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Building Insight is Canada’s first construction law podcast, created by the lawyers at Glaholt Bowles LLP. Building Insight features episodes on new legislation, case law, interviews with key figures in the construction industry, and more. The information and views expressed in this podcast are for information purposes only, are not intended to provide legal advice, and do not create a lawyer client relationship. For specific advice, please contact us.
 
The Construction Briefing is an alternative way of learning about key developments in construction law, with the Practical Law editorial team discussing some of the wider issues those developments raise. To give feedback or suggest topics for future episodes, please contact us: https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/Browse/Home/About/OurteamConstruction.
 
Get the insiders’ take on mergers and acquisitions. M&A investment bankers Gina Cocking and Jeff Guylay of Colonnade Advisors discuss the technical aspects of and tactics used in middle market deals. This podcast offers actionable advice and strategies for selling your company and is aimed at owners of middle market companies in the financial services and business services sectors. Middle market companies are generally valued between $20 million and $500 million.
 
The show by and for Legal Administrators, IT Directors, and other law firm leaders. Looking for cutting edge information that you can use right now? This is the show for you. Featuring thought leaders from the world of ALA and ILTA.
 
Listen to the award winning Second Captains free to air podcasts featuring The Second Captains Podcast and Second Captains Football. Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast
 
The law affects our lives and our society in many unique and profound ways. Reasonably Speaking, produced by The American Law Institute, features interviews with legal experts on some of the most important legal topics of our time. Each episode takes you through the law in action, beyond courtrooms and casebooks. Whether you are a legal scholar or a concerned citizen, this examination of the relationship between our laws and our society will leave you with a better understanding of how we go ...
 
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Professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer

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Law to Fact is the renown podcast for law students where substantive legal issues are discussed with distinguished law professors from across the nation. Today, it is the go to place for all things law including course material, application tips, study strategies, and career advice—all packed into one podcast. Law to Fact is hosted by Professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.
 
The Water Values Podcast series is presented in collaboration with Bluefield Research. This podcast series explores water issues from a variety of perspectives with the goal of uncovering the true value of water. Each episode will delve into one aspect of water, such as water utilities, water treatment, water resources, water reuse, and more.
 
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Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle and Townsend, P.C.

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“Listen In With Lloyd Gosselink – a Texas Law Firm” provides updates and perspectives on issues of interest. Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle and Townsend, P.C. is a thirty-plus attorney firm with a statewide practice located in Austin, Texas, specializing in environmental, natural resource and energy regulation, litigation, and employment law.
 
In over 20 years of aviation, we’ve learned the journey is filled with twists and turns, heartache, and thrills. This podcast is raw, authentic, and gritty, it will showcase both the magic and the madness of what it means to be in aviation. Episodes include conversations with the people who are teaching us, challenging us, and working with us. We also have direct conversations with you about what’s working and not in the pursuit of becoming and staying a professional pilot. You don’t have to ...
 
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NCLA Asks SCOTUS to Reconsider Chevron Deference in Veterans Benefits Suit Thomas Buffington is a U.S. Air Force veteran who served his country honorably for over nine years. Now after incurring a disability in the line of duty, he is having to fight the very agency that should be helping him. NCLA filed a petition for writ of certiorari in the U.S…
 
1 & 2 Breaking Down Biden v. Missouri and NFIB v. OSHA Mark and Vec discuss the Supreme Court’s decisions in two COVID-19 vaccine mandate lawsuits, Biden v. Missouri and NFIB v. OSHA. NCLA commends the ruling in NFIB v. OSHA to invalidate the private employer vaccine mandate that applies to 84 million Americans. On November 5, 2021, the Occupationa…
 
3 SCOTUS Oral Arguments in FEC v. Cruz This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Senator Ted Cruz’s challenge to limits on the amount of money candidates can raise from donors to pay off their personal debt after an election. FEC is urging the Supreme Court to adopt a new, heightened standard for establishing that an injury is “fairly tr…
 
The murder of the 23-year-old teacher, musician & camogie player Ashling Murphy in Tullamore last week has opened up a national conversation around the harassment and violence suffered by women at the hands of men in our country.Sinead O’Carroll, editor of thejournal.ie, and Louise Crowley, professor at the School of Law in UCC join us on today’s s…
 
