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Explore how today’s international legal headlines will affect your global business on Nota Bene, a weekly podcast for the C-Suite by the Sheppard Mullin law firm. Join host, international competition partner Michael P.A. Cohen, as he and his expert guests explore how the law and trends intersect while providing insights and strategies for succeeding as a global business in this new world economic order. Tune in each week for conversations covering topics ranging from blockchain technology an ...
 
NEW podcast series, "The Eddie Mullins Podcast”, is a podcast on spiritual presence. Experience the becoming of the formless presence through spirituality, nature, self-inquiry, grace and shamanic awareness and wisdom. Be here now is about initiating in and through your true nature of the enlightened heart and soul. All of nature and presence is alive and that aliveness is inside of you.
 
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As Asia’s economies attempt to recover from the grip of COVID-19, they face added obstacles brought on by slow vaccine rollouts and new pandemic restrictions. We’re exploring the latest economic and regulatory developments in the Asia markets in Q3 including the impact of the new Delta variant of the virus, vaccinations, and China’s crackdown on ri…
 
Despite long-standing challenges to economic growth, the nations of Africa continue to experience incremental progress. As the digital revolution makes its way across the continent, we’re exploring Africa’s economic and social outlook in Q3 of 2021 with our Africa competition and markets expert, Andreas Stargard. A co-founding senior member of Prim…
 
We’re checking in with our Europe-based expert on the latest European updates and upcoming changes for the third quarter of 2021 including updates on Brexit, European Union (EU) data protection policies, block exemption regulations, and the United Kingdom’s (UK) immigration policies. Joining me for this conversation is Oliver Heinisch. Oliver is a …
 
As we enter the third quarter of 2021, we’re taking a look at anticipated legislative activities including President Biden’s infrastructure bill, the U.S-China trade war, and Big Tech antitrust issues. We’re joined by U.S. government experts and lobbyists Elizabeth Frazee and Chani Wiggins to discuss some of the Federal, legislative, and judicial i…
 
Clean energy technology has been on the rise. As companies strive to become more sustainable and the cost of manufacturing renewable energy continues to decline, we’re taking a look at the driving factors behind the shift toward renewable energy and exploring how multinationals can meaningfully participate in this market. Joining me for this conver…
 
Welcome everyone, a group of fellow farrier podcasters and myself, decided to get together and have a conversation about farrier and healthcare professionals' safety. We did this to address the seemingly epidemic number of farrier injuries the world over as of late. Upon conversing about these incidents, it has become apparent that many could have …
 
How many of you get nervous about little things? What are they? Do they affect you taking new adventures? Sit still for a minute and listen to my podcast about some recent anxieties of mine. Maybe, you can relate. Feel free to share in the comments. Additionally, if you enjoy this podcast be sure to like this page and you can follow me on Twitter: …
 
The beginning of 2021 saw a decline in business bankruptcy filings, in contrast to the corona virus-related surge in filings witnessed in 2020. Will this trend continue? Or will bankruptcy filings pick up as more businesses struggle to recover from the effects of the pandemic? Joining me to explore the 2021 bankruptcy trends in the business world i…
 
U.S.-Russia relations have been complicated, to say the least. Given Russia’s recent cyberattacks on SolarWinds and the government-directed attempts to influence the 2020 U.S. presidential election, the Biden administration is stepping up and issuing sanctions against the Russian government to curtail harmful foreign activities. But do these sancti…
 
This episode is a replay of Episode 114 which originally aired on February 23, 2021. Cyber attacks have become big business, from the standpoint of both the attackers, and attorneys pursuing liability compensation from corporate attack victims. Threat actors range well beyond hacker cults of old, now including sophisticated state actors, large busi…
 
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Nowhere is this imitation more unwelcome than when it comes to a company’s intellectual property. Intellectual property laws and the protection they offer ensure that a business can fully protect its brand and reap the benefits of its inventions. Intellectual property rights also provide a cours…
 
I wanted to start this episode off with a term we use in my practice. Unfortunately, we don't get to use it often, but it is always exciting when we do, let me explain. A brief career as a sound and lighting engineer doing live acts followed by a career hammering metal and using all the power tools a non- purest farrier does, has led to some hearin…
 
The employment landscape has been forever changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As employers, managers, and human resources professionals learn to navigate the ambiguity of the new workplace, we’re diving into some of the short-term and long-term changes and strategies that will help business leaders remain connected and effective. Joining me t…
 
In this episode, I'm sharing my monologue that is published in New World theatre's anthology, 8:46 to be released the end of June. If you're interested in getting a copy. DM in Facebook or Twitter and I can get you a copy for the reduced price of $10. Thanks for listening. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast…
 
