The Legal Perils of Video Marketing
Season 2, Ep. 1
Intellectual Property partner Mark Rosenberg visits with Rich Schoenstein to discuss the legal implications of the still increasing use of video marketing for commercial purposes online and on social media.
Returning to the Office – Considerations for Employers Bringing Back Employees
Season 1, Ep. 19
Labor and Employment Partner Tara Carolan joins Rich Schoenstein to talk about the tough task of bringing back employees to the office while the Covid-19 Pandemic continues, surveying both the rights of the employees and the duties of the employers.
Remote and Secure: The Requirements of the SHIELD Act and Other Recommendations for Virtual Business Operations.
Season 1, Ep. 18
Amy Goldsmith and special guest Brian Califano talk to Rich Schoenstein about the implications of the recently adopted SHIELD Act and other considerations for the on-line security of businesses and workers who are operating remotely.
Future Care Planning for Special Needs Children
Season 1, Ep. 17
Trusts & Estates Partner Robert Freedman talks to Rich Schoenstein about the issues and challenges of making long term plans for special needs children.
Urban Living after COVID-19
Season 1, Ep. 16
A discussion about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on urban living and design issues impacting residential real estate in large cities, with Laurie Stanziale from TKD’s Real Estate and Construction practice, Michael Goldblum and John Field from Building Studio Architects, and podcast host Rich Schoenstein.
CARES Act Relief for Small Businesses
Season 1, Ep. 15
Rich Schoenstein talks with Eli Rudolph and Simon Malinowski about financial relief available under the CARES Act, including PPP and EIDL loans, the eligibility guidelines, the ongoing requirements for companies who receive them, and forbearance guidance that is still awaited.
Season 1, Ep. 14
Rich Schoenstein and Bill Weisner from the Commercial Real Estate Group talk about the pending replacement of LIBOR as a benchmark or reference rate for determining interest rates on floating rate commercial loans and other financial products, including the process and the related challenges.
Patenting Natural Ingredients
Season 1, Ep. 13
Rich Schoenstein and Rachel Lin talk about the circumstances under which a patent might be obtained for products containing or based on natural ingredients.
Bankruptcy Basics and Recent Developments
Season 1, Ep. 12
Rich Schoenstein and Scott Markowitz, Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Group - talk about the underpinnings of U.S. Bankruptcy law, the distinction between liquidation and reorganization, recent developments in the areas of student loans and small business reorganization, and how and why the system can be justified.A bankruptcy hodgepodge.