There is a prediction that says the ocean will have warmer water with less oxygen that will be more conducive to smaller mesopelagic fish. A study was recently published in Science and covered on Mongabay news that provides empirical evidence from 130,000 years ago (where, warmer and less oxygenated waters occurred) that shows the prediction could happen. The same conditions that were present 130,000 years ago are predicted to happen in 2100 that will have severe consequences for global fisheries, especially in the Humboldt Current System off the coast of Peru, where the study was conducted. The Humboldt Current System is home to one of the most productive waters in the world and accounts for over 15% of the global catch. Warmer, less oxygenated waters could cripple the fisheries as smaller fish will not meet the global food demand. Fisheries management methods such as fish quotas and marine protected areas should be employed to reduce the impact of overfishing that can accelerate the process of shifting to a smaller fish dominance. Enforcement of the fisheries management policies will also be key in maintaining fish populations. Link to article: https://news.mongabay.com/2022/01/warmer-oxygen-poor-waters-threaten-worlds-most-heavily-exploited-fish/ Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://www.speakupforblue.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/speakupforblue/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/speakupforblue
Zeoli Show Hour 3: In the third hour of the Zeoli Show Rich discussed the financial enforcement of transactions totaling more than $600 on popular financial apps like Venmo, Paypal, and Cash app. Also, the politicization of January 6th by the left and Valentine's Day: is it really a holiday?
Happy new year! This month's podcast covers: Mandatory vaccinations programs (again). Courts and arbitrators continue to rule (69-0 by our last count) that there is nothing unconstitutional about employer vaccine mandates. First interest arbitration decision about mandatory vaccine programs. The law about whether or not an employee or labor organization can get injunctive relief while a challenge to vaccine mandate is going on. What the Supreme Court will be ruling regarding two of the federal vaccine mandates later this week. Non-Vaccine Cases: No Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy In iPhone Backups On Work Computer, Smith v. City of Pelham, 2021 WL... The post First Thursday, January 2022 appeared first on Labor Relations Information System.
In this episode, Roger Noll, AAI Senior Fellow and Professor Emeritus at Stanford University, talks with winners of the 2020 Jerry S. Cohen award for antitrust scholarship. Nancy Rose and Jonathan Sallet unpack key aspects of efficiencies in horizontal mergers in their article The Dichotomous Treatment of Efficiencies in Horizontal Mergers, Too Much? Too Little? Getting it Right (Vol. 168, Penn. L. Rev., 2020). The article highlights that the extent to which horizontal mergers deliver competitive benefits that offset any potential for competitive harm is a critical issue in antitrust enforcement. Based on their economic analysis of merger efficiencies, the authors find that a substantial body of work casts doubt on their presumed existence and size. Rose and Sallet discuss the major implications of their work in this Ruled by Reason conversation, including the likely need for changes in current enforcement approaches. Antitrust scholarship that is considered and selected for the Jerry S. Cohen award reflects a concern for principles of economic justice, the dispersal of economic power, the maintenance of effective limitations upon economic power or the federal statutes designed to protect society from various forms of anticompetitive activity. Scholarship reflects an awareness of the human and social impacts of economic institutions upon individuals, small businesses and other institutions necessary to the maintenance of a just and humane society–values and concerns Jerry S. Cohen dedicated his life and work to fostering.
Police Commissioner Chris Dawson has reinforced the message that patrons and venue owners have a "shared obligation" when it comes to maintaining safety at venues that are subject to health restrictions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case against OSHA's requirement for employers to enforce vaccine mandate, and despite COVID challenges Dairy Checkoff continues to help foodservice partners grow sales of dairy foods.
Merger control in China will likely be reshaped when the relevant law is amended affecting both the agency and enforcement goals. But what are the most notable changes? Janet Hui, partner at JunHe's Hong Kong office and leading practitioner based in Beijing, speaks with Anora Wang and Christina Ma on the amendment to China's Anti-Monopoly Law, restructure of relevant agency and personnel, and new enforcement focused on tech. Listen to this episode to learn what happens behind the scenes of China's merger control. Related Links: 2021 - Highlights of Anti-monopoly Guidelines in Field of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients - Janet Hui Hosted by: Anora Wang, Arnold & Porter and Christina Ma, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Professor Karen Woody. We discuss the recent SEC enforcement actions involving JPMorgan and Nikola which were announced in December 2021. Highlights of this podcast include: Background on both cases. Why was the SEC so excised with JPMorgan? What are the broader lessons for the Compliance Professional? Compliance Consultant or Monitor or both? Nikola and the trouble with SPACs? What is the intersection of puffing, faking it til you make it and illegal conduct? SPACs and Due Diligence. Could Nikola change the SEC approach to SPACs? From visionary to founder to CEO of a public company? The shadow of Elizabeth Holmes? Resources-Tom on the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog JPMorgan Nikola Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There is some talk about the state of New York resurrecting anti-Ebola Bill A416 for the purpose of creating concentration camps for anyone declining vaccines.The New York state legislature convenes January 5, 2022, and if they vote and pass this Bill, the governor would have the power to remove from society power those the governor or his designees label as “sick” or who “may” pose a danger to others. What's more, if enacted, the state government could detain sick-looking political opponents in a facility designated by the governor or his designee. New York police would be ordered to forcibly apprehend and detain anyone unvaccinated—even those who committed the “unpardonable sin” having caught and survived Covid-19, gaining natural immunity, and daring to walk in public with that natural immunity! Our guest today, InVest USA President Michael A. Letts and I delve into this hot topic and what this may mean for NYC as well as the rest of the United States. Michael is a police officer offering a beat cop's perspective on the concept of mandatory enforcement of arresting and detaining people in concentration camps. www.investusa.orgIntro music: High Life Richard SmithsonCheck out other amazing Savvy guests at: savvybroadcasting.com
