Fewer murder cases are being solved in the United States, despite the fact that the number of murders is increasing. The trend suggests something concerning is taking place in the American justice system, following anti-police and light-on-crime movements that have damaged law enforcement. Meanwhile, when it comes to anti-gun laws in the United States, it seems that even when laws are passed, there are large-scale movements to simply not cooperate with them. This is now being shown in Illinois. The state passed a sweeping anti-gun law, and citizens in the state are simply choosing to not cooperate with it. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we'll discuss these topics and others, and answer questions from the audience. Views expressed in this video are opinions of the host and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times. ⭕️
Vimeo Link https://vimeo.com/888279996?share=copy Webpage https://www.currentfederaltaxdevelopments.com/podcasts/2023/11/25/2023-11-27-fincen-becomes-part-of-erc-fraud-enforcement This week we look at: IRS delays certain parts of expanded Form 1099-K filings added in ARPA to 2024 tax years FinCEN enters the ERC fraud enforcement game, publishing 10 red flags for financial institutions to use to identify suspicious transactions that may need to be reported to FinCEN
We don't have to tell you that Canada is still mired in a housing affordability crisis. But will newly announced government measures make a dent? The House hears from someone trying to make affordable housing work in Ontario, and Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow weighs in on what she wants to see from the feds. The fiscal update this week also gave us a look at the state of Canada's books, and the ballooning deficit. Two people who know the issue inside and out talk about what the new number means. The House also travels to the U.S. border to find out how the CBSA is fighting back against the importation of fentanyl and its precursor chemicals — with the help of some canine companions. This episode features interviews with: - Bruce Davis, development consultant - Olivia Chow, mayor of Toronto - Lenny Zhou, Vancouver city councillor - Robert Asselin, economist, Business Council of Canada - Kevin Page, economist, Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy - Mark Patterson, CBSA dog handler and his partner Loki - Aaron McCrorie, VP of Intelligence and Enforcement, CBSA
Last month the FCA announced that it had fined Equifax Limited £11,164,400 for failing to manage and monitor the security of UK consumer data it had transferred to its parent company based in the US, Equifax Inc, for processing. In our latest podcast in this series, Catherine Pluck discusses with Katie Stephen and Rosie Nance the lessons from this case, and regulatory enforcement concerning IT issues more broadly, for the various phases in a firm's lifecycle regarding a cyber incident.
Congressman Tom Emmer joins me to discuss:- DOJ Binance settlement - SEC enforcement action against Kraken exchange - Stopping Gary Gensler & Elizabeth Warren - Crypto Bills in the House- Bi-partisan letter to Biden Administration regarding Hamas's digital asset fundraising campaign.- Stablecoin Regulation and CBDCs
What are the pressing issues for the animal feed and pet food industries as 2023 wraps up and we move into 2024. Rachael Dettmann Spiegel, a food lawyer with Faegre Drinker in Minneapolis, shares her insight on what to expect. To date, she says there has been an increase inspections and enforcement on the part of the Food & Drug Administration in this post-COVID era. In particular, she says, the agency is looking at companies from more of a complete perspective, making visits to all manufacturing facilities rather than picking and choosing just a few to visits. She also addresses the importance of having contracts in place with suppliers, having a safety culture throughout the team and making sure product recall preparations are in place.This episode is sponsored by United Animal Health, a leader in animal health and nutrition. You can learn more about United Animal Health and how they are working to advance animal science worldwide by visiting the website at UnitedANH.comFor more information, on this and other topics, we invite you to visit our websites - www.beefmagazine.com, www.Feedstuffs.com, and www.NationalHogFarmer.com.
