Brownstein Podcast Series

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Podcast by Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

Episodios

  • What’s Next Colorado: What Reopening Looks Like

    What’s Next Colorado: What Reopening Looks Like

    11/05/2020 Duración: 18min

    In the first episode of Brownstein’s What’s Next Colorado—a podcast series devoted to the legal, political and business issues companies will face in the weeks and months to come as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic—Brownstein Shareholders Sarah Mercer, Doug Friednash and Melissa Kuipers Blake discuss where Colorado is at right now from a state and municipalities perspective, what reopening looks like especially for restaurants, symptom tracking and important liability concerns.

  • What’s Next Nevada: Force Majeure Clauses

    What’s Next Nevada: Force Majeure Clauses

    08/05/2020 Duración: 13min

    In the inaugural episode of Brownstein’s What’s Next Nevada, Brownstein Shareholders Mitch Langberg, Frank Flansburg and Rebecca Miltenberger discuss how the COVID-19 crisis has triggered contract issues such as force majeure clauses and other challenges to performance, how that has impacted business over the last several months and what happens if contracting parties can’t reach agreement in dealing with these issues.

  • Development Following COVID-19

    Development Following COVID-19

    06/05/2020 Duración: 20min

    As developers try to navigate the ever-changing world of COVID-19 and its impact on balancing sustainability with new health concerns, Brownstein Shareholder Diane De Felice joins Lauri Moffet-Fehlberg, senior principal at Dahlin Group Architecture for a series of discussions on how design is adapting. Their first episode covers how the pandemic may affect real estate sectors differently depending on product type and location. Measures to combat health issues could shift trends such as reduced square-feet per person for social distancing, more touchless components and a focus on ventilation, as well as what implications these will have on affordable housing and the expanding e-commerce market.

  • What Does the Government Response to the COVID-19 Crisis Mean for Nevada Businesses?

    What Does the Government Response to the COVID-19 Crisis Mean for Nevada Businesses?

    30/03/2020 Duración: 48min

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak issued a Declaration of Emergency, and Congress has passed a series of measures intended to mitigate the impact of the crisis in the U.S. Greg Brower and Neal Tomlinson discuss how these actions will affect businesses in Nevada. The call was moderated by Kristina Kleist.

  • Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Conversations: Amber McReynolds

    Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Conversations: Amber McReynolds

    12/02/2020 Duración: 20min

    In episode No. 2 of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce podcast powered by Brownstein’s Women’s Leadership Initiative, Brownstein Shareholder and CWCC Board Member Sarah Mercer hosts Amber McReynolds, CEO for the National Vote At Home Institute and Coalition and former Director of Elections for the City and County of Denver. Sarah and Amber discuss Amber’s new book When Women Vote, recent voting trends and some of the most significant changes to voting in Colorado.

  • Prioritizing Cybersecurity in the Digital Age

    Prioritizing Cybersecurity in the Digital Age

    10/02/2020 Duración: 27min

    As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, the ability to protect these technologies from cyber attacks is more critical than ever. From artificial intelligence and cryptocurrency to the nation’s infrastructure, targets for sophisticated cyber attackers are only multiplying. Mark Begich sits down with Al Mottur and Greta Joynes to discuss how the federal government has approached cybersecurity in the past and shed light on potential solutions and probable pitfalls going forward.

  • Worker Classification Law Clashing With the Gig Economy?

    Worker Classification Law Clashing With the Gig Economy?

    05/02/2020 Duración: 26min

    The federal government is contending with state legislatures across the country implementing laws governing the classification of workers. Many of these laws restrict who can be classified as an independent contractor as opposed to an employee, impacting multiple industries, including those within the “gig economy.” Geoff Burr, Radha Mohan and Will Moschella, in a discussion moderated by Mark Begich, discuss the ripple effect that recently-passed legislation in California may have in Washington, and whether the push to redefine employees and contractors creates more problems than solutions for the rapidly expanding gig economy.

  • Colorado 2020 Ballot Initiatives Update

    Colorado 2020 Ballot Initiatives Update

    04/02/2020 Duración: 12min

    Sarah Mercer and David Meschke discuss Colorado citizen ballot initiatives for the 2019-2020 cycle. They compare the volume of initiatives this cycle to the previous cycle, identify hot topics they’re seeing from the current initiatives, remind us what’s already on the ballot, summarize other initiatives moving through the process and point out key upcoming deadlines.

  • The 2020 Iowa Caucus: A Primer

    The 2020 Iowa Caucus: A Primer

    29/01/2020 Duración: 23min

    With the Iowa Caucus nearly underway, the nation will be watching closely to see how candidates fare in their first real test. Drew Littman moderates a discussion with Nadeam Elshami, David Reid and Brian Wild to provide fresh analysis on the current state of the presidential race and offer insight into likely outcomes in Iowa and how these results may impact the race going forward.

  • Wage and Hour Updates Mean Big Changes for Colorado Employers

    Wage and Hour Updates Mean Big Changes for Colorado Employers

    09/12/2019 Duración: 16min

    Starting in 2020, Colorado’s employers will face a new landscape regarding how to pay their hourly and salaried employees. For example, on Jan. 1, Denver will become the first Colorado city to raise its local minimum wage independent from the state’s minimum. But that’s not the only big change ahead for the state’s wage standards. Tune in as Shareholders Sarah Mercer and Martine Wells along with Associate Craig Finger discuss what will be increasingly stark contrasts between the federal and Colorado wage requirements, how cities are expected to respond to some of these changes and, most importantly, why the proposed replacement to the Colorado Minimum Wage Order will mean big changes for Colorado’s employers.

