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We aim to inspire, educate and entertain, providing the ultimate way of learning more about the exciting world of legal. Whether you’re a lawyer, aspiring lawyer, involved in the legal industry or simply want to know more about the world of law this is the podcast for you. We will provide you with unique and accessible insights from a variety of incredible guests.Hosted by Rob Hanna, an expert in legal careers and content creation, he is the proud CEO & Founder of a variety of business ventu ...
 
A big warm welcome to the multi award-winning podcast, Get Legally Speaking, the UK's No.1 consumer legal podcast bringing you jargon free legal knowledge to empower you every-day! Do not miss out on listening to over 130 episodes, giving you hot tips and tons of free information on a variety of topics, in plain and simple English. Our topics will help you understand and navigate everyday life, covering everything from divorce, children disputes, employee and employer rights, if you are a te ...
 
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Jonathan Miller - National Leading Hemp Attorney & Advocate

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With hemp being legalized only recently, legal and regulatory regimes concerning the crop and its products such as CBD are continually evolving. Jonathan Miller, who helped craft much of federal and state hemp laws in his role as General Counsel of the US Hemp Roundtable, hosts a biweekly podcast in which he engages in 15-20 minute discussions of cutting-edge legal issues facing the industry. Jonathan speaks on each program with subject matter experts from Frost Brown Todd’s nationally leadi ...
 
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Jonathan Miller interviews Patrick Atagi, President and CEO of the National Industrial Hemp Council, about the promotion and marketing of U.S. hemp internationally. If you have questions about the episode or ideas for Hemp related topics, email us at hemplegallyspeaking@fbtlaw.com. Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: 1. What is the Nati…
 
Although there is no one-size-fits-all route to entrepreneurial success, embracing your purpose and mission will give you the drive and bravery to really make the necessary leap. This week, we're super excited to be chatting with Charles Lew, a renowned Los Angeles attorney. Charles Lew is a multifaceted humanitarian and business leader. He is a bo…
 
Family issues and problems are not uncommon; be it with a spouse, ex-partner, even a sibling or extended member of your family. So how can you stop someone from contacting you, harassing you, or even worse, from carrying out any abusive behaviour towards you and/or your loved ones? What is an injunction and how can it help you? Do not miss out on l…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: A University of Victoria instructor pleaded guilty to criminal contempt for blocking a road by chaining himself to a log. Other people who had been convicted in similar circumstances have been sentenced to a period of probation with 100 hours of community work service. Following the man's arrest,…
 
Change and innovation in the legal industry are helping to improve the quality and accessibility of legal services, creating new opportunities for legal professionals and making it easier for individuals and businesses to navigate the legal system. This week, we're chatting with Awin Tavakoli, founder and CEO of Tavakoli Advisory, an advisory firm …
 
Jonathan Miller interviews Jody McGinness, Executive Director of the Hemp Industries Association (HIA), about the HIA's past, present and future agenda. If you have questions about the episode or ideas for Hemp related topics, email us at hemplegallyspeaking@fbtlaw.com. Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: 1. What is the history of the H…
 
The legal field is a complex and constantly evolving arena and as such, it is prone to a variety of issues. Addressing these problems will require a concerted effort from legal professionals, policymakers and society as a whole to ensure that the system is fair, just and accessible. Just as how Suzi Hixon founded the impressive Legally Blissed, whi…
 
With 2.3 billion children in the world, making up a third of the total human population, for any society to be strong, its children that need to flourish. A 2021 YouGov poll found that a staggering 83% of children felt that they knew little or nothing about their own rights. Do not miss out on listening to this episode in which Hatti and seasoned B…
 
Can you really qualify as a lawyer without having to go down the traditional route? ⁠ Alternative pathways to qualifying as a lawyer are gaining popularity as more people look for ways to enter the legal profession without the traditional route of law school...⁠ ⁠ There are lots of alternative roles such as becoming a paralegal or legal secretary w…
 
Imagine founding a firm that's branded a 'global litigation powerhouse' by none other than The Wall Street Journal, as well as being the 2nd most profitable law firm in the world... This week, we're kicking off 2023 with a real BANG, having had the opportunity to chat with ''legendary first-chair litigator'' John B. Quinn! John is extremely well-kn…
 
Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: How will the House Oversight and Reform Committee approach the issue of FDA's inaction on regulating hemp and CBD? What will be different about your committee's approach than Congressional efforts over the past several years to demand FDA's action? Are challenges with the administrative state mostly p…
 
Jonathan Miller interviews Illissa Nolan, Executive Director of the Texas Hemp Coalition, to discuss evolving policies on hemp and CBD in the Lone Star State. If you have questions about the episode or ideas for Hemp related topics, email us at hemplegallyspeaking@fbtlaw.com. Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: How has Texas public poli…
 
Everything is online nowadays. You can't avoid it. Technology is paving the way for the future of all businesses and the law sector is no different. That being said, would you use a 'Lawyer Directory' to find the best lawyer for you? This week, we're chatting to Lawyer.com's Director of Coaching and Live Events, Adam Reiman. Lawyer.com is the numbe…
 
