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Best podcasts about legal fees

Latest podcast episodes about legal fees

Everyday Ministry Podcast
Is the Bible Eternal – What We Believe, Part 1

Everyday Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 81:04


Rapp Report episode 188 Is Scripture eternal? Why does it matter? This episode starts a new series and provides an overview of why studying theology is important. Andrew and Bud look at the Striving for Eternity statement on What We Believe and they start the series with The Holy Scriptures. The Scripture is revealed from God and is the authority for the Christian for faith and practice. Many Christians do not study about the Scriptures and why we value them. They do not cover the full section but address the following paragraph: "The Bible is God's special self-revelation, which is limited in space and time and are directed to various designated individuals (2 Peter 1:21). The accepted writings that make up the Bible are the 39 Old Testament books and 27 New Testament books without any of the additional writings commonly known as the Apocrypha. The Bible provides the only inerrant and absolutely authoritative propositional knowledge of God that exists."   Resources mentioned: You cannot Trust the Bible because It has been edited Is the Bible Reliable? Manuscripts Prove the Bible is Reliable Can You Trust Your Bible? How Do You Know the Bible is True and Not Other Books? Why Should We Believe the Bible? Governments Must Pay $800,000 in Legal Fees to Church for COVID-19 Overreach  

5 Solas
Is the Bible Eternal – What We Believe, Part 1

5 Solas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 81:04


Rapp Report episode 188 Is Scripture eternal? Why does it matter? This episode starts a new series and provides an overview of why studying theology is important. Andrew and Bud look at the Striving for Eternity statement on What We Believe and they start the series with The Holy Scriptures. The Scripture is revealed from God and is the authority for the Christian for faith and practice. Many Christians do not study about the Scriptures and why we value them. They do not cover the full section but address the following paragraph: "The Bible is God's special self-revelation, which is limited in space and time and are directed to various designated individuals (2 Peter 1:21). The accepted writings that make up the Bible are the 39 Old Testament books and 27 New Testament books without any of the additional writings commonly known as the Apocrypha. The Bible provides the only inerrant and absolutely authoritative propositional knowledge of God that exists."   Resources mentioned: You cannot Trust the Bible because It has been edited Is the Bible Reliable? Manuscripts Prove the Bible is Reliable Can You Trust Your Bible? How Do You Know the Bible is True and Not Other Books? Why Should We Believe the Bible? Governments Must Pay $800,000 in Legal Fees to Church for COVID-19 Overreach  

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys
How to Defer Contingent Legal Fees Using Two Different Funding Vehicles

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 4:18


When deferring contingent legal fees, attorneys have the option to use either a structured settlement annuity or a deferred compensation plan as the funding vehicle. In this episode, Greg Maxwell talks about the process of deferring fees using these two funding vehicles and the differences between them.  Contact Greg Maxwell at (801) 683-7362 or at Maxwell@AmicusPlanners.com if you have any questions about this podcast episode. ⁠— Join the Personal Injury Attorney Facebook Group ⁠— Join our Facebook group to connect with attorneys nationwide and learn how to grow, improve, and streamline your practice. Click here to join: https://amicus.llc/Attorney-Group  ⁠— YouTube Content ⁠— To view our Settlement Planning Quick Tip series, visit: https://amicus.llc/QuickTip You can subscribe to the Amicus Settlement Planners YouTube channel by clicking here: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube ⁠— Contact Amicus⁠ — Website: https://www.AmicusPlanners.com/ Email: Contact@AmicusPlanners.com Phone: (801) 683-7362 ⁠— Follow us on Social Media⁠ — Twitter: https://amicus.llc/Amicus-Twitter Facebook: https://amicus.llc/FB-Page YouTube: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube LinkedIn: https://amicus.llc/Linked-In ⁠— Blog Content ⁠— To read our latest articles and see our latest settlement-related content, visit the Amicus Settlement Planners blog: https://amicus.llc/Articles 

Female Startup Club
The $10,000 in legal fees you can avoid with Goldune's Founder Azora Zoe Paknad

Female Startup Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 65:04


Today on the show I'm chatting with Azora Zoe Paknad, the Founder of Goldune - and yes I love the name. We're talking in depth about her launch and the brands she's on the lookout for at the moment - hint: it could be you. Goldune is a new ecommerce retailer making sustainability less beige. Get everything you need for home and life, always sustainable-- but never granola.LINKS WE MENTION:Goldune's Instagram Azora Zoe's InstagramFemale Startup Club's InstagramDoone's InstagramIn partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for ecommerce businesses.Female Startup Club's YouTubeFemale Startup Club's Private Facebook GroupSay hello to Doone: hello@femalestartupclub.com

Compliance Kitchen Podcast
Podcast: OFSI Guidance – License to Release Frozen Funds (legal fees, maintenance expenses)

Compliance Kitchen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 5:24


The Kitchen looks into the UK's Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation recent guidance around licenses to access frozen funds to cover legal fees and maintenance expenses.OFSI looks at one ingredient in particular: that of “reasonableness” and the Kitchen is there to see what goes into the recipe for a successful license grant.

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys
This Tax Law Allows Personal Injury Attorneys to Defer Their Legal Fees

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 2:58


Unlike other professionals (or even other lawyers), personal injury attorneys have the unique ability to defer their legal fees to future tax years. In this episode, Greg Maxwell shares the case law that allows for contingency fee-based attorneys to defer fees. Contact Greg Maxwell at (801) 683-7362 or at Maxwell@AmicusPlanners.com if you have any questions about this podcast episode. ⁠— Rate & Review the Podcast ⁠— https://amicus.llc/review ⁠— Join the Personal Injury Attorney Facebook Group ⁠— Join our Facebook group to connect with attorneys nationwide and learn how to grow, improve, and streamline your practice. Click here to join: https://amicus.llc/Attorney-Group ⁠— YouTube Content ⁠— To view our Settlement Planning Quick Tip series, visit: https://amicus.llc/QuickTip You can subscribe to the Amicus Settlement Planners YouTube channel by clicking here: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube ⁠— Contact Amicus⁠ — Website: https://www.AmicusPlanners.com/ Email: Contact@AmicusPlanners.com Phone: (801) 683-7362 ⁠— Follow us on Social Media⁠ — Twitter: https://amicus.llc/Amicus-Twitter Facebook: https://amicus.llc/FB-Page YouTube: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube LinkedIn: https://amicus.llc/Linked-In ⁠— Blog Content ⁠— To read our latest articles and see our latest settlement-related content, visit the Amicus Settlement Planners blog: https://amicus.llc/Articles

BizNews Radio
Flash Briefing: Ivermectin gets thumbs up for big UK Covid study; Guptas paid Zuma arms deal legal fees; inflation rises

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 2:28


* A large UK study at the University of Oxford is to investigate the use of Ivermectin, as a possible treatment for Covid-19. * At least two South African labour unions have vowed to support workers who are threatened with dismissal if they refuse to be vaccinated. * Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke has painted a bleak picture of the state of the country's municipal finances, telling Parliament how municipalities had racked up R26 billion in irregular expenditure, reports Eyewitness News (EWN). * In a bombshell day of testimony at the Zondo Commission, it was revealed that money from the Gupta enterprise paid Jacob Zuma's Arms Deal legal fees – even while the state was ostensibly footing the legal bill, reports Daily Maverick. * South Africa's headline consumer price inflation rose to 5.2% year on year in May from 4.4% in April, according to data from Statistics South Africa.

BizNews Radio
Flash Briefing: Ivermectin gets thumbs up for big UK Covid study; Guptas paid Zuma arms deal legal fees; inflation rises

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 2:28


* A large UK study at the University of Oxford is to investigate the use of Ivermectin, as a possible treatment for Covid-19. * At least two South African labour unions have vowed to support workers who are threatened with dismissal if they refuse to be vaccinated. * Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke has painted a bleak picture of the state of the country's municipal finances, telling Parliament how municipalities had racked up R26 billion in irregular expenditure, reports Eyewitness News (EWN). * In a bombshell day of testimony at the Zondo Commission, it was revealed that money from the Gupta enterprise paid Jacob Zuma's Arms Deal legal fees – even while the state was ostensibly footing the legal bill, reports Daily Maverick. * South Africa's headline consumer price inflation rose to 5.2% year on year in May from 4.4% in April, according to data from Statistics South Africa.

The Bottom Line
5/24/21 - Gov. Newsom Ordered to Pay Fees to CA, Dr. Michael Brown, Victor Davis Hanson on China

The Bottom Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 81:33


- CALL-IN/Gavin Newsom has BEEN ORDERED TO PAY Over $1 MILLION in Legal Fees to a California Church who Challenged His Illegal Ban on Church Gatherings During the Pandemic. Has YOUR Church Fully Reopened Yet? - DR MICHAEL BROWN: "Finding Faith When You're Not Even Sure God is Real" - VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: "Why China is an Even Greater Threat to the U.S. Now"

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans
Play Like a Girl: What are all these legal fees from US Soccer for?

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 22:39


On LGHL’s Play Like a Girl podcast, Meredith Hein and Kelsey Trainor talk everything from Ohio State football to all the happenings in the sports world today. In her first time out as host, Kelsey kicked off with a law-related topic right in her area of expertise. Kelsey and Meredith talked through US Soccer’s recently revealed expenditures, which happened to show a massive spend on legal fees...especially since 2019, when the US Women’s National Team just happened to win a World Cup and raised their collective voices for equal pay. Gee, I wonder why those legal fees might be for?  Contact Kelsey Trainor Twitter: @KTrain_11 Contact Meredith Hein Twitter: @MeredithHein Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Rich Ad Poor Ad
How and Why Lucas Gerler spends $50M/year in Legal Fees as a Business Owner

