-down?
8. What is the "probable cause" evidence you have (this is a cirminal law term we have borrowed because it seems to make sense in softwrae licensing cases)
Call us at (877) 276-5084. Each case has its own factors that must be looked at.
Actor John Heard (Home Alone, Home Alone 2, Big...) & Actor Louis Lombardi (24, The Sopranos, The Usual Suspects, Natural Born Killers…) joins us on The Matthew Aaron Show this Wednesday (11/25) as we broadcast live from Chicago starting at 6pm PT / 8pm CT.
John joins us to discuss his career, the 25th anniversary of HOME ALONE and much more.
Louis, our good friend and show favorite, will be with us to talk about his new Youtube food series CHEAT DAY.
Show starts at 6pm PT (8pm CT / 9pm ET). Stream it live from our website or subscribe for free and download the show on iTunes. You can also listen on the go on your Android/iPhone/iPad device via Stitcher.
We are meeting with Amir Asor, CEO and founder E2 Young Engineers. E2 Young Engineers enrichment programs adopt a rational edutainment (the combination of education and entertainment) approach. E2 Young Engineers have developed a variety of different programs that can be used to teach the most important subjects. Children joining their educational community can learn and enjoy the likes of arithmetic, physics, and mechanical and software engineering. E2 Young Engineers have developed special programs and workshops suited to children at both ends of the learning spectrum, from gifted children to those with learning disabilities. Unlike traditional teaching methods, our use of stories, experiments and demonstrations ensures that all children joining our enrichment programs will learn while they have fun. In fact, they’ll have so much fun they may not even realize they’re learning.
Open used to be simply the opposite of closed, however, in the digital age that is no longer exactly true. Many people think that when it comes to software and instructional materials, open means free. Well, it is not that simple as there are many ways to define Open. In this show we will explore the business models that involve Open content and the many dimensions of what it means to be Open. We’ll discuss how existing publishers can join the Open movement and the emerging business models around Open.
Guests at the table:
Kathy Perkins, Director of PhET Interactive Simulations at University of Colorado Boulder
Randy Reina, Working at the crossroads of educational technology, systems interoperabilty, and organizational development
Marc Oswald, Co-founder and CEO of Open Assessment Technologies (OAT)
Hour one: News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities!
Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
Hour two: Savant. George Katsiris, Director of Product Management
Savant is a recognized leader in the field of home control and automation. Savant was founded in 2005 with the goal of providing the best experience in home automation. To them, that means products that are inventive, easy to use, and future-friendly, so their customers will be able to enjoy them for years. As the first home automation company to embrace mobile technology, they understood early that the customer experience could extend beyond the home and open up new possibilities for control. Over the years, their technology has evolved and their company has grown, but their goal remains the same. Savant has become the home automation brand of choice for the world's most luxurious homes, castles, and even yachts—and now, with their newest product line, they're making the experience available to everyone.
Don Charlton is the founder and CEO of Jazz, a venture-backed performance recruiting platform that helps more than 3,000 employers optimize how and who they hire. Don blended his love of fine art with software engineering by earning a BFA in Design from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1999. Over a decade, he established himself as an award-winning interactive designer, software engineer and motivational public speaker. In 2009, Don launched Jazz as its sole founder, eventually growing the company into a multi-millon dollar venture and one of the region’s fastest growing businesses. Included in Entrepreneur Magazine’s list of “100 Brilliant Companies,” Jazz has been widely heralded as an innovative, essential product for businesses that need to hire. Every day, thousands of employers trust Jazz's innovative approach to hiring, including some of the worlds fastest-growing companies and both 2012 presidential campaigns. Don is dedicated to inspiring young minds from all communities to not just work for great companies, but rather each to build their own great company. Most recently, he was a Regional Finalist for the 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Competition, and Business Insider named him as one of the 25 most influential African-Americans in Technology.
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Tonight’s show will showcase information about the National Minority Trucking Association and insight on the overall trucking industry from Mr. Kevin Reid, Founder & CEO of NMTA. In addition, this week’s guest will be Bryan Hinson Product Manager at TruckLogics, a transportation technology company. We will be discussing software and technology for small trucking companies.
The program all about TV. Our guests: Academy Award-nominated writers Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby (Children Of Men/Iron Man), now executive producers-writers on The Expanse, Syfy's new original drama launching December 14, and Chris Daniel, senior product manager of Nvidia's Shield, a device which makes TVs smart to showcase Android applications.
Hour one: Bee2Bee Network. Yasmine P. Clarke, Founder and President
The Bee2Bee Network is a free program to all participants and was created to provide hands-on STEM based internship and apprenticeship opportunities for the sole purpose of introducing young professionals to coding, software engineering/product development and the Agile Software Development Methodology in a real-world digital agency environment. As part of this comprehensive program, students are given the opportunity to earn stipends, hardware, software and scholarships to aid in their school expenses and reduce their student loan debt while building their resumes with industry relevant, proven and demonstrated skillsets. The Bee2Bee Network’s university and high school partnerships also allow students to receive high school and college credit for their participation in the program.
Hour two: EdgeWave. Mike Walls, Managing Director, Security Operations
EdgeWave's mission is to enable enterprises to confidently embrace the cloud-connected world. They do this by providing simple but highly effective data security and advanced threat protection in bundled solutions that are affordable, scalable and easy to use. EdgeWave delivers Protection, via sandboxing and the world’s most accurate URL classification service, Privacy, by ensuring your data is encrypted in the cloud, in motion and at rest, and Policy, by enabling and enforcing granular network policy management at the individual user level.
Al Diaz and co-host Mitch Russo share their insights on The Invisible Organization.
Monday, November 23rd 10am PST
In 1985, Mitch Russo co-founded Timeslips Corp, which grew to become the largest time tracking software company in the world. In 1994, Timeslips Corp was sold to Sage, plc. While at Sage, Mitch went on to run all of Sage U.S. as Chief Operating Officer, a division with 300 people with a market cap in excess of $100M.
Mitch was nominated for Inc. Magazine’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” on two separate occasions, 1989 and 1991 and Won “Best Entrepreneur” in 1989, from a list of 4,000 other entries by The National Association of Legal Vendors.
Mitch joined long time friend Chet Holmes as President, later to join forces with Tony Robbins and together created Business Breakthroughs, Int'l, a company serving thousands of businesses a year with coaching, consulting and training services. Mitch was the President and CEO.
After the untimely death of Chet, Mitch left Business Breakthroughs to help others build their business as a consultant specializing in working with call centers with large volume lead flow, and helping coaching organizations scale.
In 2013, Mitch began writing “The Invisible Organization” which is the CEO’s guide to transitioning a traditional brick and mortar company into a fully virtual organization. www.InvisibleOrganization.com
To contact Al Diaz personally: email@example.com