  • The Information Security Age

    The Information Security Age

    25/11/2019 Duración: 25min

    Privacy, and the GDPR in particular, has captured the headlines in recent years, but it is only one element of a much larger legal and operational landscape that can expose companies (and their officers) to significant risk. Guy Sereff and Erin Eiselein discuss some often overlooked information security issues that companies should be focusing on to ensure compliance and minimize risk in this dynamic landscape.

  • Wild Card Issues That Might Alter the 2020 Election Cycle

    Wild Card Issues That Might Alter the 2020 Election Cycle

    12/11/2019 Duración: 25min

    Future developments that will change political strategies are always on the horizon but not always unpredictable. In this podcast, Mark Begich sits down with Geoff Burr and Drew Littman to foreshadow “wild card” issues that would deeply impact domestic politics in 2020 should they become a reality. From a deep third party run in the presidential race to a government shutdown or Supreme Court vacancy – they describe the impact and likelihood of game-changing political events.

  • Client Spotlight: Regulation In an Era of Health Care and Technological Change

    Client Spotlight: Regulation In an Era of Health Care and Technological Change

    07/11/2019 Duración: 28min

    Technologies like artificial intelligence are fundamentally altering the way health providers service patients. As the health care industry evolves, the federal government and state medical boards across the country will face increased pressure to address these changes. Mark Begich moderates a conversation with David Reid and our guests, Eric Fish and Sarvam TerKonda of the Federation of State Medical Boards, and René Quashie of the Consumer Technology Association, in which they discuss the regulatory landscape for AI in health care and whether regulations should address specific technologies or overarching principals.

  • Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Conversations: Episode One

    Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Conversations: Episode One

    06/11/2019 Duración: 28min

    Welcome to the first episode of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce podcast powered by Brownstein’s Women’s Leadership Initiative. Brownstein Shareholder and CWCC Board Member Sarah Mercer hosts CWCC President and CEO Kristen Blessman for a discussion about what they’re doing to help women owned businesses grow over the million dollar mark, what companies can do to help advance women in the business community and upcoming CWCC events.

  • Colorado’s Odd-Year Election

    Colorado’s Odd-Year Election

    31/10/2019 Duración: 22min

    With the 2019 election in Colorado approaching, Shareholder Sarah Mercer and Associate David Meschke provide an update on the election, including information about two statewide referred ballot measures (Propositions CC and DD) and voter trends so far in 2019, and take a quick look ahead at the 2020 election.

  • Impeachment Ignited: How the Process Will Unfold

    Impeachment Ignited: How the Process Will Unfold

    29/10/2019 Duración: 31min

    Impeachment activity has been frenetic and though we’re inundated with news updates, many Americans are still left with more questions than answers. Will subpoenas be enforced in light of the administration’s lack of compliance? How will Sen. Mitch McConnell respond if the House passes articles of impeachment? Drew Littman moderates a conversation with Will Moschella, Nadeam Elshami and Greg Brower, in which they put the current impeachment proceedings into historical context and provide insight into where the process is heading.

  • Navigating the Era of Increased Attorney General Enforcement

    Navigating the Era of Increased Attorney General Enforcement

    24/10/2019 Duración: 56min

    As state attorney general enforcement continues to ramp up, learn about how state attorneys general work with each other and their federal partners, where they are focusing their enforcement efforts, and how to establish relationships with attorneys general so you can effectively head off or mitigate an investigation. Brownstein Shareholder Alissa Gardenswartz, who previously served as deputy attorney general for consumer protection in Colorado, moderates a discussion with fellow Shareholders Sarah Auchterlonie and Sarah Mercer as well as special guest Karen White, executive director of the Conference of Western Attorneys General and the Attorney General Alliance.

  • Finance in Five: The End of LIBOR

    Finance in Five: The End of LIBOR

    09/10/2019 Duración: 08min

    In this episode of the “Finance in Five” Podcast Series, Corporate Shareholder Jay Spader and Associate Scott McEachron discuss the rise and fall of the most important number in the world, LIBOR; it’s replacement, SOFR; and what you should be thinking about to ensure a smooth transition to SOFR.

  • Financial Services Update: October 2019

    Financial Services Update: October 2019

    03/10/2019 Duración: 32min

    The House Financial Services Committee hit the ground running following the August recess, and numerous issues are top of mind for members, including data privacy, interest rate caps and income inequality. Mark Begich moderates a conversation with Zach Pfister, Milan Dalal and Travis Norton in which they discuss committee chair Maxine Waters’ agenda and dive into legislative proposals that could gain traction over the next year.

  • How the U.S. Government Will Address Emerging Technologies

    How the U.S. Government Will Address Emerging Technologies

    27/09/2019 Duración: 23min

    Autonomous vehicles, drones and artificial intelligence have not only captured the attention of the public but also the U.S. government. As policymakers begin to consider establishing new federal rules, Geoff Burr and Greta Joynes, in a discussion moderated by Mark Begich, provide a roadmap for how Congress and the administration may approach regulating these emerging technologies.

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