Rich Ad Poor Ad

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 31:53


Carole Baskins Diary
2004-12-31 Carole Diary

Carole Baskins Diary

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 19:13


2004 Annual Report     Advances:  The biggest advance in our history was this year when we went from “Tampabay'sBest Kept Secret” to a Household Name in the local area. This was due largely to the great media exposure donated by six local Cox Radio Stations. Hillsborough County gave us big green directional signs in 5 locations to direct visitors to our door. For the first year ever, in our 12 year history, we were able to cover all of the sanctuaries expenses from its own income! Thank you everyone! Howard Baskin was able to find a reasonable CPA, Marsha Weiss, and an accountant who completed an audit for our finances for grant writing purposes. This enabled us to apply to the Combined Federal Campaign and to apply to the online version of The Better Business Bureau called Give.org. Christy Anderson launched our first E-zine that carries AdvoCat issues to 5000 subscribers and links to our electronic version of The Big Cat Times. Jamie finished a movie that was nearly five years in the making called “The Big Cat Picture“. This has been widely distributed and 2 minute clips on every species of wild cat has now been added to our website from the movie. We wrote a 20 year plan and began taking steps to reach our goal of eliminating the cause of so much suffering and abuse.   Animal Care:  We took in five new tigers and a lion, but had to turn away 114 big cats. We submitted our anesthesia machine parts to have one usable unit rebuilt.  We built 5 new Cat-A-Tats with pools and dens and another multi-acre enclosure with dens and a pool.  Built new dens for Esmerelda, Tobi, and Little Feather and cage enhancements for Sultan, Canyon, Genie, Maharajah, Bailey, Scratch, Baby Cakes and Hercules. Shere Khan and China Doll got a hurricane shelter and we repaired cages that were badly damaged from the four hurricanes in six weeks. The Enrichment team is growing stronger and more professional in their collaboration with others, such as Disney, to help write a comprehensive Enrichment Guide. Operant Conditioning has been led by Jennifer Ruszczyk with marvelous results.   The cats are learning their cues and are much easier to handle for check ups. All of the volunteers have retaken their animal care classes this year and have re certified their credentials via testing. Dr. Liz Wynn, DVM has been donating time every week as a liaison to Dr. Stacie Wadsworth, DVM. We began using Truly Nolan for regular flea spraying and for rodent control with marvelous results.   Staff and Volunteer Training:  Attended the USDA's Big Cat Symposium.  Jamie Veronica attended AZA's weeklong college course, Managing for Success. Jen, Howard and Carole attended and presented Operant Conditioning and Cage Building at The Association of Sanctuaries' annual conference in Stone Mountain, GA. Susan Mitchell attended Karen Pryor's Clicker Expo and spent some time with Gary Priest from the San Diego Zoo and quite a bit of time with his top trainer of cats.  Susan also completed the Safe Capture course that some of our staff attended last year. Our volunteer program was overhauled to create an administrative branch for the first time in our history. We now have red through green level requirements on both the Keeper side and the Partner (admin) side and the proud recipients of those levels of accomplishment.   We began our first Intern program with three interns. Cathy Mayeski has been screening applicants from around the world and by the year's end we have had 3 successful graduates from the program and two of them moved here to stay in the volunteer program. By the year's end we have 6 full time interns and by next year hope to have 12-15. They have come from Wales, Canada, Brazil, Spain, Peru and all across the U.S. The interns work all day, six days a week for three months in exchange for housing and the experience of a lifetime. They are a volunteer force unto themselves and now have their own Den Mother, Gale Ingham who keeps them busy and makes sure they get the most out of their time at Big Cat Rescue.   Education:  Hired Kathryn Quaas as our new Education Director and started offering regularly scheduled kid's tours every Saturday at 9 AM. Summer Camp 2004 was a big hit. We created, with the help of creator LaWanna Jones, and a grant from Ken and Terri Pereira, an interactive CD called The Truth About White Tigers and distributed 1000 free copies. With the help of PeTA we were able to distribute 1000 copies of their CD about veganism.   Produced a new screen saver called 12 Tigers that has tiger photos and facts. Created an online game with the help of Point 2 Nature that children will be able to access online for free. It is a memory game of matching the cats with their fur and their sounds for fun fact rewards.   Created hundreds of pages of online games, puzzles, calendars, free screen savers, quizzes, polls and colouring activities for children of all ages. These interactive games are part of our campaign to reach the schools and day care centers with activities to teach children about animals and to inspire awe and respect for their beauty and their rightful place in nature. Our Big Cat Expedition continues to be our most pervasive educational tool and Susan Mitchell has trained countless people in the Operant Conditioning program portion that we offer to illustrate the medical needs of the cats and how we meet them. Our tours continue to increase and this allows Denny Mitchell, Brian Czarnik, Bill Lewis and many other great tour guides to educate people about the plight of these animals in the wild and in captivity. The most frequent response that we still hear from guests is “I had no idea!”.   Legislation:  We reviewed the Captive Wild Animal Coalition‘s proposed sanctuary standards and wrote and submitted the sub section specific to felid care based upon a compilation of our own standards, those of ACE and Florida's Fish and Game.  We assisted Animal Control's approach to the State of Florida in an effort to require owners of dangerous exotic animals to post on their property the dangers that exist and to allow the public to easily determine if their neighbors are harboring dangerous animals.  We began promoting a page on our site called Support Legislation and AdvoCats.   We partnered with Capitol Advantage to create the first and only online presence in the Animal Welfare industry that is promoted on MSN, Yahoo, AOL, Congress.gov, PBS, the LA Times and E-the-People. In just the first days of creation is already responsible for about 30 letters per day going out to legislators on important animal issues that are currently pending including: Stopping canned hunts, prohibiting steel jawed traps and asking USDA to quit issuing licenses to people who are circumventing the new 2004 law that prevents the sale of big cats as pets. We noted a drop in the number of big cats being abandoned. Every year the number of big cats in need of shelter was doubling and by 2003 we were turning away 312 exotic cats. After the passage of the Captive Wild Animal Safety Act in Dec. 2003 that prohibited the sale across state lines of big cats as pets that number dropped to 114 abandoned cats in 2004. We posted a composite of all state laws and enabled viewers to go directly to their state's online regulations. Our founder became a major donor to the only Political Action Committee fund for Animal Welfare issues called HumaneUSA.   Fundraising and Marketing:  We purchased a new Point of Sale system with cash register and inventory software.  Implementing this software has enabled us to better track inventory, sales and trends. On May 19 our web site received 29,724 page requests to be our largest day ever. By the end of the year our site is currently averaging about 100,000 hits per day. Jamie and Howard attended Scott Moller's Fundraising Seminar in Tampa and Howard, Carole and Jen attended Scott Moller's Fundraising Seminar in Stone Mountain, GA. Scott Lope and Daniel Capiro have been working closely with players of the TampaBay Lightning to raise awareness. Thanks largely to the lion vs tiger ligers thousands of dollars in radio air time donated by six Cox Radio stations, our Fur Ball attracted 850 guests and we netted 50,000.00 as well as had a Roaring Good Time. Jamie created our first Holiday Card with a collage of the cats for our use and for sale in the gift shop. The Adoption Kits have been so successful that she has had to order them by the hundreds from a printer, rather than printing them one page at a time on her computer as she has done in the past.   Our online giftshop sales soared from $7,914.00 in 2003 to $32,351.00 in 2004. We began monitoring news alerts at Google for exotic cat issues and proactively writing in to the media. We were in the press 63 times compared to 35 times in 2003. Our newsletter The Big Cat Times (formerly Cat Tales) is now in color and goes out quarterly to 23,000 supporters.   Grounds Improvement:  At our January zoning hearing, 96 people wrote letters of support and 47 attended the hearing and spoke in support of the fine work we are doing on a global level. At the second hearing more than 200 supporters came to stand before the Board of county Commissioners in favour of Big Cat Rescue's planned development. In the past we had to haul 30 bags of trash, twice a week to the end of the road. This year we managed to get our very own dumpster on site. We moved the golf cart shed, tore down the old green barn and re-routed the fencing to increase parking area. We repainted the cabins, food prep, painted the E-Center and repainted several of the cages. We installed new signs on the buildings so that they are consistently called by name in our documentation and training manuals and to avoid confusion. Sentry Signs enabled us to put new signs on most of the cats along the tour path that states their name, species, date of birth and how they were rescued.   We began a fence improvement campaign called the Catter-Wall. Two marble lions were donated for our front gate and we may have someone willing to donate a new front entrance next year. Food Prep was tiled and had gutters installed all the way around. Kiss Cote was applied to the Leopard Cat-A-Tat as a rust preventative trial model in March. The roads were reinforced to prevent inaccessibility to certain areas in the rainy season. We started the process for adding a 4 bedroom, 3 bath dormatory for interns. We upgraded to broadband and now have a wireless Internet connection available for guests.   Helping Others:  We covered ad costs for The Association of Sanctuaries annual conference in March to insure that the people who need the training will know it is available.  We also paid expenses for three of the speakers on Cage Building, Operant Conditioning and the No More Homeless Pets approach to companion animal abandonment.  We shared the secret to our high search engine placement with TAOS and CWAPC and members of both organizations. We joined the Sanctuary Workers And Volunteers Association SWAVA and provided material for them to launch their campaign. We send out news alerts to everyone in our new Yahoo group and in the TAOS Yahoo group and include a Tip of the Day feature in which we share ideas that have worked for us. We gave permission to Florida's state government site, at their request, to use our photos to illustrate why we should protect the Florida Panther.   Charities that we donated to this year:  100 passes to No More Homeless Pets Adopt-a-thon and gift certificate for a Big Cat Expedition, 50 passes and gift certificate for a Big Cat Expedition to Florida Voices for Animals, 50 passes to Clearwater High school's Project Graduation, 100 passes to Dress For Success, 300 passes to The National Humane Societies spay/neuter and adoption programs.  Big Cat Expedition to Clearwater Chamber of Commerce's annual fundraiser. Donated a Big Cat Expedition and several Two for One Passes to Animal Coalition of Tampa for their Spay Day fundraiser. Big Cat Expedition for two and 200 passes to the Tampa Museum of Art. 1000 passes and a 1500. Expedition Package was donated to the Global Understanding's Carousel Ball. There were many, many more that we donated to this year that we did not keep stats on.  We offered to let No More Homeless Pets – HC and Florida Voices for Animals utilize our legislative program in a manner that is branded for their constituents.   Other:  Carole Baskin represented The Association of Sanctuaries at the Captive Wild Animal Protection Coalition's conference in San Francisco and was made The Association of Sanctuaries liaison to The Captive Wild Animal Protection Coalition.  She served as the interim President of the Association of Sanctuaries in 2004.    2004 was a grrreat year and we are looking forward to an even better 2005!!!   The narrow mission of Big Cat Rescue is to provide the best permanent home we can for the limited number of abused, abandoned and retired big cats that the sanctuary can afford to take in. However, the sanctuary must turn away over 100 cats per year and the number is growing.   The broader mission, therefore, is to reduce the number of cats that suffer the fate of abandonment and abuse by educating as many people as possible about the conditions that lead to the plight of these animals. We do this through our tours of the sanctuary, our school education programs, our 2100 page website that receives viewers from all over the world, by supporting species preservation efforts, and by providing a hands-on experience for interns from around the world.   We hope, by setting an example and teaching about how animals should be treated, that this will carry over into how we humans treat each other as well, and in doing so make the world a better place for all living creatures.   Our Officers and Board of Directors • CEO Chair of BOD and Founder  Carole Baskin • President Jamie Veronica • Vice President & BOD Cathy Mayeski • Secty/ Treasurer  Vernon C. Stairs • Director and Operations Manager  Scott Lope • Director and Coordinator Brian Czarnik The current board of directors will serve until December 31, 2005. Between now and then, staggered terms of four years and five years each will be set by the existing Board of Directors to insure the uninterrupted good work of Big Cat Rescue.   The financial audits for 2004 are posted here and include total income in the past fiscal year, expenses in the same program, fund raising and administrative categories as in the financial statements, and ending net assets.   Income   Gifts and Contributions cash:   232,597. Program Service Revenue:    314,143. Inventory Sold:  48,076. Rental Income:   31,718. Interest & mortgages     85,041. Events income:   39,631. Total income for the year   751,206.   Expenses   Animal Care:    363,798. Employee Benefits:         74. Payroll Taxes:     4,650. Accounting Fees:       3,525. Legal Fees:        17. Supplies:    39,322. Telephone:   14,232. Postage & Shipping:    4,911. Equipment Maintenance:     9,970. Printing & Publications:     50,583. Travel:    1,476. Conferences:       3,443. Depreciation:    18,116. Total Expense for the year  574,906   Excess for 2004    $  176,300 Net Assets at the beginning of 2004       $ 1,142,039 Net Assets at the ending of 2004            $ 1,318,339   While this accounting appears to show a gain, it does not take into consideration money spent on capital improvements and set aside for more capital expenditures.  Our complete 990 is available online at Guidestar.org under Big Cat Rescue. Neither the Founder nor any of her family nor friends are paid by Big Cat Rescue.   I've been writing my story since I was able to write, but when the media goes to share it, they only choose the parts that fit their idea of what will generate views.  If I'm going to share my story, it should be the whole story.  The titles are the dates things happened. If you have any interest in who I really am please start at the beginning of this playlist: http://savethecats.org/   I know there will be people who take things out of context and try to use them to validate their own misconception, but you have access to the whole story.  My hope is that others will recognize themselves in my words and have the strength to do what is right for themselves and our shared planet.     You can help feed the cats at no cost to you using Amazon Smile! Visit BigCatRescue.org/Amazon-smile   You can see photos, videos and more, updated daily at BigCatRescue.org   Check out our main channel at YouTube.com/BigCatRescue   Music (if any) from Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com) This video is for entertainment purposes only and is my opinion.  

