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Please Be Advised
53 minutes | 2 years ago
Networking and the healing properties of cheese
On this episode of Please Be Advised, the panel dives into the topics of networking, losing Ginsberg, the healing properties of cheese, living and working in big cities, and being able to handle the stress of New York City. The panel: Gregg, Perez, Priya Gandhi, Jessica Nosal, Katie VanBergen
41 minutes | 2 years ago
Women in Law
On this episode of Please Be Advised, we are excited for the opportunity to speak with 4 prominent attorneys in New York City: Marjorie Mesidor - Partner at Phillips & Associates Jana Gouchev - Founder and Managing Partner at Gouchev Law Arina Shulga - Founder at Ross & Shulga PLLC and Priya Gandhi - Directors & Officers Attorney (Also our panel moderator!) We ask them some tough questions about diversity, succeeding in law, and more and get some great insights and advice from these amazing superwomen in law. If you are woman in law or thinking about pursuing a career in law you do not want to miss this one!
29 minutes | 3 years ago
Sexual Harassment Regulations in New York State and New York City
Confused by or in the dark about complying with the new regulations regarding sexual harassment in New York State and New York City? Have no fear because on this episode of Please Be Advised, we break down the new rules and regulations regarding sexual harassment in New York State AND New York City and offer tips and advice for getting compliant. Our guest and expert this episode is Steven Seltzer, the principal of The Seltzer Law Group, a law firm with a concentration in labor and employment law and an expert on sexual harassment claims. Steven routinely litigates employment discrimination and wage, hour and overtime disputes in the federal and state courts as well as defends businesses in investigations and proceedings commenced by the Department of Labor. You can reach Steven Seltzer at: SSeltzer@slg-ny.com Also remember to click this link for our free guide to the regulations. https://www.advisablegroup.com/sexual-harassment-training This episode's panelists: Steven Seltzer Gregg Perez Cynthia Katz
31 minutes | 3 years ago
Big Hassle is No Hassle
On this episode of Please Be Advised, we speak with Ken Weinstein and Jim Merlis, co-owners and founders of one of the music industry's leading publicity machines - Big Hassle Media - about business, life, and their adventure through entrepreneurship. As the publiscist for groups, artists and events like Jack White (whose album BOARDING HOUSE REACH reached No.1 on Billboard recently), Robert Plant, Phish, Bonnaroo, and so many more, Ken and Jim have some great insights to share on business, success, and music. Check out Big Hassle here: http://bighassle.com/ Panelists: Gregg Perez, Rebecca Anapol, Jim Merlis, Ken Weinstein https://www.powtoon.com/c/g3dzRGRgI57/1/m
27 minutes | 3 years ago
Rebranding and Pivoting
On this episode of Please Be Advised, we talk about rebranding and pivoting. Listen in for some great tips, advice, and insight for you and your business! This episode's panelists: Gregg Perez Rebecca Anapol Jessica Nosal Katie VanBergen Also check out our FREE guide to rebranding and pivoting! GET THE FREE GUIDE at https://advisable.wixsite.com/advisable-rebranding
37 minutes | 3 years ago
Make Leadership Great Again
On this episode of Please Be Advised, we talk leadership, including the qualities of good and bad leaders for your business. This episode's panelists: Gregg Perez Rebecca Anapol Jessica Nosal Katie VanBergen
42 minutes | 3 years ago
Office Etiquette and the case of the missing cookie
On this episode of Please Be Advised, we discuss office etiquette including pets in the office, cleaning your hands after using the restroom, and eating food that doesn't belong to you. This episode's panelists: Gregg Perez Rebecca Anapol Jessica Nosal
35 minutes | 3 years ago
Is Thanos the hero that business needs?
With the digital release of Avengers: Infinity War, we discuss whether or not Thanos is the hero that business needs. This episode's panelists: Gregg Perez Rebecca Anapol
28 minutes | 3 years ago
Will Sacha Baron Cohen be forced to pony up?
With former Senate hopeful Roy Moore suing Sacha Baron Cohen for $95 Million over his appearance on Showtime's Cohen led prank show Who Is America? we discuss the ins and outs of contracts and whether or not Mr. Moore has any chance in making Cohen pony up. Moore appeared in the prank show’s third episode, which aired in July 2018. In the episode, Cohen—in character as Israeli anti-terrorism expert Col. Erran Morad—pulled out a “pedophile detector” on the disgraced former Senate hopeful. Moore has been accused of pursuing relationships with underage girls and of molestation, leading to his Senate dreams being dashed in 2017 by the accusations of sexual misconduct including assault of minors. Moore has repeatedly denied all allegations against him—but that didn’t stop Cohen from bringing the allegations front and center during the prank, in which his meter started beeping the minute he turned it on Moore. The complaint cites defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and fraud—and Moore is seeking $95 million in punitive damages for the horsing around he was forced to suffer.
24 minutes | 3 years ago
Do your tattoos belong to you?
Have you ever thought that your tattoo may not actually belong to you? With NBA superstar Lebron James testifying in a lawsuit for copyright infringement, filed in Federal Court in the Southern District of New York, in February 2016 (Solid Oak Sketches, LLC v. Visual Concepts, LLC et al, Case No. 1:16-cv-00724) we discuss the differences between trademarks and copyrights and whether or not you truly own the rights to your likeness and "your" tattoos.
25 minutes | 3 years ago
"Wacky Omarosa" and Nondisclosures
With the release of Omarosa Manigault's shocking book "Unhinged" the White House recently made claims that she and members of the West Wing signed nondisclosure agreements. We dive headfirst into what nondisclosure agreements are, the legalities of these agreements, and how they relate to business.
41 minutes | 3 years ago
The #metoo era and the Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act
On this episode of Please Be Advised, Gregg, Cynthia, and Rebecca discuss the Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act and what that means for you and your business in the #metoo era. On May 9, 2018, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law the Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act, which is a package of bills aimed at addressing and preventing sexual harassment in the workplace. The signing of the Act triggered the countdown to the effective dates of various provisions…… we take a look at each provision and what they mean.
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