Tue, 31 March 2015
In light of the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton using her personal email while Secretary of State, John Martin, head of the Encompass E-Discovery Group with Nelson Mullins, took some time to discuss with us how common it is for private-sector employees to use personal email for work. Is this practice ever sanctioned, or used as a perk? What are the legal implications for the employer and employee?
Direct download: John_Martin_Hillary_email_podcast_.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:56pm EDT
Fri, 27 March 2015
In this installment of "Wait, What?" your hosts tackle the question of whether technology makes us lazy or not. They cover everything from grocery delivery services to texting at the dinner table. Jason, Rob and Matt spend quite a bit of time in this episode discussing whether people are productive when they work from home and the effects that "work" phones and tablets have on work/life balance. The talk evolves (or maybe devolves) into a discussion of the person who "invented" the wheel and how that may have affected life at home.
Tune into the next show (April 10) when we cover the “right to be forgotten" in cyberspace and what role this may play, going forward.
Also, stick around after the music for yet (another) embarrassing story that Matt shares.
We'd like to keep the show as interactive as possible, so PLEASE send us your feedback, thoughts, and show ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, you can reach us on Twitter: Matt Angelicola (@MattAngelicola), Joe Harris (@Jwh37), Rob Russell (@batogato), Jason Thomas (@jasonthomas) and Susan Martin (@soozymartin)
Direct download: Wait_What_5.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:09pm EDT
Wed, 25 March 2015
Integrated Corporate Reporting
Robert G. Eccles is a professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He is one of the world’s leading experts on a global movement for companies to include new, value-related information in their regular reporting to regulators, investors and stakeholders.
Prof. Eccles has written two books on the subject, One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy and The Integrated Reporting Movement. He is a member of the International Integrated Reporting Council (http://www.integratedreporting.org/) and the founding Chairman of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) (www.sasb.org). Dr. Eccles is the co-founder, with Professor George Serafeim of Harvard Business School, of the Innovating for Sustainability social movement (https://www.facebook.com/innovatingforsustainability), and a member of the Advisory Board of the Institute for Sustainable Value Creation (https://www.conference-board.org).
Tim Nixon, managing editor of the Sustainability blog at Thomson Reuters interviewed Prof. Eccles on the benefits of integrated reporting and why corporations are moving in that direction.
Direct download: Integrated_Reporting.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:03pm EDT
Tue, 24 March 2015
At Legaltech New York this year, we caught up with Pauline Reich, JD, and Professor of Law at Waseda University School of Law in Tokyo, Japan, where she teaches cyberlaw, e-commerce and Internet-based legal research. In this capacity and also as the director of the Asia-Pacific Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Internet Security Research Institute at Waseda, Reich tracks global laws and issues of cybersecurity on a daily basis. We had an opportunity to talk about cybersecurity, and her treatise for United States attorneys called Cybercrime & Security, which she also incorporates commentary and advice from expert attorneys, judges, police, and cybersecurity professionals. Click below to listen to the podcast.
Direct download: Cybersecurity.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:02pm EDT
Mon, 23 March 2015
March Madness, as always, is filed with upsets, great finishes and...trademark infringements?
Roger Boehle, partner at Foley, Bezek, Boehle & Curtis LLP discusses the potential pitfalls that await those who dare to try cashing in on March Madness.
Direct download: March_Madness.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:58pm EDT
Fri, 20 March 2015
An Interview with Allison Chock of Bentham IMF on the 2nd Annual West Coast Legal Executive Forum
On March 25, WestLegalEdcenter will host the 2nd Annual West Coast Legal Executive Forum in San Francisco.
Allison Chock, an Investment Manager with Bentham IMF, a litigation finance company that provides funding to plaintiffs for large legal disputes in the United States and abroad, will be among the experts at the event.
We had an opportunity to speak with Allison about the event and the latest Peer Monitor data.
Direct download: Legal_trends_and_leadership.mp3
Category: -- posted at: 11:47am EDT
Thu, 19 March 2015
Welcome to the inaugural edition of Ill Repute, a podcast about reputation and the forces in the 24 hour news cycle and social media that impact them. Our first podcast features Susan Martin, managing editor of social media; John Shaughnessy, vice president of business communications; and Leonard Lee, PR consultant. In this edition, we talk about the Hillary Clinton email address scandal and the erosion of trust facing the media. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.
Direct download: Ill_Repute_1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:48pm EDT
Thu, 12 March 2015
In the fourth installment of Wait, What? the guys discuss the Science Fact that has come from the Science Fiction of Star Trek, Star Wars, Total Recall, comics and other media. The show starts with a comparison of the devices that were used in the Star Trek universe of television and movies, and how we're seeing many of those ideas and concepts come to fruition. The guys then get into the concept of 3-D printing and Synthetic Biology. The discussion then shifts to Jason and Joe announcing that they've created the "Inertia-jet" (patent pending), that will revolutionize travel, and what it must feel like to be the first person/people to test a potentially dangerous piece of technology.
The guys spend much of the second half of the show in a "lightening round" of discussing different Sci-Fi influencers to include Star Wars, James Bond, Disney and comic books. Most importantly they discuss if we currently are at a stagnation point in technological improvements to our lives. This spawns a great discussion about time travel!
As always, stick around after the music at the end of the show for something extra.
Direct download: Wait_What_4.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:37pm EDT