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  • John Humphrey Sollega Inc guest appearance on Lawline TV : Renewable Energy Trends

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    John Humphrey Sollega Inc guest appearance on Lawline TV : Renewable Energy Trends

    A Local NYC TV Station did a show on renewable energy. John Humphrey, Co-Founder of Sollega Solar Products, is one of the guests. The show has been edited for content.

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  • Lawline TV - "The Federal Reserve and Its Role in Our Economy"

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    Lawline TV - "The Federal Reserve and Its Role in Our Economy"

    Today we'll look at the Federal Reserve, the role it's played in our economic recovery, and the viability of the institution itself. Our guest is Joseph Salerno, a Professor of Economics at Pace University, and Academic Vice President at Ludwig von Mises University.

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  • Lawline TV: "Economic Flux & the Tipping of the West"

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    Lawline TV: "Economic Flux & the Tipping of the West"

    Host: David Schnurman, Lawline.com Guest: Roger Arnold, ALM Advisors DESCRIPTION: The economic outlook for the United States, and the world, is dire. The dollar is weak, the U.S. economy is close to insolvency, Greece is in economic turmoil, and China is growing at a rate that cannot be sustained. Our guest is Roger Arnold, a nationally recognized economist, radio talk show host, and experienced real estate executive. INTERVIEWER'S NOTE: Before the Economic Ping Pong event on Thursday night I was lucky enough to interview Roger Arnold in my studio (thanks to Matt Weiss) to discuss the economy and get updates from his predictions at Nerve 2010. In this interview he discussed the following: M1 and M2 money supply - Fractional reserve banking Update on his prediction of collapse of commercial real estate market Update on his prediction of the collapse of the stock market How close the US is to insolvency Our Debt Ceiling Our Deficit Trickle down economics Politics vs reality Greece & the Eurozone China and its Future

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  • Lawline TV: Police Misconduct and its Impact on Justice

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    Lawline TV: Police Misconduct and its Impact on Justice

    Description: The Occupy Wall Street Movement in New York and throughout the country has sparked numerous allegations of policy brutality. Combined with recent allegations of New York City police officers committing rape and the ticket fix scandal, the public will no longer tolerate misconduct on any level. Today we will look at the truth behind these allegations, what the police community is doing to remedy them. Guests are attorney John Patten, who represents police officers, as well as attorney Edward Friedman, whose clients include victims of police brutality. Host: David Schnurman Guests: John Patten - Dansker & Aspromonte Edward Friedman, Attorney at Law

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  • Lawline TV: Renewable Energy - Trends & Technologies

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    Lawline TV: Renewable Energy - Trends & Technologies

    As the United States looks for answers to the energy crisis, renewable energy seems to be the solution to our problems. Today, we look at the latest renewable energy technologies, the need to put something into effect, and the viability of these options. Joining us are John Humphrey of Sollega Inc., Peter Funk, Jr., an energy attorney for Duane Morris, and Stanley Alpert, an environmental litigation attorney from Constantine Canon. Guests: John Humphrey - Sollega Inc. Peter V.K. Funk, Jr. - Duane Morris LLP Stanley N. Alpert - Constantine Cannon LLP

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  • Lawline TV: Sex & Power - A Volatile Mix

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    Lawline TV: Sex & Power - A Volatile Mix

    Link to Lawline Learn Site: http://learn.lawline.com/video/sex-power-a-volatile-mix/ Today we will discuss why high-powered individuals engage in risky behavior that leads to their ultimate downfall. Are guests are Susan Lipkins, psychologist and "Sexpert," and Melinda Sarafa, a criminal defense attorney.

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  • Lawline TV: Starting and Owning Your Own Franchise

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    Lawline TV: Starting and Owning Your Own Franchise

    Link to Lawline Learn Site: http://learn.lawline.com/video/starting-and-owning-your-own-franchise/ Program Description: Have you ever thought of owning your own Subway, or UPS Store? Today we will discuss the important information you need to know in starting and owning your own franchise. Our guests are attorney Jerry Marks, who practices franchise law, and Edward Teixeira, Founder and President of FranchiseKnowHow, LLC, and author of "Franchising from the Inside Out."

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  • Lawline TV: Teachers Unions & the Last In First Out Rule

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    Lawline TV: Teachers Unions & the Last In First Out Rule

    Link to Lawline.com Learn Site http://learn.lawline.com/video/teachers-unions-the-first-in-first-out-rule/ Program Description: The threatened budget cuts in public education will lead to major teacher layoffs. Today we will look at the effects the cuts will have on students, teachers, and the unions. Our guests are Bryan Glass, former attorney for New York State's Teachers Union and practicing privately representing teachers, Betsy Combier, New York City "Rubber Room Reporter" and founder of ParentAdvocates.org, and Michael Mazzariello, former Chief Prosecutor for the NYC Board of Education.

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  • Lawline TV: The Mounting Phenomenon of False Convictions

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    Lawline TV: The Mounting Phenomenon of False Convictions

    Description: Lawline TV addresses the criminal justice system, its major problems, and the direction for the future. Recently, there have been issues involving false convictions and coerced confessions despite advances in technology and DNA evidence. Guests are Criminal Defense Attorney Brian Griffin and Cardozo Innocence Project Staff Attorney Olga Akselrod, discussing what needs to be done to fix the system. Host: David Schnurman Guests Brian Griffin - Foley Griffin, LLP Olga Akselrod - Cardozo Innocence Project

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  • LawlineTV: Wal-Mart v. Betty Dukes: A Sea Change in Workplace Harassment & Discrimination Issues?

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    LawlineTV: Wal-Mart v. Betty Dukes: A Sea Change in Workplace Harassment & Discrimination Issues?

    Description: The law suit brought by thousands of women working for the mega-giant Wal-Mart brought the issues of sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace to the national forefront. Today we'll discuss the emotional and economic costs on the employees and the employers. Our guests are Tammy Marzigliano, from the firm Outten & Golden, who represents victims of sexual harassment, and Scott Baken, a partner in the law firm of Jackson & Lewis, who represents employers. Link to the Lawline.com Learn Site: http://learn.lawline.com/video/lawline-tv-wal-mart-v-betty-dukes-a-sea-change-in-workplace-harassment-issues/

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