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Legal Talk Network On the Road covers the latest conferences, bar meetings, industry events, and trade shows. Recorded live from the conference room floor, our hosts interview bar presidents, committee and section chairs, and other leaders to offer an exclusive look at the biggest events in legal, as well as what is on the horizon for those who practice law.
 
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Jared wants to know—how’s your intake process working for you? If you’re like a lot of law firms, with potential leads just quietly slipping into a black hole… you’re doing it wrong. Just so incredibly wrong. Tune in for Jared’s easy, effective client intake tips. Next up, Chelsea Aitken joins Jared to chat about modern phone systems and the import…
 
We talk about misbehaving lawyers a lot, but there must be a full moon (per statute a moon "at least 95 percent wholly spherical when measured by appropriate telescopic instruments") or something for lawyers right now because they're wild this week! We've got Biglaw attorneys injecting food with blood, lawyers waving loaded guns around over COVID p…
 
Back in May of this year, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law Texas Senate Bill 8, better known as SB 8, one of the most restrictive abortion bills in the nation. SB 8 went into effect on September 1st, 2021, after the US Supreme Court refused to strike it down. Since then, the constitutionality of SB 8 has come into question, and the potent…
 
We may not give much thought to how trademark laws affect our daily lives, but the Lanham Act has played a huge role in protecting us as consumers. How? Rocky Dhir welcomes intellectual property experts Joe Cleveland and Craig Stone to discuss the evolution of trademark law and its functions in our economy. They also honor Texas Congressman Fritz L…
 
Guest Kenneth Feinberg was appointed by President George W. Bush to administer the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund after one of our greatest tragedies. In a very special episode of Workers’ Comp Matters, he shares how his team raced to administer $7.1 billion to families and victims of the 2001 terror attacks. Feinberg compares the unique, …
 
Priori is an online platform known for using data and technology to connect in-house legal teams with lawyers and law firms who can assist with a wide variety of projects. But Basha Rubin, CEO and co-founder at Priori, says the company noticed that clients were sometimes turning to its online marketplace for help with problems that “might be best s…
 
Priori is an online platform known for using data and technology to connect in-house legal teams with lawyers and law firms who can assist with a wide variety of projects. But Basha Rubin, CEO and co-founder at Priori, says the company noticed that clients were sometimes turning to its online marketplace for help with problems that “might be best s…
 
We talk about misbehaving lawyers a lot, but there must be a full moon (per statute a moon "at least 95 percent wholly spherical when measured by appropriate telescopic instruments") or something for lawyers right now because they're wild this week! We've got Biglaw attorneys injecting food with blood, lawyers waving loaded guns around over COVID p…
 
Ever think you aren’t good enough or smart enough and it’s only a matter of time before you’re found out? Or do you secretly believe you’re just lucky and not talented at all? It’s called “imposter syndrome” and professional women are its most common victims. Megan, Elizabeth, Liz, and Erica reveal their own vulnerabilities and talk about how we ca…
 
You throw down the gloves in the courtroom. But when the trial is over, should you still maintain an adversarial relationship with opposing counsel? Defense attorney Tim Gearin sits down with Erich Vieth and Plaintiff Attorney Tim Cronin of the Simon Law Firm to discuss why keeping cordial relationships across the aisle is not only the polite thing…
 
Legal Services Corporation President Ron Flagg discusses how the COVID pandemic is deepening the opioid crisis and complicating the lives of persons in recovery with: - Brandon George, Director of Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition - Mishka Terplan, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Friends of Research Institute; MSP Staff Physician at the University of C…
 
With ongoing concerns about COVID-19 and new uncertainty arising from the Delta variant, many attorneys are feeling stuck, unsure how and when to move forward in both their personal and professional lives. So, how can lawyers and law firms alike start recovering from these months of added stress? Molly Ranns and JoAnn Hathaway talk with Laura Mahr …
 
The idea of “productizing” legal services may seem like a fad, but really the concept of turning something you’ve created into a useful tool for clients has been around for longer than you might realize. Tom taps into Dennis’ expertise, asking questions to get a deeper look at the history of legal service productization and learning how modern lawy…
 
Britney Spears' legal battle over the conservatorship that put her under the control of her father brought international attention to the conservatorship system. But many other rich and famous people have–appropriately or not–also found themselves in the grips of a system that is much more easy to enter than to leave. In Twilight Man: Love and Ruin…
 
In light of the Supreme Court's abortion ruling, we talk about the nature of the mysterious shadow docket and how it's been transformed over the last few years. The dismantling of Roe is in full swing, reigniting Court expansion talk, which we think is a bad move. Joe and Kathryn also check in on the annual law school scholarly impact ratings to se…
 
