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Settlement Nation

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Settlement Nation

Courtney Barber & Chris Bua

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Conversations with leading trial lawyers and settlement professionals on topics ranging from the litigation process, settlement planning for plaintiffs, tax planning for attorneys, and future innovations in the legal and insurance industries. Brought to you by Independent Life, the only plaintiff focused structured settlement provider, and hosted by Courtney Barber and Chris Bua. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed on the Settlement Nation podcast are those of the guests, and not nec ...
 
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ATLalts

Andres Sandate

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ATLalts is a podcast for those interested in learning about alternative investments and alternative asset classes through interviews with investors, asset owners, and industry practitioners. ATLalts explores venture capital, private equity, real estate, credit, private debt, distressed, hedge funds, commodities, FX, currencies, infrastructure, structured products, digital assets, multi-alternatives, secondaries, collectibles, farmland, timberland, and more specialized alternative assets such ...
 
Stay current with the latest news on the settlement industry, nationwide litigation, trends in the legal and insurance industries and everything in between with Ringler Radio™, the award-winning podcast series from Ringler. Join our hosts Phil Krause and Matt Ross as they welcome accomplished professionals and discuss topics ranging from current noteworthy cases, Medicare Set-Asides, workers compensation, 468B trusts, long-term disabilities, mediation, structuring settlements in large and sm ...
 
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The College Investor Audio Show

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The College Investor Audio Show

Robert Farrington | America's Millennial Money Expert

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The College Investor podcast is a daily audio show that’s dedicated to bringing you the best of TheCollegeInvestor.com. We discuss a variety of topics, all relating to millennial money. Robert Farrington, the founder of The College Investor and a Millennial Money Expert, shares how to get out of student loan debt so that you can start investing and building wealth for the future. Instead of cutting expenses and living a frugal life, he advocates side hustling and entrepreneurship to earn ext ...
 
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Eligibility for need-based financial aid depends on the student’s demonstrated financial need. Financial need is the difference between the college’s annual Cost of Attendance (COA) and the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC). In some cases, a structured settlement can be used to shelter settlement money from student financial aid formulas…
 
A lot of folks would plead the First Amendment last week, and it was all nonsense. Yale Law School's Federalist Society advertised an event by throwing a whole mess of racist stereotyping at the wall just to see what would stick and when other students asked how this fit within the private school's standards for student organizations... First Amend…
 
Since World War II, more than two million service members have been discharged from U.S. military service with a status other than "honorable discharge." Having a discharge that falls below a certain level can impact a veteran's access to pensions, GI Bill education benefits, health care, insurance or home loans, as well as carrying a stigma. But w…
 
Marketing isn’t just billboards and blogs. Your most effective marketing tool is your own genuine interest in the people you interact with every day. John and Erich discuss simple ways to turn clients, contacts, and opposing counsel into marketing ambassadors for you and your firm. So, take a few minutes to re-think your preconceptions about how ex…
 
Young lawyers often stress about where to take their careers. But St. Louis attorney Shamon Moss is shining a light on a new path…letting the journey take you. Shamon shares her philosophy on self-motivation and giving back, and describes how she turned an empty space without a stick of furniture into a thriving satellite office for a major nationa…
 
The U.S. Department of Education announced on August 6, 2021 that the payment pause and interest waiver will end on January 31, 2022. Student loan repayment will resume in February 2022. Collection activity for defaulted loans will resume at that time as well. But should it? Or should student loan collections be delayed beyond the unfreezing of rep…
 
Having student loans can feel like you’re drowning. Upside down. With your feet shackled. But you don’t have to be Harry Houdini to escape student loan debt. Student loan forgiveness feels like magic in many ways: fill out some paperwork and watch your debt disappear. But is it real? Unlike magic, student loan forgiveness is not instantaneous. It m…
 
Ah, time management. Jared muses over whether time is the enemy or simply something we all should bend mercilessly to our respective wills. Then, Jared is joined by Alice and Brett, co-hosts of The Prosecutors Podcast, to talk about how they manage their time as prosecutors and podcasters and their thoughts on what gave rise to the true crime boom.…
 
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) made the first $10,200 of unemployment benefits tax-free per taxpayer for those with incomes under $150,000. But some eligible taxpayers had already filed their taxes before ARPA passed. In these cases, the IRS sent refunds for any income taxes that were paid on unemployment benefits. These events may impact the …
 