On this episode, we get in on the group hug of a family in distress. There's seems to be no amount of support that can keep this situation from getting shot full of holes. It's a tale as old as … old people wielding World-War-II-era revolvers.And we happily end with a Happy Ending during happy hour that hits a little too close to home (Jess). It's fun. It's family. It's a friggin' freakshow. Hugs. ❤️Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
We're back with a deeper dive into the 2023 Data Security Incident Response Report, which features insights and metrics from 1,160+ incidents in 2022.This episode dives deeper into information governance.Questions & comments: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
For decades, Section 8 of the Clayton Act--which prohibits two competing corporations from sharing a common director--was rarely enforced by the U.S. antitrust agencies, and corporations were for the most part left to regulate themselves. In this episode, Alicia Downey and Sergei Zaslavsky talk to antitrust practitioner Diane Hazel about how the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission have recently been focusing a lot more attention on identifying Section 8 violations based on an expansive view of the scope of the statute. Listen to this episode to learn about recent enforcement trends and what companies can do to avoid potentially unlawful interlocking directorates. With special guest: Diane Hazel, Foley & Lardner LLP Related Links: Benjamin R. Dryden, Diane Hazel & Richard L. Flannery, An Analysis of the “Deputization” Theory of Section 8 of the Clayton Act, Antitrust Source (August 31, 2023) Diane Hazel, Richard L. Flannery & Benjamin R. Dryden, How To Assess Interlocking Directorates In Antitrust Ramp-Up, Law 360 (October 25, 2022) ABA Antitrust Law Section, Interlocking Directorates Handbook (2011) Hosted by: Alicia Downey, Downey Law LLC and Sergei Zaslavsky, O'Melveny & Myers LLP
On this episode we speak with Sam Cosentino, Director of Enforcement with the Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council (OMVIC) to discuss what their organization is all about, how they support the vehicle consumer and the new partnership forged with Toronto Crime Stoppers. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/toronto-crime-stoppers/message
Quinn Emanuel partners Michael Liftik, Sarah Heaton Concannon, and Dabney O'Riordan join this special episode of the inSecurities Podcast to unpack the SEC Division of Enforcement's Annual Report, which was released on November 14, 2023. Kurt and the expert panel discuss the Division's motivation to post impressive enforcement statistics and grab headlines with high impact cases. The panel also discusses programmatic priorities, including perennial focus areas like investment adviser cases, and results in litigated matters.
Google's Newest Search Features: “Whipped cream on S.H. I. .T”.?While Google's new features aim to enhance user interaction and personalize the search experience, they may not address broader user concerns about search result quality and privacy. And in fact may, as David points out, might just be whipped cream on a not very tasty substrate. The success of these features will depend on their implementation, user acceptance, and compliance with global privacy standards.Whitespark Research: Exploring the Landscape of Local Business Reviews across 1 Million Listings. In the world of local businesses, customer reviews play a pivotal role in shaping public perception and influencing consumer decisions. Darren Shaw and Whitespark's comprehensive analysis of a million local businesses offers valuable insights into the distribution of reviews across various categories. There is a lot of work to be done on the fake review front:Google's new review algo didn't do a very good job spotting the many fake reviews on the physician's practice recently fined by the NYS AG. The fine, $100,000, was hardly enough to pay for the time they spent analyizing the situation and certainly was not enough to deter someone that is making millions as an orthopedic surgeon. While the FTC and state's AG are getting more aggressive bringing high profile cases, it is unlikely that is enough to stem the tide of fake reviews. The Near Memo is a weekly conversation about Search, Social, and Commerce: What happened, why it matters, and the implications for local businesses and national brands.near memo ep 135Subscribe to our 3x per week newsletter at https://www.nearmedia.co/subscribe/
Reviews matter. In a survey conducted by Yelp, 83% of consumers who read reviews say they trust online reviews about local businesses. However, fake reviews may mislead consumers. Recently, there was media attention around a one-night-only restaurant in New York City that arose from fake reviews. The idea for a restaurant spawned from a joke. A group of friends had renamed (on Google Maps) the house they lived in to “Mehran's Steakhouse” and left reviews about the “restaurant.” It was not an established “restaurant” at the time, though some of the reviews suggested otherwise. “Mehran's Steakhouse” had 91 reviews and a near-perfect Google rating. The friends set up a website and created a waiting list, where over 900 people signed up. Eventually, the friends put together a one-night-only dining experience. They obtained a liquor license, food handling permits, printed menus, and set up a number of “fake”-themed performances (e.g. fans of the artist, Drake, stood outside the restaurant holding posters to get Drake's attention, though Drake was not there; a fake proposal occurred in the dining room). https://www.kelleydrye.com/viewpoints/blogs/ad-law-access/know-your-fake-reviews-state-ags-signal-enforcement Paul Singer email@example.com (202) 342-8672 www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/Paul-L-Singer Abigail Stempson firstname.lastname@example.org (202) 342-8678 www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/Abigail-Stempson Beth Chun email@example.com (202) 342-8671 www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/Beth-Bolen-Chun Rod Ghaemmaghami firstname.lastname@example.org (213) 547-4912 www.kelleydrye.com/people/rod-ghaemmaghami Subscribe to the Ad Law Access blog - www.kelleydrye.com/subscribe Subscribe to the Ad Law News Newsletter - www.kelleydrye.com/subscribe View the Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center - www.kelleydrye.com/advertising-and-privacy-law Find all of our links here linktr.ee/KelleyDryeAdLaw Hosted by Simone Roach