Christina Lundbäck provides a fascinating discussion of SurfCleaner and its applications to remove contaminants from water at wastewater treatment plants, industrial facilities, ports, harbors, and spills. In this session, you’ll learn about: What SurfCleaner is How the technology behind SurfCleaner was developed How SurfCleaner was developed based…
 
Professor Hamburger on Spending Power and Its Excesses Mark discusses Professor Hamburger’s latest guest post for the Volokh Conspiracy, “Before Judging Vaccines, the Court Should Judge Itself.” In the post, Professor Hamburger explains that the Constitution leaves the federal government much power to spend through its enumerated powers, but does n…
 
The Vaccine Mandate Lawsuits Before SCOTUS w/ Dan McLaughlin Vec interviews National Review’s Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank on Twitter) to discuss the vaccine mandate lawsuits before the Supreme Court. NCLA commends the U.S. Supreme Court for ruling on Thursday to invalidate the private employer vaccine mandate that applies to 84 million Americans…
 
In the sixth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction discuss a number of developments referred to in December's monthly bulletin. These include the Court of Appeal's judgment in Rushbond plc v The JS Design Partnership LLP [2021] EWCA Civ 1889 (which is a negligence case against an archit…
 
There was only one story that we wanted to focus on in today’s promo for the Second Captains World Service. We talked to Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Mitchell S. Jackson about a searing piece he wrote about the life and death of Ahmaud Arbery in February 2020 - the senseless killing of a totally innocent jogger in broad daylight, a story which has…
 
David is back for season three of the Isolating podcast. Is this good news or bad news? Probably both. Isolators gather once more for tales of solo cans and postcards from places brackets exotic. Email Doodlers directly at DOD@secondcaptains.com and to listen to all of David’s thrice-weekly shows, become a member now.…
 
The FA Cup - still magical? Not magical? Who even cares, when there is so much more to life! Serie A for instance, where Roma and Juventus played out one of the most dramatic league games of recent years. Then we are joined by Roberto 'Pico' Lopes from the Cape Verde base at the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon. Cape Verde defeated Ethiopia 1-0 la…
 
NCLA Files Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit The Biden Administration has enacted an unlawful executive order to compel millions of Americans who work for government contractors (even if they do not perform work on government contracts) to take a COVID-19 vaccine. NCLA filed a class-action lawsuit against President Biden, the Safer Federal…
 
Despite the fact it's dreary January and Omicron is omnipresent, we've had one of the funnest weeks on the World Service we've had in a while. From the sheer hilarity of the Djokovic-Australian Open saga to Ken's new lifestyle change to US Murph reflecting on the life and times of NFL titan, John Madden - it's all waiting for you. Join now for just…
 
Michael Valo, Partner, and Markus Rotterdam, Director of Research, discuss sustainability in construction and legal issues related to green building standards. This podcast was recorded remotely in adherence with Glaholt Bowles LLP’s social distancing policy and recommendations from the Government of Ontario and Government of Canada. For more infor…
 
What can companies that may have received COVID relief funds do to best manage risks? Britt Biles, white collar criminal defense attorney in Womble Bond Dickinson’s D.C. office and former General Counsel of the U.S. Small Business Administration, shares insights gained from years of government investigations experience. Biles also served as a Speci…
 
Water industry veteran and Association of State Drinking Administrators (ASDWA) Executive Director Alan Roberson discusses the big issues facing the water sector from a state regulatory perspective. Plus, Reese Tisdale joins us for a Bluefield on Tap segment. In this session, you’ll learn about: What ASDWA is ASDWA’s membership The priorities in 20…
 
We begin 2022 by admiring a succession of incredible goals scored in recent Premier League matches. A wonderful, positive start to the year. There were a couple of great games this weekend to mention as well, before we settle into the main business of analysing VAR mistakes.Raphael Honigstein joins us to talk about the falling out between Romelu Lu…
 
DOJ to Allow Prisoners Moved to Home Confinement for Covid to Stay NCLA commends Attorney General Merrick Garland and the Department of Justice (DOJ) for reversing course on the idea of automatically returning prisoners put on home confinement to prison once the pandemic ends. Under an opinion from the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) released yesterd…
 