Winner Take All
LBRY + Odysee CEO Jeremy Kauffman | Fighting Big Tech, Saving Crypto, and Free Speech Online

Winner Take All

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 37:31


Tell the SEC that cryptocurrency must remain legal and free by signing this petition: https://www.change.org/p/u-s-securities-and-exchange-commission-cryptocurrency-is-not-a-crime Jeremy Kauffman, founder and CEO of the decentralized content sharing and publishing protocol LBRY, joins the show to discuss the ongoing SEC complaint against LBRY that threatens to stifle the entire cryptocurrency and blockchain industry in the U.S.. As Kauffman and Moazed touch on various details of the SEC complaint, they also discuss censorship on content platforms, launching and running a disruptive startup business, and the ongoing battle against the overreaching policies of big tech. Jeremy created LBRY because he fell in love with the idea of shared, global content registry that is owned and controlled by no one. Unsurprisingly, he is a longtime supporter of decentralized technology and freedom of information. Prior to LBRY, Jeremy founded TopScore, a startup that processes millions of dollars monthly in event and activity registrations. He attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he received degrees in physics and computer science. 00:00​ - Subscribe for Tech & Business News Daily 00:22​ - LBRY CEO Jeremy Kauffman 01:11​ - So Easy for YouTubers to Crosspost to LBRY! 01:55​ - What is LBRY and Odysee? 03:41​ - The Successor to YouTube? 05:10​ - Odysee in Top 5,00 Global Websites 05:28​ - Big Tech Goes Against the Platform Ethos 08:14​ - Have Big Tech CEOs Lost Control? 10:19​ - LBRY's Fight Against the SEC 13:59​ - Help LBRY Save Crypto 14:30​ - LBRY Credit Response to SEC Complaint? 16:06​ - Why is The SEC Pursuing LBRY? 18:14​ - Is Cryptocurrency Considered a Security? 21:05​ - Old Regulations Don't Work w/ Crypto 22:11​ - Why Isn't Every Crypto Project Receiving SEC Complaints? 25:16​ - Huge Implications for Crypto + Blockchain Industry! 26:33​ - Case Has Been Ongoing Since 2018 28:08​ - Trying to Run a Startup With Constant SEC Meddling 30:05​ - $1,00,000+ in Legal Fees 30:59​ - What Can Crypto Supporters Do To Help? 34:18​ - Closing Remarks Originally Aired: 04/13/21 #LBRY #Crypto #CEO

BizNews Radio
Flash Briefing: Zuma ordered to pay legal fees in corruption case; SA's uneducated civil servants; J&J blood clot fears

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 3:44


* In a victory for taxpayers and a blow for corrupt politicians, South Africa’s second-highest court has rejected an appeal by former president Jacob Zuma to get the state to pay his costs in a corruption case. * Around 35% of senior managers in government do not have the necessary qualifications or credentials for their position, reports MyBroadband.co.za. * Botswana’s health ministry has asked the country’s health regulator to probe two deaths of people who had recently taken a Covid-19 vaccine made by the Serum Institute of India Ltd. on behalf of AstraZeneca. * US health officials recommended a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine on concerns about rare and severe blood clotting side effects. * Capitec - South Africa’s largest bank in terms of customer numbers - is resuming dividend payments after recovering from the severe Covid-19 lockdown.

BizNews Radio
Flash Briefing: Zuma ordered to pay legal fees in corruption case; SA's uneducated civil servants; J&J blood clot fears

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 3:44


* In a victory for taxpayers and a blow for corrupt politicians, South Africa’s second-highest court has rejected an appeal by former president Jacob Zuma to get the state to pay his costs in a corruption case. * Around 35% of senior managers in government do not have the necessary qualifications or credentials for their position, reports MyBroadband.co.za. * Botswana’s health ministry has asked the country’s health regulator to probe two deaths of people who had recently taken a Covid-19 vaccine made by the Serum Institute of India Ltd. on behalf of AstraZeneca. * US health officials recommended a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine on concerns about rare and severe blood clotting side effects. * Capitec - South Africa’s largest bank in terms of customer numbers - is resuming dividend payments after recovering from the severe Covid-19 lockdown.

The Bottom Line
4/07/21 - UK Christian Actress Fired, CA Pro-Abortion Laws, COVID-19 Health, Eric Metaxas

The Bottom Line

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 81:00


- Christian Actress in the UK who was FIRED for POSTING A BIBLICAL VIEW OF SEXUALITY ON HER SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES has been Order to Pay More than $400,000 in LEGAL FEES! - Several Pro-ABORTION Bills will be Voted on Soon in the California Legislature! - CALL-IN: "A New Study Suggests that 1 Out of Every 3 People Who Contracts Coronavirus and SURVIVES will Experience Some form of Psychiatric or Physical Disorder within 6 Months of Recovering. How has COVID-19 Impacted YOUR Health?" - ERIC METAXAS: "Fish Out of Water: A Search for the Meaning of Life"

Corporate Crime Reporter Morning Minute
Monday April 5, 2021 Lawyers Seek $200 Million in Legal Fees for Flint Water Settlement

Corporate Crime Reporter Morning Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 1:00


Monday April 5, 2021 Lawyers Seek $200 Million in Legal Fees for Flint Water Settlement by Russell Mokhiber

The Bert Show
EBuzz: Britney Spears Dad Wants Her To Pay His Legal Fees...So He Can Continue Fighting Her In Court?!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 5:45


EBuzz: Britney Spears Dad Wants Her To Pay His Legal Fees...So He Can Continue Fighting Her In Court?! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

WBUR News
Consider This Boston: Attorney General Healey Is Defending Legal Fees Related To Drug Lab Scandal

WBUR News

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 8:04


Payments made by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s office are raising some eyebrows. To date, Healey's office has spent more than $1 Million in legal fees to defend three former prosecutors facing disbarment in their roles in one of the state’s drug lab scandals. GBH host Arun Rath speaks with WBUR’s Deborah Becker, who has been digging into these expenditures.

Winning On Main Street
The End of Billable Hourly Legal Fees for Small Businesses – Scott Reib

Winning On Main Street

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 27:29


Business owners often think of law firms as emergency rooms, which means they only call a law firm when circumstances are bad. Instead, small business owners should be thinking of law firms as primary care physicians. However, there is an issue with how most law firms bill clients for their services. Traditionally you pay a lawyer by the hour, which creates a conflict of interest because now they control both the number of hours and the hourly rate. It's that conflict of interest that causes people to be hesitant to call a law firm.  About 5 years after opening my practice, I began to notice my repeat clients would only call when there was a major issue versus working with me in advance to prevent the problems. I decided to hire a business coach to help me work out the details of a crazy new idea. I wanted to create a practice where clients could call me with their problems on demand and I could help solve them in advance. So we created The Access Plan to help small business owners get answers to their legal questions without having to pay out of pocket each time. The Access Plan is a subscription model where clients get unlimited access to me and my team for all their legal questions. You can also schedule working sessions with us if there is a particular issue you want to dig deeper into. Plus, you get a 30-minute check-in call each month. From the small business owner standpoint, 12 times a year they get to meet with their legal team to help anticipate and prevent problems. When was the last time you heard of a small business owner, that wasn’t in a crisis, meeting with their legal team regularly? The idea behind shatter proofing your business came from the shatterproof glass in car windshields. Our business is the vehicle to our future and we want to be prepared for the rocks life throws at us. So we created the 5 strategies to shatterproof your business, the first strategy we recommend is to assemble a team of key advisors. This team should include people that can advise you on legal issues, taxes, insurance, banking, and business strategies. You can download the free eBook guide with all the strategies on our website reiblaw.com/mainstreet.  Resources Shared: ReibLaw 5 Proven Strategies FREE e-book 

Atlanta Startup Podcast
Startup Runway Finalist Founder Lucy Lu of AI Legal Helps Businesses Lower Legal Fees

Atlanta Startup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 28:57


Hear dynamic Atlanta lawyer-turned-software-founder Lucy Lu describe how she built AI Legal during the pandemic into a scaling platform that helps other businesses manage legal costs. Interviewed by Valor General Partner Lisa Calhoun, this Startup Runway Finalist graduated from the Harvard of China and brings incredible insight and zest to her work to change the costly legal environment by automating tedious processes.

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys
When Is It Too Late to Defer Legal Fees on a Case?

