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The Hearing is a legal podcast from Thomson Reuters. Listen to insightful discussions with interesting people who have a connection to the law. We delve into anything and everything – trailblazers within the industry, the latest insights in legal innovation, and we explore how the profession is evolving. We also produce a regular spin-off called The Cross-Examination. These are documentary episodes where we do a deep dive into current issues and examine them through a legal lens. Find out mo ...
 
Treatises, case law, Google…. what do they have in common? When you need answers, none of these will get you started faster than walking down the hall to chat with an expert. Down the Hall with Practical Law will host a panel of law firm and in-house law department leaders as well as Practical Law's editorial team that will feature plain English "What do I really need to know?" discussions and insights on trending legal topics. No legalese; just expertise.
 
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Law firm leaders share their stories and experts share tips that will empower you to grow your firm.
 
Want to stay plugged in to the biggest trends in technology, media, and telecom? Our TMT podcast series takes what you need to know and breaks it down into something more User Friendly. From social responsibility to the next emerging technologies, industry leaders join us to dive into the biggest topics shaping your business—and the world around you.
 
The Exchange is a regular conversation with some of the most influential movers and shakers in business and markets hosted by Rob Cox, global editor of Breakingviews, the commentary publication of Thomson Reuters. From Reuters’ global headquarters in New York’s Times Square, Rob debates and discusses trends in finance and economics with those who shape them, from central bankers and corporate executives to authors and film directors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
My name is Dom Burch, I'm VP of marketing at SYKE - the world's foremost legal tech consultancy. I'm not a lawyer and I'm not a techy. Which makes me perfectly qualified to make legal tech simple. Join me as I interview expert legal engineers and software developers, and law firms and large corporations who are implementing legal tech. My aim is to provide you with a diverse set of views and opinions by speaking with thought-leaders and innovators across the legal tech spectrum. If you'd lik ...
 
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In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, we speak to Richmond Law Prof. Josh Kubicki who shares how the Richmond Legal Business Design Hub got its start, the challenges its creators faced, and the valuable lessons learned from the inaugural “Legal Design Challenge” this past spring semester. Also jo…
 
THE CROSS-EXAMINATION – Back from our summer hiatus, in this episode Becky Annison examines the growing issue of non-consensual image sharing. Or, as it’s more commonly known, revenge porn. Becky talks to Elena Michael, a campaigner and co-founder of #NotYourPorn, and Honza Cervenka, a lawyer at the women’s rights firm McAllister Olivarius. They di…
 
In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, host Hanish Patel is joined by Arif Janmohamed, partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners; and Heather Gates, national Emerging Growth Company business leader at Deloitte, to discuss venture capital trends and the opportunities and challenges startups may face in the year ahead. They'll also explore the cu…
 
At this fall’s United Nations climate summit, world leaders will seek to take concrete steps to fight global warming. Green hydrogen could help, but it’s still too expensive. Snam CEO Marco Alvera tells Lisa Jucca why the hydrogen energy revolution is likely to surprise us all. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
2020 was one of the most seismic years in world history. The Columbia University professor’s new book, “Shutdown”, recaps the events and offers some conclusions about where Covid-19 has left the planet. Tooze tells Peter Thal Larsen why it might be a dry run for future crises. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In latest podcast on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, we dive into the new Thomson Reuters Institute report, The Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on State & Local Courts Study 2021. In our podcast, we speak to Mary McQueen, President of the National Center for State Courts; and Mark Martin, Dean and Professor at Regent Univers…
 
In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, host Hanish Patel is joined by Harry Moseley, chief information officer of Zoom Video Communications, and Jana Arbanas, US Telecom, Media & Entertainment leader at Deloitte, to discuss how technologies have altered our daily lives and accelerated demand for a fast-evolving suite of connected digital dev…
 
Jean-Marc Gilson, the first foreigner to run industrial giant Mitsubishi Chemical, is streamlining a conglomerate with fingers in everything from pharma to batteries. He talks with Pete Sweeney about clean energy, better governance and how outsiders fit into Japan Inc. (Amends to remove incorrect description of the ratio of outside directors.) See …
 