NCLA’s Recent Lawsuits Against Nasdaq’s Board Diversity Rules and Fairfax Co. Schools’ Quarantine Policy Mark and Vec discuss two of NCLA’s most recent lawsuits brought against the SEC and Fairfax County Public Schools. In the first, NCLA argues that SEC lacks the authority to approve Nasdaq Stock Market LLC’s new Board Diversity Rules concerning t…
 
In the fifth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction take November's monthly bulletin and look at a number of developments. These include several case law developments (a refusal to enforce an adjudicator's decision on that basis that it was an abuse of process; a reminder that the courts…
 
It's the Monday after Christmas and while most people are resting up, footballers are playing their hearts out and Ken is podcasting football shows.He welcomes Jonathan Wilson to their annual Scrooge Football chat which includes the Leicester Man City thriller, why Grealish's move to City hasn't worked and rational Germans offering practical soluti…
 
NCLA Files Amicus in Sen. Cruz Campaign Lawsuit Mark explains the standing issue that led NCLA to file a SCOTUS amicus brief in FEC v. Cruz. FEC is urging the Supreme Court to adopt a new, heightened standard for establishing that an injury is “fairly traceable” to complained-of conduct, a showing required of all plaintiffs in order to establish th…
 
Sixth Circuit Reversal of Stay in OSHA Vax Mandate Case On December 17, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit lifted the stay, originally put in place by the Fifth Circuit, of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's emergency temporary standard for private employers with more than 100 employees. NCLA argues in two amicus brief…
 
An all-star panel of water leaders participate in a roundtable discussion about what happened in the year that was 2021 and provide insights on what 2022 might hold for the water sector. In this session, you’ll learn about: Each panelist’s takeaways from 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) funding issues Why the IIJA needs to be a “d…
 
Premier League refereeing is like a box of chocolates: you never know what you're gonna get. Although you can be reasonably sure that whatever the rules are this week, they won't be applied to the England captain. Was Tottenham 2-2 Liverpool a good game, or a sad indictment of how English football has lost its way? Dion Fanning and Jack Pitt Brooke…
 
It's Christmas week on Second Captains, and that can mean only one thing - it's almost time for us to announce our audio bed of the year live from the SC Log Cabin. What does all of this mean? We've been doing it for years and Richie Sadlier still doesn't have a clue, but we nevertheless give you the run-down today. Rachael Blackmore had a pretty s…
 
Dissecting the Fifth Circuit’s Opinion in Cargill v. Garland A three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit held that the federal statute defining “machineguns” covers bump stocks, which are non-mechanical devices that can be attached to semi-automatic rifles. The panel’s decision conflicts with the views of a significant majority of judges who have exam…
 
NCLA Wins Major Fifth Circuit en Banc Decision Versus SEC In a major victory for NCLA, the full Fifth Circuit bench ruled that Texas accountant Michelle Cochran has the right to challenge the constitutionality of her Administrative Law Judge’s (ALJ) removal protections in federal court before undergoing an administrative adjudication. NCLA represen…
 
The unique charms of Formula One have largely been lost on our presenting corps over the last 25 years or so, but it came roaring back into our collective consciousness this weekend. Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton have been engaged in a thrilling battle for F1 supremacy this season, and it all came to a climax in Abu Dhabi yesterday as thrilling…
 
We chat about some of the weekend’s penalties before buckling up to talk, yes that’s right, COVID vaccines. Then Neil Atkinson and John Brewin join us to further analyse the weekend spot kick action. And finally we react to both UEFA CL draws on the day Europe’s governing body was let down by “external software provider”.…
 
NCLA Argues Before First Circuit in Cryptocurrency Lawsuit Against IRS NCLA presented oral argument this week in the cryptocurrency lawsuit against the IRS, James Harper v. Charles P. Rettig, et al. NCLA filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, arguing that IRS took Mr. Harper’s data without reasonable suspicion and wit…
 
The Supreme Court Commission’s Final Report President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court commission voted unanimously on Tuesday to submit a report that describes various proposals for reforming the highest court in the land. The 288-page report covers five major chapters. Regarding court-packing, the report said: "No serious person, in either major politic…
 
