Author: Rachael Amato

https://open.spotify.com/episode/0ZNdjrwI94UVpsT1RG5eXG?si=YK_RNWhzR7ylt5-r201fng Josh Kubicki is a legal pioneer who has worked for years at the intersection of legal design, New Law, and now, legal training and academics. Professor Josh Kubicki is the director of the University of Richmond’s School of Law’s new Legal Innovation and Entrepreneurship program and is an Assistant Professor of Law. He is also the co-founder and business designer at Bold Duck Studios, the business designers, fabricators, and mechanics of legal services and was the chief strategy officer at the global law firm. Seyfarth Shaw, LLP.We discuss everything from Josh’s impressive body of legal work to his Buffalo roots…

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https://open.spotify.com/episode/0hdaNOizy3bhahpuEvi0Ae?si=FtBegop5Rz6FWuY0YeOz_g Ray Dennis embodies all that is admirable in Los Angeles, one of the world’s truly great cities. Ray is the founder of ONE MEDIA MARKETING, a strategic media, marketing and brand consultancy that helps clients identify, engage and convert their target audience into customers. We discuss Ray’s work with Disney, the Los Angeles Clippers, and the lessons he has learned over his career that can help lawyers and law firms.

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It’s hard to believe that the first guest on our podcast was Jerry Michalski. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Jerry in real life – to say that he helped shape the dot com world would be an understatement.

Jerry. the founder of REX, the Relationship Economy eXpedition,. helps organizations navigate the transition from the consumer mass-marketing economy to the Relationship Economy, which is critically important for lawyers to consider, especially as we move into the uncertainty of 2021.

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By Aron Solomon The FDA recently announced it is working toward banning menthol cigarettes and flavored mass-produced cigars. The reaction to the menthol ban broke down along familiar lines. Some people are in favor, believing the ban will improve health outcomes of certain groups who tend to use these products. According to the Center for Disease Control, 85 percent of menthol brand users are Black and, therefore, the ban is a form of ‘social justice.’ Other people with a more libertarian bent believe the ban restricts the free market and will unfairly cost shopowners a lot of money by being unable to…

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By Aron Solomon Before most football seasons, news that you might be restricted from attending a Buffalo Bills game might actually be a small mercy. But we are living in interesting times, and with the Bills as one of the early favorites to compete for Super Bowl LVI, news out of Buffalo that proof of full vaccination will be required to attend Bills home games is raising eyebrows. Has there ever been a time in history when we have trusted technology companies less than we do today, both with our information and to do the right thing? A vaccine passport, pure and simple, is…

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By Aron Solomon Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s call to harass people with masks exemplifies the danger inherent to the political variety show, a cross-bred new TV product that has moved from entertainment to action catalyst, our contributor argues. Variety shows used to reside at the intersection of law and society. When, in 1967, Ed Sullivan censored the the Rolling Stones, forcing them to change the lyrics from “let’s spend the night together” to “let’s spend some time together,” the show was not only fearful of the legal ramifications of airing Mick Jagger’s words but wanted to and succeeded in sending a…

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