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Jeremy Schulman is a Commercial litigator. And our team does focus on resolving the most complex and challenging commercial disputes facing our clients through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and informal negotiation. We have vast experience representing clients in nearly every industry sector. We represent companies of all sizes, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. We represent individuals with valuable commercial interests to protect. We represent both plaintiffs and ...
 
Schulman Bhattacharya is a commercial litigator. His focus is on resolving the most complex and challenging commercial disputes facing our clients through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and informal negotiation. Jeremy Wyeth Schulman team has vast experience representing clients in nearly every industry sector. We represent companies of all sizes, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. Jeremy Schulman represents individuals with valuable commercial interests to protect. W ...
 
New Media Central is the future of alternative media. Free from establishment influence, NMC amplifies the voices of independent thinkers, journalists, and broadcasters. NMC arms its audience with information not necessarily shared by mainstream media sources who are manipulated by the strongarm of corporate and political figureheads in Washington. In 2012, Sal Traina founded a small blog, Liberty By Logic, to share his thoughts on politics. In the midst of the crucial 2016 Presidential elec ...
 
Welcome to Coast 2 Coast Podcast!We are here on a mission to empower you with cutting-edge knowledge of business, marketing, and digital communications. We want to inspire you with tips to cultivate your skills and strategies to scale up your business. With proven methods that work, you have just landed on your transformative journey with Jacob Dermelkonian. Jacob Dermelkonian, a disciplined and top-performing strategist, Marketing, Business Development, and Communications professional, with ...
 
Newstalk Breakfast brings you all the news you need to set you up for the day – from politics, business, sport, entertainment and everything in between. Shane Coleman and Ciara Kelly have all the stories that matter, every weekday from 7-9AM. Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
 
The collaborative economy is a movement! From legislative campaigns to taxi battles and $8 billion in sector funding, we are seeing a radical market shift from traditional consumerism to empowering the crowd. If you’d like to understand the collaborative economy, this podcast gets you tuned in to what thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and business are seeing, hearing, and feeling. Welcome to The Crowd!
 
I’m Charles Mizrahi. I currently write Alpha Investor — one of America’s fastest-growing investment publications — and have had nearly 40 years of experience as a floor trader, hedge fund manager and money manager on Wall Street. In fact, I was once named the No. 1 trader in the nation by Barron’s. But the story of my rise through the ranks is about more than just success — it’s about achieving the American Dream. You see, I didn’t grow up wealthy. But I did grow up with the belief that Amer ...
 
Tim loves it all, Ben hates everything, and Mike could take it or leave it. Come give a listen and join the conversation by leaving a comment or two...... SPOILER ALERT!!! We will keep the first 5 or 10 minutes spoiler free with a quick review, but after that we're going to spoil nearly every part of the movies we talk about! We like to keep the episodes real so we rarely edit our episodes. In our movie reviews, we try to keep the feel of discussing a movie while walking out of the theatre w ...
 
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In a rare move, the Vatican has lodged an official complaint over an anti-homophobia bill that is now being examined by Italy’s parliament, alleging that it undermines the church’s freedoms, an Italian newspaper has reported. The Corriere della Sera newspaper said that on June 17 the Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States Paul Richard Gallag…
 
Housing is the never-ending issue affecting families right across the country.Well one of the options, for some people, is a barge boat.Over the past few years, more and more people have decided to call a boat their home.Reporter Josh Crosbie went to speak to some people living on barge boats and the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland.…
 
The EU Court of Justice handed a win to Google’s YouTube on Tuesday in a case over the publishing of unauthorized content on its platform. But it warned that sites could be liable if they do not act swiftly to remove such content. The court case was the latest challenge against the tech company over the publishing of copyrighted material on its pla…
 
The Tokyo government has announced that its governor will be taking a break due to “excess fatigue” with the Olympics just one month away and the metropolis battling persistent Covid as vaccinations remain low. “A deputy governor will serve official duties on her behalf this week as Governor Koike needs a rest due to excess fatigue,” a metropolitan…
 
Prosecutors in Paris have charged four executives at French companies with “complicity in acts of torture” over allegations they aided Libya and Egypt in spying on opposition figures who were then tracked down and tortured. Philippe Vannier, the former head of Amesys, and Olivier Bohbot, the current boss of Nexa Technologies, along with two other e…
 
He’s challenged one of America’s largest newspapers ... Dr. Peter Wood has spent his entire career researching America’s evolving culture. His most recent book, 1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project, pushes back against The New York Times and examines the true starting point of American history. The former anthropology professor discusses h…
 
Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, shot down the United States’ hopes for a return to dialogue between the two countries, warning that such an expectation would leave the US disappointed. Last week, after Kim Jong-un said North Korea must be prepared for “dialogue and confrontation,” White House National Security Ad…
 
Victory for animal rights activists as fur farming will be forbidden from next year. The cabinet is expected to agree to ban the practice later today with a compensation package for farmers affected also to be considered. Michael Healy Rae, Independent TD for Kerry joined us on the show this morning with his view on this ban coming into law.Listen …
 
The Republic of Ireland continues to be Europe’s worst air travel performer with around 24 per cent of 2019 pre-pandemic traffic, that’s according to new figures from air navigation body, Eurocontrol. For more on this, we were joined on the show this morning by Pat Byrne Founder and Chair of Cityjet, and Dr Gabriel Scally Public health physician, F…
 
Fake it ‘till you make it that's been the moto successfully employed by the Manx Wildlife Trust of late. The conservation charity has brought Puffins back to the Calf of Man for the first time in more than 30 years by installing decoy versions of the seabird to lure them home. Ornithologist, Aron Sapsford joins us this morning to tell us about thei…
 
In the latest protests over the government’s energy reform plan, workers downed tools at EDF and Engie nuclear power sites and hydropower stations, and electricity generation fell by 3.12%. Réseau de Transport d'Électricité (RTE) and Électricité de France (EDF) data on Tuesday showed that power output had been cut as workers staged another strike. …
 
The Covid-19 Pandemic has led to an ‘unprecedented and exhausting impact’ on victims of abuse, with a 43% increase in contacts with Women’s Aid Services last year, compared to 2019. For more on this, we were joined now by Linda Smith, Women’s Aid 24-hour National Free Phone Helpline Manager join us now.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on …
 
Ireland will not meet 2013-2020 EU targets for greenhouse gas emissions reduction, that’s according to a new report by the Environmental Protection Agency. Their Director of the Office and author of the report, Sharon Finegan joined on the show this morning to explain why we are not going to meeting our greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.Li…
 
Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan has raised concerns about the rising number of Delta Variant cases in the country. He said that the latest estimates revealed that the Delta variant accounted for up to 20% of cases reported in the last week. For more on this, we were joined on the show by Liam Fanning, Professor of Immunovirology at UCC.Listen an…
 
Angered by the country’s low vaccination rate, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he may jail people who refuse to get the shot against coronavirus. Duterte vented his frustration over vaccine hesitancy during a cabinet meeting late on Monday night. “If you don’t want to get vaccinated, leave the Philippines,” he said, as quoted by the …
 
Some 34% of Canadians believe they live in a "racist country," claims a new poll. However, those views are more pronounced in some demographics than others. In the Angus Reid Institute poll released on Monday, 54% of women under age 35 were ready to condemn Canada as racist, while only 21% of men over 55 agreed. Young women, in fact, were even more…
 
Brazil’s former leftist president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, scored a fresh legal victory on Monday after a federal court acquitted him of passive corruption charges relating to alleged political favors, citing lack of evidence. In 2017, Lula was accused of having granted political favors to automobile companies in exchange for donations of 6 mill…
 
Even with more people getting inoculated against Covid-19, a WHO epidemiologist has warned that new vaccines and continued “measures” will be needed to tackle any future “constellation of mutations”. World leaders have presented vaccines to the public as a ticket back to normality, with US President Joe Biden promising a “summer of freedom” should …
 
https://www.patreon.com/jarmedia Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/jar-media-store Twitter: https://twitter.com/FourFunnies Timecodes: 00:00 Intro 01:54 Housekeeping 12:42 Intro Context 16:43 Thoughts on E3 2021 33:22 Midroll 34:15 Naming Child after JARCast Titles 36:16 Appreciation for Porn Addiction Topic 37:25 Stories of Messing with people 3…
 