Tax pros are keeping a close eye on Capitol Hill negotiations, with the Internal Revenue Service's 2022 enforcement agenda dependent on how much money Congress gives it to do the job. The Biden administration wants to give the IRS a funding increase for fiscal 2022, plus an additional $80 billion in funding over a decade as part of its stalled tax and social spending package. The goal: give the agency extra resources so it can more aggressively crack down on tax evasion. On today's episode of weekly Talking Tax podcast, two tax enforcement professionals discuss what the new year may have in store at the IRS' enforcement arm. Michelle Levin, a shareholder at Dentons, and Alina Solodchikova, a principal at RSM US, talk about where they think the agency's enforcement targets will be—everything from microcaptive insurance and conservation easements to cryptocurrency. Have feedback on this episode of Talking Tax? Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 703-341-3690
Before Activision, California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) successfully stopped a private class action brought against Riot Games (League of Legends), from settling for a "mere" $10M. Now, the DFEH and California's Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) have realized a great victory from such efforts, as the game maker has agreed to settle instead for 10x that amount (as well as three years of additional agency scrutiny). But what may be even more interesting is that it all takes place in the shadow of a pending federal settlement for Activision Blizzard. They may be different cases, but they are not "leagues" apart...in Virtual Legality. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO AT: https://youtu.be/fCfayMcQJUI #Riot #California #Activision *** SUPPORT THE CHANNEL PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/VirtualLegality STREAMLABS - https://streamlabs.com/richardhoeg STORE - https://teespring.com/stores/hoeg-law-store *** CHAPTERS 00:00 Introduction 02:22 The Kotaku Article 06:53 A Private Action 09:11 California Intervenes 15:24 Riot's $100M Settlement (Washington Post) 24:10 Settlement Terms (Echoes of Activision) 31:53 Conclusion *** Discussed in this episode: "BREAKING NEWS..." Twitter Thread - December 27, 2021 - Shannon Liao https://twitter.com/Shannon_Liao/status/1475663471530455044 "Activision Under Fire: A Legal View" YouTube Playlist - Hoeg Law https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1zDCgJzZUy9PBxr5dNcoQLh2erIt2XrZ "Inside The Culture Of Sexism At Riot Games" Kotaku - August 7, 2018 https://kotaku.com/inside-the-culture-of-sexism-at-riot-games-1828165483 "THE LABOR CODE PRIVATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL ACT OF 2004" https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=LAB&division=2.&title=&part=13.&chapter=&article= "Women suing Riot Games may deserve $400 million, not $10 million, state regulator says" LA Times - January 21, 2020 https://www.latimes.com/business/technology/story/2020-01-21/riot-games-gender-discrimination-settlement "DFEH Files Request for Enforcement of Court Order Compelling Riot Games, Inc. to Send Notice to Workers about their Right to Speak with the Government" https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/08/Riot_PR2021-08-16.pdf DFEH Notices https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/08/Notice-of-Worker-Rights-DFEH-v.-Riot-Games-Inc..pdf https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/02/RIOTGamesNotice.pdf "Riot Games Gets Go-Ahead to Talk Settlement in Gender Bias Suit" Bloomberg Law - October 1, 2021 https://news.bloomberglaw.com/daily-labor-report/riot-games-gets-go-ahead-to-talk-settlement-in-gender-bias-suit "Riot Games agrees to pay $100 million in settlement of class-action gender discrimination lawsuit" Washington Post - December 27, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2021/12/27/riot-discrimination-100-million-settlement/ "Riot Games, Inc. Agrees to $100 Million Settlement and Systemic Reforms to Resolve Allegations of Workplace Sex Discrimination and Harassment" DFEH Press Release - December 27. 2021 https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/12/RiotGamesPR12.27.21.pdf *** "Virtual Legality" is a continuing series discussing the law, video games, software, and everything digital, hosted by Richard Hoeg, of the Hoeg Law Business Law Firm (Hoeg Law). CHECK OUT THE REST OF VIRTUAL LEGALITY HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1zDCgJzZUy9YAU61GoW-00K0TJOGnPCo DISCUSSION IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE. INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN THE LEGAL TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS VIDEO SHOULD CONSULT WITH THEIR OWN COUNSEL. *** Twitter: @hoeglaw Web: hoeglaw.com
On the 2nd last podcast of the year, Kyla and Paul talk about the cyclical nature of traffic enforcement and the problems of traffic stops and blood tests involving transgender drivers. Paul also would like the listeners to decide the punishment for the RDW! Follow Kyla Lee on Twitter: twitter.com/IRPlawyer Follow Kyla Lee on Instagram: instagram.com/kylaleelawyer www.vancouvercriminallaw.com
Today in cannabis news: Rhode Island lawmakers prepare for a statewide cannabis legalization bill to be submitted in early 2022; the White House gives an update on U.S. President Joe Biden granting pardons to those with cannabis and low level drug convictions; and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration claims to have discovered emojis youngsters use to purchase cannabis and federally illegal substances. It's Friday, December 24 and TRICHOMES.com is bringing you the top cannabis news from around the web. You can also listen on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify–search TRICHOMES and subscribe.