For some people, growing your net worth by $5,000 per month might seem crazy. For others, it might seem normal. Growing your net worth by $5,000 per month means seeing your net worth rise by $60,000 per year. That sounds like a lot, but if you’re looking to retire and live comfortable in the future, you need to be pacing at this level. It might see…
 
1:12 Jason's backstory as a Founder, Author, Angel Investor, Advisor, and Accelerator CEO 3:47 Chris's backstory as a former professional athlete to entrepreneur, professional coach, and advisor 8:36 Jason discusses the goals and objectives of Prepare4VC and where they focus on startup founders 10:42 Chris describes what makes Prepare4VC different …
 
A New York arbitrator recently ruled against former President Trump and his campaign in favor of former White House adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman in a matter regarding the enforceability of an NDA and Omarosa’s tell-all book, Unhinged. According to an article in the Daily Beast, the arbitrator found that the NDA went too far when Omarosa was for…
 
00:50 Introduction to Anthony 2:37 From underperforming student to college entrepreneur 7:20 What it was like at an Ivy League school and having the entrepreneurial bug 8:58 Selling sunglasses and sweatshirts and entering commercial real estate 10:28 One of the pivotal books that got me interested in real estate 12:14 Going all in January 2020 with…
 
This week's top stories were all about the judges. Should judges be held to a higher standard when it comes to vaccines? Should they at least endeavor to hire clerks that don't have resumes drenched in red flags? How much should clerkships matter anyway? And we got judges making some tough talking threats. All that and a couple of sound effects -- …
 
Much has been said about police officers and departments who violate civil rights or enforce the law in discriminatory ways. But not as much attention has been paid to the ways in which the U.S. Supreme Court has enabled police excesses and insulated police from civil or criminal responsibility, says Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of Cal…
 
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati announced last month that it had teamed up with Workiva Inc. to create an application that automates the S-1 form that companies must file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission when going public. Special thanks to our sponsors, Alert Communications and Smokeball.…
 
Court is back in session with a variety of COVID protocols in place, and that brings additional stress to your trial prep. Get an update on our first face-to-face trial in a while and hear the challenges of reading masked jurors, working out of town, and trying to stay focused with more distractions than ever. Tune in and dial down your pre-trial s…
 
Identifying the “I can’t get over it” issues in your case is the first step to successful case framing. But making your frame clear to the jury is key. When do you introduce your case frame? How often do you repeat it? And what is the defense going to do about it? In this second episode on case framing, legendary trial lawyer Mark Mandell drills do…
 
The last week has been dominated by the headline of the Equifax Data Breach. If you've been living a social-media free life (good for you), you might not have heard that the personal information of 143 million people were stolen from Equifax - including names, addresses, and SSNs. The ironic part of this story is that Equifax is a credit reporting …
 
Conrad and Gyi take on the elephant in the courtroom. Clio’s Legal Trend Report shows us potential clients are interested in both pricing and payment plans, but as lawyers, we’re reluctant to go there. Why? Explore options on how you can better position yourself. Are you less expensive than the competition? More efficient? A better value? Dig into …
 
1:12 Background 8:42 The rise of the fractional CFO 14:02 Indications it may be time to consider a fractional CFO 17:34 The typical engagement and what we do as fractional CFOs 24:35 The skill sets of an executive team and where a fractional CFO makes sense 29:06 Bringing a different perspective than the founders 35:04 Discussion of VC and PE-backe…
 
00:30 Mark shares his background 1:29 Journey to becoming a VC 5:06 The ups and downs of forming a VC firm 7:59 Building a network and the value of relationships 12:59 Getting confident in your own ideas 15:19 Why so many startups fail? 18:35 Investing in founders and their well being 23:37 Financial, relational, and intellectual capital 26:48 The …
 
Most of us use a plastic card of some kind to complete transactions. But should you use a credit card or a debit card to regularly cover your purchases? The choice is entirely personal. Both credit cards and debit cards offer the opportunity to swipe with ease. But these cards come with different features that will sway you to one side or another. …
 
3:23 Greg gives background on Rubicon Crypto 10:39 Greg gives his experience of 9/11 having lived and worked in the NYC area and on Wall Street 18:40 Greg's entrepreneurial journey and the formation of Rubicon 24:28 The digital divide 28:22 Digital assets, cryptocurrency, blockchain discussion 33:56 How individuals are engaging with digital assets …
 