Britney Spears' legal battle over the conservatorship that put her under the control of her father brought international attention to the conservatorship system. But many other rich and famous people have–appropriately or not–also found themselves in the grips of a system that is much more easy to enter than to leave. In Twilight Man: Love and Ruin…
 
Opposing counsel is leading his witness, again. You’ve pointed out speaking objections but he just won’t stop. What do you do? This instructive discussion features verbatims from actual depos where the objections were effective. Learn new strategies to regain control of your depo, and learn when, and when not to push the nuclear option of calling t…
 
As corporations become more powerful and pervasive, individuals are finding it harder to protect their products and intellectual properties. Tony Simon shares anti-trust insights from his 30 years of business litigation experience with The Simon Law Firm and discusses tactics, pitfalls, and some of the more secretive practices of major corporations…
 
We know you’re a lawyer, so what? That’s not enough. What makes you stand out? Gyi and Conrad share tips on making your practice stand out in a country awash in lawyers. Know the difference between simple branding and real positioning. Also, a BIG change is coming to Google searches. It’s driving SEO specialists nuts. Plus, new findings from Clio s…
 
COVID-19 and its variants have made the return-to-normal very difficult whether you’re talking about work, worship, or schools. Many dispute the proper course of mandates when it comes to vaccines and masks but where does that leave us? Can employers force employees to mask up or vax up? Expert lawyers Jerry Cutler, the Senior Vice President and Ge…
 
As students across the country return to classrooms, the controversy surrounding masks has reached a fever pitch. In at least 14 states, lawsuits have been filed either for or against masks in schools. This has led to protests, litigation, and even violence. Just this week, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights launched investi…
 
Patrick Palace joins us today and discusses how he’s created a successful firm that can run on the day to day without him. He shares how he spends some of his extra time & how he got to where he is today. Thanks to Postali, Rankings.io, and TextExpander for sponsoring this episode.Oleh Legal Talk Network
 
Big firms are experimenting with hybrid and flexible office models in the hopefully waning days of COVID. And there's a lot of momentum behind transitioning this into a permanent 3- or 4-day work week long term. Except there are some of you out there screwing this up for the rest of us and intentionally not getting the vaccine in an effort to stay …
 
Enlisting men as allies is a great way to expand awareness of women’s issues and level the playing field for inclusion and understanding. Tune in to this eye-opening discussion and learn how, and why, you should actively engage in treating men as allies instead of adversaries.Oleh Legal Talk Network
 
Shortcuts never work out. Make a list of 20 ways you can lose your case. And It's okay to trust opposing counsel until you catch them lying, then never trust them again. These are just a few of Alvin Wolff’s tried and true rules from real life courtroom experiences. Tune in for Rules 21 through 40 and we guarantee you’ll find at least one idea that…
 
Initial prospect consultations are lost hours if the prospect doesn’t become a client. Guest Theophan McKenzie is a professional sales consultant who helps attorneys and law firms across the country learn a better way to stop wasting time and stop letting prospects walk out the door. McKenzie’s innovative, nontraditional sales techniques teach atto…
 
In the potentially dangerous spectacle of big time WWE pro wrestling, performers work without Workers’ Comp or other recourse. Guest Mary Catena, a scholar and attorney, studies the issue. While the WWE has successfully argued wrestlers are contract workers, Catena sees cracks in the wall. What might a favorable ruling mean for other contract worke…
 
The legal profession was already going online and high-tech. But COVID disruptions, working from home, and remote legal processes have supercharged those changes. Are you up to speed? Host Jill Francisco – a veteran paralegal and classroom instructor – interviews attorney and longtime professor Todd Richardson about today’s classroom experience. It…
 
Many Harvard Law School students knew of classmate Rehan Staton through a July 2020 video that went viral, which featured him opening a Harvard Law School acceptance email. There’s a lot more to him than the video, and Staton wanted to connect with classmates more significantly while they attended remote classes over the past year. Special thanks t…
 
Many Harvard Law School students knew of classmate Rehan Staton through a July 2020 video that went viral, which featured him opening a Harvard Law School acceptance email. There’s a lot more to him than the video, and Staton wanted to connect with classmates more significantly while they attended remote classes over the past year. Special thanks t…
 
A new rule is being proposed by the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council in response to Executive Order 14005 from January. If enacted, this rule would update the Buy American Act with new requirements that must be met by federal contractors and their downstream sub-contractors. Amy Hoang from the law firm of K&L Gates tells us what all of this m…
 