Lena Nicole Marshall - Deputy Sheriff Jackson County Sheriff's Office, Ga. She was a dedicated law enforcement officer whose life was tragically cut short when she was shot and killed. Lena Nicole Marshall, affectionately known as Nicole, served as a Deputy Sheriff for the Jackson County Sheriff's Office in Georgia. Her journey in law enforcement spanned various roles, having previously worked with the Barrow County Sheriff's Office, Habersham Sheriff's Office, Winder Police Department, and the Helen Police Department. Nicole wasn't just a courageous officer; she was a loving mother and friend. Unfortunately, her story took a heartbreaking turn when, on November 8, 2021, she was shot and killed by a criminal. The pain deepened as it was revealed that she had previously lost a son on the same date as her untimely passing. Deputy Sheriff Lena Nicole Marshall was a True Crime Fighter. In the Clubhouse: Drop In Audio Chat app look for and follow John J. Wiley @LetRadioShow. Background song by Lobo Loco - Brain - Instrumental. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we start by learning about the complex relationship between recessions and stock returns before welcoming Huston Loke and Jordan Solway from the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) to discuss protecting consumers in the financial investment space. Huston is the Executive Vice President of Market Conduct, and Jordan is the Executive Vice President of Legal and Enforcement at FSRA. The FSRA supervises insurance companies, mortgage brokers, credit unions, pensions and other non-securities areas of the financial services sector. We discuss the objectives of the FSRA, their approach to protecting consumers, enforcement strategies, upcoming regulations, and more. Then, we welcome back Mark McGrath to learn about the Passive Investment Grind (PIG) concept for this week's Mark to Market segment, and we take a look back at a previous episode with Ted Seides of Capital Allocators. Finally, we are joined by author Tim Hale to discuss the new edition of his book Smarter Investing before closing off with our usual after-show roundup. Tune in now! Key Points From This Episode: (0:03:22) The relationship between recessions and stock returns, the definition of a technical recession, and the role of media in shaping perceptions. (0:09:33) Why bad economic conditions don't necessarily warrant changes to investment strategies and why attempts to time the market based on recession news should be avoided. (0:13:42) Introducing Huston Loke and Jordan Solway and background about the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA). (0:15:34) Objectives of the FSRA and the principle of putting the client's interest first. (0:18:55) What aspects of financial advisory services FSRA regard as the most important. (0:20:30) Unpacking the “Take-All-Comers” rule in Ontario and how it protects consumers. (0:25:32) How successful the title protection rule has been in Ontario and how it differentiates between the title of financial advisor and financial planner. (0:29:21) Concerns about the rollout of the title protection rule and the disparity across various designations. (0:33:26) Advice for identifying a suitable financial advisor or planner and how the FSRA is helping cross-check credentials. (0:37:19) FSRA's findings in a review of tiered recruitment model life insurance MGAs and the enforcement action taken. (0:44:47) Insights into commission-based compensation structures for financial products and upcoming commission disclosure rules. (0:49:09) Additional steps consumers can take to avoid bad financial advice and services. (0:50:49) Recommendations for budding financial planners or advisors to ensure they get the correct training. (0:53:23) Discover the infinite banking concept and what future initiatives Huston and Jordan are most excited about. (0:59:35) Mark explains the passive investment grind concept in our Mark to Market segment. (1:09:21) Recapping essential takeaways from a previous episode with Ted Seides. (1:12:02) Tim Hale discusses his book Smarter Investing, his motivation for writing it, his intended audience, and its main takeaways. (1:20:09) How the financial landscape has changed since the first edition of his book and his shift toward systematic investing. (1:25:25) Tim shares what he thinks are the biggest mistakes investors make and behavioural biases that influence investors' decisions. (1:27:58) Final words of wisdom Tim has for listeners and how his approach applies to markets outside of the UK. (1:29:45) Aftershow roundup, listener reviews, book recommendations, and more! 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Vinson & Elkins partner Rebecca Fike joins the inSecurities podcast to talk about insider trading, the SEC's use of artificial intelligence and data analytics to root out misconduct, and the Enforcement Division's focus on reporting and disclosure cases, including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting. She also explains how the Commission's focus on charging even technical violations feels a bit like the return of the “broken windows” approach to enforcement. Rebecca draws on her 10 years of experience in the Division of Enforcement to explain what captures the staff's attention and how they investigate.
