Arnold & Porter’s technology policy expert Greg Louer joins TMT Time to talk through how Capitol Hill is focused on the semiconductor crisis with the CHIP Act and some insider information on waffles and Halloween costume ideas.
Andrew McCabe sits down with Evan and Murad Hussain to provide his personal explanation on his saga and how Murad and the Arnold & Porter team helped him clear his name. For more on the case, please visit: https://www.arnoldporter.com/en/perspectives/news/2021/10/ap-obtains-litigation-settlement-restoring
Lindsey Schultz, Senior Privacy Counsel at Visa rejoins Evan to launch a new series on TMT Time, “Law 5D,” where the two law dorks dish on all things data, digital and daily life. On the inaugural episode, Lindsey and Evan cover the Facebook outage, the whistleblower testimony on the hill, and Apple’s new iPhone 13 and its latest privacy and cookie control settings.
Evan brings back Yosh Eisbart in the next installment of the Start-up Sutras Series to talk with Kerry Siggins, CEO of StoneAge, about her thoughts on leadership and building through acquisition. Kerry is a well-known leadership expert and one of the few female CEOs of a global hard-core manufacturing company and hosts two podcasts herself.
Lawyer by day, NFT expert by night, Michael Gershoni joins TMT Time to educate our listeners on the world of Non-Fungible Tokens.
Evan and Yosh bring in Paul Koenig, founder and CEO of post-closing company SRS Acquiom, to talk about building teams, starting a company as a lawyer and the hot M&A market.
Lindsey Schultz, Senior Counsel, Global Privacy at Visa, joins Evan to talk about how she became an influencer in the privacy space, her thoughts on what’s next in privacy law, and her advice for managing and growing a personal brand in the legal profession.
Evan and Yosh bring in Joe Thurman, founder and CEO of interviewIA to talk about the importance of diversity and equality in the hiring and retention process.