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We are one of the world's largest law firms, with significant depth and range of resources across five continents. Our experts discuss pressing issues and trends faced by the business world today in the Clifford Chance Podcast. The content of this podcast does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action.
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Inspirational conversations with Lisa Clifford and Guests. Firewalk & Empowerment Trainer, Lisa specialises in High Impact Empowerment Events to help you live your best life. Lisa helps people see their incredible human potential, these conversations are here to bring additional inspiration, insights and hope into your world. I hope you enjoy. www.lisaclifford.co.uk
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Speaking my mind and breaking the silence! Taking back the Internet! Don't hesitate to join me on Discord. Technology, environment(al), social, law and more. Privacy awareness. Topic suggestions welcome. Content may not be suitable for all audiences. Patreon https://www.patreon.com/tyclifford Twitter: https://twitter.com/_tyclifford TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@_tyclifford/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/tyclifford Discord: https://discord.gg/XMXCTHT Email: ty@tyclifford.com
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The Jawshop Podcast is a place where music recording of all kinds is discussed. Host Paul Clifford is a professional drummer, songwriter and producer. With some special guests the focus will be on the creative, using both in and out of box techniques to achieve good sound. Touring, live sound and basic survival are also where conversations will be at home.
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Hey CK Fam! This is my official podcast! We will be talking about God, Life, giving inspiration and covering almost every topic you can think off! BE BLESSED. BE YOURSELF. BE HAPPY!! Email Me: CliffordKyeiPodcast@gmail.com
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Some had billed the Euro and local election the most important in a generation. Others said they all say that. One way of the other there were shocks, surprises and a few very interesting takeaways. Irish Examiner Political Editor Elaine Loughlin gives the run down on all that went on all it tells us about what to expect in the coming months. Hoste…
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One of the most fascinating personal stories to emerge from the decades of violence in the North is that of Kevin Barry Artt. He was wrongly convicted of murder, on the word of a supergrass. He was part of a huge breakout from the Maze prison even though he wasn’t a member of the IRA. And he eventually became the focus of a concerted effort by the …
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With European elections coming over the horizon next week we got political scientist Dr Theresa Reidy to tell us just what exactly we will be voting for. She outlines the job of an MEP, who is the best kind of person to send and what we should know about and expect from what is our parliament. Theresa also runs the rule over the novel mayoral elect…
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This week’s guest on the podcast is Irish Examiner editor, Tom Fitzpatrick. Tom talks about the challenges in today’s media world, from attempting to provide a fact based and balanced newspaper, both in print and online, to protecting journalists who are often targeted by those intent of creating divisions and hatred. He gives an insight into the j…
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This week’s guest on the podcast is one of Ireland’s leading criminal law solicitors, Frank Buttimer. With over forty years in practice Frank Buttimer has represented clients in some of the most high profile trials over the decades. He also has some interesting insights in the type of crime that is coming before the courts these days, particularly …
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The fiftieth anniversary of the Dublin Monaghan bombings falls on 17 May. Thirty four people died in the four bombings in what was the worst tragedy in the state since the Civil War. Families were marked for life by the killings but beyond the human tragedy there was also a state scandal associated with the day. Over the years it has emerged that b…
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A Chartered Planning & Development Surveyor and Chartered Town Planner with excellent design and architectural knowledge. 12 years experience working in the private sector on a broad range of multidisciplinary projects for a variety of clients across the UK. Now National Chair of Women in Property with a theme of "unlocking Potential" Changing mind…
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A new study into how teenage boys are drawn down rabbit holes online to content that is misogynistic and possibly have a traumatic impact on their development was published recently by DCU. The research shows that social media companies are now drawing teenagers towards influencers who are spreading all manner of negative material simply to make mo…
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One of the most tragic figures from the revolutionary period was Roger Casement, global humanitarian, Irish rebel, hung as a traitor. A new biography Broken Archangel – The Tempestuous Lives of Roger Casement provides a fascinating account of this complex figure and the times he lived in. It also answers definitively the questions around whether hi…
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After forty three years the families of the forty eight young people who died in the Stardust fire in Dublin in February 1981 have finally received a form of justice. The longest running inquest in the history of the state returned a verdict of unlawful killing in all forty eight deaths. How did it get here, what did the inquest here and where can …
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Tune in for a discussion among Clifford Chance partners Neil Evans, Matt Dunn and Melissa Coakley about hybrid capital solutions, in particular preferred equity and Holdco debt, and what is driving their popularity among issuers and investors.