As we come to the 18-month mark of this pandemic, Dennis and Tom feel it’s time to take a look at how legal tech has progressed throughout this crazy time. They welcome returning guest Debbie Foster to get her real-world perspective on how law firms have—or haven’t—adapted their practices to embrace technology. Later, on “Hot or Not?”, Dennis, Tom,…
 
Guest: Kimberley Felton is an immigration attorney, consultant, and supermom and the founder of virtual immigration law firm Onward Immigration and consulting firm Innovation Litigation. Shortly after law school, Kimberley Felton found herself struggling with all the things they don’t teach: How to manage time, clients, and family. She knew there h…
 
New developments surrounding re-regulation in the legal industry have left some lawyers uncertain about what these changes mean for the future of the profession. Digital Edge hosts Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson bring on legal analyst Jordan Furlong to hash out trends in legal re-regulation, dispel myths, and explain the underlying intent behind it…
 
The Department of Justice opines that vaccine mandates in the workplace are legal. But with States pushing back, where does that leave things for employers and employees? Natalie Fluker and Bob Simandl from the law firm of von Briesen & Roper join us to answer that question plus more. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.…
 
On the latest episode of Thinking Like A Lawyer, Kathryn is joined by Above the Law assistant editor Chris Williams while Joe heads to the latest legal tech conference. Chris and Kathryn discuss the English lawyer who died from COVID, but not before he took to social media to decry the vaccine and downplay the risk of COVID. They also chat about th…
 
How do you use LinkedIn? Do you see it as a static resume, or is it the equivalent of your morning newspaper? For Marc W. Halpert, LinkedIn is the most effective way lawyers and other professionals can build their brand, display expertise in niche markets, and nurture business relationships. Halpert was so convinced of this that in 2017, he wrote a…
 
How do you use LinkedIn? Do you see it as a static resume, or is it the equivalent of your morning newspaper? For Marc W. Halpert, LinkedIn is the most effective way lawyers and other professionals can build their brand, display expertise in niche markets, and nurture business relationships. Halpert was so convinced of this that in 2017, he wrote a…
 
In this edition, Jonathan Amarilio is joined by Corey Stern, lead counsel for the plaintiffs injured in the Flint, Michigan water crisis, including more than 2500 children who were lead poisoned by consuming water from the Flint River. Corey discusses the origins of the water crisis, the role citizen advocates played in seeking government accountab…
 
Pop quiz: Which LHLM hosts earned early paychecks running a paper route, and which pumped gas? Gyi and Conrad discuss their early forays into working life. Then, Gyi and Conrad then wade into the dispute between the North Carolina Bar Association and Google over Google’s recording of phone calls related to ad leads. In the recurring segment, “Dear …
 
In this episode of Talk Justice, distinguished business leaders discuss the business community’s perspective on the importance of access to justice during the pandemic with LSC President Ron Flagg. Host: LSC President Ron Flagg Panelists: Teresa Wynn Roseborough, executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, Home Depot Kenneth …
 
Religious allegory might seem like an odd topic for Jared, but, the truth is – C.S. Lewis is just plain splendid. And even a crass iconoclast can fall in love with Narnia. Tune in for Jared’s reflections on this favorite childhood series, along with his recommendations for several of Lewis’ other works. Next up, Jared welcomes Shree Sharma to discu…
 
New CDC guidelines now recommend that people vaccinated for COVID-19 wear masks indoors. Given this reversal in policy and that States are pushing back against mandates, where does that leave the rest of us? Robert Shimberg from the law firm of Hill Ward Henderson joins us to law-splain. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.…
 
In addition to her impressive legal experience in politics, military, private practice, journalism, and more, Jill Wine-Banks has also been a woman of many firsts throughout her legal career. Tune in with ABA Law Student Podcast host Meg Steenburgh for an in-depth interview with Jill about her many “first woman” roles, her memoir “The Watergate Gir…
 
Sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct has become all too familiar of a story in modern day politics. High profile allegations of sexual misconduct have straddled political lines. Just in recent memory, high profile accusations have been leveled at Al Franken, Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump, Roy Moore, Joe Biden, and Matt Gaetz. And, most recen…
 
Integrity of our elections is very important but so is protecting voting rights. States are rapidly trying to update their election laws to prevent fraud but the Federal Government is concerned voters will be left out. How does this get resolved? Professor Rick Hasen from the University of California, Irvine School of Law returns to walk us through…
 
ESI expert reports can be critical to presenting a case, but lawyers all know these reports are sometimes so complicated or jargon-filled that all the non-experts struggle to comprehend them. That’s not how it should be! Digital Detectives Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome Craig Ball to discuss his tips for creating useful, accessible expert rep…
 
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