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 2:13


One common question we hear about deferring contingent legal fees is: "Can I still defer my fees on a particular case — or is it too late?" In this episode, Greg Maxwell answers this question and explains when it's too late to defer the attorneys fee on a case. Contact Greg Maxwell at (801) 683-7362 or at Maxwell@AmicusPlanners.com if you have any questions about this podcast episode. ⁠— Rate & Review the Podcast ⁠— https://amicus.llc/review ⁠— Join the Personal Injury Attorney Facebook Group ⁠— Join our Facebook group to connect with attorneys nationwide and learn how to grow, improve, and streamline your practice. Click here to join: https://amicus.llc/Attorney-Group ⁠— YouTube Content ⁠— To view our Settlement Planning Quick Tip series, visit: https://amicus.llc/QuickTip You can subscribe to the Amicus Settlement Planners YouTube channel by clicking here: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube ⁠— Contact Amicus⁠ — Website: https://www.AmicusPlanners.com/ Email: Contact@AmicusPlanners.com Phone: (801) 683-7362 ⁠— Follow us on Social Media⁠ — Twitter: https://amicus.llc/Amicus-Twitter Facebook: https://amicus.llc/FB-Page YouTube: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube LinkedIn: https://amicus.llc/Linked-In ⁠— Blog Content ⁠— To read our latest articles and see our latest settlement-related content, visit the Amicus Settlement Planners blog: https://amicus.llc/Articles

KBIA Newscast
Afternoon Newscast for March 1, 2021

KBIA Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 2:34


Here are a collection of headlines around the area from the KBIA newsroom, including: Missouri Expects J&J Vaccinations to Start by Wednesday States Easing Virus Restrictions Despite Experts' Warnings Missouri Govenor Frees $281 Million From Budget Cuts Missouri Must Pay Planned Parenthood $140,000 in Legal Fees

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Rental Assistance Funds; Cobb Wants Legal Fees From Trump; Marietta Schools and the CDC Study

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 12:39


Millions in rental assistance is available; #CobbCounty wants Former President #Trump to pay legal fees; #CDC study of #MariettaCitySchools shows #covid may spread through teachers #coronavirus #MariettaGA #CobbGA #LocalNews - - - - - Listen to the MDJ Podcast each week to stay up to date with the local news for Cobb County.  Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline Register Here for your essential digital news.  Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.  This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group on 2-24-2021.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Magic Mics Podcast
Kald-Blooded - HUGE Banlist Update, Strixhaven Deets, White’s Future & More!

Magic Mics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 45:08


Support the show! http://patreon.com/magicmics Visit our sponsor: http://www.coolstuffinc.com  Check out the twitch channel: http://twitch.tv/magicmics Visit our subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/magicmics Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/magicmicscast Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/magicmics Want the 2hr+ NSFW Extended experience? Support us on Patreon!   Airdate - 2/17/2021   First Pick Bans Err’where https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/news/february-15-2021-banned-and-restricted-announcement  Autumn on Collateral Damage: https://twitter.com/AutumnLilyMTG/status/1361342826412449792 https://twitter.com/AutumnLilyMTG/status/1361346907767996423 Bring to Light: https://twitter.com/dunkatog/status/1361358669892345859?s=21 Tibalt’s Trickery, Fastest Ban?: https://twitter.com/karsten_frank/status/1361388733447159811 https://twitter.com/karsten_frank/status/1361409867274215429 https://www.reddit.com/r/magicTCG/comments/lkltgw/with_the_banning_of_tibalts_trickery_it_is_now/ Cascade Change After Valki Cascade Dominates Modern Challenge: https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/410942703623208960/811002034902794240/unknown.png Cards Banned By Set (Only includes cards currently banned, not cards banned in previous Standard environments): https://twitter.com/mellifluoresce/status/1361451950928191488?s=20   Gather the Townsfolk   Maro’s Drive to Work With Evan: https://twitter.com/maro254/status/1360292501970591746   Maro on Strixhaven: https://twitter.com/maro254/status/1359920300784193536?s=20   Randy’s Coverage Team for MOCS Finals: https://twitter.com/rbuehler/status/1361451980141461505?s=20   Desperate Ravings   Gavin Provides a Glimpse Into White’s Future: https://twitter.com/GavinVerhey/status/1362147578092036097 Tldw:   White creatures will have flash regularly going forward. (This reimplements the concepts for in-color cards like [[Teferi's Protection]].   White card draw is being worked on. It might be "symmetric" (you and an opponent draw), "rules punishment" (like [[Mangara the Diplomat]] or [[Leovold]]) or more "regrowth" (cards [not just creatures] from the graveyard into hand or battlefield)   White gets some new ramp. At least one of each in the next year: "Catch-up ramp" (If an opponents has more lands than you...), "Sun Titan ramp" (Lands from the graveyard) and "Treasure tokens" (like Smothering Tithe)   Please be patient; sets take a long time to get worked on, and stuff we've been talking about for a while now is still coming in future sets.   Arena Open Bo1 vs. Bo3: https://twitter.com/theGGards/status/1359553695239843853?s=09 https://www.reddit.com/r/lrcast/comments/llc65u/arena_open_bo1_has_higher_ev_for_all_reasonable/   Maro’s Odds & Ends Pt. 2: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/making-magic/odds-ends-kaldheim-part-2-2021-02-15   Red Zone   Going Infinite   Functional Errata in Arena’s Potential Future?: https://twitter.com/mtgaaron/status/1361389787660177408 Splash Damage   ACD Required to Pay WotC’s Legal Fees: https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/47603/acd-distribution-required-pay-250k-wotc-fees-files-appeal Seb’s New Kickstarter: https://twitter.com/SebMcKinnon/status/1362085407308079109   GIVEAWAY & THANKS https://streamlabs.com/dashboard#/subscribers

Investment Fund Secrets
164. How Much Are Investment Fund Legal Fees?

Investment Fund Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 15:29


Today we are talking about legal fees! I just recently sat down with 6 attorneys and asked them all the same questions about what their rates were, what they would help do, etc ...and I'm going to go through their answers in todays episode! tune in to hear what they were

Popular USA Majority
Trumphole Insurrection

Popular USA Majority

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2021 2:12


He incited insurrection on the back of his Big Lie The loser lit the fire with his Trumphole Battle Cry Inciting insurrection is an evil thing to do That's what scoundrels, fake patriots, and wicked people do He attacked the USA with false virtue so vicious The loser watched with glee, so crazy delicious 18 He demands total loyalty to Trumphole over country He wraps himself in the flag to trick his Trumphole family So many good Trumpholes ruined their lives that day For what? They will ask. And who did they betray? Arrest, Jail, Legal Fees, and Divorces, Loneliness, Depression, Locked Up in Prison The truth would have saved them, but they would not listen The truth would have stopped the Trumphole Insurrection

Slam City Amateur Hour
Episode 158: Cowabunga Egg Rolls

Slam City Amateur Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 82:23


Intergalactic boba runners travel through the Quantimino™ to Daddy Juice Energy Studio in the Beaded Curtain District to record a show about their happenings, odd news, lunch, and things that they learned. Foxtrot PSA. Double X Quantimino. Ticking Time Bandito supervillain Kilohertz. Voting J Roper off the island. Mister Cleo runs the izakaya. Izakaya menu. Omurice made with space eggs and cooked with the fire of four suns. Rings of Saturn ice water. The Crazy One intergalactic boba drink. Recap of details from White Van Scam, the story of Booba Gettz. Foxtrot’s superhero, Kumo the Spider Drift King. Burrito pre-ordered the Evangelion Finally vinyl. Tiny houses. 911 call for mouth burned by scorching lasagna. This Is The Newz. New Orleans swingers event becomes ‘superspreader’ after 41 test positive for coronavirus. A ‘monolith’ in Slam City. The Developer Who Painted Over the 5Pointz Graffiti Mecca Must Pay an Additional $2 Million to Cover the Artists' Legal Fees. 'Wheel of Fortune' viewers concerned over Pat Sajak's recent 'feisty' behavior. Dog missing for three weeks finds his owner working at Walmart. Foster's: 'Australian for beer' around the world will soon be introduced to Australians. Vulgar Image On Kids' Show 'Maya The Bee' Causes Netflix To Pull Episode. A Fisherman Making $670 A Month Found 220 Pounds Of Whale Vomit Worth Up To $3.2 Million. 65-year-old woman accused of selling narcotics out of her central Austin home. California man punches 350-pound bear in face to save beloved dog 'Buddy'. Mario Lopez will play Colonel Sanders in KFC-Lifetime original movie ‘A Recipe for Seduction’. $340,000 worth of MSI's Nvidia RTX 3090s Stolen in China. Politically correct Santa tells a crying kid he won't bring him Nerf gun. Name your baby after a fast food chain to win 60 years of Domino's pizza. Chuck Yeager, pilot who broke the sound barrier, dies at 97. Pizza Hut is selling a triple-decker pizza box. Impersonating a Property Owner, a Man Paid an Artist to Paint a Cookie Monster Mural in Peoria. Giant 9 pound goldfish found in South Carolina lake. American woman breaks record for largest afro. Former Israeli space chief says aliens exist. A retro noodle soup vending machine is immortalized in an udon soup-flavored pound cake. Shortage of chocolatey milk enhancer Milo has Japanese resellers licking their chops. Dunkin’ customer stabs teen worker because flavor wasn’t available. McDonald's fries in Japan suddenly start tasting like cosmetics. A SpaceX Mars rocket prototype just exploded. It was still a success. Rats besiege New York Chipotle, eating avocados and attacking staff. Krispy Kreme celebrates 'Day of the Dozens' 2020 with $1 doughnuts deal. What I Had For Lunch. WTF We Learned This Week. Space, Cheetle, and the origin of Genghis Khan. Deepfake Sponsors: Foxbox VPN, Julio Tejas, Booba Gettz The Crazy One, Blo-N-Go Hair Dryers.

WBBM All Local
Cook County state’s attorney’s office ordered to pay family’s legal fees in cab driver’s killing

WBBM All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 3:39


Also happening today, there are a couple of unusual zoning issues in two suburban communities; Illinois health officials say the state recorded just under 6,200 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 yesterday; a Lane Tech College Prep senior is the designer of this year's official tote bag for the Chicago City Markets; and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RAW LAW
SAVING DIVORCE DISCOVERY LEGAL FEES

RAW LAW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020 6:12


What you need to know and do to reduce legal fees in the discovery phase of your divorce.

RAW LAW
SAVING DIVORCE LEGAL FEES PART III EXAMINING YOUR LEGAL BILLS

RAW LAW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 5:56


TIPS TO SPOT PADDING IN YOUR DIVORCE LEGAL BILLS

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys
Do You Need to Be a Partner in Your Firm to Defer Your Legal Fees?