Improving the courts, one clerkship at a time... Do you feel empowered in your role within the law industry to speak up and report when something is wrong? Particularly if you are working as a law clerk, do you feel it easy to be able to complain and report a Judge and their wrongdoings? This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Ha…
 
Jonathan Miller interviews Morris Beagle, CEO of We Are for Better Alternatives and the NOCO Hemp Expo, an OG of the hemp movement, about his forecast for the future of the industry. If you have questions about the episode or ideas for Hemp related topics, email us at hemplegallyspeaking@fbtlaw.com. Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: W…
 
Have you separated with your partner, and need to know where you stand with getting child support? What are your rights to claim child support from the non-resident parent if you were not married? Where do you stand as the paying parent, do you have to pay child support? Do not miss out on finding out the answers to these questions, and to get top …
 
It is quite an achievement to say that you've founded an international charity that has worked with local communities in northern Uganda to enhance the lives of over 1000 war-affected individuals and formerly abducted children. It's even more impressive to be able to say that you've been a part of raising over £400,000 to support this too! Well, th…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: In response to political pressure resulting from public disorder and random assaults of strangers, BC Premier Eby announced several policy changes, including some amendments to the Crown Counsel Policy Manual concerning bail. Much of the social disorder and irrational, random assaults of stranger…
 
This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, we're introducing a very special guest... Our host, Robert Hanna has been chatting with our sponsor's CEO, the one and only Jack Newton! As the CEO and Founder of Clio and a pioneer in cloud-based legal technology, Jack has ''spearheaded efforts to educate the legal community on the security, ethics, and p…
 
Jonathan Miller interviews Andrea Steel, Member of Frost Brown Todd's Houston office and a leader of its cannabis industry team, about new legal and regulatory developments concerning intoxicating cannabinoids, such as delta-8 THC. If you have questions about the episode or ideas for Hemp related topics, email us at hemplegallyspeaking@fbtlaw.com. …
 
If you have a potential claim against any person or company, then one of the most important points to remember is that there will be a time limitation as to how much time can pass in which you can bring a claim, and once that time passes, a claim can no longer be made. Different areas of law and claims that can be made, have different time limitati…
 
From being shortlisted for the Rising Star Innovation Award in 2020, to winning Best Fundraising Lawyer in 2021, to now offering meetings in his office in the Metaverse... what can we expect next from the Co-Founder of an up-and-coming boutique law firm embracing the future of tech within the industry? This week we're super excited to be chatting t…
 
You could say that leaving a secure and well-paid job to start your own law firm in the middle of a global pandemic is a little brave, huh? That's exactly what this week's guests Alistair and Shona Wells did and in this episode, they're sharing with us the highs, the lows, their experience as a whole and their learned lessons! Alistair and Shona ar…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: British Columbia has had inadequate legal aid funding for family and poverty law cases for many years. In 1992 the NDP government imposed a special tax on legal services to fund legal aid. Anyone who hires a lawyer pays this special 7% tax that applies to no other professional services. In 2002 t…
 
Host: Jonathan Miller Guest: Eric Wang, CEO, Ecofibre, Georgetown, KY Blog: Hemp Legally Speaking Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: What applications for hemp fiber is EcoFibre working on from its Kentucky and North Carolina facilities? Why is hemp considered a particularly sustainable crop? How does hemp compare to other fiber crops …
 
What is a personal guarantee, and should you sign one to help a family member or a friend? Would your personal assets be at risk if you become a guarantor? Could you limit the value of your assets that would be at risk if the debt was not repaid by the borrower that you helped out, and if the guarantee got called in? How can you challenge a persona…
 
Finding a way to demystify the most challenging elements of growing a sustainable law practice? Here's what they didn't teach you in law school... 😉 This week, we had the absolute pleasure of chatting to premier coach, skills trainer and business development for attorneys keynote speaker, Steve Fretzin! Steve has devoted the last 18 years of his ca…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: All too often, people with serious mental illnesses end up in the criminal justice system when they are not afforded adequate and sustained medical treatment. In a case discussed on the show, a man who had suffered from multiple mental health issues since he was eight years old was charged with a…
 
If you're not on social media these days, you're living in the dark ages, aren't you? Some say that the legal industry is a sector that still very much lives in the past and has a long way to go. Certainly from conversations we've had with previous guests, many people in the legal sector still shy away from using social media either from a professi…
 
Hemp Industry Episode Resources: Host: Jonathan Miller Guest: Bill Bookout, Founder and Chairman of the National Animal Supplement Council Blog: Hemp Legally Speaking Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: What is the National Animal Supplement Council and how has it become involved in the hemp and CBD space? Why are regulatory standards f…
 
Have you ever wondered what acts are defined as terrorism? And what makes terrorism different to that of criminal hate crimes, and other criminal behaviour? Do not miss out on listening to this interesting, insightful and informative podcast on this topic, in which our host Hatti Suvari and seasoned senior Barrister, Simon Spence KC discuss these q…
 
