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Thomas S. Clay is a principal of Altman Weil, Inc. With 30 years of experience consulting to the legal profession, he is an acknowledged expert on law firm management principles and is a trusted advisor to law firms throughout the U.S. and Canada. He heads consulting assignments in strategic planning, law firm management, organization, law firm mergers and acquisition, and is a thought-leader on the key issues of law firm practice group strategy and leadership. Clay is the co-author of Altman Weil's highly-regarded annual industry survey, Law Firms in Transition.
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What do 40% of Malpractice Claims Have to do With You? We will be discussion how today's clients, now more than ever, have high expectations when it comes to communications and the technology made specifically for law firms that can exceed your client's expectations.
Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm, PC talks about an article on Family Law Headquarters dated March 7, 2015 titled: Profesisonal Courtesy Is Important. This is an important topic that comes up in many divorce and family law cases.
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Work zones pose challenges for drivers. When drivers come to a work zone they need to understand the messages that they are receiving from signs, roadway devices, and other visual cues that create the need for them to change their driving behavior. In today’s distracted environment, physical changes to the roadway such as reduced lane width, abrupt lane shifts and short interstate ramps can complicate driving.
Work zones pose challenges for emergency responders. Often work zones create confined spaces for emergency responders to do their own work in. In some cases, crews have to respond in the opposite direction of travel, they have to gain access to work areas, and they have to be sure to pre-stage equipment. Coordinating with construction crews is a secret to success and the Iowa Department of Transportation has tapped into this secret.
In this episode of TIM Network Podcasts, John Wilson with the Iowa Department of Transportation will talk about their Traffic Critical Projects Program.
Keith and Naomi will discuss the fallout from Indiana Governor Mike Pence signing the state's anti-gay law. They will also discuss Harry Reid retiring, and other important news from the week.
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Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed anti-gay bill SB 101 into law, legalizing discrimination against LGBT people in Indiana. This comes just a week before Indianapolis hosts the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four. What is the best response to the new law? And what can be done at the Final Four to take action?
Michael Sam was in Phoenix for the Veteran Combine last weekend. His 40 time wasn't great, but he looked good, more fluid, running the drills. What's the next step for the openly gay football player?
On the March 26, 2015 episode of Liberal Dan Radio:
Ted Cruz has announced his candidacy. I will explain why he shouldn't be President because of one simple fact. I will also explain why that one simple fact has nothing to do with his place of birth.
Indiana and California are dealing with some very disturbing anti-gay legislation. I will go into each of those topics and give my opinion on them.
I will also be talking to my fellow Disney freak Kaden. Kaden lives in Florida and is very concerned about a new bathroom law that is being pushed in Florida and the impact it would have on transfolk like himself.
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Povery makes people suspicious and the residents of Villa Azul who live in the crossroads of the San Fernando Valley are no different. An influx of Section 8 recipients have invaded the lot, some with life skills and some with life perils. Some of the tenants are jovial comrades while others are plotting Sherlocks, wondering when the schizophrenic onsite manager will uproot their fragile existence next. Aram, a quiet man, who resides in 2B seems to be a steady man with few external interests. When the apple cart of Villa Azul is uncovered, the whole tenancy issue may backfire and no one will survive the wrath of the management and housing authority.
A-LO-HA! Greetings and welcome everyone, I’m Lana inviting you to enjoy another session of Dah Coconut Wireless … broadcasting from Station Aloha in the Pacific Northwest. Good morning … good afternoon … or good evening!
As spiritual warriors, the path that we walk on is narrow … and it is constrained by three kapus, three sacred directives. Since you have reached that place of knowing, I can offer these kapus to you.
Love all that you see—with humility. In order to love all that we see, this can only come from a place of humility.
Live all that you feel—with reverence. When we live what we feel—what the mythologist Joseph Campbell meant when he said ‘follow your bliss’—this leads us inexorably toward reverence, an active sense of respect. This is the foundation stone of indigenous mind.
Know all that you possess—with discipline. And when we know all that we possess—and this includes what possesses us—we find our self-discipline. We cannot walk the sacred path without discipline. This is where so many spiritual seekers as well as teachers have stumbled.
When we come from the place of humility, we connect with the energy of compassion. This allows us to experience the power of aloha—of love.
When we practice acceptance and live what we feel, we are drawn inexorably toward reverence, an active respect for everyone and everything we encounter in life.
And through knowing what we possess, we find our discipline. And in order to discover who we are as well as where we are, self-discipline is essential, because without it, we cannot progress.
We begin to explore the Law of One, then we'll embark on a Self-Healing Ritual, a Ho'oponopono with the many selves that are YOU.