Most lawyers remember what their first two years of practicing law were like. There’s a lot to learn and sometimes not much guidance. What do you know now that you wish you knew then? Sonia Russo sits down with a panel of young lawyers who have been practicing for several years. They share wisdom on topics like setting boundaries at work and recove…
 
Adapting and growing through stressful circumstances creates more resilient lawyers. Molly Ranns and JoAnn Hathaway get some positive tips from Anne Chambers about how lawyers can not only cope, but learn to thrive in the face of stress. Anne focuses on gratefulness, mindfulness, and self care, and encourages lawyers to alter their perspective on s…
 
The wash sale rule has nothing to do with the max load of clothes that can be placed into a laundry machine. Instead, it’s a rule that limits what you can buy next after you sell a stock if you're hoping to harvest losses on the sale. If you're a buy-and-hold investor who rarely sells investments, you're won't run against the wash sale rule very of…
 
It’s been awhile, but the guys have been hard at work on their Second Brain projects! They each share the progress they’ve made and hash out their diverging opinions on the ultimate goals of their respective projects. Next, Microsoft recently announced their newest Surface. Is this new tech hot, or not? As always, stay tuned for the parting shots, …
 
Can you believe that it's almost that time of the year again? When millions of people start their holiday shopping. But this year is more challenging than ever - and for many, earning a little extra money for Christmas can make a big difference. I don’t know about you, but time seems to go much faster for me once the busyness of the holiday seasons…
 
E-filing systems are quicker and more efficient, but there is certainly still room for human error, as was seen in a recent case heard by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at New Orleans— a lawyer who had agreed to use e-filing later missed a motion for summary judgment that landed in his spam folder, leading to his failure to respond to the mo…
 
Imagine this: One day your boss pulls you into his office, sits you down, and says there is a problem. However, your work itself has been flawless. But he doesn't want to talk to you about work — he wants to talk to you about your credit report. You see, when you were hired, you agreed to let your employer run your credit report (maybe unknowingly,…
 
#31: In this episode of Settlement Nation we sit down with Tim Felice, the founder of Felice, Ehrlich & Naparstek Injury Trial Attorneys out of Palm Beach, Florida. Tim has recovered over 70M for Florida injury victims and takes great pride in helping other trial lawyers hone their craft. In this episode we discuss a very moving, memorable case and…
 
Guest Leo V. Boyle recalls the frantic 60 hours after the 9/11 terror attacks of 2001. He calls that time “law’s finest hour” as pro bono tort attorneys collaborated with Congressional leaders to craft the $7 billion victims’ compensation fund. Boyle shares how lawyers from across the country came together and rushed to head off potentially pointle…
 
What's the next Supreme Court Term going to look like? Not great! We've got full-on assaults aimed at abortion, gun regulations, and affirmative action and that's just in the first handful of cases. Which you know if you've taken our Supreme Court quiz. Joe and Kathryn welcome ATL's newest editor Christopher Williams to break down these and other c…
 
Betrayal. Do your job. The value of a handshake. Case frames like these help summarize the “I can’t get over it” issues of your argument in simple terms the jury can understand. But how do you know which frame fits? And what are the dangers of incorrect framing? Acclaimed author and attorney Mark Mandell joins Eric Vieth and Johnny Simon for an eye…
 
Feel like you’re drowning in a tidal wave of escalating work responsibilities, COVID-occasion catch-up, and every single thing in the world piling on right now? Yup, we are too. If being back in the saddle feels more like being dragged with one foot in the stirrup right now, tune in to share your stress and remember it’s ok if you fail small and kn…
 
A 'Second Look' tax return review is when a tax pro checks your self-prepared return. Are these reviews worth their cost? Here's our thoughts. The post Do You Need A ‘Second Look’ Tax Return Review From A Tax Pro? appeared first on The College Investor.By Robert Farrington | America's Millennial Money Expert
 
Dave Scriven-Young sits down with Erwin Chemerinsky to talk about what we can expect from the upcoming Supreme Court Term. Together they discuss the ideological leanings of the Justices as well as predictions about what will happen with Roe vs. Wade, Gun Rights, and much more. Stay tuned for Latosha Ellis’ first litigation segment about preserving …
 
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