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 1:58


Plaintiff attorneys sometimes ask us, “I really want to defer my fees, but I’m not a partner in the firm — what now?” In this episode, Greg Maxwell reveals how you can still defer your legal fees — even if you're not a partner in your firm. Contact Greg Maxwell at (801) 683-7362 or at Maxwell@AmicusPlanners.com if you have any questions about this podcast episode. ⁠— Rate & Review the Podcast ⁠— https://amicus.llc/review ⁠— Join the Personal Injury Attorney Facebook Group ⁠— Join our Facebook group to connect with attorneys nationwide and learn how to grow, improve, and streamline your practice. Click here to join: https://amicus.llc/Attorney-Group ⁠— YouTube Content ⁠— To view our Settlement Planning Quick Tip series, visit: https://amicus.llc/QuickTip You can subscribe to the Amicus Settlement Planners YouTube channel by clicking here: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube ⁠— Contact Amicus⁠ — Website: https://www.AmicusPlanners.com/ Email: Contact@AmicusPlanners.com Phone: (801) 683-7362 ⁠— Follow us on Social Media⁠ — Twitter: https://amicus.llc/Amicus-Twitter Facebook: https://amicus.llc/FB-Page YouTube: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube LinkedIn: https://amicus.llc/Linked-In ⁠— Blog Content ⁠— To read our latest articles and see our latest settlement-related content, visit the Amicus Settlement Planners blog: https://amicus.llc/Articles

Nick and Russ Don't Know Anything!
Trump needs a Participation Trophy

Nick and Russ Don't Know Anything!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2020 44:20


In this episode we discuss the antics that Trump is doing, the crap show from his "Top" Lawyers, and everything in between.

RAW LAW
SAVING DIVORCE LEGAL FEES PART II

RAW LAW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 7:30


How to negotiate your divorce retainer agreement with your lawyer.

RAW LAW
HOW TO SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN DIVORCE LEGAL FEES PART I

RAW LAW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 6:48


Learn one of the best money saving techniques when reducing legal fees in your divorce in this first installment on the subject.

Dr. Friday Tax Tips
Are Legal Fees A Tax Deduction?

Dr. Friday Tax Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 1:00


Dr. Friday 0:00 Good day. I’m Dr. Friday, president of Dr. Friday Tax and Financial Firm. To get more info go to www.drfriday.com. This is a one minute moment. Dr. Friday 0:12 Are legal fees a tax deduction? Many times people come in and they’ve had to pay legal fees to get a will trust, maybe had to settle some sort of dispute. And the answer is no. The only time legal fees are a tax deduction if you can tie it to a business. If for some reason you’re having to defend your license or something that was wrong in your business, those legal fees would be a legitimate tax deduction. Otherwise, no, you cannot write off your divorce or any other legal things that happen in your life. If you’ve got questions, call me at 615-367-0819. Announcer 0:52 You can catch the Dr. Friday call-in show live every Saturday afternoon from 2 pm to 3 pm right here on 99.7 WTN.

Ask Andy - Andrew Neuwirth Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer
Ask Andy How Legal Fees Work Andrew Neuwirth Injury Lawyer Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Ask Andy - Andrew Neuwirth Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 8:38


This episode addresses contingency fees and how they apply to your case in my experience as a serious injury lawyer

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#152 - City to Pay Seattle Socialist Councilmember Sawant's recall legal fees

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 28:11


The City of Seattle Council voted 7-1 to pay the legal fees of Socialist Councilmember Shama Sawant.Join your host Sean Reynolds, owner of Summit Properties NW and Reynolds & Kline Appraisal as he takes a look at this developing topic.

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys
What if You Need Access to Capital but You've Deferred Legal Fees?

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2020 2:39


Deferring a large portion of your income may seem limiting, especially if you worry you might need access to your funds in the future. In this episode, Greg Maxwell talks about a solution to this common concern surrounding deferring legal fees. Contact Greg Maxwell at (801) 683-7362 or at Maxwell@AmicusPlanners.com if you have any questions about this podcast episode. ⁠— Rate & Review the Podcast ⁠— https://amicus.llc/review ⁠— Join the Personal Injury Attorney Facebook Group ⁠— Join our Facebook group to connect with attorneys nationwide and learn how to grow, improve, and streamline your practice. Click here to join: https://amicus.llc/Attorney-Group ⁠— YouTube Content ⁠— To view our Settlement Planning Quick Tip series, visit: https://amicus.llc/QuickTip You can subscribe to the Amicus Settlement Planners YouTube channel by clicking here: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube ⁠— Contact Amicus⁠ — Website: https://www.AmicusPlanners.com/ Email: Contact@AmicusPlanners.com Phone: (801) 683-7362 ⁠— Follow us on Social Media⁠ — Twitter: https://amicus.llc/Amicus-Twitter Facebook: https://amicus.llc/FB-Page YouTube: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube LinkedIn: https://amicus.llc/Linked-In ⁠— Blog Content ⁠— To read our latest articles and see our latest settlement-related content, visit the Amicus Settlement Planners blog: https://amicus.llc/Articles 

Real Estate with Gwen Price
Real Estate Law with Amy Best - The Process When Buying or Selling

Real Estate with Gwen Price

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 24:45


Gwen Price REALTOR® with Keystone Real Estate Inc. Brokerage interviews Amy Best, a lawyer with Best Law Offices.   Amy explains what happens after you have an offer accepted on your property.  Whether buying or selling it is important to have legal representation to navigate the process from offer acceptance until closing. If you have any questions with regards to your own particular situation, you can reach Amy Best at 705-674-9292, 125 Durham St., Sudbury, ON P3E 3M9https://www.bestlawoffices.caGwen can be reached at 705-561-2335 or www.gwenpricehomes.com

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys
Deferring Your Legal Fees: Annuities Aren't the Only Option

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 2:34


Using a structured settlement annuity isn't the only way to defer contingent legal fees to future tax years. In this episode, Greg Maxwell discusses another great option for deferring attorneys' fees. (This option avoids many of the downsides of using an annuity.) Contact Greg Maxwell at (801) 683-7362 or at Maxwell@AmicusPlanners.com if you have any questions about this podcast episode. ⁠— Rate & Review the Podcast ⁠— https://amicus.llc/review ⁠— Join the Personal Injury Attorney Facebook Group ⁠— Join our Facebook group to connect with attorneys nationwide and learn how to grow, improve, and streamline your practice. Click here to join: https://amicus.llc/Attorney-Group ⁠— YouTube Content ⁠— To view our Settlement Planning Quick Tip series, visit: https://amicus.llc/QuickTip You can subscribe to the Amicus Settlement Planners YouTube channel by clicking here: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube ⁠— Contact Amicus⁠ — Website: https://www.AmicusPlanners.com/ Email: Contact@AmicusPlanners.com Phone: (801) 683-7362 ⁠— Follow us on Social Media⁠ — Twitter: https://amicus.llc/Amicus-Twitter Facebook: https://amicus.llc/FB-Page YouTube: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube LinkedIn: https://amicus.llc/Linked-In ⁠— Blog Content ⁠— To read our latest articles and see our latest settlement-related content, visit the Amicus Settlement Planners blog: https://amicus.llc/Articles 

LJ Law
Can I Make My Ex Spouse Pay For My Legal Fees?

LJ Law

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2020 3:41


Can I Make My Ex Spouse Pay For My Legal Fees? Nothing is more important than your family. LJ Law is a Family Law Firm in Las Vegas, Nevada. We offer help in cases such as Divorce, Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support, Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements, Annulments, Alimony, Adoption, Guardianship, Paternity and much more. Learn More at our Website: www.ljlawlv.com/family-law/ Want to Discuss Further? Let’s Set Up a Meeting: www.VegasDivorceMeeting.com Contact Us: Email: info@LJLawLV.com Call: (702) 998-1188 DISCLAIMER: THE INFORMATION SHARED IN THIS CONTENT IS FOR GENERAL INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT, NOR IS IT INTENDED TO BE, LEGAL ADVICE. YOU SHOULD CONSULT AN ATTORNEY FOR ADVICE REGARDING THE SPECIFIC FACTS AND CIRCUMSTANCES OF YOUR INDIVIDUAL SITUATION. REVIEWING THE INFORMATION ON THIS SITE AND/OR CONTACTING US DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR CASE TO US UNTIL SUCH TIME AS AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED.

Patriotdefense's podcast
NRA's legal fees...Ammo prices and shooting a cop in self defense...

Patriotdefense's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2020 37:39


Bunkered down in the war room somewhere in the high desert of southern Idaho I am joined by the Cajun Cowboy where we discuss all things firearms and self defense training... call us text us 620-794-6223 email us patriotdefense13@yahoo.com like us on FB and check out our web page patriotdefense13.com the podcast is on iTunes...spotify and stitcher..

Women in Tech Podcast, hosted by Espree Devora
Margarita Sivakova, Co-Founder & CEO of Legal Nodes; Providing Access to a Verified Network of Legal Specialists to Help You Budget Your Legal Spending: Women In Tech Ukraine

Women in Tech Podcast, hosted by Espree Devora

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 22:40


Today we get to know Margarita Sivakova, Co-Founder & CEO of Legal Nodes; Providing Access to a Verified Network of Legal Specialists to Help You Budget Your Legal Spending. To support the Women in Tech podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/womenintech - tweet @womenintechshow and @EspreeDevora. Since you love our show, we think you'll also enjoy the Command Line Heroes Podcast. Check them out here, https://www.redhat.com/en/command-line-heroes https://legalnodes.org/ http://twitter.com/womenintechshow https://twitter.com/espreedevora Be featured in the Women in Tech Community by creating your profile here http://womenintechvip.com/

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys
Deferring Contingent Legal Fees: Creative Use Cases

Settlement Planning Tips for Personal Injury Attorneys

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2020 3:53


Deferring your contingent legal fee is a great way to reduce income taxes. However, did you know that there are other creative use cases and options that are available to you when you defer your legal fees? In this episode, Greg Maxwell gives a couple of creative use cases for attorney fee deferrals. Contact Greg Maxwell at (801) 683-7362 or at Maxwell@AmicusPlanners.com if you have any questions about this podcast episode. — Rate & Review the Podcast ⁠— https://amicus.llc/review ⁠— Join the Personal Injury Attorney Facebook Group ⁠— Join our Facebook group to connect with attorneys nationwide and learn how to grow, improve, and streamline your practice. Click here to join: https://amicus.llc/Attorney-Group ⁠— YouTube Content ⁠— To view our Settlement Planning Quick Tip series, visit: https://amicus.llc/QuickTip You can subscribe to the Amicus Settlement Planners YouTube channel by clicking here: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube ⁠— Contact Amicus⁠ — Website: https://www.AmicusPlanners.com/ Email: Contact@AmicusPlanners.com Phone: (801) 683-7362 ⁠— Follow us on Social Media⁠ — Twitter: https://amicus.llc/Amicus-Twitter Facebook: https://amicus.llc/FB-Page YouTube: https://amicus.llc/You-Tube LinkedIn: https://amicus.llc/Linked-In ⁠— Blog Content ⁠— To read our latest articles and see our latest settlement-related content, visit the Amicus Settlement Planners blog: https://amicus.llc/Articles