Please enjoy this week's world service taster which includes Ken speculating on a big career change for Gary Neville, Ken on Kids and former Ireland and Ulster star Willie Anderson on life as a protestant in Co. Tyrone before the Troubles began.It's all in a week's listening on the Second Captains World Service, and it's available to you for just €…
 
Christoph Gorder, Chief Global Water Officer, blows us away with a deep dive on charity: water and its work. In this session, you’ll learn about: How Christoph transitioned from disaster relief to charity: water charity: water’s mission How charity: water’s unique structure helps it achieve success How charity: water overcame one of the unique fund…
 
This episode continues our series of "industry spotlights," in which we focus on specific trends and opportunities in middle market M&A transactions. This episode focuses on the automotive reconditioning industry, a $5.4 billion industry that is highly fragmented and ripe for consolidation. Colonnade has extensive transaction experience in the auto…
 
A little stutter over the past few days and Chelsea have slipped to third, such is the pace of this season's title race.We discuss the early signs of Ralf Rangnick's influence, and the acrimonious aftermath of Dortmund's controversial defeat to Bayern.Rory Smith and Miguel Delaney join us to talk about the weekend's football. It's probably not a go…
 
In this episode: I speak with Tony Iliakostas about Entertainment and IP Law. Tony discusses his entree into the entertainment law practice and shares fascinating details about posthumous personality rights. Some Key Takeways: 1. There are ways to distinguish yourself to employers besides grades. You can start a blog, write about topics of interest…
 
Supreme Court Examines Chevron Deference in Recent Oral Arguments The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in the lawsuit, American Hospital Association v. Becerra, which addresses the extent to which courts should defer to the views of federal agencies regarding the meaning of congressional statutes. NCLA filed an amicus brief in the case.…
 
The Recent Victories Against OSHA, Federal Contractor, and CMS Vaccine Mandates Mark and Vec discuss the recent victories against vaccine mandates. One of them is against the Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) on November 5, 2021, which requires employers with 100 or more employees …
 
This week's World Service appetiser is dedicated to one Richie Sadlier, who not only did an amazing interview with Keith Earls for the Player's Chair, but continued to churn out #content whilst lying in a hospital bed, recovering from spinal fusion surgery. Sign up now and you'll also hear one of the best pods of the year, the Second Captains Sport…
 
Neal Altman and Brandon Keshen, associates, discuss recent developments in the law of bidding and tendering. This podcast discusses the terms of tender calls, including discretion and reprisal clauses. This podcast was recorded remotely in adherence with Glaholt Bowles LLP’s social distancing policy and recommendations from the Government of Ontari…
 
It was a massive weekend for Ulster in the URC as they got a rare win over Leinster, while things couldn't have gone worse for Munster who find themselves stranded in South Africa after a player tested positive for Covid. One of the sporting stories of the year came out of Tipperary this weekend after Loughmore-Castleiney sealed a county double in …
 
Can—and should—college athletes be classified as employees? Just when you think you have all the answers, the National Labor Relations Board changes the questions. Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Mike Ingersoll and University of North Carolina School of Law Professor Barbara Osborne, both scholarship student-athletes during their college days, discu…
 
Ken is back, having rediscovered over the weekend how much more enjoyable it is to go to football matches than it is to work at them. Big questions are up for discussion. Do Ralf Rangnick's coaching gifts extend to telepathic influence? And how is it possible Eoin and Ciaran have never heard of the cinnamon challenge? Then Kevin Brannigan and David…
 
Alliance for Fair Board Recruitment Files Brief Challenging SEC’s Board Diversity Rules The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is receiving more pushback over its recent approval of Nasdaq’s Board Diversity Rules, which require all companies listed on the exchange to not only publicly disclose board diversity statistics but also explain …
 
SCOTUS Issues Decision in MS v. TN Water Rights Battle On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously favored Tennessee in a groundwater dispute with Mississippi. The Court rejected claims by the state of Mississippi that Memphis, Tennessee, had illegally stolen its groundwater for decades by pumping it from wells located outside the Mississippi bor…
 
In this Opportunity Economy conversation, Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Suzanne Boehm and Sarah Motley Stone join Mary Karen Wills of the Berkeley Research Group, to examine expanded opportunities and unique challenges for companies in Government contracting as a result of the recently approved $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Act.…
 
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