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Presenting Bankruptcy Concepts To Juries,” The Bankruptcy Strategist with Sarah Rathke is our guest on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Sarah Rathke is a trial lawyer specializing in manufacturing litigation, particularly complex supply chain disputes. She has argued and tried cases on behalf of manufacturers in forums throughout the US. Her clients include foreign, domestic, and multi-national manufacturing entities. Her skills include a deep understanding of the process of bringing highly engineered products to market and conveying that understanding to judges and juries. Sarah has litigated supply chain disputes involving automotive, aerospace, medical, construction and office products. She has also litigated trade secret disputes involving manufactured products and cases involving the purchase and sale of manufacturing entities.#applecapital #applecapitalgroup #thecorebusinessshow #timjacquet #sarahrathke
Legal Blacksmith: How to Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes with Sarah Rathke is our guest on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet.The book will be the only book on the market that focuses on strengthening supply chain issues from both a legal and a practical perspective. She also says, " My co-author and I wrote this book because in my job, I deal with a lot of disputes that could easily have been avoided, and there was no book out that addressed these issues. What I generally do is litigation in the supply chain context. While I don’t want to put myself out of business, I sympathize deeply with companies that are forced to incur major legal or business expenses to address supplier and customer relationship issues that have become “big problems” where intervention at an earlier stage would have saved a lot of the heartache."
Sarah Rathke is a trial lawyer specializing in manufacturing litigation, particularly complex supply chain disputes. She has argued and tried cases on behalf of manufacturers in forums throughout the US. Her clients include foreign, domestic, and multi-national manufacturing entities. Her skills include a deep understanding of the process of bringing highly engineered products to market and conveying that understanding to judges and juries. Sarah has litigated supply chain disputes involving automotive, aerospace, medical, construction and office products. She has also litigated trade secret disputes involving manufactured products and cases involving the purchase and sale of manufacturing entities.#applecapital #applecapitalgroup #thecorebusinessshow #timjacquet #sarahrathke
For more information, go to http://www.squiresanders.com/sarah_rathke/
Folks in this episode of the Christian Warrior network the Oblong Table Crew will discuss anger but, in a unique classification of it. that being as it relates to avoidance
The biblical reference to this topic will be from the book of Colossians Chapter 3, Verse 8.
So make sure to log in to this segment of the Christian Warrior Network here on the Holy See of Antioch Celtic Cross Radio Network Saturday at 6:00 PM (EST) on Blog Talk Radio
AFTER PRISON: WHO’S THERE TO HELP?
The United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other nation, with a jail and prison population that increased from 200,000 to a staggering 2.3 million in the past 40 years. But what happens to all those people after they serve their time and go back into their communities? Not surprisingly, the barriers to living after incarceration are staggering. They face employment discrimination, denial of public benefits and food stamps for their families, exclusion from housing, and let’s not forget that even voting rights are taken away for some.
So what do we do to help make sure these folks don’t return to crime and are able to build their lives?
An organization called “Root and Rebound” in California is helping former prisoners with social support, legal services, education, training, advocacy and litigation.
Our guests this week are Katherine Katcher, founder and executive director of the program, who earned her law degree from UC Berkeley, and Sonja Tonnesen, deputy director at Root & Rebound. These women will join us to talk about the problems and social issues surrounding those released from prison and share some of their successes and ideas for helping the formerly incarcerated rejoin society.
If you are considering filing a lawsuit or have been named as a defendant in a pending litigation case, it is important to be aware of alternative methods to resolve the conflict besides trial. Mediation and arbitration are alternative ways to resolve lawsuits – This podcast with Lance Ziebell will explore both alternatives, explaining each, how they work and the benefits.
Join us as we delve into the faculties of litigation, abritration, laws, codes, legalease etc......We learning and teaching tonight ! Join us as we welcome our special guest Derrick I'manevachange as the lecturer for this topic.....Call In (323) 870-3897 or Log In blogtalkradio.com/usot
in Self Help
The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.
This week's conversation will focus on the meaning and purpose of grief.
Often we see loss and grief as pointless difficult and an interruption in our perception of life.
This can lead to avoidance behavior, depression, and victimization.
