Ringler Radio presents an unprecedented analysis of the latest news, information and legislation impacting the structured settlement profession. Ringler Radio continues the tradition started by the founding partners of Ringler in 1975, focusing on creating the best financial solution for the injured party in a lawsuit settlement.
With more than 1 million listeners since its first groundbreaking podcast in 2005, Ringler Radio continues to be the premier podcast centered on the structured settlement industry today.
Alan S. Pierce, from Pierce, Pierce & Napolitano, talks about possible litigation stemming from the pandemic and what employment safety standards should be in place.
Jennifer A. Moore, founder of Moore Law Group, PLLC, talks about the verdict, the damages reduction and the potential mediation of future cases involving Roundup.
Attorney Laurel L. Simes talks about the rideshare companies’ response to allegations and litigation and what needs to be done to guarantee the safety of the passenger.
Larry Cohen and Ryan Christen Oliphant discuss details of structured settlements for minors so the interests of the child are the priority and the funds are not dissipated.
Larry Cohen and Timothy D. Lytton take a look at foodborne illness litigation, legislation, and food safety.
Larry Cohen and guest and Ringler colleague, Phillip Krause discuss the benefits and advantages of going with a structured installment sale, and the reasons to go with a structured installment sale, especially in our current economy.
Mo Aziz discusses the settlement of the vegas shooting, the liability and negligence of MGM, and how this human tragedy led to a relatively quick settlement.
Hon. Elizabeth Bonina takes a look at the use of technology in the Alternative Dispute Resolution arena and discusses how technology is improving the process.
Jonathan Novak discuss Purdue Pharma’s bankruptcy filing and whether the remaining 25 states will agree to a settlement or take their fight to the courts.
Larry Cohen and Alan Pierce take a look at the history of workers’ comp and discuss technology’s impact on the workplace.
Joseph VanZandt discusses the recent news on sales, marketing, and labeling against JUUL, and how they've failed to warn off the products’ with high addictive levels of nicotine that target young people.
Dennis Kennedy talks about the importance of legal technology, reducing costs, and use of video and tech for dispute resolution and mediation.
Neil F. Nazareth discusses the 2016 whistleblower lawsuit that started it all, how these earplugs have impaired its users, and future litigation.
Johnny Meyer discusses the benefits of combining a structured settlement with professional administration and managing the injured party’s medical settlement funds.
Pedram Esfandiary of Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman, PC., discusses the Pilliod, et al. v. Monsanto lawsuit, what legal strategies were used in this case, and the current status on recalling Roundup.
Denise A. Lettau discusses advantages when working with a non-profit organization that priorities on their clients, while also providing trustee and trust administration services.
Michelle Caine talks about the advocacy for the financial security of injured people in legal settlements and raising awareness about the benefits of structured settlements.
LaBarron Boone from the Beasley Allen law firm discusses the $151-Million dollar Travaris “Tre” Smith case.
David Kracke tells us about CBIRT’s great work in concussion prevention management, and what is being done to make sports safer with smart technology.
Attorney Mike Andrews talks about a recent settlement in litigation brought by former hockey players against the National Hockey League surrounding concussions and CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy).
Attorney Celeste Brustowicz, a member of Opioid Justice Team, talks about the legal work underway among a group of highly skilled attorneys, doctors and civil leaders on behalf of the babies in the opioid crisis.
Phillip Krause discusses how plaintiff attorneys can achieve better control over the timing of their income.
Learn how to structure attorneys’ fees to reduce tax burdens with deferred payments.
Paul Marshall, Sales Director of Structured Settlements for MetLife, discusses MetLife’s NQA product, the types of cases that are included under NQA eligibility, and taking care of the long-term needs of the client.
Patrick Haines discusses pending litigation and next steps for the victims of this disaster.
Attorney Dan Wade, coordinator of the Disaster Legal Services Program, and Alia S. Graham, program specialist for the ABA's Young Lawyers Division, talk about the immediate legal assistance provided after the natural disaster.