A Pennsylvania House committee has taken the first step toward addressing a shortage of truck parking in the state. And Iowa's Department of Transportation is trying something new, called “safety corridors,” to tackle an increase in fatal accidents on the state's roadways. Also, what do you eat while you're out on the road – home-cooked-style meals or fast food? We'll discuss a recent survey. And when you lease onto a motor carrier, there's a lot of important information you need to know when it comes to insurance. 0:00 – Newscast 10:07– Iowa creates “safety corridors” 25:00– Insurance and leasing on with a carrier 39:28 – Pennsylvania tackles truck parking
Legalizing red light/speed camera enforcement, light rail turnstiles and safety, moderately spicy sambusas, vehicle miles traveled (VMT) reduction, transpo policy bros, energy policy bros, the viability of a train to Duluth, connecting the Midtown Greenway to St. Paul, and incendiary remarks over how easy it is to drive and park in Minneapolis. All these topics and more in my conversation with Rep. Samantha Sencer-Mura who represents Minnesota House district 63A, which overlaps with a good chunk of Minneapolis Ward 12: stretching from Minnehaha Park on the south, the Mississippi River on the east, Hiawatha Ave/Blue Line LRT to the west, and I-94 to the north. Watch: https://youtube.com/wedgelive Join the conversation: https://twitter.com/wedgelive Support the show: https://patreon.com/wedgelive Wedge LIVE theme song by Anthony Kasper x LaFontsee
On this episode we cover the intense shootout at a mall, he senseless mass killing, and fallout. We end it with a happy ending that is good for the mind and soul. Hugs. ❤️Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
Supreme Court to adopt code of ethics, but without enforcement. UK's Government brings back former Prime Minister David Cameron. World is behind on almost every policy to cut carbon emissions. You can subscribe to Five Minute News with Anthony Davis on YouTube, with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker, or enable Five Minute News as your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing skill. Join our Patreon for bonus content, commentary and more, at patreon.com/fiveminutenews Subscribe to our YouTube channel membership www.youtube.com/fiveminutenews Five Minute News is an Evergreen Podcast, covering politics, inequality, health and climate - delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news, daily. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we cover a man with a bad Spirit in a county that has enough problems as it was. And in the Haply Ending, we find out what can happen when you don't have a girlfriend. It's fun, then it all gets terrible, and then horrible, and back to funny. It's a perfect format custom-made for your earballs. Hugs. ❤️ Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
David Pollard, Programme Manager of the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Environmental Enforcement, discusses the latest report on the environmental performance of local authorities last year.
Part 2 of 2If there is one man who is responsible for the concept of the suffering podcast, it is Dr. Eugene Stefanelli. Dr. Stefanelli brings his wealth of knowledge and experience to The Suffering Podcast. Doc. Is the past Exec. Dir. of the Boland Rehabilitation Center for Catholic Charities, W. Essex Voc. Rehabilitation center, Past Dir. of the NW Essex Community Healthcare Network, Past Pres. of the NJ Association of Rehab Facilities, past Pres. of NJ National Rehabilitation Association. Past Chairman of the Essex County Office for the handicapped and Presently the Clinical Director of the NJSPBA. Dr. Stefanelli saves lives everyday with his Private Practice in Verona NJ specializing in Addictions and PTSD in law Enforcement.Dr. Stefanelli has joined Kevin and Mike through group therapy and is the genesis of what this show has become.Find The Suffering PodcastThe Suffering Podcast InstagramKevin Donaldson InstagramMike Failace InstagramBuzzsproutApple PodcastSpotifyFacebookTikTokYouTubeThe Suffering Podcast FamilyDented Development ProjectToyota of HackensackBetterHelp Discount Code SufferingBella Dama CigarsSupport the showThe Suffering Podcast Instagram Kevin Donaldson Instagram TikTok YouTubeSupport the showThe Suffering Podcast Instagram Kevin Donaldson Instagram TikTok YouTube
From wholesale revisions of the merger guidelines to significant amendments to the Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification forms, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have proposed significant changes that, if adopted, will have profound effects on merger review and enforcement for the foreseeable future. What might these changes mean for hospitals, health systems, and other stakeholders in the health care industry? On this episode, Epstein Becker Green attorneys Trish Wagner, John Steren, Jeremy Morris, and Will Walters dive into the latest developments in health care antitrust law and analyze the FTC's and DOJ's views on mergers in health care markets. Visit our site for more information and related resources: https://www.ebglaw.com/dhc72 Subscribe for email notifications: https://www.ebglaw.com/subscribe. Visit: http://diagnosinghealthcare.com. This podcast is 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.