Democratising access to the law by making state trial court records and legal data more accessible is a necessary step in bringing greater transparency to the US judicial system... but why? This week, we're chatting to Nicole Clark. Nicole is the CEO and Co-Founder of Trellis, a comprehensive AI-powered state court research and analytics platform t…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: In the context of a judicial review of a decision to compel a patient to continue to receive antipsychotic medication against her will for many years, the difference between bail in a criminal case and involuntary treatment pursuant to the Mental Health Act is discussed. In most circumstances, wh…
 
Misconceptions, fear and lack of knowledge are common words we associate with the future of technology and even more so about artificial intelligence but should we be optimistic about the direction of AI and the purpose it can serve in law enforcement? This week we're chatting to Warren Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for …
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: A dispute over the adoption of a dog named Maddie ended up in court after the woman who “rescued” and sold her tried to get her puppies back to sell. The dispute involved a woman in Port Alberni who has a business selling dogs that the judge concluded was misrepresented to be a registered non-pro…
 
What can you do if a Court Order has been made against you, without your knowledge? What does a 'judgement in default' mean? How can you appeal a judgement in default that has been made against you, and in what circumstances is a Court likely to consider your application? With over 188,000 Court Orders/judgements entered by default in December 2020…
 
It is still a common misconception that you must have attended University and completed your LPC to be able to guarantee a job in law. There is no doubt that this may be the easiest route into the legal sector but it's not the ONLY way and this week's guest is telling us how she managed to become a Legal Executive via a different route... Gemma Ada…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: In response to criticism from mayors and others, a report entitled A Rapid Investigation into Repeat Offending and Random Stranger Violence in British Columbia was prepared. The authors of the report, a retired deputy police chief, and an academic, found that in 2021, while there had been a 7.55%…
 
The legal sector is wide in its variety; from private client to blockchain and to property, family and criminal - they're all equally exciting in their own right but how often are we able to dive deep into the day-to-day life of a solicitor acting in arguably one of the 'juiciest' areas of law? The term "white-collar crime" refers to a financially …
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: In 2008 the age at which someone can consent to sexual activity was raised from 14 to 16. Some exceptions permit people younger than 16 to consent to sexual activity with someone close in age. A 12- or 13-year-old can consent to sexual activity with someone who is less than two years older. A 14-…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Non-pecuniary damages are compensation for personal injury losses that have not required the outlay of money. The purpose is to compensate injured people for pain, suffering, disability, inconvenience, and loss of enjoyment of life. They are also referred to as compensation for pain and suffering…
 
Credit Reports, Medical Debt, Car Loans & Repossessions, and Identity Theft are all major issues in the USA, and globally. Many suffer financially as a result of errors on their credit file made by some of the largest corporate credit file reporters; identity theft is at its highest, and 50% of Americans are in serious medical debt. Do not miss out…
 
How DO you become well-known in the legal space for providing expert insights into how Associates can internationalise their legal careers? 👂🏻 You may well remember this weeks' guest from Season 3, of which his particular episode focused on sharing insight with trainees and other legal professionals about how you can make your career go global... A…
 
It's no secret that over the last 2 years, video content and social media platforms such as TikTok are taking the marketing world as we know it by storm... This week's guest says it's vital that the law industry embraces this new digital age to continue to inspire, grow and ultimately, generate new business! Matt Margolis is the Head of Community a…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Five different legal challenges to COVID-19 restrictions are all dismissed on the same day. Several of the people who launched legal challenges failed to avail themselves of internal legislative review mechanisms before commencing challenges in court. Before commencing a judicial review, it’s a r…
 
Hemp Industry Episode Resources: Host: Jonathan Miller Guest: Axel Bernabe, New York's Office of Cannabis Management Blog: Hemp Legally Speaking Hemp Industry questions covered in the episode: How did New York State approach regulating hemp cannabinoids vis a vis adult-use cannabis and industrial use hemp? What was New York's philosophy in developi…
 
Is your child's other parent absent from their life, and not involved as a parent in your child's life? Are you the absent parent from your child's life, with no access to your child? Do you know your legal rights either as the parent who wants to prevent the absent parent from being a part of your child's life, or if you are the absent parent your…
 
From graduating Tilburg Law School in 2016 to continuing legal education in Madrid, Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona, passing the Spanish Bar Exam and working for international law firms as well as with FC Barcelona and UEFA, this week we're chatting to the sensational multilingual Lawyer Jessie Engelhart! Jessie proudly founded Sensato Sports Law, a b…
 
Welcome back to the Legally Speaking Podcast. Promising to be bigger and better than ever before, we're jumping straight in with an epic first episode! We've never been so excited to introduce a guest to you... and what a cracking way to jump into Season 6 than with none other than the one and only Dr. Sally Penni MBE ✨ If you're in the law industr…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Promissory estoppel is an equitable doctrine that can protect a claimant’s reasonable reliance on another person’s word. It is intended to avoid unfairness by enforcing promises. In a case discussed on the show, a judge needed to determine if either promissory estoppel or another equitable doctri…
 
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