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.
ClimateTech Angel Investing: One of the Keys to Propelling Next Generation Sustainability Innovation.
ClimateTech angel investing is increasingly becoming a critical component to ensuring the necessary technologies for a more sustainable future are supported enough to get off the ground. On this episode of Sustainable Outlook, I am joined by Kristin Martinez, an angel investor who has 30+ years of experience in new venture creation, financing, strategic planning, corporate finance and operations, and who has spent the past 20+ years as a founder, CFO, investor, director, and advisor to clean-tech companies through her venture development company, Sound Point Ventures. Kristin provides her insight into venture creation within the green economy, shares how a renewable energy company she advises is collaborating with local communities to create more cohesive support for the transition to a clean energy economy, and details several exciting ClimateTech companies to watch that she is working with in the wave energy and carbon capture and utilization technology space.
Considering the Potential of the U.S. Offshore Wind Market with Cerianne Cummings, Offshore Wind Market Director of Kent Wind Energy
In this episode of Sustainable Outlook, host Elizabeth Crouse is joined by Offshore Wind Market Director Cerianne Cummings of Kent, a global multidisciplinary scientific consulting and engineering firm supporting the offshore wind and other industries.
With the U.S. planning large-scale initiatives for generating sustainable energy, Cerianne draws on a decade of experience in the UK and European offshore wind markets to offer a global perspective. She discusses the development cycles she oversees in existing offshore wind farms, the supply chain concerns that can arise in the market, and the reasons that the U.S. market may be uniquely positioned to avoid similar issues.
Talking Sports Law - A Conversation with Orlando City SC and Orlando Pride General Counsel Caesar Lopez
On this episode of Talking Sports Law, host John Wilson interviews Caesar Lopez, the General Counsel for Major League Soccer club Orlando City Soccer Club and National Women’s Soccer Club Orlando Pride. Caesar describes his path to a career in sports law, including a prior role with the MLS legal office in New York, and shares his thoughts about the recent acquisition of the club by the Wilf family.
International Arbitration Clauses in Insurance Policies: Are They Valid in States With Anti-Arbitration Insurance Statutes?
In this episode, partners Chris Valente and Jackie Celender, along with associates Michael Creta and Peter Ayers, discuss the impact that state anti-arbitration insurance statutes have on the enforceability of international arbitration clauses found in insurance policies.
Paving the Waterway to Marketplace Efficiency With Kristina Ribellia, Founder and Director of Operations at Western Water Market
With services in place to facilitate compatible matches in markets such as real estate and consumer goods, can the same approach be used to connect buyers and sellers of water rights?
After five years of nonprofit experience highlighting the difficulty of these transactions, Kristina Ribellia began her journey to create an efficient network to match the needs of buyers and sellers in the marketplace, as well as to encourage and support more individual marketplace participation.
Now founder and director of operations at Western Water Market, Kristina joins host Alyssa Moir for this week’s episode as the two discuss the critical need for this service in the water rights marketplace.
U.S. Supreme Court to Address Prejudice Requirements For Waiver of Arbitration Agreements
In this episode, partners Jackie Celender and Lindsay Sampson Bishop, along with associate John Gavin, discuss the oral argument recently heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in Morgan v. Sundance dealing with the question of whether parties to arbitration agreements can be found to have waived their right to compel arbitration only where the other party is prejudiced in some way.