• 00:17

    E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Wrongful Termination

    in Legal

    Electronic evidence has been described as e-mails, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio, video, or any other content that has metastasized in a digital format.  In a wrongful termination situation, the fact-finding process will require you to uncover electronic evidence, especially if you are engaged in an employment discrimination case involving a charge of racial or age discrimination.


    You may file a charge of employment discrmination with the EEOC office closest to where you live, or at any one of the EEOC's 53 field offices.  Your charge, however, may be investigated at the EEOC office closest to where the discrimination occurred.  If you are a U.S. citizen working for an American company overseas, you should file your charge with the EEOC field office closest to your employer's corporate headquarters.


    Usually, you only have 180 days to file your claim.  Once you file the claim, you should also send a "LEGAL HOLD" or LITIGATION HOLD" notice to the opposing party.  A legal hold is a directive and an ongoing process to preserve "electronically stored information" (ESI), documents or physical evidence pertaining to your situation.  Your employer would be required to save any ESI that may be relevant to your charge.


    Tune in to our E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for Wrongful Termination Training Webinar on Wednesday, January 29, 2014, @ 12 Noon, by visiting www.ediscoverynow.net.  Click on the Webinar for Wrongful Termination and pay the entrance fee and you will receive the PASSWORD to gain access to the Webinar.  The Webinar will teach you how to draft a Legal Hold, Rule 26(f) Memorandum, and furnish you with the E-Discovery forms necessary to obtain responsive electronic evidence for your case.


    Visit our website at www.ediscoverynow.net for more information on E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts for whatever your situation may be.

  • 00:30

    ROBOTZ OF THE COMPANY - E2: Termination Day

    in Entertainment

    ROBOTZ OF THE COMPANY


    EPISODE #053 - E2: Termination Day 


    Written by Vince Stadon


    Rated U - for Universal Audiences!


    Zimmy and Sphinx attempt to stay alive as the Enforcer continues its pursuit! Can they rely on help from Shin Wipe and Boffin? Or will it be the end for everyone?! Meanwhile, Mechanto is dead AGAIN! Is there any hope for the poor little guy? (Duration: 29:00)


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  • 01:53

    Blood Quantum -Termination Policy -

    in Culture

    Ms. Felter said, “We have put lawsuit after lawsuit in the courts and we have been kicked out each time. We don’t have any income so we’ve had to do this on donations from our people who are not rich.
    After years and years of struggles to regain what we lost, our lands, gas, oil, minerals, and our identity, we are fed up. My people are old and tired, our babies on the rolls are now in their early 60s and I have seen horror stories you could never imagine that has happened to my people. I told my kids the hardest fight I ever had to fight was to be who I am and who I was born, an American Indian.”
    She added, “When your own tribe is kicking you in the teeth because they don’t want to share with you, it’s pretty damned hard.”
    The 490 terminated Ute Indians said no to termination. And yet because they were of mixed-blood, they were singled out for termination while the rest full bloods of the Ute Tribe were not.
    In 1975, Congress set up the American Indian Policy Review Commission headed by Senator James Abourezk of South Dakota and Congressman Lloyd Meeds of Washington. Task Force Ten, under this Commission, was headed by Jo Jo Hunt with members, John Stevens, Robert V. Bojarcas and George E. Tomer. Their job was to investigate “Terminated and Non Federally Recognized American Indians and the effects of Termination. 
    They visited the Ute Reservation and named the 490 terminated mixed-bloods “The Terminated Uinta Band of Utes of Utah.” The Task Force determined that “Termination was another “experiment” however ill-conceived and destructive with no controls and no provisions for reversal. Termination was not initiated by the Indians, was not adequately understood by them and was not for the most part “not consented by them.”
     

  • 01:31

    Grand Ronde Termination and History

    in Current Events

    We welcome Grand Ronde scholar Dr. David Lewis to the show to discuss Grand Ronde termination issues; and visit with Grand Ronde Elder and Elder Committee member Gladys Hobbs.

  • 00:47

    Getting Fired! How I Handled a Wrongful Termination!

    in Lifestyle

    I have worked for a company for 9 months and given 100%. I have risen to #2 in sales in the company in that time and today I was met with a bit if life changing news, "Your fired." My boss, this giant of a Texan staring at be in from Dallas no way that meeting was going to be congratualtory like it should have been BUT it was a firing. A series of events took place that in my mind after going back through the playbook can only scratch my head in wonder and ask why does a company fire a rising star and the #2 sales guy generating 17% of the companies annualized revenue? I see I was wrongfully terminated because a person's ego and attitude and pride got in the way of sound business. I could have handled it 2 ways, one argued my case and go on a rant at why he was wrong and get mad and huff and puff or handle it the way i did. That is what I am saving for the show tonight plus I really want to announce some good news that sprang forth from the firing and also encourage and of you who may be dealing with tough work environments or maybe you too got fired or are facing that reality. Join me for an hour of power in the love of the Lord and enjoy a break through show tonight!