In this episode, Bootsy and Sal speak with Steve Murphy and Morgan Wright, hosts of the hit podcast Game of Crimes. Game of Crimes is a long-form true crime interview podcast about the good, the bad, and everything in between in some of the most famous true crime stories of the last century. Steve has been previously interviewed with his partner Javier Pena about their career and subsequent book MANHUNTERS: How We Took Down Pablo Escobar.Check out their website at: gameofcrimespodcast.comConnect with the End of Watch team on social media on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/EndofWatchPodcastOn Twitter @EndofWatchPodOn Instagram @EndofWatchPodcast
Welcome to #WorkforceWednesday, a quick-browse rundown featuring Employment Law This Week® and other resources. This week: A Shift in Labor Policy and Enforcement, Employee Mobility Trend Accelerates, COVID-19 Rules Remain in Flux. Visit our site for this week's Other Highlights and links: https://www.ebglaw.com/eltw238. Subscribe to #WorkforceWednesday - https://www.ebglaw.com/subscribe/. Visit http://www.EmploymentLawThisWeek.com. The EMPLOYMENT LAW THIS WEEK® and DIAGNOSING HEALTH CARE podcasts are presented by Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. All rights are reserved. This audio recording includes information about legal issues and legal developments. Such materials are for informational purposes only and may not reflect the most current legal developments. These informational materials are not intended, and should not be taken, as legal advice on any particular set of facts or circumstances, and these materials are not a substitute for the advice of competent counsel. The content reflects the personal views and opinions of the participants. No attorney-client relationship has been created by this audio recording. This audio recording may be considered attorney advertising in some jurisdictions under the applicable law and ethical rules. The determination of the need for legal services and the choice of a lawyer are extremely important decisions and should not be based solely upon advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise. No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
When can law enforcement choose to not enforce the law? Josh and Kristen begin this week debating that essential question in light of Attorney General Josh Kaul declaring he would not enforce Wisconsin abortion laws if Roe is overturned, then Brian Anderson illustrates the concept of "self determination" done right and wrong from rule of law hotspots around the world, they clean up year-end Congressional leftovers, and finally feel better about longer healthier lives. Make the most of every moment you have in this world!NOTE: Josh & Kristen will be taking a holiday hiatus and look forward to returning with fresh episodes next year. Happy Merry Everything to Everyone!
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The use of Incident Management Teams in Law Enforcement is growing and being embraced. In the past, it was a common practice at an incident for fire and EMS first responders to stage at safe distances while law enforcement handled the incident on their own. As a result of several high-profile incidents, fire and law enforcement agencies have been re-examining the strategies and tactics used at significant incidents to improve outcomes while ensuring the safety of first responders.Todd De VoeWebsite - https://toddtdevoe.com/Website- www.crisis-cafe.comSpeak N Spark-https://bit.ly/3sTVUfrLinkedIn - https://bit.ly/3sVHL1gEM WeeklyWebsite - https://bit.ly/3jj5ItlTwitter - https://bit.ly/31z8MeXFacebook - https://bit.ly/3dMlbRPLinkedIn - https://bit.ly/34mXyfzYouTube - https://bit.ly/2FQDhWdSponsorsDisaster Tech-https://www.disastertech.com/Doberman EMG-https://www.dobermanemg.com/The Readiness Lab-https://www.thereadinesslab.com/If you would like to become a sponsor or advertiserCall Jon Fontane (203) 970-8042
Real estate investors who pay cash could face more scrutiny from the federal government. The Treasury Department is proposing new regulations on shell companies, like LLC's, as a way to crack down on money laundering through real estate deals.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Government's Plan to Stop Money LaunderingDeputy Secretary of the Treasury, Wally Adeyemo, discussed the government's plan to fight corruption at the Brookings Institution. He addressed the issue by saying: “Corruption thrives in the financial shadows--in shell corporations that disguise owners' true identities, in offshore jurisdictions with lax anti-money laundering regulations, and in complex structures that allow the wealthy to hide their income from government authorities.” (1)Adeyemo is proposing that countries around the world join this effort to separate the bad actors from the good ones, because many shell companies are perfectly legitimate. It's a recognized strategy to put your residential rental properties, and other kinds of properties, inside something like an LLC as a way to limit any legal liabilities or potential lawsuits to just one property, and not your whole portfolio.But it's also possible to set up a shell company, and to use that company to purchase expensive properties with dirty money. That's what the Treasury Department is targeting.Three-Pronged ApproachAdeyemo wants to tackle this problem in three different ways:1 - He wants to improve transparency by forcing certain types of U.S. and foreign companies that are registered in the U.S. to disclose their beneficial owners, which are the people who actually run the companies. He's implementing this effort under the Corporate Transparency Act which allows the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to build a central registry for this information. One particular area of concern is the real estate market and all-cash deals that don't require the disclosure of the buyers who may be hiding behind a shell company. Adeyemo is soliciting public comment on the best way to address this problem.2 - He also wants to use the new information to improve the investigation and prosecution of any illegal activity, including money laundering, bribery, embezzlement, and extortion, and tax evasion. He says: “Today, the top 1 percent of earners in the United States underpay their taxes by more than $160 billion each year, depriving every other American of the money we need to invest in things that benefit the whole country, like roads, childcare, and education.” Enforcement might include sanctions, as well as criminal law enforcement.3 - The third leg of his strategy is “partnership.” He wants to expand the effort to allies and partners around the world as well as the private sector, and civil society