7 Figure Real Estate with Edna Keep
136 The Monetary Costs of Closing a Multi-Family Deal

7 Figure Real Estate with Edna Keep

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2020 10:36


A real estate deal is generally a long and stressful exercise that involves many steps and procedural formalities. Closing occurs when you sign the papers that make the deal yours, but before that fateful day arrives, a long list of things has to happen. Most common fees are Property Inspection Fees, Property Taxes, Legal Fees to close the deal (Fluctuate depending on the condition of the building and many other factors), Land Title transfer fees. But with Multi-Family deal, there are a little bit more costs involved. Let's say if you're looking to finance your deal with CMHC, there's a CMHC application fees, CMHC Closing fees, Mortgage Broker fees, Building condition Report fees and Environmental Report fees are the most common fees associated with a multi-family deal. But don't rush and incur any cost until your deal is with the bank. What we do is send the deal to our mortgage broker to figure out the financing options. Once we provide financial reports for the building such as leases and income and expense reports, then the mortgage broker put the numbers through and give us the financing report. Now, once you have the financing in place, the lawyer involved will give you a deal report and when you're okay with it then start doing all the inspection reports I mentioned above and other legal reports. Many afraid that they might lose their deposit but keep in mind that you will not lose any deposit until you're agreed and signed the deal to remove any conditions from the deal. There are some other ways that you might lose your deposit.     So things like these have happened to us and  when you're not prepared to deal with such situations in advance it can happen to you too.  A great reason to have a Coach in your corner so you don't have to make the same expensive mistakes.  I learned a lesson from it. We call it an education expense. To find out more about the closing costs for a Multi-Family deal, Watch my Facebook Video here. And if you need my help to close your first multi-family deal, reach out to me at edna@ednakeep.com or check out my program 90 Days to $5K which will teach you in detail all about investing in Real Estate.

WODDITY's News About CrossFit®
NSCA Ordered to Pay Nearly $4M in CrossFit's Legal Fees

WODDITY's News About CrossFit®

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2019 4:46


The NSCA has been ordered to pay nearly $4 million in CrossFit's legal fees surrounding discovery of documents they've reportedly deleted or obstructed.

Paseo Podcast
Episode 15: The Harvard & Yale Game Protest

Paseo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2019 50:02


Yale students, Adriana Colón Adorno & Gabriela Morales Nieves, from the Yale Endowment Justice Coalition join the show to talk about Puerto Rico’s debt, divestment, what the day of the Harvard/Yale game protest was like, & how they were able to mobilize & organize so many different people to protest in solidarity for the same cause. Their student organization along with many others were responsible for organizing a protest during the historic rivalry football game between Harvard & Yale in order to bring attention to & demand the cancelling of Harvard's & Yale’s holdings in Puerto Rico’s debt & divestment from fossil fuels. The audio is a bit different than you may be used to since we spoke to Adriana & Gabriela via Zoom video conferencing.Host: Joshua Smyser-DeLeon, Twitter @jsdeleonSite: paseomedia.orgFacebook & Twitter: @paseopodcastSounds: Notification Sounds + Flor Meléndez RamosPhotos: Hartford Courant, NBC Connecticut, GristYale Endowment Justice CoalitionFundraiser for Legal Fees from the Action

Contractor Conflicts Podcast
4 Ways to Reduce Legal Fees on a Construction Case

Contractor Conflicts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2019 4:34


Money makes legal matters go round. Watch this video and I’ll show you how to get the most bang for[...]

Law Talk
Law Talk: Saving On Legal Fees (10/26/19)

Law Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 33:46


A follow-up email from the previous week’s program about how to save on legal fees by hiring a lawyer for only a portion of your matter (it’s known formally as “Limited Scope Representation”); Another listener email about what to do when your lawyer refuses to follow your instructions ( even though you’ve paid her a good retainer) because she considers the activities you’re pursuing to be “repugnant;” Reviewing a recent case that teaches us you cannot sue someone for “harassment” (even if their conduct really is harassment); but which also lays out a roadmap for another way to get compensation for being harassed; A Superior Court decision holding that the construction of a back yard treehouse (this was in Greenwich; it was a big mama treehouse) is covered by the Home Improvement Act.  It was a platform to explain the law so that homeowners know how to protect themselves from unscrupulous contractors – and how a contractor can still get paid even if he, in good faith, failed to comply with the technical points of the Home Improvement Act.  In other words, something for everyone – in the LawTalk tradition

Ask Andy - Andrew Neuwirth Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer
Ask Andy Insurance Companies Don’t Care About Legal Fees

Ask Andy - Andrew Neuwirth Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2019 11:22


Most business people care about litigation costs and expenses. That is not true in personal injury practice as described in this podcast. As an injury attorney, I explain what insurance companies care about and why legal fees and expert costs don’t really matter to insurers. https://neuwirthlaw.com/askandysc/

Law Talk With BJ
Navigating Legal Fees: The Basics of Legal Fee Agreements

Law Talk With BJ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2019 37:38


In this episode of Law Talk with BJ, BJ Bernstein discusses the basics of navigating legal fee agreements.

CPA Conversations podcast
CPAs: Enhance Your Value through Management of Legal Fees

CPA Conversations podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2019 11:32


There are many ways by which CPAs can benefit their employers. According to Michael Cade of MFCCoach LLC in Morrisville, an emerging avenue is through the management of company legal fees. Learn why CPAs are uniquely qualified for this responsibility. Check out more of Cade’s insight at http://nfpbeyondthenumbers.com.   To read the full transcript click here. 

Good Things in Life podcast
Inclusive education is worth the legal fees

Good Things in Life podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2019 52:49


In this episode, Linda Till explains why she believed so strongly in inclusive education that she took her local school board to court when they refused Becky as a student in her local classroom.   Find out why inclusive education is worth the fight.

Good Things in Life podcast
Inclusive education is worth the legal fees

Good Things in Life podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2019 52:49


In this episode, Linda Till explains why she believed so strongly in inclusive education that she took her local school board to court when they refused Becky as a student in her local classroom.   Find out why inclusive education is worth the fight.

Constructive Uncoupling with Judy Weigle
Controlling Legal Fees with Robyn Santucci, Part II

Constructive Uncoupling with Judy Weigle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2019 39:01


Controlling Legal Fees with Robyn Santucci, Part II

Newswrap
'No problem' for exonerated Donald Tsang to recover some legal fees: Albert Ho

Newswrap

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2019 4:05


Newswrap
'No problem' for exonerated Donald Tsang to recover some legal fees: Albert Ho

Newswrap

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2019 4:05


Contractor Conflicts Podcast
4 Ways to Reduce Legal Fees on a Construction Case

Contractor Conflicts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2019 4:34


Money makes legal matters go round. Watch this video and I’ll show you how to get the most bang for[...]

Tavern Chat
E346 - Tom DeSanto is Looking for $300K plus in Legal Fees from Gail Gygax

Tavern Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2019 13:16


Gail Gygax was nice enough to share some emails she received from the law office that Tom DeSanto has retained in his lawsuit against Gail. Additionally, I explain how criminal and civil courts differ and how decisions are made in civil court. It is much less cut and dry than in a criminal court. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/support

Cannabis Heals Me
Ep. 23 - Doug Bench - Former Judge Used Cannabis to Treat/Reverse His Advanced COPD

Cannabis Heals Me

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2019 48:06


Doug Bench, a former OH judge, was diagnosed with advanced COPD in April of 2015. His doctor gave him 20 months to live. Doug was content to go home and watch his horses while waiting to die, but thankfully his wife, Jan, was not. While researching essential oils that could help Doug with his condition she learned about THC oil. She broke the law to bring Doug THC oil back from Colorado, and asked him to try it. Doug initially refused because cannabis was illegal in his state, and he was afraid he would get high. His wife eventually convinced him to take it, and he's now living proof that cannabis works. Doug and Jan started an an organization called Rethink Green with a mission "to help people rethink what they know about cannabis. We do this through research, education, advocacy, and recommending the best products. Cannabis is a medical miracle—and everyone should have access to its amazing benefits." The offer live seminars on cannabis and the endocannabinoid system and will soon be releasing an educational webinar series. Relevant Links: Rethink Green Rethink Green on Facebook Doug Bench Flex Your Rights Fully Informed Jury Association Jury Hero Rant Related Links: Lufkin Therapist Amount 4 Arrested in alleged THC Gummie Ring GoFundMe for Legal Fees for 4 Arrested Today's Sponsor is The Grow CFO. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Say word
R kelly drops New e.p for legal fees

Say word

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2019 4:15


Commercial Property Finance - Products, Structure and Strategy
A to Z of Raising Commercial Finance - F

Commercial Property Finance - Products, Structure and Strategy

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2019 5:21


Please note: with the market changing so quickly due to the current Covid-19 Pandemic, the content could be out of date at the time of listening. Email - michael@thepropertyfinanceguy.co.uk Telephone - 07951 802602 https://www.facebook.com/thepropertyfinanceguy/ Please email me any questions, that you may have, and I will endeavour to answer them on the next podcast. Please also let me know if there is anyone that you would like me to interview, or if you would like to be interviewed yourself on the podcast. These podcasts are not to be used in place of financial advice. You must take independent financial advice from a qualified independent financial advisor. These podcasts are for information purposes only F is for Fees Fees are always a massive source of debatewhen it comes to raising commercial finance. When looking to raise commercial finance, you need to understand all of the fees that are involved, and how they/when arepaid. The one that normally takes most Investors/Developers by surprise is the lenders arrangement fee. Many lenders will add this to the loan, however, some will ask for part of it upfront, and some mayask for the whole arrangement feeupfront. You need to understand how this is paidas it can be a huge surprise if you all of a sudden need to find 2% of the amount borrowed upfront. Always discuss this with the Broker upfront, as they need to understand if you are going to struggle to pay the fees upfront. It will help save time, as they will not go to Lenders that charge upfront fees. You also need to be aware of the Exit Fee of the loan. This can also be known as an Early Repayment Charge (ERC). You need to be aware if the Lender charges an exit fee, and the terms around this exit fee. Will they drop the exit fee if you redeem very early? Will they charge you a penalty on top of the exit fee? When is the exit fee due? Is it due on redemption, or if it is a Development Loan, is it due on the sale/refinance of each unit? On top of the exit fee, make sure that you understand if the Lender has any Extension Fees or Penalties that they will add to the loan if you run over the term. Also make sure that you understand if the interest rate of the loan will increase when you run over the term. Running over the term can be massively costly if the Lender is adding fees and increasing the interest payable. As well as the Arrangement Fee and Exit Fee, you also need to be aware of Admin Fees, Legal Fees, Valuation Fees, QS Fees and Monitoring Surveyor Fees. Also make sure that you have accounted for Stamp Duty, as many people forget this, and depending on the size of the purchase, this can really hurt cashflow! These fees are normally paid upfront, and depending on the size of the development, they can often set you back a good chunk of cash. The QS and MS will normally be either the same person, or two people working closely together. You will normally pay a hefty fee to the QS upfront for them to have a look over your costs and make sure that they are correct. The QS is instructed by the Lender and will either be an internal QS or a panel QS. The MS will then charge a recurring monthly fee for the duration of the Development, and they are instructed by the Lender to monitor the scheme and ensure that all is progressing as it should be. They will also come out to the Development when you are looking to draw down a tranche of build costs from the development finance lender. They ensure that the works that you are claiming have been completed, have actually been completed. They then report to the Lender and you receive your drawdown within a week or so.

