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www.coloursound.org www.facebook.com/coloursoundfestival www.twitter.com/coloursoundfest ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Tired of the same-old same-old in the North of England when it comes to nocturnal gatherings? Well we were, so we started Coloursound. It’s big and bold, is already teamed up with big-wigs like Cadenza and We Love and all kicks off in September. With a fine mixture of the big names you love and the ruder underground talents of tomo ...
 
Esta jornada rumo ao Porto Seguro, que irei contar em 15 episódios, 15 histórias, 15 canções; é o relato do que me faz cantar, do que sinto ao cantar, do que quero transmitir, em suma da minha essência. Por entre a recriação de temas já conhecidos e canções originais quero mostrar a minha alma e dar-me a conhecer, mostrar o que trago nos sentidos, quem trago nos sentidos.
 
Greek Life Today is on a mission to elevate the fraternity and sorority community by sharing inspiring stories from chapters across North America. Join host Jon Moore as he learns what high-performing fraternities and sororities are doing in the areas of philanthropy & community service, social life, alumni relations, recruitment, risk management and more, and learn how you can bring these best practices to your college or university. It’s time for a new generation of Greek Life leaders to s ...
 
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Changing the Law School ExperienceIs the law school process outdated? Join in while three law school generations talk about their experience, the good and bad, and how they would improve law school to better prepare future lawyers. It is no surprise that most parents wish for their children to go to law school. Lawyers are well respected, highly ed…
 
In light of the upcoming presidential election, we dive into the legal questions surrounding the peaceful transition of power from one administration to another. How can a presidential candidate dispute and challenge election results? Tune in as we explore various scenarios and the important role the legal system plays.…
 
In light of recent news that former New York Jets NFL wide receiver Joshua Bellamy was indicted on a $24 million scheme to defraud the popular coronavirus relief plan known as the Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP), we discuss this case in detail — as well as what generally constitutes PPP fraud, how certain individuals have exploited weaknesses in the…
 
This week, we're joined by special guest Tommy John Kherkher (aka, "Attorney Tom"), a well-known Houston personal injury attorney, to talk about the Netflix documentary "The Social Dilemma." We discuss how social media impacts modern life, as well as what laws and regulations we can expect to impact the future of social media.…
 
On today's episode, we break down the "Combatting Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act," recently announced by Governor Ron DeSantis, which creates new criminal offenses and increases penalties for those who target law enforcement and participate in violent or disorderly assemblies. We'll give you our perspective on thi…
 
This week, we discuss the controversy, anger and backlash surrounding the Netflix release of “Cuties” due to its perceived sexualized portrayal of children. Tune in as we present both sides of the debate—from defenders of the film to #CancelNetflix supporters—and apply criminal law standards to see if any crimes were actually committed in making th…
 
What is the Department of Homeland Security? When was it formed, and what is the purpose of DHS? As DHS makes headlines for considering whether or not to step in where states and the federal government are at odds, we discuss how far the department’s power extends and what the consequences of Homeland Security getting involved may be.…
 
This week, we talk about a new law in California, as well as laws potentially arising in New York and Illinois, that aim to force Uber, Lyft and other rideshare companies to classify their workers as employees rather than independent contractors. This legal classification may have a significant impact on these workers. Tune in as we discuss the pro…
 
In Key West, FL, an 8-year-old boy was arrested, handcuffed and charged with a felony for punching a teacher. In today’s episode, we discuss this news story and answer related legal questions such as: How old do you have to be to be criminally charged in the U.S.? What can you do if you have a criminal record as a minor? Tune in for answers to thes…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss everything you need to know about service contracts. From the business side: When do you need to have a contract for services provided, and what needs to be in that contract? From the consumer side: What should you look for in a contract, and who should provide the contract — the consumer or the service provider? …
 
In light of Kamala Harris being announced as Joe Biden’s running mate, we wanted to take a look at the role of the Vice President. Listen and learn about what the VP does, how they are chosen (both historically and now), and what happens if the President dies and the VP takes over. There have been 14 previous Vice Presidents who eventually became P…
 
On today's episode of Peter's Proffer, we'll be discussing the reopening of schools and what changes to expect. We chat with Jayanne Roggenbaum — head of Westlake Christian School in Pinellas County and trained child psychologist — to get her thoughts on what the schools are trying to do to accomplish their goals, what rules they'll have to follow …
 
This week on Peter’s Proffer, we list and describe the top 5 actions employers should avoid in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn about the right (and wrong) way to handle the coronavirus and all of the medical issues that come into the workplace. Tune in as we discuss how laws like HIPAA and the EEOC impact employer decisions.…
 
This week on Peter’s Proffer, we dive into another legal documentary — this time about the Netflix Original documentary “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich” — to talk about what’s real and what’s not when it comes to the legal process. We invite a special guest on the show to ask us questions.By Peter Tragos
 
Tune into today's episode as we discuss the murder charges against the police officers that were arrested in conjunction with the death of George Floyd. We talk about what the charges are, the facts of the complaint, and what level of proof must be met to convict these police officers.By Peter Tragos
 
What do paralegals do? Tune in as we answer this listener question by describing the important role of a paralegal, as well as what they can and can't do in certain situations. We also discuss other non-attorney staff members in a law office and how they might be involved in your case — including intake specialists, administrative assistants, bookk…
 
This week on Peter’s Proffer, we answer one of the most common listener questions — that is, how attorneys get paid for their services. We discuss how legal fees are determined and whether it varies depending on the case or lawyer. Tune in to learn about the differences between contingent fees, hourly fees, flat-rate fees and retainers, and what yo…
 
As more states start easing coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, we explore Florida’s plan to reopen — including what the plan is, how things will start opening, what’s changed, and what it means for residents and businesses in the Sunshine State. We also give our opinions on whether or not we think reopening Florida is a good idea.…
 
Are you struggling to pay the bills? You're not alone. Lately, we've received many listener questions asking how to get a financial break during the coronavirus quarantine. In this week's episode, we discuss the various programs, pathways and options for individuals and small business owners who need monetary assistance during this difficult time. …
 
On Monday, April 13th, a curfew went into effect for Hillsborough County, FL residents in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In this episode, we explain what the curfew is, what it means, and the punishment for breaking curfew. We also discuss whether or not we think such a curfew will spread statewide.…
 
Clearwater attorneys Peter and George Tragos are back for another episode with special guest Paul Bedinghaus, a local CPA with over 25 years of experience. In this interview, we discuss what small business owners, employers and employees need to know about the new loan opportunity known as the "Paycheck Protection Program" that was passed to provid…
 
In this week's episode of Peter's Proffer (home edition), we discuss what Gov. Ron DeSantis' statewide stay at home order means for you, your family and your job. We also answer some of the top questions you might have, such as what's the difference between "Safer At Home" and "Stay At Home" orders.By Peter Tragos
 
In honor of National Takeout Day, this week, we interviewed several local restaurant owners to discuss how coronavirus is impacting their business, their employees and their personal lives. Learn about what this difficult time is like for them and find out what you can do to help support these small businesses.…
 
New laws and actions keep arising due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In this episode, we discuss the Families First Coronavirus Response Act aimed at helping businesses that have been impacted by the outbreak. Tune in to learn what this Act is, what it does, and who’s going to pay for it.…
 
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