groups. He says the U.S. can't address corruption without an international effort. As an example, he says “more than 40% of global payments are conducted in euros or pounds.”Impact on Real Estate InvestorsSo what does all this mean for investors who buy and sell residential rental properties inside an LLC? It could mean that the title companies will be required to file reports that identify the beneficial owners of those properties. This is already the law in 12 U.S. cities for transactions over $300,000. That includes Boston; Chicago; Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas; Honolulu; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Miami; New York City; San Antonio; San Diego; San Francisco; and Seattle.According to realtor.com, the new regulations would expand the disclosure requirement from coast-to-coast. They may also include the purchase of commercial property as well as residential. (2)Some people say the new rules are long overdue. Attorney and anti-money laundering expert, Ross Delston, told Bloomberg: “I'm not sure where the U.S. Treasury has been for the last decade or two, but give them credit for attempting to address a gap that has festered for years and has resulted in the U.S.A. being the money laundering haven of choice for the world's corrupt politicians.” (3)If you'd like to read more about this topic, you'll find links in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com.You can also join RealWealth, for free. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources. That includes experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy05162 -https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2021/12/07/white-house-seeks-increased-oversight-on-all-cash-deals3 -https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-12-06/biden-eyes-shell-company-real-estate-purchases-for-tighter-rules
The 2021 AICPA & CIMA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments included panels and speeches from a variety of market participants, many that addressed recent and expected change on many fronts of the financial reporting landscape. Heather Horn was joined by Angela Fergason and Kyle Moffatt, National Office partners, to discuss key takeaways from this year's conference.Topics include:1:21 - Background on the conference and themes. Angela discusses the background on the conference and provides an overview of this year's themes.4:10 - What accounting topics were addressed? Angela, Kyle, and Heather talk through some of the accounting topics discussed at the conference with a highlight on SPACs, digital assets, revenue recognition, tax reform, and recently issued SAB 120 on “spring loaded” stock based compensation awards.15:30 - What is the SEC focusing on? Kyle provides the latest update on the anticipated climate disclosure proposal and walks listeners through some of the SEC staff's top areas of comment in financial statement reviews. These include materiality, non-GAAP, and segments, among others.27:54 - What's on the FASB's agenda? Angela discusses constituent feedback on the FASB's future agenda and highlights a few FASB project updates.36:18 - What themes emerged in the SEC enforcement session? Kyle gives an update on key messages coming from the SEC's Division of Enforcement. Heather tries to stump Angela and Kyle with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more?Listen to our What's trending in SEC comments podcast series here.Listen to our SPAC series here: Facts on SPACs: New trends in 2021Read our in the loop: Don't wait until the SEC staff asks you about climate changeAngela Fergason is a partner in PwC's National Office specializing in the accounting for revenue and employee compensation arrangements. She also consults on a range of financial reporting issues impacting technology companies. Angela is a frequent speaker on accounting and financial reporting topics and is a contributor to many PwC National Office publications, including our accounting guides on revenue and stock-based compensation.Kyle Moffatt is a partner in PwC's National Office where he consults with engagement teams and audit clients on SEC reporting matters. He joined PwC in April 2020 after spending almost 20 years with the SEC, most recently as Chief Accountant and Disclosure Program Director in the Division of Corporation Finance.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request. Please send requests to email@example.com.
Hosted by Simone Roach The National Association of Attorneys General just concluded one of its premiere events of the year, the Capital Forum, in Washington DC. With many Attorneys General, staff, and members of the private sector in attendance, it has been an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and hear from the AG community about their concerns and priorities. While we will provide our readers with updates on some of the important topics discussed this week, we wanted to highlight two substantive sessions that focused on partnership with federal regulators. Blog Post https://www.adlawaccess.com/2021/12/articles/feds-state-attorneys-general-a-new-enforcement-landscape/ Contact Paul L. Singer firstname.lastname@example.org (202) 342-8672 Bio - https://www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/Paul-L-Singer Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center - www.kelleydrye.com/Advertising-and…Resource-Center The Advertising and Marketing and Privacy and Information Security practice groups at Kelley Drye have organized this Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center to help your company navigate the legal landscape.
In just one week, three separate courts have ordered halts to Biden's vaccine mandates. Enforcement of the mandates on health care workers by CMS has been stopped in its tracks nationwide as courts debate its Constitutionality.
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The CY22 Home Health final rule included hospice provisions on survey reform and enforcement remedies. In this podcast, Jon talks with Judi Lund Person and special guest Kimberly Skehan, Director of Compliance, Regulatory & Quality at SimiTree Healthcare Consulting about these topics. Learn more about the language and timing of the rule, the different enforcement remedies CMS can utilize for condition level deficiencies, and what hospices should do now to prepare.
LTCCC's Richard Mollot, Hayley Cronquist, and Eric Goldwein discuss the expectation and reality of nursing home oversight and how lax enforcement exposes residents to substandard care and neglect. Interview recorded November 12, 2021 and edited for clarity. LTCCC's new project, "Nursing Home Oversight & Enforcement: Expectation vs. Reality." A Guide to Nursing Home Oversight [...]