Episode 85 – Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA) This month on Calendar Call, Matt talks with Attorney Scott Madeo at the Department of Consumer Protection and Attorney Jeremy Pearlman at the Division of Enforcement and Public Protection. Matt, Scott, and Jeremy discuss the complaint process, investigation, and enforcement. Additional topics include the hearing process, state vs. private actions, jurisdiction, and the statute of limitations. CUTPA CGS Sec. 42-110 Per Se CUTPA Violations Department of Consumer Protection
The award-winning, Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast that takes a deep dive into a compliance-related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. Looking for some hard-hitting insights on compliance? Look no further than Compliance into the Weeds! In this episode, Tom and Matt take a deep dive into the issue of how and whether you should remediate during an enforcement action. The importance of early and continuous remediation of compliance issues cannot be overstated. It is a critical aspect of maintaining a healthy relationship with regulators and ensuring effective strategies are in place to address any uncovered issues. Tom firmly believes in the necessity of initiating the remediation process as early as possible, even during the investigation phase. He emphasizes the importance of regular communication with regulators and the potential risks of delaying remediation. Matt echoes Fox's sentiments. He highlights the confidence that early remediation brings to compliance officers and the increased likelihood of successful resolution. Join Tom Fox and Matt Kelly as they delve deeper into this topic in this episode of the Compliance into the Weeds podcast. Key Highlights: Proactive Remediation for Effective Compliance Management Navigating Personnel Matters During Remediation Logical and Consistent Employee Discipline Compliance Remediation Strategies for Confident Compliance Officers Resources Matt on Radical Compliance Tom Instagram Facebook YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Geo Week News Content Manager Carla Lauter and Jeremiah Karpowicz, Editorial Director for Commercial UAV News, join Scott Howe, Editorial Analyst for Commercial UAV News, for the latest Uncrewed Views podcast. The panel discusses the impact the new FAA administrator could have on the UAV and AAM industries, how safety and privacy concerns influence the use of drones in law enforcement, the top drone companies in delivery and remote sensing, and more. Sources: Commercial UAV News: Senate Confirms Mike Whitaker to Lead the FAA ENO Center for Transportation: FAA Administrator Whitaker Confirmed, Sworn In The Drone Girl: What Michael Whitaker's Confirmation as Faa Administrator Means for the Drone Industry NY Post: NYPD eyeing tricked-out van to track down illegal drones, fight terror Reason: Should Governments Need a Warrant To Spy on You With a Drone? Route Fifty: Policing police drones: How regulations can protect privacy while expanding public safety Statescoop: Michigan junkyard case could change how government uses drones Commercial UAV News: The Leading Drone Service Companies of 2023 Crossroads (MNDOT): Sensor And Drone Technologies Help Maintain Minnesota's Aging Bridge Infrastructure
Part 1 of 2If there is one man who is responsible for the concept of the suffering podcast, it is Dr. Eugene Stefanelli. Dr. Stefanelli brings his wealth of knowledge and experience to The Suffering Podcast. Doc. Is the past Exec. Dir. of the Boland Rehabilitation Center for Catholic Charities, W. Essex Voc. Rehabilitation center, Past Dir. of the NW Essex Community Healthcare Network, Past Pres. of the NJ Association of Rehab Facilities, past Pres. of NJ National Rehabilitation Association. Past Chairman of the Essex County Office for the handicapped and Presently the Clinical Director of the NJSPBA. Dr. Stefanelli saves lives everyday with his Private Practice in Verona NJ specializing in Addictions and PTSD in law Enforcement.Dr. Stefanelli has joined Kevin and Mike through group therapy and is the genesis of what this show has become.Find The Suffering PodcastThe Suffering Podcast InstagramKevin Donaldson InstagramMike Failace InstagramBuzzsproutApple PodcastSpotifyFacebookTikTokYouTubeThe Suffering Podcast FamilyDented Development ProjectToyota of HackensackBetterHelp Discount Code SufferingBella Dama CigarsSupport the showThe Suffering Podcast Instagram Kevin Donaldson Instagram TikTok YouTube
The FDA Group's CEO, Nick Capman, sits down with George Toscano, President & CEO of Toscano Consulting Group, to explore recent FDA enforcement trends and the nuances of the FDA inspection process, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the industry. Discussion points include: » George's extensive background in the pharmaceutical, biologics, and medical device industries, highlighting his transition from an analytical development chemist to a consultant specializing in quality and regulatory work. » The emergence of new companies in the pharmaceutical space during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly those producing hand sanitizers, and the challenges they faced with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). » The FDA's increased scrutiny on the presence of diethylene glycol and ethylene glycol in components, reflecting on historical issues and the importance of stringent testing for these contaminants. » The problem of inadequate authority within quality units, especially in Over-The-Counter (OTC) manufacturers, leading to compliance issues and insufficient testing for harmful impurities. » A shift in the FDA's focus towards ophthalmic products due to recent contamination issues, and the anticipation of this becoming a new wave of enforcement. » The significant reduction in on-site FDA inspections during the pandemic, the transition to remote evaluations and document requests, and the gradual return to on-site inspections with continued use of remote tools. » The concept of FDA "waves" of focus, with a recent pre-COVID wave on OTC manufacturers, and the potential for new waves targeting different areas such as ophthalmic products. » The perennial issues cited by the FDA, such as the failure to conduct adequate investigations and the lack of or