Contractor Conflicts Podcast
4 Ways to Reduce Legal Fees on a Construction Case

Contractor Conflicts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2018 4:34


Money makes legal matters go round. Watch this video and I’ll show you how to get the most bang for[...]

Veritas News Network - Truth is Trending
Plaintiff Lacks Proof of Paid Legal Fees

Veritas News Network - Truth is Trending

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2018 3:57


When a party loses an arbitration the arbitrator can award legal fees to the prevailing party but there’s no remedy for the plaintiff to learn if the fees are actually paid to the lawyer. As previously reported, a resident of California had agreed to purchase a condominium at Palms Place in Las Vegas, prior to construction of the units. After delays and unanswered questions, the buyer did not want to move forward with the purchase and the matter landed before an arbitrator from the American Arbitration Association. The plaintiff lost the case and was ordered to pay nearly $90,000 in legal fees for Palms Place to Marc P. Cook of Bailus Cook & Kelesis of Las Vegas without actual proof that Palms Place had paid the bill. The plaintiff was not shown a cancelled check or any other proof of payment to verify the entire amount was paid by Palms Place to Cook. The American Arbitration Association does not comment on cases that are, or have been, before them. An appeal is pending in the California resident’s case. The plaintiff was charged at the rate of $350 per hour with additional fees for copies and postage. Cook’s final bill totaled $109,725, including arbitrator fees, according to court documents filed. Charges included $70 for an email sent by Cook to someone to request contacting someone else. A charge of $105 was billed for Cook to review and respond to the arbitrator’s email. When the arbitrator wrote and requested a conference, Cook billed $70 to read and respond to the message. The costs do not include those of the plaintiff, including his own legal fees. Arbitration is dubbed a cheaper alternative to court, but for some who have been through the process, it is far more costly than court. For the California resident, the cost of arbitration was more than the $100,000 deposit he put down on the condominium. Not only did he lose his deposit but raked in arbitration and legal fees bringing the out-of-pocket total to over $200,000. Due to the high legal fees, the purchaser said he would like to see proof of the payment made by Palms Place to Cook. That may not be possible unless a judge orders disclosure when his appeal is heard. When legal fees are awarded the party can either pay the bill, have a judgment filed against them, or appeal in a district court. Despite a plethora of consumer complaints and lawsuits against arbitration companies, Congress has done little to change the laws or to make arbitration more consumer friendly. Binding arbitration clauses are often found in the fine print on contracts and purchase agreements. The clause forces a consumer into arbitration as it’s a waiver of rights to try a case in court. If a consumer loses a case, the legal fees for the prevailing party can be awarded if the arbitrator so chooses. While the cost of arbitration itself can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars, the legal fees can be exorbitant and far outweigh the issue or item in dispute.

Dimensions And Beyond Podcast Radio Show
3 way telepathy, homeopathy legal fees and the Hay slap

Dimensions And Beyond Podcast Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2018 31:32


Carly Hawthorn talking through recent issues with the British Homeopathy association having to pay sizeable legal fees after a ruling goes in favour of the NHS, Coca Cola looks at CBD infused 'wellness' drinks market, Marketplace Manipulation in the Alternative health and supplements sector and Therapy Connections for energy workers. Musical artist is Omnisense (featuring LX Xander and Danny Archer) track called 'Involution' from the album 'Spirit Of Darkness' available on www.omnisense.bandcamp.comwww.dimensionsandbeyond.comwww.facebook.com/dimensionsandbeyondradioshowhttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/dimensions-beyond-podcast/id1049511173

Dimensions And Beyond Podcast Radio Show
3 way telepathy, homeopathy legal fees and the Hay slap

Dimensions And Beyond Podcast Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2018 31:32


Carly Hawthorn talking through recent issues with the British Homeopathy association having to pay sizeable legal fees after a ruling goes in favour of the NHS, Coca Cola looks at CBD infused 'wellness' drinks market, Marketplace Manipulation in the Alternative health and supplements sector and Therapy Connections for energy workers. Musical artist is Omnisense (featuring LX Xander and Danny Archer) track called 'Involution' from the album 'Spirit Of Darkness' available on www.omnisense.bandcamp.comwww.dimensionsandbeyond.comwww.facebook.com/dimensionsandbeyondradioshowhttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/dimensions-beyond-podcast/id1049511173

Radio Law Talk
Ep.65 09-08-18 HR2 - Bill Cosby Sued For Legal Fees, Papadopoulos Pleads Guilty, BurningMan Arrests

Radio Law Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2018 53:50


Bill Cosby Sued For Legal Fees, Papadopoulos Pleads Guilty Lying To FBI, BurningMan 2019 Arrests

Radeo
#10 RadEO with Jonathan Kohler from Landsdowne Investment Properties

Radeo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2018 42:57


In the tenth episode of RadEO, we talk to Jonathan Kohler, founder and CEO of Landsdowne Investment Properties. He shares his humble origins in the property management. How to use hustle to give the impression that you are bigger than you are. Life after selling his house and M3. What to do when you have started too far away from your company and clients. Subscribe on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/radeo/id1250841955) or Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/radeopodcast) More about Jonathan Kohler After completing his bachelor of commerce at Bond University in 2004, Jonathan started his first job working for Summercon Property Development. There he was part of a sales team that sold over 2500 off plan apartments, in 18 different developments. He started Landsdowne Investment Properties in November 2006 in the hope of becoming one of Summercon’s service providers. In 2010 they were awarded the contract to become one of Summercon’s preferred sales & rentals agencies. Since then they have become one of Summercon’s preferred estate management companies and have won contracts to manage Steyn City and Eagle Canyon Golf Estate. Their newest clients are Balwin and Calgro M3. He recently married his beautiful wife (and fierce lawyer), Antonia. He is currently the integration chair of the Johannesburg chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization. Find Jonathan’s business here - www.landsdowne.co.za Show notes: Explain to us what your business is 00:19 How did you end up in this industry? 00:57 What strategies do you have in place to deal with ever-changing business relationships? 06:30 Competing businesses 08:47 The entrepreneurs' dream of stepping aside from your business and the repercussions 09:54 Two million rand in Legal Fees 11:52 What is next for you and your leadership journey? 13:05 Falling back in love with your business 14:28 Are you passionate about your business? 15:32 Do you want to be a director of this business? 19:40 Knowing your strengths 21:52 What have you done to keep your clients and staff happy? 23:40 Investing in people 25:05 Choosing Uber over driving yourself 28:00 Paying off someone else’s bond 31:48 What’s the next fixed asset that you’ll ditch? 37:50

AD on the Radio
The Lemonade legal fees and the jailed soundcloud rapper

AD on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2018 50:35


The 18 year old rapper who could be in jail for a decade because of a song they posted on Soundcloud. Country Time will pay your kid's legal fees if their lemonade stand is shut down by the cops.

AD on the Radio
The Lemonade legal fees and the jailed soundcloud rapper

AD on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2018 50:35


The 18 year old rapper who could be in jail for a decade because of a song they posted on Soundcloud. Country Time will pay your kid's legal fees if their lemonade stand is shut down by the cops.

The Lien Zone Podcast: A Podcast About Construction Law, Contracts, Liens and Bonds

On this episode, Alex will give you 4 solid tips on how to reduce your legal fees. The cost of defending your rights usually dictates what decisions are made. Alex will show you how to get more bang for your buck. Alexander Barthet is a board certified construction attorney in Florida and holds a B.S. … + Read More The post 4 Ways to Reduce Legal Fees appeared first on TheLienZone Podcast.

Impact Makers Radio
Kelley Linn, Divorce Mediation Center, Atlanta GA on Saving at Least $40,000 in Legal Fees

Impact Makers Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2018 33:51


Kelley Linn, CEO of Transitions Resource LLC, Divorce Mediation Center in Atlanta Georgia and Radio Talk Show Host, Stewart Andrew Alexander sat down to discuss how people considering their options for divorce can save at least $40,000 or more in legal fees.Linn also discussed what people need to keep in mind when looking at retaining a divorce professional and being CEO of the Divorce Mediation Center fuels her passion for helping people to gain clarity around some of the common myths and misconceptions which can often prevent them from achieving their desired objectives.For additional information about Kelley Linn, visit: http://www.DivorceMediationCenter.org, or call (678) 389-1616.To check out the full interview on Impact Makers Radio, visit: https://ImpactMakersRadio.com/Kelley-Linn.

Impact Makers Radio
Kelley Linn, Divorce Mediation Center, Atlanta GA on Saving at Least $40,000 in Legal Fees

Impact Makers Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2018 33:51


Kelley Linn, CEO of Transitions Resource LLC, Divorce Mediation Center in Atlanta Georgia and Radio Talk Show Host, Stewart Andrew Alexander sat down to discuss how people considering their options for divorce can save at least $40,000 or more in legal fees.Linn also discussed what people need to keep in mind when looking at retaining a divorce professional and being CEO of the Divorce Mediation Center fuels her passion for helping people to gain clarity around some of the common myths and misconceptions which can often prevent them from achieving their desired objectives.For additional information about Kelley Linn, visit: http://www.DivorceMediationCenter.org, or call (678) 389-1616.To check out the full interview on Impact Makers Radio, visit: https://ImpactMakersRadio.com/Kelley-Linn.