In 1967, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Loving v. Virginia that interracial couples could not be denied the right to marry one another. Also in 1967, Kevin Hofmann's White mother was married to a White man and pregnant by her Black lover during the year of the Detroit Riots. She had the baby, agreeing to put the child up for adoption to maintain her marriage. Kevin Hoffman was quickly adopted by a White family living in Dearborn, MI. While the family welcomed Kevin with open arms, the community welcomed him with a cross burning on the adopting parents lawn. The variety of experiences Kevin had growing up biracial in both a majority Black neighborhood and later another majority White neighborhood honed his understanding of race relations and commitment to empowering diversity in schools, businesses and society at large. Listen in on his unique perspective. Kevin Hofmann is a diversity and inclusion trainer and speaker, as well as the author of Growing up Black in White. Favorite song is Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder. Favorite words: “Until the lion learns to write, every story will glorify the hunter." - African proverb BTW, 365 Brothers in the top 25 of Feedspot's Best 100 Black Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021. We are #24! Instagram @365brothers Facebook at 365BrothersThePodcast. Are you our next guest? - Let's talk. Support us! 365 Brothers on Patreon. Special thanks to our earliest and consistent supporters, Sonji Walker, Abigail Gonzalez, William C. Hamilton, Jr. and Shedrick Sanders!!! Check out Alitu for more ease editing, polishing and publishing your podcast. About this podcast: In each episode, a Brother reflects on his life; explores the experience of being a Black man in America; shares his interactions with law enforcement; and answers the signature question "If America was a woman, what would you say to her? You won't find a collection of conversations with Black men like this anywhere else. Hear their wisdom. Be inspired. Host, Rahbin Shyne, is an author, educator, creative and avid half-marathon walker.
In October, Deputy Attorney General (DAG) Lisa O. Monaco gave a Keynote Address at ABA's 36th National Institute on White Collar Crime (Monaco Speech). Monaco's remarks should be studied by every compliance professional as they portend a very large change in the way the DOJ will utilize monitors going forward. Over this podcast series, sponsored by AMI we will consider why DAG Monaco's remarks herald a new era for monitorships. Over this podcast series we will consider Monaco's remarks from a variety of perspectives. Mikhail Reider Gordon will look at global aspects of the new DOJ monitor's focus. Cristina Revelo discusses how E&C assessments help drive more compliant companies. Jesse Caplan will bring his views on the intersection of the twin topics of antitrust and healthcare compliance. Vin DiCianni looks at where monitors and monitorships are going in 2022 and beyond. In this Episode 1, Bethany Hengsbach considers this change in monitorships from the white-collar enforcement and defense perspective. Highlights of this podcast include: DOJ mandates a commitment to monitors in a non-punitive manner. The DOJ now views monitors and monitorships as a way to extend their reach. The DOJ hopes this new program will proactively use compliance programs to prevent future corrupt activity and prevent recidivism. Resources Bethany Hengsbach Affiliated Monitors Inc.
This month's podcast covers the most recent updates on vaccine mandates as well as the following cases: Due Process And The Brady Rule, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 5 v. City of Philadelphia, 2021 WL 5182646 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2021) (see also Duchesne v. Hillsborough County Attorney, 2015 WL 3897798 (N.H. 2015)). Union Entitled To Materials In Member's Disciplinary File, In re New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association, 54 PERB ¶ 3025 (N.Y. PERB 2021) State v. Ward, 2021 WL 5001793 (Ga. App. 2021) The post First Thursday, December 2021 appeared first on Labor Relations Information System.
Happy Advent! If you want to send us Christmas cards, drawings form your kids to hang up and add to our Christmas decorations, please email us at Contact@fightlaughfeast.com for our physical address. Folks, we have a lot of exciting things planned for 2022, and we are praying God blesses it all. Our club member support is key to our ability to battle it out with mainstream media, and grow as a force to be reckoned with. As you know during Advent, anyone who signs up to become an annual club member or above will get our Christmas man box. Current club members can just hit the upgrade button for this, or you can login to your club portal and just buy the Christmas man box. Of course we do these promotions to encourage you to support us, and we want to bless you as you are blessing us, and so we are grateful for all the help we can get. Also, we have a lot of people reach out to us that want to support us in creative ways, you know like help us by our own studio, church support, business partnerships, etc… and if that is the case, just email me at waterboy@CrossPolitic.com and glad to chat. One thing I am excited about, is we are working on a 3 or 4 city tour this spring, where we will be doing a one night live show on a Thursday or Friday night at a local movie theater or venue. If you are interested in booking us in your city, reach out. We already have some cities we are going to be coming too, and we will release our tour schedule as we confirm locations. This will be a night with the CrossPolitic gang, our comedian John Branyan, and special guest. So be on the lookout for our spring tour schedule. One more thing I want to tell you about before I get into the news. We are going to be producing a sort of Fight Laugh Feast QVC style show on the second Tuesday of every month. We have some many friends and companies that send us t shirts, jewelry, beard oil, even bitcoin, well we dont have room to plug everyones gifts on our show, so in the spirit of facilitation Christian businesses to work with...and that you might want to do business with, we are going to do a show once a month highlighting all the businesses that send us free merch to sport. If you want your products to show up in this show, please email Anna at Anna@FightLaughFeast.com, and dont forget to include your company logo and website...Anna will get back to you with any details needed. Merry Christmas Michigan shooting: https://www.khq.com/news/authorities-student-kills-3-wounds-6-at-michigan-school/article_dec7aaec-41ad-5d7c-b72b-68cd78aecaea.html?fbclid=IwAR1D44wWeZ-I26PIcyLZZfDHusYax0Vmn6V2eEQ5zgQ2YHozapyT-u8R-Jg According to KHQ: “Authorities say eight people were wounded in an attack at a Michigan high school in which three students were killed. Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe said at a news conference that two of the wounded were undergoing surgery as of 5 p.m. Tuesday and that the six others were in stable condition. He identified the three students who were killed as a 16-year-old boy and two girls, ages 14 and 17. Authorities say they received a flood of 911 calls shortly before 1 p.m. about an attack at Oxford High School in Oxford Township, a community of about 22,000 people roughly 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Detroit. McCabe said deputies took the shooting suspect — a 15-year-old sophomore — into custody without incident within five minutes of arriving at the school. He said the suspect's parents visited him where he's being held and advised their son not to talk to investigators, as is his right. He said as far as he knows, the suspect had no prior run-ins with law enforcement.” Public schools are not safe for your kids. Dr. Oz, celebrity physician, launches campaign for Senate in Pa. as a Republican https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/elections/dr-oz-celebrity-physician-launches-campaign-senate-pa-republican-n1285109?cid=sm_npd_nn_fb_ma “Dr. Mehmet Oz, a physician known to national TV audiences, announced Tuesday that he will run for Senate in Pennsylvania as a Republican, throwing more uncertainty into the closely watched primary. "We are angry at our government and at each other," Oz wrote in guest column published by The Washington Examiner. "We have not managed our crises as effectively as past generations. During the pandemic, I learned that when you mix politics and medicine, you get politics instead of solutions. That's why I am running for the U.S. Senate: to help fix the problems and to help us heal." Oz, in a video tweeted Tuesday afternoon, specified that he is seeking the Republican nomination. Pennsylvania's Senate battle became a spectacle last week when former President Donald Trump's endorsed candidate, Sean Parnell, ended his campaign after his estranged wife was granted sole legal custody of their children in a case where she alleged abuse. Parnell denied the accusations. "Pennsylvania needs a conservative who will put America first,” Oz, echoing Trump, said in his announcement video. Oz, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's medical school and Wharton School who as recently as 2020 lived in New Jersey, registered to vote in Pennsylvania last year at the home of his in-laws, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.” La County Sheriff Holding His Ground: https://twitter.com/BillFOXLA/status/1465507928241176580/photo/1 Can a city declare itself a republic? Calif. town just did According to News Nation Now: Fed up with COVID-19 regulations and vaccine mandates, the leaders of one California city have decided to take matters into their own hands. Oroville's City Council overwhelmingly voted to declare the town a “constitutional republic” earlier this month. What that means, according to the declaration, is: “Any executive orders issued by the State of California or by the United States federal government that are overreaching or clearly violate our constitutionally protected rights will not be enforced by the City of Oroville against its citizens.” What does it mean in practice? Oroville's mayor told the East Bay Times it “doesn't change anything.” “It's simply reminding people what kind of government we live under and that they do have personal choices and freedoms,” Mayor Chuck Reynolds told the Times. Proponents of the constitutional republic told reporters they were especially upset with California's requirement that children 12 and older eventually get vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend school. However, even after this vote, schools in Oroville will still be regulated (and largely funded) by the state. Oroville isn't the only California city to try and take a stand against the state's COVID-19 policies. Earlier in the pandemic, two towns decided to defy Gov. Gavin Newsom's shutdown orders for certain businesses, reports the Los Angeles Times. They lost some funding from the state as a result, according to the paper. The desire to secede isn't unique to California, either. The Washington Times and a USA Today columnist noticed the trend in 2020, pointing out that rural pockets of blue states are often the ones who want out. A few Virginia counties said they wanted to join their more conservative friends in West Virginia, but Adam Dean, a history professor at the University of Lynchburg, called the prospect of getting approval from both state legislatures and Congress “extremely unlikely.” Some residents in southern Oregon and far northern California have also been trying to form a 51st state of Jefferson for nearly 80 years. But as The New York Times reports, the creation of the new state would not only require California and Oregon to give the OK — Congress would have to sign off, too. So can a city decide it's fed up with its home state and go it alone? The short answer is no, at least not by merely putting the matter to a city council vote. In theory, the city's citizens could take up arms and go to war to fight for independence. But it would literally take a civil war. And since cities don't have armies, it's easy to see why even a large metropolis would be easily outmatched — not to mention Oroville, California: population 20,000. Werkz: DNB Shan and his team at Werkz specialize in concealed carry holsters for pistols with lights. They believe every defensive pistol should have a light and a holster. They currently offer holsters for 1,274 pistol and light combinations, plus can help outfit your pistol with a light. Use their holster finder at Werkz.com/CrossPolitic and be prepared to defend day and night. Biden Bans Travel to South America: If you recall, Biden tweeted this when Trump banned travel from China: Well now that Biden banned travel to/from South America, it is not racist, because Jen Psaki said so: Roll clip: https://twitter.com/BreitbartNews/status/1465411536801914881 File this under New Zealand has left the reservation: LA begins enforcing strict mandate requiring proof of vax https://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/la-begins-enforcing-strict-mandate-requiring-proof-vax-81457466?cid=social_fb_abcnp According to ABC news: “Enforcement began Monday in Los Angeles for one of the strictest vaccine mandates in the country, a sweeping measure that requires proof of shots for everyone entering a wide variety of businesses from restaurants to theaters and gyms to nail and hair salons. While the latest order aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus took effect Nov. 8, city officials spent the past three weeks providing business owners the information and resources business they need to comply. “Nobody wants to penalize anyone,” said Sharon Tso, the city's Chief