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Are you in need of a lawyer or any type of legal services, but can not proceed because of the sometimes high cost of legal services ? If so then do yourself a big favor and tune into our podcast with Vincent Richardson, Sr.
Listen in while Vincent share valuable information on how anyone can get access to affordable legal services and for those would are looking to generate extra income he will share with us how to start own or "legal services marketing" business.
Quick Take Ohio: Celebrating 25 Years of Legal Services Dedicated to Helping Children
Kim Brooks Tandy, Executive Director of the Children's Law Center, Inc. (CLC) and Michael Whiteman, CLC Board President, highlight the evolution of CLC, its impact over the years, and discuss the continued need for specialized legal services.
James has worked for a variety of reputable organizations including Deloitte, Dow, Chase, IBM, and The Federal Reserve Bank. Most recently, James wrote an article on Auditing Legal Services, published in the IIA Magazine. Download at www.AvivaSpectrum.com/blog Aviva Spectrum is the premier provider of Internal Audit, SOX compliance, and Risk Management Services in the West Coast. Our goal in creating long-term, strategic partnerships with our clients is to establish efficient internal controls systems simply and effectively that in turn build core strength and efficiency in your corporate structure. James Fargason has conducted legal related services in California, New York, Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Ohio, & Arizona. He is the author of “Legal Services, Auditing the Process,” published by the IIA Research Foundation, and has lectured in Asia, Europe, North America, and Latin America to professionals in his field.
The Klemchuk Kubasta Law Review is a monthly educational Internet radio podcast focused on sharing news, tips and trends in complex legal issues focused in business, technology and innovation. This series features attorneys and guests of Klemchuk Kubasta, LLP, the law firm providing patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright and trade secret services, including litigation, licensing, prosecution and other intellectual property counseling. This is the inaugural episode of the Klemchuk Kubasta Law Review.
Interview questions and topics covered on this show by co-host Darin Klemchuk:
What is intellectual property and how should an individual or business owner approach IP; How Klemchuk Kubasta works with clients with issues in trademark, copyright and patent law; What type of legal matters can arise when an individual has intellectual property registrations; and About the additional areas of law that intersect with IP issues, such as business and technology matters. Darin Klemchuk is the co-founder and managing partner of Klemchuk Kubasta LLP, a Dallas-based IP boutique law firm that offers comprehensive intellectual property legal services, including litigation and enforcement of all forms of intellectual property as well as registration and licensing of patents, trademarks, trade dress and copyrights. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be talking with guest, attorney, Kristal Hall Boone, about online legal services, what it provides and how you can use it for business and personal use. That will be the first half of the show. The last part of the show we will be discussing the Law of Prosperity. So come listen and enjoy.
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager for Life Styles on Monday's. Maria Iliou is Interviewing our special guest: Michelle Morgan Coole share her experiences, Michelle studies in Law and works for MMC Legal services: Nova Scotia Adult Legal Guardianship ..primer on special needs and law
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Over the last 20 years, the availability of voluntary benefits has grown from an anomaly to a strategy for the majority of employers. According Eastbridge Consulting Group, Inc., 54 percent of all employers provided at least one voluntary benefit in 2006. Six years later, that percentage has grown to 77 percent. For Eastbridge, the definition of voluntary benefits only includes life and health benefits where the employee pays 100 percent of the premiums through payroll deduction and there is no direct contribution by the employer. In the 25 years Eastbridge has followed voluntary benefits trends, life and disability insurance remain the first and second most popular products.
But, people like Mike Zarrillo, Vice President of Voluntary Benefits and Business Development for AIG Benefit Solutions, believe an employer's voluntary benefits strategy can go beyond the Eastbridge classification. Zarrillo sees two other categories gaining in popularity in the workplace: value-added benefits such as legal services and pet, home and auto insurance; and "beyond-value-added benefits" that play on the concept of consumerism at work. He's watched some companies give employees access to home-protection products and even home appliance purchases that the employee buys via payroll deduction.
So, if you want to learn more about voluntary benefits and how they may manifest in your workplace, join us as we talk with Mike Zarrillo about the changing landscape of employee benefits.
UTLRadio welcomes you to this episode of Legal Q&A LIVE. On this program we answer our listeners' legal and business questions that have been submitted during the week or are asked during the live show.
As always, we welcome input and feedback from you the listener and we encourage you to join in the conversation by calling the live program at (347) 855-8831 or by contacting us via our social media sites. Links to our various sites are listed on our main website, UTLRadio.com
Please note that this broadcast does not constitute legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship with any of our listeners.
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Attorney Sarah Steele and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.
The audience should know that although Ms. Steele is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a local attorney for any legal advice they may require.
This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.
Tonight we discuss the practice of poaching (and the avoidance thereof) between employers. Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Animation, Pixar and Lucasfilm were named as defendants in a class action lawsuit filed in San Jose, Calif., that alleges the companies sought to suppress wages by agreeing not to poach each other's workers, effectively rendering the employees powerless to leave their job in pursuit of employment at any of the other companies. Tune in and listen as the hosts weigh in on employee’s rights versus the rights of the employers.
Cindy Towerrs founded a company that allows purchasers of legal services to achieve significant value by utilizing lawyers in non- traditional ways.
Adam Simpson, CEO of Easy Office Phone on five myths of cloud-based communications and security.
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An insurance exchange offering the best possiible healthcare insurance options to individuals and small businesses is now available.
Attorney Jarom Bergeson will host this episode of the Mark J. Kohler Show...and it's all about Estate Planning. Jarom will focus on what happens if you don’t do any estate planning (hint: the government WILL get involved), what is necessary in a good estate plan, the difference between a will and a trust, estate taxes, and can be critical to your estate plan. There are options for the right plan that fits your needs.
Email your questions regarding Estate Plans and how to build the proper trust or will for you and your family: Jarom@kkoslawyers.com.
The show will air Tuesday, October 21st. Call 646-200-4285 to listen to the show LIVE at 11am PDT / 12pm PDT, and press the #1 to talk to Jarom.
The pride of the pack when it comes to community broadband business models is the open-access model in which the local government or public utility owns the physical network and private-sector ISPs deliver services to subscribers. It looks like a relatively easy model to pursue, and dozens of communities say this is their preferred option. In reality, making open access work is a monster challenge requiring intense, constant effort.
Mt. Vernon, WA has built a small cadre of ISPs for its open-access fiber network. Information Services Director Kim Kleppe details how they overcame obstacles and seized opportunities to build a successful network that is financially sustainable. Listeners will learn:
why getting the second ISP is the hardest job in the world;
how to set pricing structure
tips for creating win-win situations
marketing tactics that attract ISPs and subscribers
how to keep everyone on the same page
Kleppe and his colleagues have 12 years experience building and refining their open access model. Communities just getting their networks off the ground can really benefit from the lessons of those who've been in the trenches a while.
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