Keeping up with legal and regulatory issues and industry trends that impact your business both locally and globally can be challenging. Whether you are in a legal department or are a C-suite executive, you must navigate ever-changing laws and regulations. HUB Talks, a podcast launched by K&L Gates, covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law. Tune in to HUB Talks for insight from K&L Gates lawyers that will help you stay on top of the latest industry and legal trends across a broad spectrum of industry sectors.
The following programs are part of HUB Talks:
Arbitration World: created as a supplement to K&L Gates’ long standing publication Arbitration World and provides access to Arbitration World content and other standalone arbitration related content.
Congressional Investigations 101: features discussions on topics related to U.S. congressional investigations.
The Digital Crisis PR: aims to help you proactively plan for and manage any digital crisis situation.
Distressed Solutions: Discussions of problem solving in Restructuring & Insolvency intended for debtors, creditors, private equity firms, R&I professionals, and accountants.
Fintech Forward: provides timely updates on emerging developments and cutting-edge advancements trending in the Fintech space.
Miami Legal Tropics: Brings you hot-button topics and emerging legal trends that drive our Miami marketplace and extend far beyond.
OnRisk: discusses insurance topics from a policyholder's perspective.
Stopping Traffick: created by the K&L Gates Ethical Supply Chain Task Force to addresses topics that are important for corporations with complex supply chains by highlighting the specific risks of human trafficking and forced labor in a company’s supply chain that are often unknown and how to best avoid this and its many adverse consequences.
Talking Sports Law: features discussions of sports law issues, interviews with sports law professionals, and analysis of recent trends at the intersection of sports and the law.
Arbitration World: Introduction to Claim Financing Mini-Series: Bringing Claim Funding to a Successful Conclusion (Part 2 of 2)
In this further episode in our mini-series on third party claim funding, Ian Meredith (Partner in the International Arbitration Practice of K&L Gates in London) speaks with Andrew Roberts (Head of Construction & Energy, Augusta Ventures) regarding a number of the key issues related to what may happen at the end of a claim: the potential relevance of law firm AFA structures, waterfall arrangements for claim proceeds, wider settlement considerations, valuation of non-monetary benefits, how funders approach claim monitoring funder exit terms, and potential additional funding options.
Arbitration World: Introduction to Claim Financing Mini-Series: Bringing Claim Funding to a Successful Conclusion (Part 1 of 2)
In this further episode in our mini-series on third party claim funding, Ian Meredith (Partner in the International Arbitration Practice of K&L Gates in London) speaks with Andrew Roberts (Head of Construction & Energy, Augusta Ventures) regarding a number of the key issues related to what may happen at the end of a claim: common success fee structures, potentially relevant variables, including return of investment with multipliers, ratchets over time, and portfolio arrangements.
Navigating the Waters of Ocean Energy Management With Jen Miller of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM)
In this episode of Sustainable Outlook, host Elizabeth Crouse is joined by Jen Miller with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). As Chief of the Renewable Energy Section in the Pacific Region, Jen details the initiatives, challenges, and operations recently undertaken by BOEM, as well as within the wider offshore wind sector.
On the Fast Track to Commercial Fusion With Jennifer Ganten of Commonwealth Fusion Systems
In this episode of Sustainable Outlook, host Molly Barker is joined by Jennifer Ganten, chief movement builder with Commonwealth Fusion Systems. Jennifer discusses the differences between fusion and fission, the need for wider awareness of fusion energy, and the ways in which a fusion movement could improve the world for future generations.
Virtual Collaboration Tools and their e-Discovery implications in Arbitration and Litigation
Join London Commercial Disputes Partner Martin King and Seattle Partner Julie Anne Halter—practice group coordinator for K&L Gates’ e-Discovery Analysis and Technology group (e-DAT)—as they discuss virtual collaboration tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams and the e-Discovery challenges, opportunities, and pitfalls these tools may present in the context of Arbitration and Litigation.
Diversifying the Conservation Conversation With Erin Meyer of the Seattle Aquarium
On this episode of Sustainable Outlook, host Molly Barker sits down with Dr. Erin Meyer, Director of Conservation Programs and Partnerships for the Seattle Aquarium. The two discuss the aquarium’s “regenerative plan” to reach carbon positivity by 2030, its priority of diversification in the sustainability sector, and its recent strides leading the way for other aquariums and conservation organizations.