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Taylor English Duma's Jonathan Wilson and Greg Sanderson Discuss U.S. Treasury Department's Section 1603 Grants - LexisNexis® Podcast

On this edition, Greg Sanderson and Jonathan Wilson discuss the U.S. Treasury Department's cash grant incentive created by The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 for new renewable energy projects. They explain how applicants must demonstrate that construction of the specified energy property...

Focus on Immigration Podcast: Steven Brotherton - New USCIS Form I-129 Requirements, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, Export License

On this edition, Steven Brotherton, Partner in the Export Controls Practice Group of Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, in San Francisco, discusses upcoming changes to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Form I-129 Petition for Nonimmigrant Workers involving whether an export...

More States Seek to Join Fight Against Health Care Reform - LexisNexis® Legal News Podcast

Six more states seek to join the Attorneys General challenge to the Health Care Act, and, the U.S. Supreme Court says it will not hear an appeal in a defective window case. Hear these and other stories from LexisNexis® Mealey's Publications. Copyright© 2011 LexisNexis, a division of Reed...

Judge Declines to Dismiss Health Care Lawsuit-Plaintiffs Cannot Afford To Buy A Car and Health Insurance-Legal News Podcast

A Pennsylvania federal judge declines to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the Health Care Act, and, the 2nd Circuit affirms a ruling for a defendant in a copyright ownership dispute. Hear these and other stories from LexisNexis® Mealey's Publications. Copyright© 2011 LexisNexis, a division...

LexisNexis® Legal Business Community Podcast featuring John Watkins and Roy Hadley Jr. of Barnes & Thornburg LLP on Cloud Computing

On this edition, John L. Watkins and Roy E. Hadley Jr. of Barnes & Thornburg LLP discuss some of the top issues in cloud computing, the different types of cloud services and what companies need to consider when considering cloud computing. Copyright © 2011 LexisNexis, a division of Reed...

Federal Judge to Miss. Lt. Gov.: No Class Action Standing to Challenge Obamacare–Legal News Podcast

A Mississippi federal judge dismisses a Health Care Act lawsuit for lack of standing, and, the 2nd Circuit affirms that a couple lacked sufficient evidence to support claims that a company's discharge of molasses violated the Clean Water Act. Hear these and other stories from LexisNexis® Mealey's...

Legal News Podcast - Federal Judge Dismisses Religious Challenge to Health Care Reform Individual Mandate Requirement

The U.S. Supreme Court reverses a California decision involving a minivan's seatbelts, Williamson v. Mazda Motor of Am., Inc., 2011 U.S. LEXIS 1711 (U.S. Feb. 23, 2011) , and a challenge to the Health Care Reform Act based on religious beliefs is dismissed, Mead v. Holder, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 18592...

LexisNexis® Legal Business Community Podcast: Paul McGrady on Starting an Online Business

On this edition, Paul McGrady of Greenberg Traurig in Chicago discusses the regulations and risks involved in starting an online business. He talks about copyright challenges facing online business owners under the DMCA, e-mail marketing and social media. Mr. McGrady recently published the treatise...

LexisNexis® Legal News Podcast - Chevron and California Reach Settlement on Underground Gasoline Storage Tanks

California announces a proposed $24.5 million settlement with Chevron owners involving underground gasoline storage tanks (third story in podcast at 3:40), and the Mississippi Supreme Court reverses a multi-million lead verdict against Sherwin-Williams. Hear these and other stories from LexisNexis®...

LexisNexis® Workers Compensation Law Community Podcast: Dr. Richard Victor on the Workers' Compensation System's Elephant in the Room

On this edition, Dr. Richard Victor, Executive Director of the Workers Compensation Research Institute, discusses the challenges of return to work opportunities for injured workers and the workers compensation questions presented by the unprecedented disruption of the labor market. Copyright© 2011...

Podcast: Bloomberg EDU - Bello, Olivas, Hauser on Immigration Laws, Youth, DREAM Act

"Kemi Bello, an American-educated, undocumented immigrant from Nigeria, Michael A. Olivas, a law professor at the University of Houston and "No Undocumented Child Left Behind" author, and Brooke Hauser, "The New Kids" author, discuss the DREAM Act, "coming out,"...

ABA Podcast: ‘Show Trials’ Author Advocates for Systemic Changes to Immigration Courts

"ABA Journal Web producer Lee Rawles speaks with Peter Afrasiabi about his recently released book Show Trials: How Property Gets More Legal Protection than People in Our Failed Immigration System . “A powerful critique of our failed immigration system. In beautiful prose and with moving...

Podcast: Immigration Fraud and DACA

Featuring Nora Privitera, Director of the ILRC Anti-Fraud Campaign - "We’re pleased to introduce our newest podcast, “Immigration Fraud and DACA.” This essential resource is intended to help DACA applicants protect themselves against immigration fraud. Featuring Nora Privitera...

How Illegal Voting Can Affect One’s Naturalization Application (Podcast)

"The 2012 Presidential Election is right around the corner and we’ve created this podcast featuring Special Projects Attorney, Su Yon Yi, and Executive Director, Eric Cohen, to address how illegal voting can affect an individual’s naturalization application. Some of the questions in...

Podcast - An Overview of the New Cooperative Patent Classification System

The Cooperative Patent Classification system, known as CPC, is being developed jointly by two of the largest patent offices in the world: the EPO and the USPTO, and it goes live on January 1, 2013. This strategic collaboration harnesses the best classification practices of the USPTO and EPO and sets...

USCIS Podcasts: Civil Surgeons, Form I-693

" USCIS collaborated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to create a series of podcasts for civil surgeons. We plan to post four segments covering: Immigration basics and Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record; Inadmissible communicable diseases;...

Podcast: Expert Steve Yale-Loehr on Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Immigration expert Stephen W. Yale-Loehr comments on today's news regarding CIR from the AILA Convention in San Francisco. - Bender's Immigration Bulletin (LexisNexis) June 27, 2013 .

Podcast: Steve Yale-Loehr on Immigration and Nationality Law: Problems and Strategies (New Book)

Immigration expert Stephen W. Yale-Loehr discusses Immigration and Nationality Law: Problems and Strategies, by Lenni B. Benson, Professor of Law, New York Law School; Lindsay A. Curcio, Principal, Law Office of Lindsay A. Curcio, Adjunct Professor, New York Law School; Veronica M. Jeffers, Associate...

Millions of Immigrants Could Apply for Citizenship, But Haven’t

More than 8 million immigrants in the U.S. are eligible to apply for citizenship, but many of them have never taken the first step toward becoming a U.S. citizen. Some cite the high cost of applying ($680 in government fees, plus the cost of a lawyer), others worry that they don’t speak English...

Podcast: Stephen Yale-Loehr on Immigration Executive Action

"Since President Obama’s speech on immigration and immigration policy in November, there have been wide-spread rumors and reports about what the [executive action] actually means. In this podcast, Dan Kowalski , editor of Bender’s Immigration Bulletin , and Stephen Yale-Loehr , co-author...