Today we will explore the place grief and loss have in our lives and the paradox it presents to us.
Disputes have existed as long as there have been people. Ways to resolve disputes have also existed just as long. But now, technology has made some of the oldest ways to resolve disputes new again and better than ever! Now you can settle differences with other people or businesses without ever leaving your home, office or business.
Mark Norych manages the operations of Arbitration Resolution Services, Inc., and oversees the experienced litigators, judges, and magistrates who make up the panel of arbitrators. He is also responsible for managing the company’s Arb-IT™ arbitration system.
For more than 30 years, Norych has been involved in the collection, litigation, and arbitration of claims on behalf of insurance, car rental, and other major industries. He has also coordinated and supervised litigation on a national and global level.
Norych is a frequent lecturer and sought-after professional speaker. He has provided seminars and workshops at several Fortune 500 companies on topics ranging from best practices for corporate operations to specific topics related to federal and state regulations and laws and their effect on company models and procedures.
The CFPB, which was established under the auspices of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, codified at Pub. L. 111-203, 124 Stat. 1376-2223, issued new mortgage servicing rules that went into effect as of January 10, 2014.
Under the new rules, a mortgage servicer cannot initiate a foreclosure until 120 days after you fall behind in payments. Also, the servicer cannot start the foreclosure process if a loss mitigation application is pending.
What this means folks is that if you submit a complete loss mitigation application to your mortgage servicer after the foreclosure has started, but more than 37 days before a foreclosure sale, the servicer must stop the foreclosure proces until:
1. The servicer informs you that you are not eligible for any loss mitigation options (and any appeal you make has been exhausted);
2. You reject the workout option that the servicer offers to you, or
3. You accept a workout, but fail to comply with the terms of the deal (such as not making payments during a trial modification)
To find out more about the CFPB's new mortgage servicing rules, visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net or call 888-502-0586 to speak with and E-Discovery Specialist.
in Real Estate
Our latest Podcast covers a much more serious issue for many home owners....bankruptcy. Join The Coaching Chics and our special guest Robert Pope as we explore a topic we hope you never need to learn more about.
Robert Pope has been successfully practicing law in the D.C. metro area for over 13 years. Robert graduated from the George Mason University School of Law in 2001, passing the Virginia bar shortly thereafter and gaining admittance to practice in Maryland in 2012. Prior to law school, Robert received a B.S. in Marketing Management from Virginia Tech in 1997. Currently Robert is the Founder of Robert S. Pope, PLLC. Roberts's law practice includes all aspects of residential and commercial real estate transactions as well as civil litigation and bankruptcy law. Robert provides extensive real estate legal knowledge by regularly conducting seminars for the benefit of members of the public, Realtors and Brokers.
Q: So I've heard that filing for bankruptcy ruins your credit for 8 years and makes it impossible to get a credit card or buy anything without paying cash, is this true?
Q: But how do I rebuild credit, if I file for bankruptcy, what company would possibly give me a credit card?
Q: But that doesn't make any sense, if I file bankruptcy, I've just done the single worst thing I can possibly do to my credit, what idiot is going to give me a credit card?
Q: So I can get these credit cards, what happens to my credit score?
Q: Okay, but when you file for bankruptcy, don't you have to give up all your assets?
Q: So how do I find out more?
Join host Barbie O'Connor for this MoneySmarts4u show about working with an attorney. She will share with you her thoughts on when you need to hire an attorney, the fees involved, what to expect when you work with an attorney, and firing an attorney. In addition, she will discuss interrogatories, depositions, drafting of directives to physicians, wills and other estate planning documents.
Email any questions to email@example.com. For more information check out the website at www.moneysmarts4u.com. Buy the book MoneySmarts4u: The Basics on Amazon. Subscribe to the show.
As your business grows and you decide to accept new employees, it becomes ever so crucial for <em>both</em> employees <em>and</em> employers to understand how to avoid, handle, and even to pursue or defend claims of discrimination and/or retaliation in the workplace. In this show, Bill and Rick explore the relationship between employer and employee and how specifically claims are to be addressed under both State and Federal law if they do arise, and what can and should be done prior to the onset of litigation.