Before the Millions | Lifestyle Design Through Real Estate | Passive Cashflow Investing Tips and Strategies for Financial Fre

On today’s show we welcome Amy Wan, an attorney who specializes in real estate fund syndication for entrepreneurs. Amy is based in Los Angeles, where she runs her company Bootstrap Legal. The underlying goal of the company is to democratize access to legal council by decreasing the amount of billable hours for drafting legal documents. Amy had not intended on going into law and, in fact, she was studying biology towards being a doctor or pharmacist. After going through the motions of her degree she eventually landed in USC Law School studying human rights law and later international trade law. Amy then moved to California with her husband and found a job at Patch of Land. It was here that she became interested in the idea of legal access democratization, something she would draw from with her own company. Amy’s story is both one that can inspire an individual pursuit and is also full of great illuminations on the possibilities for the future of legal work. Tune in to hear all about it!   Key Points From This Episode: Why trading your time for your money is not for everyone. The legal profession’s opposition to efficiency. Different types of fund syndication. Investment crowdfunding as an online syndication and its returns. What exactly is an accredited investor and their role. Bootstrap legal and the democratization of legal aid. Just how inefficient the standard legal turnaround is on drafted documents. How Amy’s company makes the system work more efficiently. The money and time that this can save a client. Challenges that Amy faced in starting her own business. Amy’s suggested timeline for prospective capital raising. Property value, projected goals and likely capital amounts. And much more!   Tweetables: [spp-tweet tweet="“What is the one thing that crosses borders, that everyone respects? And that’s money” — @amyywan"] [spp-tweet tweet="“The legal profession is not incentivized to be more efficient” — @amyywan"] [spp-tweet tweet="“We don’t want to bill by the hour, we want to do things efficiently using technology” — @amyywan"] [spp-tweet tweet="“I think people are going to have think a lot more creatively in the future”. — @amyywan"]   Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode: Amy Wan — http://www.amywanlaw.com/ Patch of Land — https://patchofland.com/ Bootstrap Legal — https://bootstraplegal.com/ Turbo Tax — https://turbotax.intuit.com/ LegalZoom — https://www.legalzoom.com Kickstarter — https://www.kickstarter.com/ Indiegogo — https://www.indiegogo.com/en GoFundMe — https://www.gofundme.com/ Fundrise — https://fundrise.com/ Legal Hackers — https://legalhackers.org/2014/08/welcome-la/ Cam Kashani — http://camkashani.com/ Four Hour Work Week — https://fourhourworkweek.com/ Calendly — https://calendly.com/   Access The Best Strategies, Tips & Advice! Every week, we send an email sharing my best advice, tips and strategies related to Real Estate Investing. Each of these weekly emails contain relevant and actionable information that can help you no matter where you are in your investing journey. Sign up to join our community

The Trial Lawyer Podcast
Episode 9: Legal Fees - Why are lawsuits so expensive?

The Trial Lawyer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2017 33:14


The world of attorneys' fees in civil litigation is - mercifully - a mystery to much of the public. In this episode, we discuss different ways that the law has evolved to help people pay for a lawyer in civil cases when they need one (but couldn't otherwise afford to pay high hourly rates), and potential gaps in this ad hoc system of civil representation.

ScatterShot
ScatterShot 116: Think of the Legal Fees

ScatterShot

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2017 105:14


In this episode of ScatterShot, Alan and Colin take an extended look at Iron Fist, xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, Mad Max (PS4), Ori and the Blind Forest and Split. We delve into spoiler territory with this but don’t worry, we’ll warn you beforehand if you’ve not seen it.

Conversations About Divorce
How To Save Legal Fees On Your Divorce

Conversations About Divorce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2016 33:47


Most people would love to save legal fees on their divorce. The first thing that comes to mind is doing without an attorney. While that may save you big time, it’s not always the smartest way to trim costs and it may actually end up costing you more in the long run.The good news is that there are a number of very simple, easy things you can do that can make a real difference to your legal bill while getting the benefit of legal advice.Joining Mandy to talk about these money saving strategies is Larry Sarezky, an experienced family law attorney and author, from Fairfield, Connecticut.Larry’s recently published a book, Divorce, Simply Stated: How To Achieve More, Worry Less and Save Money In Your Divorce, is a easy to understand layman’s guide to the divorce process.You need to know about these tips before you hire your attorney.You can find more practical tips on this in Mandy’s free eBook, Untangling From Your Spouse: How To Prepare For Divorce.

Tennessee Family Law Questions & Answers
Tips for Saving on Legal Fees in Family Law Matters

Tennessee Family Law Questions & Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2016 10:00


Divorce can be expensive, both in terms of the emotional costs and the economic costs.  Many times legal fees top the list of costs in a divorce case.  Nevertheless, there are steps you can take to reduce the legal fees in your divorce. Choose Your Attorney Wisely Limit and Prepare for Phone Calls and Emails Offer to Perform Some of the Work Yourself If Appropriate, Ask for a Flat Fee Arrangement Do Not Rely Upon Your Attorney for Help with Emotional Problems   Blog

The Lien Zone Podcast: A Podcast About Construction Law, Contracts, Liens and Bonds
How to Recover Your Legal Fees and 3 Other Important Construction Contract Provisions

The Lien Zone Podcast: A Podcast About Construction Law, Contracts, Liens and Bonds

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2016


On this podcast Alex Barthet explains how to recover your attorney's fees and costs and 3 other important construction contract provisions. Alex Barthet is a Board Certified Construction Lawyer in the State of Florida, Alex also publishes a weekly blog on TheLienZone.com The post How to Recover Your Legal Fees and 3 Other Important Construction Contract Provisions appeared first on TheLienZone Podcast.

Irish Times Inside Business
Legal Fees and Accountancy Fees

Irish Times Inside Business

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2015 20:11


This week Arthur Beesley discusses the issues surrounding legal and accounting fees with Fiona Reddan from The Irish Times and former government adviser Jennifer Carroll MacNeill. Inside Business is a weekly business podcast for The Irish Times. It is presented by Ciaran Hancock and produced by Sinead O'Shea.

New Solo
Setting Legal Fees in Your Law Practice

New Solo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2014 30:57


When starting your solo practice, figuring out how to price your services can be very difficult. Many new lawyers undercut the market or undervalue what they have to offer. Additionally, in this emerging market of flat fees, they have to consider their strategy for setting legal rates. When charging for hourly legal services, what should be the lowest starting rate? How should a solo lawyer structure a system for flat fee pricing? What are the signs of undercharging and how should attorneys convey the value of their services to the client? On this episode of New Solo, Adriana Linares interviews attorney Ted Waggoner about how lawyers should set their fees, hourly versus flat fee pricing, and educating clients about the true value of their legal services. When starting a new practice, Waggoner explains, lawyers should set their fees based on expenses, investment, the client's budget, and, of course, profit. Each attorney will adjust these fees based on mistakes and experience. However, Waggoner also encourages lawyers to think like business people; have a discussion with the client about how valuable the legal services are and set fees accordingly. Lawyers need to establish a relationship with their clients in order to manage their expectations, educate them about value and benefits, and scope out the case. Waggoner also emphasizes the importance of research through blogs or consultants such as David Maister, Alan Weiss, and Ron Baker. In the end, he says, the fees are set to what the client wants to pay and is willing to pay, and whether the lawyer accepts that amount. Ted A. Waggoner is the managing partner at Peterson Waggoner and Perkins, LLP in Rochester, Indiana. Waggoner has been an active presenter for lawyers Continuing Legal Education seminars, having lectured at the Solo and Small Firm Conference on topics such as Fundamentals of Successful Solo and Small Firm Practice; Tough Moments with Clients; and Selling Your Client's Business. Waggoner has also contributed to articles in the ABA Journal and other ABA publications. Special thanks to our sponsor, Solo Practice University.

Solo Practice University® Guest Lectures
How Do You Set Legal Fees? – Guest Lecture with Jared Correia

Solo Practice University® Guest Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2013


As a new lawyer one of the most daunting tasks is setting fees for your services.  Many lawyers won’t tell you why they charge what they charge when asked. Every jurisdiction has a different idea of ‘reasonable and customary’. If too many lawyers discuss their fees the bar will sometimes fear antitrust issues. Seriously.  Plus, […]Written by Susan Cartier Liebel

Reinventing Professionals
How Corporations Can Realize Material Savings on Legal Fees

Reinventing Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2009 5:07


I spoke with Afshin Behnia, the CEO of Mitratech, a provider of legal matter management and e-billing software. We discussed trends in the legal industry and the economic impact of the recession. He reported an upward trend in litigation caused by, among other factors, increased regulation and stronger enforcement. He also highlighted that corporations could realize material savings on legal fees through coordinated outside counsel management and implementing a preferred counsel program.

Reinventing Professionals
How Corporations Can Realize Material Savings on Legal Fees

Reinventing Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2009 5:07


I spoke with Afshin Behnia, the CEO of Mitratech, a provider of legal matter management and e-billing software. We discussed trends in the legal industry and the economic impact of the recession. He reported an upward trend in litigation caused by, among other factors, increased regulation and stronger enforcement. He also highlighted that corporations could realize material savings on legal fees through coordinated outside counsel management and implementing a preferred counsel program.

Crypto Basic Podcast: Teaching You The Basics of Bitcoin and the World of Cryptocurrency. CryptoBasic
Episode 198 - Bitcoin just can't STOP hitting milestones, N. Korea's CryptoMissiles, new exit scams and more

Crypto Basic Podcast: Teaching You The Basics of Bitcoin and the World of Cryptocurrency. CryptoBasic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 1969 64:24


What a week for the cryptocurrency space. We've got a brand new exit scam (like we didn't have enough of those already), we've got bitcoin being traded at high volumes in Venezuela, and we've got.. Craig Wright? Again? You bet! Tune in to find out whether bitcoin is the world's eleventh largest money supply (hint: it is) and discover which four European countries are the most adoption-oriented out of all (you know you wanna invest in Europe). Dive into the cryptoverse with us on today's Flagship Friday.   - Bitcoin Trading is at an all-time high in Venezuela - https://cryptodailynews.online/bitcoin-trading-in-venezuela-hits-all-time-high/  - Ethereum's on-chain stablecoin transaction volumes surpassed Venmo's total payment volume in Q2. Does include Tether though. - https://twitter.com/cburniske/status/1157780542013792257  - EtherDelta being investigated by Chinese police for a $176k exit scam. The initial owner sold it to Chinese investors who then created an ICO for it in Jan 2018, a month after it was sold. Then they ran off with investors money. Dovey Wan reported it and she's constantly reporting events - https://decrypt.co/8263/chinese-police-investigates-alleged-etherdelta  - Gods Unchained hires a former director of Magic The Gathering Arena - https://decrypt.co/8280/gods-unchained-levels-up-hires-former-magic-the-gathering-executive  - Bitcoin Now the World’s Eleventh Largest Money Supply - https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/08/07/bitcoin-now-the-worlds-eleventh-largest-money-supply/  - VERGE! YESSSSS( - https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/cmmrzu/vergecurrencys_x17_mining_algorithm_is_being/  - False KYC Leak at Binance - https://www.binance.com/en/blog/365766157488967680/Statement-on-False-KYC-Leak  - Craig Wright has to pay $73,000 in Legal Fees for Roger Ver - Bullish or Bullshit - https://stmarket.co/en/news/536/Craig-Wright-to-Pay-73-000-in-Legal-Fees-for-Losing-Libel-Claims-Vs-Roger-Ver.html  - North Korea funds weapons program with stolen cryptocurrency -  https://mashable.com/article/north-korea-un-report-cyberattacks/  - Top 4 European Countries Ranked by Cryptocurrency Adoption - https://themerkle.com/top-4-european-countries-ranked-by-cryptocurrency-adoption/