The healthcare industry is ripe for disruption and major change. Key players in this space are looking for innovative ways to improve quality, access, and efficiency of care provided. My guest today, Anthony Del Rio, is a leader in the healthcare industry and is working to disrupt the status quo through bold leadership and innovative ideas. For com…
 
Many companies do business in multiple states in the U.S. What they might not be aware of is that tax regulations in each state might mandate them to collect and pay sales and use tax for transactions in those states. This is true even if the company does not have a physical presence in that state. In this episode, we’re taking a look at the specif…
 
Eddie Mullins Podcast | Tuesday May 18, 1:00 p.m PST - 4:00 p.m EST Today's conversation is about a key awareness when you are feeling a large amount of fear and how to separate from it. Also, a conversation on Hummingbird Medicine and the guidance from the energy we are receiving right now. Don't miss the opening meditation. Let's explore this tog…
 
My guest today joins us all the way from Cape Town, South Africa. Robbie Miller AWCF ASF is an accomplished racehorse shoer, competitor, and promoter of the farrier profession in South Africa. He accomplishes this through his joint effort with Robbie Dawson, to set up the South African Association of Professional Farriers, the SAAPF and as an offic…
 
When the artist Beeple recently sold a digital work of art for $69 million, it caught the world’s attention especially because that one-of-a-kind digital art was a non-fungible token (NFT). In this episode, we’re taking a look at this emerging blockchain technology and exploring how NFTs are transforming digital artwork. We’re also discussing the l…
 
My podcast today is about being Grateful? Are you grateful for waking up this morning? Friend, family, and/or co-worker? Or is it that new job or home? I'd love to hear about it. Drop a line or two in the comments section....and don't forget to follow me on Facebook and like my page at K.E. Mullins. Thanks FAM! --- This episode is sponsored by · An…
 
This episode was originally published on February 2, 2021 as Episode 111. Music royalty investments have become a big global business. For investors looking for a growing industry to tap into, the music royalty market might be it. Will a flood in investment funds impact the music business overall? We’re exploring how the recent flurry of investment…
 
The Eddie Mullins Podcast May 4, 11:30 am PST / 2:30 pm EST. Today's conversation is about reflecting through the heart to experience feeling, the space between (stillness) and listening to the heart frequency. The experience of the heart helps us to navigate through our center and open space for healing. What is your experience of the heart? Let's…
 
Joining me this week for the podcast quarterly check in with Europe is International Competition specialist Oliver Heinisch from London. Oliver shares the latest updates from the continent, including insight on Brexit, European merger controls, and the adequacy of GDPR enforcement. Oliver is a partner in the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group…
 
The Eddie Mullins Podcast April 27, 1pm PST / 4pm EST. Today's conversation is about loneliness as a deeper expression of healing awareness and exploring essence. Are you feeling lonely and the calling for something more? What is it trying to tell you? let's explore this together. Also, two meditations, opening center and exploring the wisdom of lo…
 
Welcome, everyone. First, a little shopkeeping. I recently finished a book by Greg McKeown called essentialism. The main premise of the book is exactly as the title indicates. It's about honing in on just the essentials in order to be more effective with your time and your effort. As someone who is easily distracted by a potential new project or ne…
 
I don't know how much you taken for granted. However, I tend to take a lot for granted and this past week proves it. Listen to my shenanigans and stuff I've taken for granted. Drop a few lines and share. Also, if you like this podcast, you can find more information and books I've have written on Amazon under K.E. Mullins or follow me on Twitter: K.…
 
Africa continues to strive for economic growth through various means such as trade partnerships and foreign investments. However, long-standing challenges remain an impediment in certain respects. Is Twitter’s decision to open an African base in Ghana any indication of the continent’s economic potential? We’re joined by Africa competition and marke…
 
The U.S. government will have its hands full in the second quarter of 2021. From President Biden’s recently unveiled $2 trillion dollar infrastructure plan meant to rebuild and reshape the economy to Congressional regulation of Big Tech companies, we’re joined by U.S. government experts and lobbyists Elizabeth Frazee and Chani Wiggins to discuss so…
 
You ever have something happen to you and wonder if you're dreaming. This can't be happening. I must be tripping. Or better yet, John Quinones and his film crew are going to come from around the corner and tell me thank you for your honesty. Well, it happened and John Quinones wasn't there, but I needed him to be. Don't just like this episode but t…
 
As the world emerges from the global economic shut down that occurred in 2020 due to the pandemic, many multinational companies are facing production issues and supply shortages. The challenge, in 2021, will be for companies to strengthen their supply chains and explore domestic manufacturing alternatives. Joining me for this conversation is Seoul,…
 
