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Protecting Intellectual Property

Whose Company is it Anyway?

Release Date: 04/06/2021

Protecting Intellectual Property show art Protecting Intellectual Property

Whose Company is it Anyway?

Join host Sheldon Stone and guest Doug LaLone, a patent attorney with the law firm Fishman Stewart, as they explore how intellectual property can affect the value of your business as season three of the Whose Company Is It Anyway podcast, presented by Capstone Headwaters, kicks off.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Accommodation Agreements But Were Afraid to Ask show art Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Accommodation Agreements But Were Afraid to Ask

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With automotive distress on the rise, now is a perfect time to for an in-depth analysis of the most important agreement in a distressed-automotive situation: the accommodation agreement. Join podcast host Sheldon Stone and an expert panel as they examine how and why the accommodation agreement was invented, its history and evolution and, most importantly, current market terms for accommodation agreements.

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An Injured Industry: Can Sports Recover from COVID-19? show art An Injured Industry: Can Sports Recover from COVID-19?

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The global pandemic hit the sports and entertainment industry early and hard. In our latest episode of Whose Company Is It Anyway, host Sheldon Stone explores the mechanics and economics of recovery with industry expert Mike Wall, a member of the Transactional & Securities Practice and the Sports & Entertainment Industry Team at law firm Foley & Lardner LLP.

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Building a Case for Diversity in the Legal Profession show art Building a Case for Diversity in the Legal Profession

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An organization with a resilient, cohesive culture has a competitive advantage, especially in hard times. One of the best tools to help build this strength turns out to be embracing diversity and difference, according to Linda Watson, a member at Clark Hill Law Firm who is, among other roles, also the co-chair of the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Listen as she and Sheldon Stone, host of Whose Company Is It Anyway, explore why this matters now more than ever.

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Keeping Things Nimble, Humble, and Real: Keys to Staying Ahead of the Competition show art Keeping Things Nimble, Humble, and Real: Keys to Staying Ahead of the Competition

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We talk a lot about threats to business success on Whose Company is it Anyway, but today host Sheldon Stone had a chance to explore the habits and practices of a highly successful organization with Dan Laible, CFO and Executive Vice President of NYX, Inc., a Tier 1 automotive supplier (and highly successful organization).

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Can Current Trends in Asset Based Lending Predict the Future? show art Can Current Trends in Asset Based Lending Predict the Future?

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In the midst of a period of unprecedented economic expansion, everyone we know is keeping one eye on the long-term forecast but it is equally important to not overlook actual conditions on the ground. In this edition of Whose Company Is It Anyway podcast, presented by Amherst Partners, Sheldon Stone and Robert Shanahan, Executive Vice President of Wintrust Business Credit, look at the economy through the lens of asset-based lending to search for indications of what to expect in 2020.

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Upending the Status Quo: Law Firms Migrate to the Cloud              show art Upending the Status Quo: Law Firms Migrate to the Cloud

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Think your industry is too traditional to embrace innovation? Whose Company is it Anyway host Sheldon Stone explores the rise of cloud-based law firms with his special guest, Patricia Fugée, a partner at FisherBroyles law firm. The firm’s Next Generation Law Firm® model was engineered to maximize responsiveness, efficiency, and value but also has helped make FisherBroyles a leader in diversity, inclusive culture, and work-life balance.

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Telling the Whole Story – Insights from a Career in Business News show art Telling the Whole Story – Insights from a Career in Business News

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We know that each business’s individual story of struggle and success is a single brush stroke on a vast canvas. Searching for the patterns that appear when you look at the bigger picture, Whose Company Is It Anyway podcast host Sheldon Stone turns the microphone around to capture insights from veteran broadcast journalist Murray Feldman’s 40-year career reporting on the stories that shaped and molded the people and the communities of metropolitan Detroit.

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Striving, Surviving, and Thriving in a Changing Marketplace show art Striving, Surviving, and Thriving in a Changing Marketplace

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Amherst Partners' Sheldon Stone sits down with Derek Gentile, the second generation CEO and President of EEI Global, one of the nation's most innovative consumer experience agencies, to learn more about how EEI has survived challenging times and capitalized on opportunities to grow.

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From Law Firm to Bankruptcy Judge: Notes from the Journey show art From Law Firm to Bankruptcy Judge: Notes from the Journey

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Sheldon Stone sits down with Joel Applebaum, formerly of Clark Hill Law Firm, to talk about his upcoming transition to a new role as a member of the US Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Michigan.

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