Tax attorney Robert Wood discusses the tax implications of structuring a settlement in a non-qualified case such as divorce, disability, or environmental versus taking a cash lump sum.
Larry Cohen welcomes co-host Cindy Chanley and returning guest, tax attorney Robert Wood from Wood LLP, to explore the arena of non-qualified settlements and how the recent tax reform act is having an impact.
A San Francisco federal judge gave the green light for hundreds of lawsuits to go forward claiming Monsanto's popular glyphosate weed killer, Roundup, causes cancer. Will we see settlements?
Elder abuse often is a silent and unreported but growing problem. We take a look at the rising rate of nursing home abuse complaints, arbitration agreements, and what can be done to protect the safety of our seniors.
Taking a look at wrongful incarceration cases, the benefit of a structured settlement in these cases after compensation, and the impact on the client and their family.
How the Beasley Allen law firm’s attorney Rhon Jones is joining forces with the Attorney General of Alabama in litigation to put a halt to the devastating opioid crisis.
How to simplify ongoing medical expenses and ease the hassle of the healthcare system.
Larry Cohen and Peter Early join Robyn Powell, attorney, writer, and scholar whose work focuses on disability law and policy, to discuss the controversial change to the ADA and the potential impact this could have for disabled people.
Class action lawsuits have been filed against Facebook and UK firm Cambridge Analytica on behalf of 85 million users and individual shareholders in response to allegedly obtaining user information without permission. This week on Ringler Radio we discuss data mining, privacy laws, and the impact this will have on the social media giant and you.
Adva-Net's mission, their unique approach to chronic pain management, and assisting injured people who are struggling with opioid use.
DRI, the Voice of the Defense Bar, is the leading organization of civil defense attorneys and in-house counsel.
Josephine Grillo Sullivan, Executive Director of The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation discusses assisting families living with brain injuries and advocating for the long-term benefits of going with a structured settlement.
From pet food contamination cases to animal cruelty, to claims involving wildlife preservation, animal law covers a wide range of legal issues.
Litigation against Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, and the fight against the opioid epidemic.
Alan S. Pierce discusses a measure signed into law this year nullifying the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule regarding an employer's obligation to keep accurate injury and illness records.
Helena Berger, CEO of the AAPD, discusses her thoughts on the recent healthcare repeal effort, the importance of the disability vote, and making strides in the fight for people with disabilities.
How can the legal community alleviate the loss left by the storm and guide some through the complexities of litigation.
The workers’ compensation and disability management process can be complicated for both employers and their workers. Learn about creating a seamless process in this podcast.
Larry Cohen and Ringler colleague, Erin Muller and hear from AdamPotter, the CEO and Founder of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM), about the new UCC program, benefits, recent legislation and nationwide implementation.
Kenneth Kutner, PhD., neuropsychological consultant to the NFL, talks about cases like Mike Webster, Harry Carson, and even Aaron Hernandez, plus research and protocols.
Insurance trial lawyer Gary L. Wickert talks driverless car litigation, liability, and how claims professionals and attorneys should become familiar with the latest in driverless car technology.
Michael K. Gruber, president of the Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group, talks about his mission for 2017 and what to watch for in legislation that might impact workers.
Host Larry Cohen and co-host Janet Rosie, talk to Attorneys Bill Bulfer and Bryan Simpson from Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham LLP, about drone liability, litigation and regulation.
As James M. Early, CSSC, a Senior Advisor at Ringler, becomes the 2017 President of the National Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA), there’s work to do on Capitol Hill. Listen as Jim Early, talks with Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen along with Executive Director of NSSTA, Eric Vaughn, about tax code reform legislation, tort reform...
Greg Micoletti talks about the dissipation of personal injury settlements and what to do to prevent it.
Larry Cohen is the host of Ringler Radio and is the head of Ringler Associates operations in the Northeast....
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