My guest today is Dr. Sarah Cohen, and she definitely has a unique perspective on her business as a veterinarian serving the Wellington Florida area, her business website for Equity Performance Equine has the description listed under the subtitle team approach, seamless concierge-style medicine, tailored to the needs of your specific team and progr…
 
2020 brought about rapid change in the American healthcare industry. Many hospitals and healthcare providers are turning to mergers as a means of providing improved health services to the population at scale. These consolidations, however, do not occur without setting off antitrust alarms. In this episode, we’re exploring the current state of the U…
 
The U.S.-China relationship continues to be a contentious one. Tensions over trade, technologies like 5G networks, and other issues flared over the past few years. What changes to international relations, if any, can the new presidential administration bring about, and what policies from the former administration will have lasting implications? Joi…
 
From due diligence to post-acquisition, there are various labor and employment issues that businesses should pay attention to in order to ensure smooth corporate transactions and integrations. Employee classifications and trade secret protections are two of several issues we explore in this episode with labor and employment law experts Kevin Clouti…
 
As the COVID pandemic struck and international borders closed, I was unable to head South and visit one of my really good accounts in Tampa Bay, Florida. On those occasions when you're unable to tend to some of the horses in your care for any number of reasons, you're left in that awkward position of not knowing what the person coming in behind you…
 
The U.S. Senate has introduced legislation that presents dramatic changes to the current state of U.S. antitrust law, driven by the assumption that Big Tech as it has evolved currently constitutes a series of defined market monopolies. But the Economist recently questions whether that assumption should be reconsidered given the rise in shares of se…
 
Joining me this week for the podcast quarterly check in with Europe is International Competition specialist Oliver Heinisch from London. We discuss the “New Europe,” tracking immediate impacts of Brexit on the United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU), and forecast the near-term future, from a legal and regulatory standpoint impacting internation…
 
Cyberattacks have become big business, from the standpoint of both the attackers and attorneys pursuing liability compensation from corporate attack victims. Threat actors range well beyond hacker cults of old, now including sophisticated state actors, large businesses organized for the very purpose of cyber breach and theft, and complex threat net…
 
Today I'm speaking with Dr. Alan Manning, MSC DVM. From my early beginnings as a farrier, it was always exciting to run into this gentleman. He is one of those vets who will always work with you on a lameness problem and will never throw you under the bus if things don't go as predicted with the shoeing plan. Some of my early mentors warned me abou…
 
Murphy is at it again...just when you think everything is going well. He shows his ugly face. Check out my latest podcast! Additionally, check out the below link: my new release, "7475 Samona Drive," is available for $1.99 on Kindle through this weekend. Peace and Blessings --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcas…
 
Africa is a continent of 1.2 Billion people. From a consumer potential standpoint it matches China or India. Yet historically, it has suffered from its colonial past, and current fractured hostility and corruption. Africa, however, is emerging, and is quickly accelerating into the 21st Century marketplace both from an investment and growth opportun…
 
Digital platforms and companies have transformed the world in ways no other industry has done before in such dramatic ways. However, these platforms have transitioned from alternative channels to major players (and often, the only players) in many sectors of the economy, raising antitrust issues. Joining me for this conversation are two experts, Ro…
 
Music royalty investments have become a big global business. For investors looking for a growing industry to tap into, the music royalty market might be it. Will a flood in investment funds impact the music business overall? We’re exploring how the recent flurry of investment money into this market will continue to impact the industry. Joining me f…
 
Welcome, everyone! If it seems like it's been a while, you're right. Fear not though, I've been busy sending microphones all over the world and I'm excited for the guests we will have on in the coming months. A little shopkeeping before we start, you will notice that some of the questions in the Stratum Tectorium portion have been added and some ha…
 
Intellectual property rights provide intangible yet valuable assets that multinationals can leverage in the 21st century. One such exclusive property right is trade secrets. Almost every business has the potential to create trade secrets. What is a trade secret and how can companies acquire and, more importantly, protect these intellectual property…
 
The relationship between the U.S. and China has deteriorated over the last four years. Barely missing a beat from the coronavirus pandemic, China is the only major world economy to post positive growth during the pandemic period, at a rate of 10% at that. China is now 1/6th larger than the U.S. economy measured by Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), and…
 
How are you doing on the patience factor from a scale from 1 - 10. 10 being you having the most patience. Please share below. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fiftyish/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fiftyish/support…
 
Artificial intelligence (AI) is making a significant impact on how businesses utilize technology and is further the object of a currently estimated $13 Trillion economic arms race between the world’s leading economies from Asia to Europe and North America. Developments in 2020 have been nothing short of revolutionary, breaking through where human a…
 
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