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Michael Lynn is currently serving a prison sentence for crimes of fraud committed at the height of the Celtic Tiger years in this country. A solicitor by training, he conned banks out of tens of millions of euro, went on the run and ended up in Brazil where his wife gave birth to their first child. He thought that would save him from extradition bu…
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Effie is a Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur, Fractional CMO, a Small Business Cheerleader and a Marketing and Community Strategist. Having grown communities with a conversational reach of 7 million a week, across many different platforms and industries, she spent my days growing, geeking out over the many ways a business can realise their super power …
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We have long since developed in a nation of foodies in this country in terms of the range of foodies that people enjoy and how it is consumed. But what of our food system? How far now is the journey from farm to fork? Why do we no longer, for the greater part, know the precise distance and route taken by the food we buy? And why is this country tha…
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The bustling town of Killorglin in Co Kerry is one of the most unlikeliest places imaginable to have a connection with one of the biggest drug cartels on the planet but that is the case. One of the senior figures in the Sinaloa cartel is allegedly Morris O’Shea Salazar who spent a decade of his formative years growing up and into adulthood in Killo…
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In the fifth and final episode, Sachin Trikha and Harriet Martin discuss whether it really matters if you chose courts or arbitration to resolve your disputes. What impact might the choice have on your confidential information? How about enforceability? Do you like the sound of picking your decision-makers? These real-life issues can have a profoun…
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The death was announced earlier this week of Rose Dugdale, the English aristocrat who became a member of the IRA, served time in prison and was subsequently involved in perfecting bomb technology for the Provos. She also featured in attempts to rid inner city Dublin of drug dealers in the 1980s. Sean O’Driscoll has written a biography of Ms Dugdale…
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Grief a subject most people are uncomfortable with, But not Ana. She nourishes and heals people during their hardest times. I hope you enjoyed this podcast ... to find out more about how I can help you achieve the life you're passionate about whether than work, business or home and feel invincible www.lisaclifford.co.uk…
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Leo Varadkar’s announcement that he was stepping down as Taoiseach and leader of Fine Gael took the whole country by shock. Why now and who is in line to succeed him? Irish Examiner Political Editor Elaine Loughlin looks back on Varadkar’s career and looks forward to who might replace him and what it will mean for the government, the country and th…
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One of the perks of the job of being Taoiseach is apparently the invite to the White House for St Patrick’s Day, a privilege that is afforded few foreign leaders. Leo Varadkar is over this year but he has a lot on his mind. He has to step lightly around hosts whose stance on Israel and Gaza is at odds with that of most of the world, including Irela…
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Through the years of the violence in Northern Ireland one distinctive voice was frequently heard across all airwaves. Eamonn Mallie didn’t speak with a typical South Armagh accent but it was from there he was sprung and he went on to be one of the leading reporters of the conflict in the North. Now he has written a book about his experiences, the s…
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This week Mick sat down with a group formed a few years ago from descendants of those who were involved in signing the Anglo-Irish Treaty. And it wasn’t just those who were on the pro-treaty side that were part of this group, but also a grandson of Cathal Brugha and a grand nephew of Harry Boland. The group is pushing hard for a national day of rec…
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Press photography may be a dying art but one of its great practitioners over the last forty years was Denis Minihane. Recently retired after forty seven years working for the Irish Examiner, he talks about his career, the art and the craft and the historic events at which he had a front row seat. Denis is this week’s guest on the podcast. Hosted on…
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People who have served a prison sentence for a criminal offence are entitled to believe that once the sentence is completed they have paid their debt to society. That does not appear to be the case. New research shows that there are huge barriers to ex-prisoners finding employment and that the past simply won’t leave them alone. Damien Quinn was on…
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