Multi-jurisdiction complex discovery. Family business disputes. Prevailing wage considerations. Cybersecurity and data breaches. And what do Millennial-generation lawyers expect? Hear the discussion on these and other current legal issues.
The latest installment of “On the Record” podcasts, sponsored by O’Brien & Levine, features 12 litigation leaders–welcomed by President Kenny Zais. They’re taking questions from Radio Entrepreneurs moderators Jeffrey Davis and Marc Zwetchkenbaum (Marc Z.) Click the name, hear the interview. Watch video excerpts, too.
Mark Bross, Bross Law LLC — On data breaches and cybersecurity in big organizations, like hospitals, and small businesses, like start-ups.
Nick Carter, Todd & Weld — On personal injury litigation and the rights of minors.
Juliet Davison,Davison Law — On the surprising views of some international clients on discovery in civil litigation.
Jack Drewry, Solo Practitioner — On conflict resolution and the legal ramifications of the proliferation of social media.
Mike Duffy,Ruberto, Israel, & Weiner — On family business and land use disputes and the legal, financial and social resources that bring resolution.
Jonathon Friedmann, Adam Shafran, Rudolph Friedmann — On prevailing wage, 1099 and independent contractor law in Massachusetts and elsewhere.
Matthew Furman, Tarlow, Breed, Hart & Rodgers — On Millennial lawyers and bridging the generational divide.
Joseph Lipschitz, Mintz Levin — On complex commercial litigation, plus the 1st Amendment and media law.
Katherine Michon, Hartley Michon Robb — On employment agreements for executives and professionals, including non-compete and equity.
Leonard Milligan, Milligan, Rona, Duran & King — On complex civil and criminal multi-jurisdiction litigation (domestic and international), such as investment fraud.
Peter Myerson,Cohan Rasnick Myerson Plaut — On how to judge expertise in different legal specialties and engage the right litigator.
Chuck Rodman,Gesmer Updegrove — On trials to resolve disputes in business operations and issues in employment litigation.