Legislative Analyst, whose office drafted the enforcement rules. “That's why we've been prioritizing education.” A first offense will bring a warning but subsequent ones could produce fines running from $1,000 to $5,000. Inspectors with the Department of Building and Safety will enforce the mandate, and the city hopes to eventually get assistance from the LA County Department of Public Health, Tso said. She didn't immediately know if any warnings or citations were issued on Monday. Los Angeles is among a growing number of cities across the U.S., including San Francisco and New York City, requiring people show proof of vaccination to enter various types of businesses and venues. But rules in the nation's second-most-populous city, called SafePassLA, apply to more types of businesses and other indoor locations including concert halls, museums and convention centers. A sign reminding customers to be prepared to show their vaccine cards hangs at the Muddy Paw Coffee Shop in the Eagle Rock neighborhood, where owner Darren Laborie said he's thankful that the vast majority of his regulars have happily complied with the shifting regulations over the past year and a half. “We have to adapt to whatever rules are coming at us. And our customers go along with us,” Laborie said. Those that don't want to wear a mask or show vaccine proof can sit in the outdoor patio or take their coffees and pastries to go, he said. One year ago, Los Angeles was becoming the state's epicenter of the worst spike of the pandemic in California. By January an average of 500 people were dying statewide every day. To guard against another spike in cases, deaths and hospitalizations, the LA City Council voted 11-2 last month for the ordinance that requires people 12 and older to be fully vaccinated to enter indoor public spaces including sports arenas, museums, spas, indoor city facilities and other locations. Retail stores and shopping malls are exempt. Negative coronavirus tests within 72 hours of entry to those establishments would be required for people with religious or medical exemptions for vaccinations. Customers without proof can still use outdoor facilities and can briefly enter a business to use a restroom or pick up a food order. Business trade groups have said the mandate will sow confusion and could present safety concerns for employees tasked with checking customers' vaccination status. Laborie shares concerns that the rules could place “an undue burden” on small business owners. “A lot of businesses can't afford to have employees spending their time at the front door all the time. They just don't have the staffing,” he said. Melanie Bolen happily showed her vaccine card before having lunch inside Fred 62, an upscale diner in the city's Los Feliz neighborhood. “I mean, I'm fine with that," Bolen said. "If that's what's needed to help get things over with this pandemic, I'm all for it.” While many cold-weather states are seeing sharp increases in cases, California's per capita rate has been among the nation's lowest for two months and that has kept hospitalizations relatively low after a late-summer surge. In the last two weeks, Los Angeles County hospitalizations have fallen about 10%, mirroring the statewide trend. State forecasts show a continuing decline through Christmas. Among LA county's roughly 10 million people, 82% of eligible residents now have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose and 74% of those eligible are fully vaccinated, according to public health officials.” Remember that in 2021, where we had lockdowns and access to a vaccine, we had more COVID deaths this year, than we did in 2020. Lockdowns don't work, the vaxx don't work, and all these health bureaucracies need to go! Twitter Crackdown: Video And Photo Sharing Banned Without Consent Under First Day With New CEO https://www.dailywire.com/news/twitter-crackdown-video-and-photo-sharing-banned-without-consent-under-first-day-with-new-ceo?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=benshapiro According to the Daily Wire: “One day after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey resigned from the company he founded about 16 years ago, Twitter, under new CEO Parag Agrawal has issued a new ban that restricts sharing videos or photos without consent on the platform. The new addition was listed on Twitter's blog on Tuesday, saying, “NEW: media of private individuals without the permission of the person(s) depicted.” The new policy is designed to “help curb the misuse of media to harass, intimidate, and reveal the identities of private individuals, which disproportionately impacts women, activists, dissidents, and members of minority communities.” “Beginning today, we will not allow the sharing of private media, such as images or videos of private individuals without their consent. Publishing people's private info is also prohibited under the policy, as is threatening or incentivizing others to do so,” Twitter also noted. Twitter's guidelines will also leave room for interpretation based on “context.” “Our existing private information policy includes many exceptions in order to enable robust reporting on newsworthy events and conversations that are in the public interest,” Twitter's guidelines state.” Lastly, lets get an update on former disgraced Governor Cuomo and his brother “objective journalist” Chris Cuomo: Roll clip: https://www.today.com/video/chris-cuomo-s-link-with-former-ny-gov-andrew-cuomo-draws-new-focus-127500357987 What strikes me about all this, is that CNN claims to be an objective news source and yet they continue to hire journalist that cover up major news stories, or that masterbate on live company conference calls like Jeffrey Toobin did. CNN really is a cesspool of liars, molesters, and power hungry zealots. They really do hate the truth. Closing This is Gabriel Rench with Crosspolitic News. 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U.S. bank mergers are on the rise and so are claims that agencies “rubber stamp” merger applications and need stricter standards. But seen through the history of U.S. banking, does the existing merger review of bank mergers actually need reform? David Neill, Of Counsel at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and a leading bank merger practitioner, speaks with Anora Wang and Christina Ma on whether modernization is needed or not. Listen to this episode to learn about U.S. bank merger reviews. Related Links: Revising The Bank Merger Guidelines Part I, The Banking Law Journal (Jan. 2021) Revising The Bank Merger Guidelines Part II, The Banking Law Journal (Feb. 2021) Keep Politics Out of Bank Merger Antitrust Policy, Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog (August 12, 2021) Hosted by: Anora Wang, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP and Christina Ma, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
