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Author: Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC

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A legal podcast on all things law and those who practice. Hosted by Kim Wolf Price. Presented by Bond, Schoeneck & King. For more information on Bond visit bsk.com. If you have any questions, want to speak with someone from the firm or have a suggestion for a future topic please email legallybond@bsk.com.
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In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond collegiate sports attorney Richard Evrard. Rick shares his path to sports law and how the recent decision of the Baylor University Title IX case helped further define the boundaries of the NCAA's jurisdiction on campuses.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond school law attorney Ayanna Thomas. Ayanna talks about how the updated COVID-19 guidance will impact the 2021-2022 school year.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond litigation attorney Bradley Hoppe. Brad talks about Bond's trade secret protection audit, President Biden's recent executive order regarding non-competes and being a Steelers fan in Bills country.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond higher education attorney Philip Zaccheo. Phil talks about how colleges and universities had to pivot their entire operations when the pandemic started in March 2020, the changes to Title IX requirements that followed shortly after and offered his thoughts on vaccine mandates.
In this special episode of Legally Bond, Kim talks with Bond government relations attorney Caitlin Anderson about New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo's resignation. Caiti discusses how this change in administration will impact New York businesses and what differences she expects once Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul takes office in 12 days.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond government relations attorney Caitlin Anderson. Caiti talks about how she became the firm's trusted source for all COVID-19 updates from Albany and her licensing work with breweries.
In this special episode of Legally Bond, Christopher Riano, Esq. will provide an engaging presentation on the history of marriage equality along with a discussion of current issues of relevance, such as the implications to the LGBTQ community of the Fulton case at the Supreme Court.The book “Marriage Equality: From Outlaws to In-Laws,” co-authored by William N. Eskridge, Jr. and Mr. Riano, explores the religious, political, administrative, and constitutional features of the debate and considers the different angles of its dramatic history, including its foundations in the Black civil rights movement and the debate within the LGBTQ community about whether marriage rights should be a priority. It offers a thoughtful history of how the nation wrestled with an important question of moral and legal equality.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond attorney Jennifer Boll. Jen discusses her unique practice of corporate, tax, and estate and business succession planning matters as well as her role leading the Bond Women's Initiative.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with retired Bond attorney Virginia Robbins. Ginny talks about being the first woman on the Bond Management Committee, her environmental law practice and her current role as Interim Assistant Dean of Career Services at the Syracuse University College of Law Office of Career Services.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond managing member and environmental and energy attorney Kevin Bernstein. Kevin talks about his role as managing member of the firm, leading a firm through the COVID-19 pandemic, and his busy environmental and energy practice.
This special episode of Legally Bond is a recording of the second Bond Torchbearer Spotlight interview with litigation attorney Mara Afzali. The Torchbearer Spotlight showcases the many ways Bond women lead and inspire others in their law practice, private life, community service and/or educational experiences.Bond women light the way – and we want to applaud and honor those efforts.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond litigation attorney Liza Magley. Liza talks about her summer coordinator role on the firm's Recruitment Committee and provides tips on how law students can prepare for the on-campus interview process. 
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond patent attorney Blaine Bettinger. Blaine discusses his most recent paper on Investigative Genetic Genealogy, how his interests in genetics and genealogy fit in with his patent law practice, and what Pride Month means to him. 
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond labor and employment attorney Theresa Rusnak. Theresa discusses LGBTQ+ terminology and the laws that protect gender identity in the workplace. 
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond labor and employment attorney Rebecca Kimura. Rebecca discusses how new EEOC COVID-19 vaccination guidance impacts employers and the trend of mass arbitration. 
This special episode of Legally Bond is a recording of the inaugural Bond Torchbearer Spotlight interview with higher education attorney Monica Barrett. The spotlight focuses on women attorneys formerly or currently at Bond in all stages of their careers. The Torchbearer Spotlight showcases the many ways Bond women lead and inspire others in their law practice, private life, community service and/or educational experiences.Bond women light the way – and we want to applaud and honor those efforts. 
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond litigation attorney Brian Butler. Brian talks about what litigation looked like during the pandemic and the future of technology in the courts.
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond business attorney Jeffrey Scheer. Jeff discusses the recent legalization of marijuana in New York and offers suggestions for those interested in cultivating their own business within the industry. 
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond school law attorney Kate Reid. Kate talks about how she made the jump from litigation to school law and the New York school board elections which take place on May 18. 
In this episode of Legally Bond, Kim speaks with Bond collegiate sports attorney Michael Sheridan. Mike shares how he went from being a public defender to working in college sports and offers some tips for anyone interested in making the same career change.
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