Breastfeeding is legal. Breastfeeding in public is legal. But did you know that taking intimate photos of a woman breastfeeding in public without her consent is also legal? In this episode Yasmin talks to new mother, designer and now women's and mother's rights campaigner, Julia Cooper. She's another woman warrior using political process to change …
 
Clive Dix was part of a crack team of business execs and scientists that secured Covid-19 jabs for Great Britain. They applied a venture capital approach that can be used to tackle other public sector challenges. The former chairman discusses lessons learned and looming threats. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In his attempt to revive the economy, Pedro Sánchez wants investors to give Spain more love. Local and global politics make that a challenging proposition. John Foley met with the prime minister as he set out for Wall Street, Silicon Valley and Hollywood but not Washington, D.C. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Now, in our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, speaks with a co-author of the 2021 Cost of Compliance report, Susannah Hammond, Senior Regulatory Expert at…
 
After a dizzying expansion from China to the United States, the pandemic forced a tough reset at Oyo Hotels and Homes. The plucky Indian startup’s 27-year-old founder and CEO Ritesh Agarwal tells Una Galani about the lessons learnt, rightsizing challenges, and of his IPO plans. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The achievements of this episode’s guest have been celebrated by the Council on Foreign Relations, Harvard Business Review, The Economist, The New York Times, Forbes and Wired. Joe is talking to the founder of P-TECH, and author of Breaking Barriers, Stan Litow. They begin by discussing Stan’s early career – working for the mayor of New York City –…
 
After four frosty years, Washington and Brussels are back to cooperation on foreign and economic policy, with some big trade wins already on the scoreboard, Ambassador Stavros Lambrinidis tells Rob Cox in an interview hosted by the European-American Chamber of Commerce New York. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In a new podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Natalie Runyon, director of enterprise content on talent and inclusion topics for the Thomson Reuters Institute, speaks with Brenda Carr, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at the law firm Arnold & Porter, and Jennifer Chen, Director of the ACCF about what insigh…
 
THE CROSS-EXAMINATION – In this episode Becky talks to Katie Fudakowski, a safeguarding specialist at Farrer & Co, and Sophie Beesley, a personal injury barrister from Old Square Chambers, to discuss the law around duty of care to sports people who suffer head injuries as a result of their profession. Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson is one of…
 
The historian joins Pete Sweeney to discuss his latest book on disasters, natural and man-made, and why so many governments got Covid-19 so wrong. They debate which political model looked best after the pandemic and whether historians can make a difference at times like these. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, spoke with Gemma Stainforth, a senior client manager at Thomson Reuters Acritas.…
 
The former Fed vice chair and ex-TIAA CEO joins Swaha Pattanaik to discuss how the central bank is navigating economic recovery and price pressures. He also talks about whether corporate America is living up to its diversity pledges and suggests strategies to speed progress. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This episode's guest doesn't give up: he didn't give up being himself, he didn't give up his desire for children and he doesn't give up fighting for others, even when that means taking the government to court. Yasmin is speaking to journalist, trans activist and father, Freddy McConnell. Freddy is a dad who gave birth. This story is excellently tol…
 
In our latest podcast, Natalie Runyon speaks with Loreal Jiles from the Institute of Management Accountants, and Brad Monterio from the California Society of CPAs, about their collaboration on groundbreaking research in the area of diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) within the accounting profession.…
 
The media mogul has backed businesses ranging from travel to gambling to dating and more. Plus, he’s behind Little Island, a new park in New York. Diller shares his thoughts on the reopening of the world, IAC’s unique model and why Netflix has already won the streaming war. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In our latest podcast, Dom talks to Christophe Frèrebeau, the co-founder and CEO of Della, a European tech company based in Paris and London whose mission is to democratise the use of AI. Della's typical customers are legal departments who want more consistency in the way they manage their contracts, particularly as teams increasingly work remotely…
 