failure to follow written procedures, which are expected to continue being focal points in FDA observations. Mr. Toscano is an experienced consultant with over 25 years in the industry, specializing in international compliance, Data Integrity, and quality systems. He has successfully managed projects addressing FDA enforcement actions, such as 483 responses, Warning Letters, and Consent Decrees. His expertise extends to laboratory and manufacturing investigations, CAPA, change control, and stability programs. He has also led analytical R&D labs, overseeing product development and regulatory submissions, including ANDA, NDA, and 505(b)2 applications. Recently, he spearheaded a multi-year expansion and remediation for a biologics manufacturer under a consent decree. His comprehensive knowledge in quality assurance, data integrity, validation, and cGMP training has been pivotal in helping clients develop and fix quality systems to meet FDA standards. Who is The FDA Group? The FDA Group helps life science organizations rapidly access the industry's best consultants, contractors, and candidates. Our resources assist in every stage of the product lifecycle, from clinical development to commercialization, with a focus in Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, and Clinical Operations. https://www.thefdagroup.com/
- Join the Guild of Champions - CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE In this insightful and engaging episode, your host, Chris Terrell, delves deep into his personal journey of achieving and maintaining weight loss for more than two years. He shares valuable insights and lessons he's learned along the way and motivates listeners with his own experiences to inspire them in their own weight loss quests. In this episode, you'll learn 1. Chris's personal story of overcoming chronic dieting and finally making lasting, meaningful changes to achieve and maintain his weight loss. 2. The concept of "weight loss levers," such as setting and enforcing boundaries, varying exercise types, and controlling eating frequencies, and how adjusting these levers can assist you in your weight management goals. 3. About the struggles and transformations Chris experienced during his weight loss journey, including changing his lifestyle, managing stress and emotional eating, and even improving his financial situation. 4. The power of steadfast persistence and commitment in a weight loss journey, as Chris emphasizes the importance of never giving up regardless of the challenges faced. 5. Information on how to join Chris's guild for more structured support and guidance in your weight loss journey, and a special reminder about a price change for the membership. — Have a question for The Chris Terrell Podcast? Leave a voicemail at this link: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christerrellcoaching/message or submit your written question for a chance to be on the show live with Chris Terrell: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3SC92W8 — Additional Support My FREE Facebook Group: The CTC Weight Loss Support Group Learn about the Guild of Champions: Click here to learn more __ 3 ways to support the show Support the show directly: Buy Me a Coffee Share your favorite episode on social media. Provide a review on your favorite podcasting app. — Free Downloads Download my Journaling Guide today: The Free Guide How to find your why: https://youtu.be/VkQtpSi1Tus — Additional Resources Coaching Website: www.christerrellcoaching.com Free Content: The Goods! My TikTok Channel: @og_chris_terrell Instagram: @OG_Chris_Terrell — --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christerrellcoaching/message
The City of Portland will begin to enforce a daytime camping ban, which had been passed earlier this year, in two weeks, officials announced on Monday.The ban officially starts on Nov. 13.The announcement came during a press conference with Mayor Ted Wheeler and interim Portland Police Bureau Chief Bob Day also announced an increase in foot patrols in the city's downtown for the upcoming holiday shopping season.The daytime camping ban ordinance was passed by the City Council on June 7 and would ban camping in public places from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.A lawsuit was filed by the Oregon Law Center against the city in late September, claiming the ban was “unreasonable, cruel, incomprehensible.”Support the show
Bret Keisling discusses a recent Internal Revenue Service press release and subsequent clarification that warned of potential IRS issues with ESOPs including valuation issues with employee stock, prohibited allocation of shares to disqualified persons, and failure to follow tax law requirements that would cause an ESOP loan to be a prohibited transaction, none of which are unusual issues for the IRS to highlight. Notably, the IRS highlighted ESOP Management companies (not holding companies) that seem designed to replace taxable income with loans as a way for high earners to avoid taxes. The links to blog posts on this topic and the videocast and full transcript of this episode are on our website at https://www.theesoppodcast.com/post/mini-cast-242-the-irs-and-esop-enforcement
Approaching his second anniversary as the UK's Information Commissioner, John Edwards believes the culture change he has led since taking the job at the start of 2022 has the regulator ready for an “agile” spectrum of responses to data protection problems. Sitting down with MLex recently for an extended conversation at the Global Privacy Assembly meetings in Bermuda, Edwards discussed the need for data protection regulators to have a more assertive response to the privacy risks of generative artificial intelligence than they had to the rise of social media business models more than a decade ago. For companies that want to comply with UK data protection law, Edwards said the ICO now has an array of tools and guidance showing that “we're there to walk with you and to help you” comply with the law. Edwards believes the UK has a unique and important place on the world's data protection stage — close to Europe in terms of its privacy law but influenced by the US and the Pacific Rim in terms of its interpretation. “We have potential to act as a bridge between different data protection traditions,” he said.
