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Update on Arbitration: What Companies Should Be Doing Now in Light of Recent Supreme Court Cases

Update on Arbitration: What Companies Should Be Doing Now in Light of Recent Supreme Court Cases

September 20, 2022

In 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court issued several decisions construing the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA). Any company that does business with consumers or other businesses, and any business with employees — in other words, any business — should be aware of these decisions and the ever-changing arbitration landscape.

Classified: The Class Action Blog Podcast - Eleventh Circuit Stands on Principle in TCPA Settlement Case

Classified: The Class Action Blog Podcast - Eleventh Circuit Stands on Principle in TCPA Settlement Case

September 15, 2022

The Eleventh Circuit has played a significant role in shaping TCPA jurisprudence over the last several years, and particularly in the context of Article III standing. Recently, in Drazen v. Pinto, the court relied on Eleventh Circuit and Supreme Court precedent to vacate the approval of a $35 million class settlement based on lack of standing.

 No Password Required: Senior Manager of Cybersecurity Analysis at Capital One and a Builder of the Most Rad Relationships in Cyber

No Password Required: Senior Manager of Cybersecurity Analysis at Capital One and a Builder of the Most Rad Relationships in Cyber

September 12, 2022

Tashya Denose is a senior manager of cybersecurity analysis at Capital One and the director of brand and marketing at Black Girls in Cyber. In this episode, Tashya joins the No Password Required team to discuss her passion for making everyone feel welcome in the cybersecurity world, the state of the cybersecurity pipeline and what needs to be done, and a LOT of other rad stuff (including her feelings about the word “rad” making a comeback!).

 No Password Required: The Bob Ross of Infosec, Whose Secretive Job at KnowBe4 Solves Cybersecurity’s Most-Urgent Issues

No Password Required: The Bob Ross of Infosec, Whose Secretive Job at KnowBe4 Solves Cybersecurity’s Most-Urgent Issues

September 7, 2022

Kayley Melton is the Vice President of Security Awareness Company Courseware and Labs at KnowBe4. Although she can’t share too much about what the "labs" portion of her job entails, let's face it, the secrecy makes her even cooler.

No Password Required: The Sailing CTO of Sylint Group Who Routinely Defends Against Nation-State Attacks on Critical Infrastructure 

No Password Required: The Sailing CTO of Sylint Group Who Routinely Defends Against Nation-State Attacks on Critical Infrastructure 

August 17, 2022

Serge Jorgensen is a founding partner and CTO at Sylint Group, where he provides response and remediation guidance on international espionage incidents, cyber-security attacks, and counter cyber-warfare. An engineer by training, he has a bias for action over theory. In this episode, Serge joins the No Password Required team to talk about his time in the industry, his experience coaching sailing at the Paralympic Games, and his favorite childhood toy. Ernie, Jack, and Pablo discuss the cybercriminals that are posing as Twitter employees and journalists to breach academic and Middle East policy data. In the Technologue segment, Pablo teaches the team the history of the world’s largest hacking competition, DEF CON.

From Campus to Counsel: Making the Most of Your Summer Associate Experience

From Campus to Counsel: Making the Most of Your Summer Associate Experience

August 16, 2022

The summer associate program may be a temporary gig, but it’s no fling. This coveted role is the first step toward a successful legal career, and a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience and demonstrate your value to the firm. In this episode, learn how to make the most of your summer experience so you don’t get burned. We’ll uncover what it means to be “indispensable,” as well as the importance of mentoring, networking, and work product.

ABA Sound Advice: Conducting Civil Rights Audits: Benefits and Best Practices

ABA Sound Advice: Conducting Civil Rights Audits: Benefits and Best Practices

August 15, 2022

Two former AUSAs with Carlton Fields discuss the role of outside counsel in a civil rights audits, also known as a corporate culture review. Class Action Subcommittee Co-Chair Jack Clabby talks with his colleague, Simon Gaugush, a former Civil Rights Coordinator for the US Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida. What is a civil rights audit or corporate culture review, and why might a company conduct such an audit? Who should conduct these reviews and how are outside counsel being retained? What are the possible implications, and what should a company do after the audit? Jack and Simon discuss best practices for taking an introspective look at policies, practices, and services with transparency and accountability.

High Crimes and Misdemeanors: Unruly Passengers on Flights

High Crimes and Misdemeanors: Unruly Passengers on Flights

August 12, 2022

Incidents involving unruly passengers are skyrocketing. As a result, the FAA has adopted a zero-tolerance policy for passengers who engage in unruly behavior. In this episode, Carlton Fields aviation attorney Ed Page discusses the penalties for such behavior – both civil and criminal – and the types of cases rising in the unfriendly skies.

From Campus to Counsel: After the OCI: Managing Callback Interviews and Offers

From Campus to Counsel: After the OCI: Managing Callback Interviews and Offers

August 9, 2022

Congratulations, you’ve made it through the initial screening process and received a callback interview! Now what? In this podcast, Carlton Fields hiring partner Jack Clabby and associate mentor Ted Delcima discuss the second-round “callback” interview, including what to expect during the interview, post-interview etiquette, arranging for travel for out-of-town callbacks, and the art of acknowledging and accepting an offer.

From Campus to Counsel: An Insider’s Perspective: What Law Firms Look for in the On-Campus Interview

From Campus to Counsel: An Insider’s Perspective: What Law Firms Look for in the On-Campus Interview

August 2, 2022

For many law firms, OCIs are the primary way in which they hire entry-level associates. So what exactly are on-campus interviews, what questions should you ask during the initial interview, and how do you stand out to legal employers? In this episode, get an insider’s perspective on the interview process, the do’s and don’ts of interviewing, and tips for virtual and in-person interviews.

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