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Adam Camras

Chief Executive Officer

Adam Camras is the Chief Executive Officer of Legal Talk Network. He has been involved in the legal industry for over a decade and enjoys learning about the latest technology and trends affecting the industry. Adam travels the country for speaking engagements, to attend conferences, and to meet with members of the legal community. You can follow Adam on Twitter at @AdamCamras.

Trent Carlyle

Chief Technology Officer

Trent Carlyle is the Chief Technical Officer of Legal Talk Network. Prior to founding Legal Talk Network's parent company, Trent earned his MBA from Colorado State University and went on to build and grow a number of software and Internet start-ups. Trent works very closely with the technology and marketing teams overseeing product development. You can follow Trent on Twitter at @TrentCarlyle.

Jim Pickell

Chief Operations Officer

Jim is currently the COO and General Counsel of Legal Talk Network. Jim is an attorney and business executive who has been heavily involved in media and law. He was the SVP responsible for digital content distribution at Sony, including films, music and eBooks in the US and Japan.

Laurence Colletti


After receiving his J.D. and MBA, Laurence Colletti went into solo practice with emphasis in general business and commercial real estate. He has always carried a strong passion for web-based media with a particular interest in podcasting and video. Laurence leverages his legal background against that passion to help bring sophisticated, relevant content to Legal Talk Network podcasts. You can follow Laurence on Twitter at @LaurenceEsq.

Mark Oblinger

Audio Engineer

Mark Oblinger is a Grammy nominated producer, audio engineer, and composer with decades of experience in production. He has been awarded 5 Heartland Emmys for his work as a producer for PBS, is a former member of Atlantic Recording Artist group Firefall, and has worked with the Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Oz shows. Mark has always found legal content of interest.

Kimberly Faber

Supervising Producer

Kimberly works closely with the production team to ensure quality and content standards are being met and that marketing and growth efforts are being achieved. With experience managing newsletter campaigns, video production, cause marketing, and content production in a variety of mediums, Kimberly is most passionate about the creation and distribution of relevant, compelling content that engages listeners.

Jeremy Church

User Interface Designer

Jeremy is a web designer with Legal Talk Network. For nearly 10 years, he has built websites for both large and small companies. Jeremy considers himself a web generalist, with an emphasis on front-end design and development.

Chad Jolly

Senior Software Developer

Chad enjoys building and fixing all types of things. At Legal Talk Network, that mostly entails software. Chad strives to find simple and elegant solutions to complex problems.

Gerard Moreno


Gerard Moreno heads the accounting department at Legal Talk Network. In addition to his work in finance and law, Gerard is a Paralympian fencer and a member of the Clippers wheelchair basketball team. He has worked in law firms for many years.

Lu Ann Reeb

Founder and Consultant

Founder of Legal Talk Network in 2005, Lu Ann's career spanned 20 years as a two-time Emmy Award-winning Television Executive Producer turned entrepreneur, developing online media and marketing strategies for target audiences. Lu Ann is President of Boston Media Group, LLC and Executive-in-Residence at Emerson College’s School of Communication in Boston. She has an MBA, a private pilot’s license and she considers herself lucky to work with the great team that acquired Legal Talk Network in 2012.

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