What’s Trending: Sound Transit bringing back 'racist' fare enforcement, it's a bad sign that bus drivers are maxing out state workers comp budget and Jackson Maynard (Citizen Action Defense Fund) on the fight to overturn a transportation package that hiked up gas prices and driver license fees. Big Local: Bethel parents concerned about safety for kids walking to schools and Bellevue parents not noticing while enrollment is down. You Pick: Rantz makes fun of a TikTok girl who can't handle a 40-hour work week.
Miller & Chevalier Partner Sandra Hanna returns to the inSecurities podcast to discuss key takeaways from the Securities Enforcement Forum 2023. Sandra and Kurt talk about SEC Chair Gary Gensler's remarks at the conference, which covered the SEC's annual enforcement results, crypto enforcement, and the SEC whistleblower program. They also dive into the important topic of self-reporting: When, why, and how to do it.
On this episode of Ruled by Reason, AAI's Kathleen Bradish talks with Open Market's Sandeep Vaheesan and the American Economic Liberties Project's Erik Peinert about the pro-enforcement community's views on the draft Merger Guidelines recently released by the FTC and DOJ. This is a wide-ranging and in-depth discussion about how the proposed changes succeed in advancing better merger enforcement, where they fall short, and what beneficial modifications could be made to the final version. Using each organization's comments to the draft Guidelines as the jumping off point, Bradish talks with Vaheesan and Peinert about the proper role of guidelines, the importance of structural presumptions, the differences between treatment of vertical and horizontal mergers, and the viability of the efficiencies defense. The discussion concludes with thoughts about how to maximize the practical impact and the long-term viability of the Guidelines.
This week on Covered with the Utah FOP, your favorite hosts Brent a Jex and Bret Rawson are joined by Jeff "JC" Jensen to talk about anything and everything you need to know about OICI protocols and interviews. But first, we bid farewell to the third member of the Covered trio, former Executive Director Scott Stephenson who's moving on to serve on the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole.To learn more about the Utah Fraternal Order of Police, visit us our website below:www.UtahStateFOP.com
And in this episode, we cover the case of a brave girl who braved her mom's shopping trip, and subsequent shoplifting that hit a little too close to home. And speaking of homes, we bring a happy ending that covers both the interior and exterior of one such house, and the impact that it had on another girl. Stay tuned, listen in with your earballs. This one will steal your heart, your car, and your driving privileges. Hugs. ❤️Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
Additonal study text for the end of times. Presence of false christs and false prophets (Matt. 24:5, 11) War, (Matt. 24:6-7; Luke 21:10) Persecution of the faithful, (Matt. 24:9) Apostasy, (Matt. 24:10; 1 Tim. 4:1) Lawlessness increases and love grows cold, (Matt. 24:12) Earthquakes, famine, and plague, (Luke 21:11) Increase in selfishness, (2 Tim. 2:2) Lovers of self, money, and pleasure. Arrogant, disobedient, ungrateful, and unholy. They will be haters of good, conceited, appearing godly but are not, (2 Tim. 3:2-5) Mocking of Jesus, (2 Peter 3:3-4; Jude 17-19) Increase in knowledge, (Daniel 12:4) Rise of spiritism, (1 Tim. 4:1) Decay of marriage, (1 Tim. 4:1) False teaching, (2 Tim. 4:3–4) The gospel will be preached to the whole world, (Matt. 24:14) Signs in the heavens, (Luke 21:11) Sun and Moon will be darkened, (Matt. 24:29) The sign of the Son of Man will appear in the sky, (Matt. 24:30) Abuse and destruction of the earth and its resources, (Rev. 11:18) All the nations of the earth will gather against Israel, (Zech. 12:3) Rebuilding of the Temple, (2 Thess. 2:3–4) Arrival of the Antichrist, (2 Thess. 2:3–4; Rev. 13:14–17) Enforcement of the mark of the beast, (Rev. 13:17) Repentance of Israel and the Jews coming to faith in Christ (Rom. 11:25-26) let me know if you want a copy of the new book when it drops! firstname.lastname@example.org Giving Links https://giv.li/p2nj61Zelle - pastor@SpeakLifeChurch.net You can support the ministry by check or money order by sending it to Speak Life Church, 14713 Kent Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Rev. Kenn Blanchard
In this episode of the Above Board podcast, Morrison Foerster partner and host Dave Lynn speaks with Edward Imperatore, a partner in Morrison Foerster's Investigations + White Collar Defense practice group and former Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, about the increasing securities enforcement focus on the life sciences and healthcare industry by the Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice. The discussion includes trends and novel theories in the areas of insider trading and accounting and disclosure fraud, with takeaways from recent cases. Also discussed are best practices for public life sciences and healthcare companies to enhance internal controls and mitigate potential risks.
