loader from loading.io

1782 Actions - Obtaining U.S. Discovery for Use in International Proceedings and Investigations

Baird Holm Banter

Release Date: 07/28/2022

The Omaha Streetcar Project – An Overview show art The Omaha Streetcar Project – An Overview

Baird Holm Banter

David Levy joins David Kramer to provide a brief summary of the Omaha Streetcar and the innovative use of Tax‑Increment Financing to pay for the project.

info_outline
Socially Conscious Investing and Cryptocurrency: Prudent Retirement Plan Investments? show art Socially Conscious Investing and Cryptocurrency: Prudent Retirement Plan Investments?

Baird Holm Banter

Jeremy Christensen joins David Kramer to discuss recent Department of Labor guidance on the fiduciary prudence of applying a socially conscious analysis to the selection of retirement plan investments and of including cryptocurrencies as a plan investment alternative. Jeremy and David explore the application of ERISA’s high fiduciary standards to these (relatively) new investment strategies and vehicles.

info_outline
Equity Compensation Alternatives: Keys for Retaining and Recruiting Talent show art Equity Compensation Alternatives: Keys for Retaining and Recruiting Talent

Baird Holm Banter

In this episode, Hannah Fischer Frey and Morgan Kreiser join David Kramer to discuss equity compensation alternatives for all types of employers and businesses. Hannah and Morgan have seen an increase of equity compensation arrangements by employers in an effort to attract and retain key employees, directors, and management. Tune in to learn more about the different types of equity compensation arrangements available, the reasons to offer (or not offer) equity compensation, and some of the key considerations when offering equity compensation.

info_outline
1782 Actions - Obtaining U.S. Discovery for Use in International Proceedings and Investigations show art 1782 Actions - Obtaining U.S. Discovery for Use in International Proceedings and Investigations

Baird Holm Banter

In this episode, David Kramer and Jeremy Hollembeak discuss an increasingly popular, international feature of U.S. law called “1782 Actions” (so-named because they are authorized by Section 1782 of title 28 of the United States Code).  1782 Actions allow parties to proceedings before courts or tribunals around the world to obtain expansive discovery in U.S. federal courts to help with claims or defenses in their non-U.S. proceedings. 

info_outline
Defending Against California Lawsuits show art Defending Against California Lawsuits

Baird Holm Banter

Mark Goldsmith joins David Kramer to talk about the challenges that employers face when defending against lawsuits filed in California state court. Mark will discuss how procedures have evolved to make litigating remotely more cost effective, as well as some of the differences that make California cases unique.

info_outline
Doobie Do's and Doobie Don'ts: Cannabis Banking show art Doobie Do's and Doobie Don'ts: Cannabis Banking

Baird Holm Banter

Hannes Zetzsche and Eli Rosenberg join host David Kramer for a wide ranging discussion on cannabis banking. This episode covers the legal treatment of cannabis on both the federal and state levels and what issues and challenges banks face in providing financial services to these businesses.

info_outline
Overview of Employment Litigation show art Overview of Employment Litigation

Baird Holm Banter

In this episode of Baird Holm Banter, David Kramer and David (Dewey) Kennison discuss what employers can expect when faced with a lawsuit. Dewey will provide an overview of the process from start to finish and highlight ways that employers can help counsel defend litigation.

info_outline
Commercial Credit Facilities – Borrower Considerations show art Commercial Credit Facilities – Borrower Considerations

Baird Holm Banter

In this episode of Baird Holm Banter, David Kramer is joined by Aaron Johnson to discuss considerations for corporate borrowers as they negotiate and execute commercial loans.

info_outline
Why Employers Should Consider Doing a Wage & Hour Audit show art Why Employers Should Consider Doing a Wage & Hour Audit

Baird Holm Banter

In this episode, David Kramer and Allie Balus discuss the basics of wage and hour law and why employers should consider undertaking periodic wage and hour audits to ensure compliance and strengthen its defenses.

info_outline
Solar Energy Development show art Solar Energy Development

Baird Holm Banter

In this episode of Baird Holm Banter, David Levy and Lee Greenwald join David Kramer to discuss solar energy development, its benefits, and Nebraska’s regulatory landscape.

info_outline
 
More Episodes

In this episode, David Kramer and Jeremy Hollembeak discuss an increasingly popular, international feature of U.S. law called “1782 Actions” (so-named because they are authorized by Section 1782 of title 28 of the United States Code).  1782 Actions allow parties to proceedings before courts or tribunals around the world to obtain expansive discovery in U.S. federal courts to help with claims or defenses in their non-U.S. proceedings.