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President Biden’s Executive Order: Navigating AI’s Role with Chris Warren

Exclusive Interview: UAW Strike Expansion insights with Cynthia Augello | LiveNow From Fox

Exclusive Interview: Hunter Biden Indictment Discussion with Jon-Jorge Aras | LiveNow From Fox

Supreme Court’s Decision: Web Designer & Corporate Challenges | With Cynthia Augello & Chance Seales

Exploring Hunter Biden’s Plea Agreement | Interview with Jon-Jorge Aras and Lexie Petrovic

SEC cracks down on cryptocurrencies, suing Binance and Coinbase: Interview with Jon-Jorge Aras on CBS News

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law: Cynthia Augello and Christian Bryant on Scripps News

Managing Partner, Chris Warren: AI, Center Focus of U.S. Lawmakers on FOX LiveNOW with Giacomo Luca

Gemini, Genesis, DCG Case Makes Crypto Look Reckless With Customer Funds

OCTOBER 20, 2023 – FEATURING CHRIS WARREN

New York’s Attorney General is taking legal action against crypto firms Gemini Trust, Genesis Global, and Digital Currency Group for allegedly defrauding investors of over $1 billion, with Gemini, founded by the Winklevoss twins, being significantly affected due to its partnership with Genesis. Legal experts warn that this investigation may have dire consequences for Gemini’s future operations and could lead to broader regulatory actions that undermine trust in the cryptocurrency industry.

UAW Strike Roils Auto Industry Supply Chain

SEPTEMBER 14, 2023 – FEATURING CYNTHIA AUGELLO

Cynthia Augello, a labor and employment partner at Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC, commented on the United Auto Workers’ (UAW) approach to the recent work stoppages at major auto manufacturers. She described it as “fascinating” and emphasized its significant impact on the automotive industry, given its size and importance.

Latest on the Hunter Biden Investigation

AUGUST 19, 2023 – FEATURING JON-JORGE ARAS

The President’s son Hunter Biden is being investigated for tax evasion and a gun charge. Plea deal talks with the department of justice fell apart after a judge reviewed the deal. U.S. attorney General Merrick Garland has since assigned David Weiss as special prosecutor to the case. Attorney Jon-Jorge Aras with the Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC breaks down the case.

Great Neck schools’ student suspension in armed intruder case overturned by state education commissioner

AUGUST 16, 2023 – FEATURING CYNTHIA AUGELLO

Great Neck schools’ student suspension in armed intruder case has been overturned by the State Education Commissioner. The Commissioner’s decision aligns with Cynthia Augello of Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC, who advocated for the student’s reinstatement. This outcome underscores the importance of fair disciplinary actions in educational institutions and showcases the impact of legal representation in safeguarding students’ rights.

How Law Firms Are Using Artificial Intelligence in Their Practices

JULY 31, 2023 – FEATURING CHRISTOPHER WARREN

Christopher Warren, Managing Partner at Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC, New York City, underscores the cost-saving advantages of AI in law practice. He highlights that AI’s efficiency reduces billable hours, benefiting clients, and suggests that reluctance to embrace AI may jeopardize the long-term competitiveness of attorneys in the field.

WHY YOU SHOULDN’T ALWAYS TELL YOUR BANK HOW MUCH YOU MAKE

JUNE 26, 2023 – FEATURING DANIEL PODHASKIE

Credit-card companies might already know your buying habits, but they have minimal to no information about your income- unless you disclose it. Reporting your income to card companies is voluntary and can be beneficial for increasing credit limits, but what happens when you choose not to disclose it? Whether or not you’ve had recent financial changes, this article will provide valuable insight to your income relationship with lenders, bankers, and credit-card companies.

THE SEC IS SUING BINANCE AND COINBASE. WHAT’S NEXT FOR CRYPTO?

JUNE 7, 2023 – FEATURING JON-JORGE ARAS

With lawsuits filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against major cryptocurrency exchanges Binance and Coinbase, Eric James Beyer explores the potential implications and what lies ahead for the crypto industry. Insights from Jon-Jorge Aras, a partner at the Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC and an expert in crypto law, shed light on the legal challenges faced by these exchanges and their potential outcomes. The article also delves into the regulatory landscape and the significance of these lawsuits for the future of cryptocurrencies.

GREAT NECK DISTRICT WRESTLES WITH FALLOUT FROM ARMED INTRUDERS AT HIGH SCHOOL

JUNE 4, 2023 – FEATURING CYNTHIA AUGELLO

A recent school security breach raises concerns over safety and disciplinary measures. Attorney Cynthia Augello offers valuable insights into the incident, raising questions about the fairness of disciplinary actions and the transparency of the school district. Her expertise sheds light on the importance of addressing security vulnerabilities and ensuring equitable disciplinary procedures for students.

MONTANA’S BAN ON TIKTOK AND WHETHER IT WILL SURVIVE COURT CHALLENGES

MAY 26, 2023 – FEATURING JORGE MARQUEZ

Litigator Jorge Marquez, Managing Associate of the Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC, joins host, June Grasso, to explore Montana’s ban on TikTok and its potential to withstand legal challenges. This captivating conversation uncovers the legal intricacies surrounding this controversial issue. Tune in as Marquez shares his expertise and insights on the matter.