There have recently been some updates to China's Antimonopoly Law, so we wanted to get an update from our China offices on the topic. This week, we chat with our Director in Beijing, Lipei Zhang. Learn more about USCBC on our website
Michael Grenfell is the Executive Director, Enforcement, at the Competition and Markets Authority where he is responsible for leading the CMA's enforcement work on Competition Act cases, criminal cartels and consumer enforcement, to provide value to markets and consumers providing strong, visible and dynamic leadership of the CMA's enforcement work. This is a recording of a speech given at a joint Institute of Economic Affairs and Information Technology and Innovation Foundation conference called 'The Meaning of Competition: Assertive Antitrust Enforcement and The Digital Economy' on Thursday 4th November 2021. In May 1946, Hayek delivered the seminal Stafford Little Lecture at Princeton University, laying out his influential ideas of competition as a rivalrous process by which information is discovered. Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the lecture, the conference reinvigorated Hayek's legacy in these times of aggressive antitrust enforcement in the digital economy. Jointly organised by the Schumpeter Project on Competition Policy at the ITIF, and the IEA's Regulatory Affairs Programme, we debated current conceptions and misconceptions of the meaning of competition in the digital era. The Institute of Economic Affairs is recognised as one of the most influential think tanks in the UK, and its history is closely associated with ideas of Friedrich A. Hayek. We are delighted to host our distinguished speakers and guests today. Founded in 2006, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) is the world's top think tank for science and technology policy in the latest edition of the University of Pennsylvania's authoritative Global Go To Think Tank Index. ITIF's mission is to formulate, evaluate, and promote policy solutions that accelerate innovation and boost productivity to spur growth, opportunity, and progress. Support the IEA on Patreon, where we give you the opportunity to directly help us continue producing stimulating and educational online content, whilst subscribing to exclusive IEA perks, benefits and priority access to our content https://patreon.com/iealondon FOLLOW US: TWITTER - https://twitter.com/iealondon INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/ieauk/ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/ieauk WEBSITE - https://iea.org.uk/
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This episode was originally published on June 3rd, 2020 as Episode 84. The coronavirus pandemic has proven to be the most significant business crisis in global history. What will it take for multinational companies to aptly respond to the crisis while managing potential future harm from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) audits and investigations? Michael is joined by two guests, Jonathan Aronie and Joe Jay, from Sheppard Mullin's Organizational Integrity Group (OIG). Jonathan Aronie is a partner in the Washington, DC office of Sheppard Mullin, and the co-leader of the firm's Government Contracts and Internal Investigations Practice Group. In 2013, Jonathan was appointed by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana to serve as the Federal Monitor over the NOPD Consent Decree, the most comprehensive Consent Decree in the country. He is the author of From Bourbon Street To The Board Room: Eight Aids to Sustaining Reform. Joe Jay is a partner in the Government Contracts, Investigations & International Trade Practice Group in Sheppard Mullin's Washington, D.C. office. Joseph's practice encompasses a broad array white collar defense, corporate investigations, and international trade matters. His matters include defense of civil and criminal enforcement actions and investigations, compliance counseling and regulatory advice. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or Stitcher to receive every new episode as soon as they're published! What We Discuss in This Episode: What is the Organizational Integrity Group (OIG) and how does it help businesses? How has the coronavirus pandemic allowed the OIG to focus on what really matters when it comes to businesses responding in real-time to harm? What types of PPP audits and investigations will likely stem from the current pandemic? How will any investigations go beyond merely auditing funds that were disbursed? What else should businesses think about when carrying on with business activities under the PPP? What is the Defense Protection Act (DPA) and how might it affect enforcement of PPP spending? What types of questions are OIG clients asking of their counsel? One of the OIG's First Principles guides businesses facing a potential crisis to “slow down the scene.” What does that entail? What goals are OIG counsel trying to achieve in what they call the legal “pre-mortem” portion of assessing a company's needs? How important is it to “vet” any partners that your company plans on working with? Resources: "Using “Prospective Hindsight” To Identify And Mitigate Risks During A Crisis," Organizational Integrity Group Blog, May 26, 2020
The Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection (BCP) has utilized a variety of tools over the years to advance its goal of stopping unfair, deceptive, and fraudulent business practices. What approaches and policies are we seeing at the FTC under the Biden Administration when it comes to consumer protection? Former BCP Acting Director Daniel Kaufman joins John Roberti and Kayla Odom to discuss the FTC's approach to enforcement and policymaking in the consumer protection space in recent years. Listen in for an inside scoop on the processes of the BPC and what we might expect to see under the Biden Administration. Related Links: Federal Trade Commission, Notices of Penalty Offenses Enforcement Policy Statement Regarding Negative Option Marketing, Nov. 4, 2021 Hosted by: John Roberti, Allen & Overy LLP and Kayla Odom, Freitas & Weinberg LLP
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It has been two months since the nation's toughest restrictions on abortion took effect in Texas, effectively ending access to abortion in the state. A case against the law has once again reached the highest court in the land. John Yang reports on how the case got to the Supreme Court again and what could lie ahead. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Facebook has professed a commitment to neutrality and upholding free speech on its platform for years. But internal documents reviewed by the Wall Street Journal show the company is increasingly targeting specific groups it deems dangerous. WSJ's Jeff Horwitz explains how Facebook's actions toward the Patriot Party movement stopped it from going viral. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices