Episode 4: Pre-Nups & Depp v Heard Trial Wrap-Up

Tune in as Tenny and Shayda talk all things pre-nups! In this episode you’ll learn why you absolutely do need a prenup (even if you think you don’t) as well as some practical things to include in your prenup that you probably haven’t thought about! As promised, we go through some of the most infamous […]

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An Insight Into the Eighth Judicial District Court’s Business Court

As many practitioners know, the Eighth Judicial District Court has a specialty business court with five judges acting as business court judges: Judge Nancy L. Allf, Judge Mark R. Denton, Judge Susan H. Johnson, Judge Joanna S. Kishner, and Judge Timothy C. Williams. While business court is still governed by the Eighth Judicial District Court’s Rules of Practice, due to the complex nature […]

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Episode 3: Social Media & Celebrity Divorce Culture

Kim and Kanye, Kelly Clarkson, and Robert De Niro all have one really interesting thing in common: multimillion dollar divorces cases. In this episode, Tenny and Shayda tackle celebrity divorce cases and California law. Social media is so pervasive in today’s world that its growing impact on our day to day lives is becoming hard […]

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“When Software is a Medical Device: The FDA Guidance on Premarket Submissions for Device Software Functions”

Are smart watches and smart phones now considered “Medical Devices” under the Food Drug & Cosmetic Act? Questions like these have began percolating throughout the world as consumer based devices become more sophisticated and provide medical information to consumers and medical providers alike. In November 2021, the FDA drafted a “guidance document” regarding recommendations for […]

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TALG Business Law Update 3.27.22

EC’s Proposed Rule Regarding Cybersecurity Breach Notifications On March 9, 2022, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has proposed a rule requiring publicly traded company to disclose “material” cybersecurity breaches within 4 days of the breach. Companies would report material breaches via Form 8-K if the breach occurs prior to annual or quarterly […]

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Relocation in the Age of “Calexodus”

The practice of family law can be both rewarding and emotionally trying. I often ask my peers what cases and situations are the most difficult and challenging and without a doubt everyone agrees that relocation cases can be the most difficult and stressful of them all. Mediators and attorneys do not like relocation cases because […]

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New Horizons:

How external counsel can help you explore and secure market entry opportunities

IR Global members offer jurisdiction-specific advice on how external counsel can help you explore & secure market entry opportunities.  The global Covid-19 pandemic may not be over, but business leaders […]

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Laura Thalacker of Hartwell Thalacker, LTD. discusses Employer choices on requiring the Covid-19 vaccine

Laura Thalacker, a Las Vegas-based management-side labor and employment lawyer, spoke to IR Digital’s podcast host Jennifer Riggins on our most recent, topical podcast…. ‘If you can, should you? Employer choices on requiring the Covid-19 Vaccine.’ Laura and Jen spoke about whether employers may require, or simply encourage, their employees to get vaccinated against the […]

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Doreen Hartwell participates in the IR Global Disputes Virtual Series – Technology & Disputes: The impact of new technology on litigation and dispute resolution

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers For the legal sector, COVID-19 has been a huge catalyst for change globally. Overnight, almost all legal advisors decamped en masse from their expensive mid-town and city offices to their homes to work. Personal meetings suddenly disappeared to be replaced by virtual meetings on Zoom or Microsoft Teams. As the UK […]

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Technology & Disputes:

The Impact of New Technology on Litigation and Dispute Resolution

For the legal sector, COVID-19 has been a huge catalyst for change globally. Overnight, almost all legal advisors decamped en masse from their expensive mid-town and city offices to their […]

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