Two European privacy watchdogs have joined forces to call for a blanket ban on the use of biometric recognition in public spaces, outlawing such tech as AI-based facial, DNA, fingerprint and other recognition systems. The joint opinion was published by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) on M…
 
The late-stage trials of a monoclonal antibody drug, sotrovimab, have found that it can drastically cut hospitalizations and deaths among high-risk Covid-19 patients when administered early on in the illness, its developers said. In the efficacy trials, which involved 1,057 patients, the use of the treatment led to a 79% drop in hospitalization for…
 
India announced on Monday that the country has administered a record seven and a half million doses of Covid vaccines in one day through its free national inoculation campaign, after officials faced criticism for a slow rollout. The record administration of doses follows Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent confirmation that the government would p…
 
Laura Dempsey (15) died while on holiday in Crete back in 2017. Her father is now kayaking around Ireland to raise funds for Anam Cara a parental and sibling bereavement support group. John father of the late Laura joined us on the show this morning to talk about Laura and his fundraising journey.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple …
 
Today is Amazon Prime Day – where the tech giant promises some great deals and free shipping, but where’s the catch and what do you need to watch out for? Newstalk’s Technology Correspondent, Jess Kelly joins us now to tell us what is Amazon Prime Day and how does it work?Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Down…
 
Iran’s president-elect, known for his hardline stance, has said his country’s foreign policy will extend beyond the JCPOA nuclear deal and that he will engage with leaders and parties around the world in Tehran’s best interests. Speaking at a press conference on Monday for the first time since his election victory last week, President-elect Ebrahim…
 
The Spanish government plans to pardon Catalan independence leaders on Tuesday, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said. Nine politicians and activists were jailed for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. The move, actively rumored over the past few weeks, was confirmed by Sanchez on Monday, who announced the pardon would come the next day…
 
As Israel’s uptake of jabs largely flattens out and school-based infection rates increase, a senior health official has urged adolescents to come forward and be vaccinated against Covid-19. Speaking to Tel Aviv radio station 103 FM on Monday, Nachman Ash, the country’s national pandemic response coordinator, said he expected the Health Ministry to …
 
Indonesian travel companies are advertising US vaccine tours for the rich, while those less wealthy have to wait for their jabs as Covid-19 runs rampant in the country. An Indonesian travel company has created vaccine tours to get business booming again after losing 75% of its revenue due to the pandemic. The company’s sales director, Lilik Budiman…
 
Property experts are warning that the current market “is on fire”. Will we soon face the same house price level as we remember from 2006? To discuss this further we heard from Conor Skehan Former chair of the Housing Agency and Lecturer in Planning at Technological University Dublin and Dr Rory Hearne Author of Housing shock; The Irish Housing Cris…
 
The HSE hopes vaccination of people aged in their 20s will begin by late July or early August. For more on this, we were joined on the show by Paul Reid, CEO of the HSE.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or …
 
Gardaí have said that pubs and restaurants are not allowed to serve alcohol in recently set-up seating areas outside premises as they are not permitted under licensing laws. For more on this, we’re joined now by Adrian Cummins CEO of Restaurants Association of Ireland.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download…
 
Sweden’s PM, Stefan Lofven, has been ousted in a no-confidence vote by the nation’s parliament, after failing to secure support for his rent reform. The move paves the way for either snap elections or a caretaker government. Lovfen was ousted by the parliament on Monday, becoming the first Swedish prime minister ever to lose a no-confidence vote. T…
 
Israel has relaxed some restrictions on the export of commercial goods from Gaza. The “conditional” measure comes a month after a truce ended a flare-up between the Israeli military and the Hamas Palestinian militant group. Starting from Monday, a limited export of goods, primarily agricultural produce and textiles, will be allowed from the Palesti…
 
As Taiwan scrambles to inoculate its 23 million citizens, the government has announced that the daily number of Covid-19 infections has fallen below 100 for the first time in a month. Speaking on Monday, Health Minister Chen Shih-chung said there was a clear downward trend in case numbers, as the authorities had registered only 75 new domestic infe…
 
Iran has said that it’s looking for guarantees from the US during negotiations in Vienna aimed at bringing the two countries back in line with the 2015 nuclear deal abandoned by former president Donald Trump. Speaking at a weekly press conference on Monday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said the former US administration of Do…
 
There are calls for a knife amnesty after three men were stabbed in Dublin in the space of an hour over the weekend. For more on this, we were joined now by Neale Richmond, Fine Gael TD for Dublin Rathdown and spokesperson on European Affairs to discuss how series knife crime has become?Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts o…
 
The DUP warned they will collapse Stormont unless Irish language law overhauled. Senior sources within the party told Sunday Life that the new leader, won’t nominate a first minister unless a new deal is reached. For more on this, we were joined by Newton Emerson, Nothern Ireland political correspondent for Irish Times.Listen and subscribe to Newst…
 
Unidentified hackers have attacked one of South Korea’s largest shipbuilders, the government has confirmed. Media reports earlier said that cyber criminals from Pyongyang were hunting for information on navy submarines. “Police and related military agencies are looking into the case,” the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) spokespers…
 
Should a religious ethos govern our national maternity hospital? Noeline Blackwell CEO of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre joins us this morning and we asked her can a religious ethos and a Women’s rights to full sexual and reproductive services coexist under one roof?Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, liste…
 
Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant has been shut down, and will remain offline for “three to four days,” state TV reported. The shutdown is the first in the plant’s 10 years of operation. An official from Iran’s state power company, Gholamali Rakhshanimehr, announced the shutdown on a talk show on Sunday, and told the public it could result in powe…
 
China has administered more than a billion Covid-19 shots since the start of its vaccination program, health authorities have said, as the country moves closer to meeting an ambitious target set for the end of the month. The announcement by China’s National Health Commission means that Beijing is responsible for more than a third of all doses admin…
 
Facebook has pledged to provide a more detailed explanation of what constitutes satire on its platform, after the company’s oversight board ruled that a meme commenting on the Armenian genocide was wrongfully removed. The social media giant said it was committed to developing a “new satire framework” which will be used to assess facetious or sarcas…
 
The Pfizer vaccines, which the Palestinian Authority (PA) rejected on Friday due to the fact that they were near their expiration date, were identical to those given to citizens inside Israel, the country’s Health Ministry said. Earlier this week, the two sides agreed that Israel would transfer its short-dated doses of the US-made jab to the occupi…
 
Conservative judge Ebrahim Raisi has been declared the victor of Iran’s presidential election. As the clear frontrunner, Raisi received congratulations from rival candidates hours before preliminary results were announced. Iran’s Interior Ministry announced the final results on Saturday, showing that Raisi had won in a landslide victory. The minist…
 
Candidates in Iran’s presidential election have conceded the race to hardliner Ebrahim Raisi. Outgoing President Hassan Rouhani has also issued his congratulations, although the results have not yet been made official. Raisi, the current chief justice of Iran, was the clear frontrunner heading into the polls. Voting began on Friday and continued in…
 
We are now experiencing ‘near elimination’ of Covid-19 in the vaccinated population but 180 Delta variant cases have been confirmed in the country now. To discuss this and more we heard from Dr. Colm Henry Chief Clinical Officer with the Health Service Executive.Listen and subscribe to Newstalk Breakfast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Download, list…
 
Liberian rebel commander Alieu Kosiah has been handed a 20 year prison sentence over charges of rape, killings and even cannibalism in the first war crimes trial in a civilian court in Switzerland. On Friday, the Swiss Federal Court found Kosiah guilty on all but four of the 25 charges he faced for his alleged actions while in the United Liberation…
 
Lithuania is considering a scheme this week that would allow tourists staying in the country for over seven days to receive a Covid vaccination, also extending the offer to its nationals living abroad. The Deputy Economy Minister Vincas Jurgutis revealed that the proposal was made based on principles of safety in the country and popular enquiry: “W…
 
A Belgian court has said AstraZeneca only needs to supply the EU with 80 million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine, out of the 120 million sought by the bloc, but it faces fines if it misses certain set delivery targets. The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical giant had originally committed to deliver 300 million doses of its jab to the EU by the end of June,…
 
The 193-member United Nations General Assembly has voted in favor of reappointing Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for a second term. His new five-year stint is due to begin at the start of 2022. Guterres, who has led the global body since 2017, was sworn in following Friday’s vote. .@antonioguterres reappointed for second term as UN Secretary-Ge…
 
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