In episode 1571, Jack and Miles are joined by author of Zoey Is Too Drunk for This Dystopia, Jason Pargin, to discuss… Gilgo Beach Killer: More Evidence The Police Are More Incompetent Than We Can Imagine, The Youth Ain't Lookin For Horny Content--They Want To See Real Friendships and more! Gilgo Beach Killer: More Evidence The Police Are More Incompetent Than We Can Imagine The Youth Ain't Lookin For Horny Content--They Want To See Real Friendships LISTEN: 12's In 8 by Karriem RigginsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this unlock from the $10 Patreon feed Alice (@aliceavizandum) and Devon (@devon_onearth) are back with Milo (@milo_edwards) and Phoebe (@prhroy) for some pure riffing about the diplomatic pasty and the Bedtime Resistance Front... This and much more available on our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/mastersofpod Follow us on twitter @mastersofpod!
As a backdrop for the call, we dive into the folklore of Clear Creek County, Colorado. From the haunted woods comes a call that will haunt your earballs. We close things out with a happy ending that's a cautionary tale of drugs dealers. Hugs. ❤️Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
Nobody likes change, but everyone loves a behind-the-scenes look at how things work at 11:59 - so we oblige. We hope you'll still love us after this rare look at the guts of our operations. Be gentle. We are all human. And in the episode, we jess get right into it. We cover the case of a horrible human who not only has the middle name of Wayne (statistically one of the most common middle-names of criminals in the US) but he also chooses the most horrible choices for himself and many others. He's horrible. He's a coward. And you'll agree. And on the happy ending, The Op's memory takes a dump, but he makes up for it with a call that'll keep you buzzing all the way to the hospital. It's the climax of the episode! Hugs ❤️Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
The Op tries to go hunting. All the animals laugh at him. His buddies Adam the Cop and PJ are along for the ride. We cover deadly force, the elusive world of being a candle magnate, and how the use of deadly force never was used during this trip … hiking with bullets. We spelunk into a 911 call from some boy scouts and their trapped-in-a-den leader. And The Op misreads the title of a call and makes everything awkward. If you like dill pickle meat sticks, high mountains, and low self esteem, you're gonna love this episode. *no animals were even remotely harmed during this making of this episode. For five friggin' days … no animals were harmed. Rest assured. *kicks a stump* Hugs. ❤️ Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
In this episode we dig into the sordid details of Ruby Franke's life, how she made it big peddling her motherhood and family standards to her fawning online fans - and how the reality of her family's life was anything but how she portrayed it online. She's gross. It's gross. And you'll walk away with a pit in your stomach - if you don't you should check to see whether your heart is still beating. And we cover a happy ending about a board feud in a parking lot. Hugs. ❤️Ad-free episodes, and hours of extra 911 Calls content each week, exclusive merch, and early access to all of the 11:59 Media podcasts. Start accessing hundreds of additional hours!Visit 11:59 PLUS.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5943242/advertisement
In this episode, Lisa interviews Mayor Victor Trevino of Laredo, Texas, discussing the ongoing migrant crisis at the southern border. Mayor Trevino emphasizes the challenges faced by border cities like Laredo and the need for federal support in dealing with the influx of migrants. The conversation also touches on the inhumane treatment of migrants, the need for immigration reform, and the issue of cartel activity and drug consumption. Subscribe now to The Truth with Lisa Boothe - new episodes debut every Monday & Thursday. Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.