  • 00:31

    CityTalk Talks about the 1.2 Million Dollar Settlement

    in Politics

    Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will discuss the latest civic affairs in the City of Moreno Valley. This show will talk about the 1.2 million dollar settlement to wrongly terminated employees. We will also recap the 2/10/2015 City Council meeting and go ovewr the agenda for the 2/17/2015 study session.

  • 02:04

    KONSCIOUS VIBES PRESENTS: THE BOMBING OF TULSA, OKLAHOMA 1921

    in Education

    KONSCIOUS VIBES W/HOST Rahme'el El Bey PRESENTS: THE DESTRUCTION OF TULSA, OKLAHOMA'S BLACK WALLSTREET/LITTLE AFRICA.  Join us tonight as we discuss the bombing and destruction of one of the most prosperous Asiatic communities, post our enslavement.  We will answer such questions as were did the people come from that made up the Tulsa Oklahoma community of Moors.  We will speak about there economic base and speak about it destruction and final termination and how that was caused.  Then we will speak about how to go about rebuilding these structures within our own neighborhoods today.  

  • 00:59

    CJP Training Series - View from the Parent's Attorney

    in Education

    A View from the Parent's Attorney.  Tim Cotton, Esq., a parent's attorney from Casper, Wyoming, will present an overview of his advocacy on behalf of parents when appointed to represent them in child abuse/neglect and termination of parental rights cases in Wyoming. He will talk about what a parent attorney does from the time of appointment through the various stages of the case to its conclusion. The outcomes range from the child’s reunification with his/her parents to termination of parental rights. He will address his various approaches, alternating between an adversarial role to team building role depending on the stage of the case: Shelter Care hearing, Review hearings, Permanency hearings and the Termination of Parental Rights hearing. The audience will learn about 1) the ethical and legal responsibilities of the attorney representing the parents in these cases; 2) what to expect at the various stages; 3) the reasons for the various strategies; and 4) approaches and how they impact the course of the case and strive to achieve the best outcomes for the family.

  • 02:01

    WEDNESDAY WITH WIT

    in Politics

    Program Date: 04 Feb. 2015


    Segment Summary:  1st Hour - “This Way Out” the international gay and lesbian radio magazine. (30 min.)


    U.S. Republicans board a ship of fools with harbingers of hate, but true love speaks up in "Gay Conversations With God"; Mormons swap non-discrimination for religious exemption, Idaho lawmakers bounce a bias ban for the ninth year, an "outed" Chinese worker sues for wrongful termination, Nigerian birthday party guests are busted for "planning a gay wedding", but an Egyptian appeals court formally clears "debauched" gay bathhouse arrestees, and more LGBT news from around the world.


    Then Amanda Marcotte’s outstanding “RH Reality Cast” from the vital news web site RH Reality Check. (30 min. ca.)


    Segment Summary #365: On this episode of Reality Cast, Andrea Grimes discusses her new column for RH Reality Check. In another segment, host Amanda Marcotte looks at reactions to House Republicans yanking a bill banning abortions at 20 weeks at the last minute.


    2nd Hour: Alex Smith's Radio Ecoshock latest: Dr. James White, Arctic specialist at U of Colorado, says abrupt climate shifts happened in the past, happen now, and will come again. Huge changes possible. Then UK psychotherapist Ro Randall on how to talk to a denier. Clip of Robert Kennedy Jr. on coal.


     

     

  • 01:58

    Can Supporting Protests and Causes Cost You Your Job?

    in Current Events

    We all have certain causes that we support – Whether it’s the recent protests against police violence, harassments or killing of unarmed citizens, or even the cruelty of animals.  But what if your support to the causes or beliefs could cost you your job? 


    Dr. Misee Harris, you may know her as the “Black Bachelorette”, is one of those people who paid the cost of supporting the protests against the killing of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.  Dr. Harris is going to share with us her experiences when the work place can try to dictate what you support in an open arena. 


    Also, we are so pleased to have Actor, Dennis LA White, join us again.  If you can remember, Dennis and Actor Cherie Johnson were racially profiled and harassed during a vacation to South Carolina.  Since he and Cherie’s encounter, we’re going to get his reaction to the recent “No Indictments”, and what these decisions mean to those in the entertainment industry.   


    Join us on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, at our NEW TIME, 8:00pm PST/ 10:00pm CST/ 11:00pm EST.


    Listen and be a part of the conversation by calling (646)200-3148.  Or listen online and join the chatroom conversation at:  http://www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hot-topics-talk-radio.html


    *The Hot Topics Talk Radio Network is sponsored by Shades of Afrika (Corona & Long Beach)

  • 00:35

    Business, Debt & Marriage

    in Legal

    All too often people confuse their responsibility for debts incurred by one spouse of the other.  Responsibility for debts owed are not only premised on the State in which you reside, but, also on whether the debt was incurred before, during or even after the termination of a marriage.  Hence, if your business is not protected, it too can be the subject of debt collection between the spouses, or even a source of debt that can affect the personal assets of the family.  In this show, Bill and Rick put a defining perspective on when, how, and under what conditions, incurred debts may be jointly "owned".

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