With vaccination programs catching up with America and Britain, Europe is poised to rebound, the former Latvian premier, who is also responsible for an "Economy that Works for People," tells Rob Cox in an interview hosted by the European-American Chamber of Commerce New York. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Question: What do the Iranian national football team, NFTs, Hotel Rwanda and Andy Murray have in common? Answer: Stevie Ghiassi, Co-founder of Legaler and Legaler Aid. And Joe’s guest this week! In this episode, Stevie chats to Joe about his unlikely journey from running a chain of souvenir shops to becoming a legal tech entrepreneur. He also talks…
 
Frans Timmermans has a key leadership role in the European Union’s quest to reduce its 2030 emissions by 55% compared to 1990 levels. Ahead of a major set of green policy updates next month, he talks to George Hay about both these and November’s COP26 conference. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, spoke with Kristin Hodgins, Director of Legal Operations at the Office of the Assistant Deputy Attorney General f…
 
Johannesburg Stock Exchange CEO Leila Fourie tells Swaha Pattanaik how South Africa’s economy has coped with Covid-19. In an interview recorded for the International Economic Forum of the Americas, she also flags sectors that will rebound fastest and discusses ESG investing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Where are Chinese travellers headed these days? How is the pandemic changing outbound tourism and business travel? Will China’s recent anti-monopoly regulations affect Trip’s approach to partnerships and deals? Sun shares her views in an exclusive discussion with Breakingviews. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
THE CROSS-EXAMINATION – We, along with the rest of the legal industry, have talked at length about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on our profession. But this time we concern ourselves not with the efficiencies of machine learning and automation, but instead with potential injustice and the need for vigilance in the face of seismic devel…
 
It’s not often we hear from the boss of a finance business based in Milwaukee. Even more unusual is to find one that is owned by its customers. Rob Cox chats with Northwestern Mutual CEO John Schlifske about investing, interest rates, ESG and the benefits of mutual ownership. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Plenty of capital is focused on creating the next Tesla. Less is directed towards medium-sized players doing vital but less flashy stuff like insulating buildings. Tikehau Capital co-founder Mathieu Chabran tells George Hay how some asset managers are stepping into the breach. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney, and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, delves into this topic with Daniel Kaufman, acting director for the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection; and Ama…
 
Yasmin's guest this week hardly needs introduction – we're speaking to feminist icon Laura Bates. Laura is founder of The Everyday Sexism Project, a catalogue of day-to-day instances of sexism and gender inequality. Laura talks us through the events that led to her setting up the project – events that were so everyday, so commonplace, that she almo…
 
That’s the title of a new book looking at how some of global finance’s top investors, such as Howard Marks, Matthew McLennan, Charlie Munger and Mohnish Pabrai, crushed it. The author, William Green, tells Rob Cox what he learned from writing about these “practical philosophers.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
That’s one of Jacques Attali’s many prescriptions to enhance the economy of life. The former EBRD boss and French presidential adviser also discusses Big Tech breakups, Europe’s lagging vaccination efforts, Macron’s political prospects and his plan to close the elite ENA. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Thomson Reuters' Joe Raczynski's guest on the latest podcast from The Hearing, is Andrew Fletcher, Director at TR Labs. Fletcher discusses how to make sure an AI can be trusted and the kinds of innovations that are just around the corner. Spoiler alert: As of now, there's still no sign of robot lawyers.…
 
To those listening in the future, the level of excitement about our brief Easter hiatus to see friends and family might seem strange. But, future listener, these are strange times indeed. We don't even have hoverboards yet. Our future podcast friends might also find it strange that we're still discussing whether lawyers actually need artificial int…
 
What role does the central bank play in combatting climate change? How will it confront the emergence of digital currencies? What if the U.S. economy charges ahead while Europe languishes? Lagarde takes on these questions and more in an exclusive discussion with Breakingviews. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Sales fell some 22% to $50 bln last year, the biggest recession in the art market since the financial crisis. Clare McAndrew, founder of Arts Economics, discusses the impact of Covid-19, taxes and geopolitics, the rise in online sales and how NFTs are attracting nerds to art. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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