Joshua S. Levy and Robyn Gigl are litigators for the law firms of Gibbons P.C. and GluckWalrath by day and authors by night. Tune in to this episode of our podcast to hear about their books that take us from the courtroom itself to the very depths of space and time.
Adam Farrah, president of the UCEDC, who (incidentally) wins our award for best answer to “What’s the most daring thing you’ve ever done?” since we started asking the question, drops in to talk to us about the micro lending his organization does to help small businesses, Napoleon Dynamite and The Troubles.
Len Harris, of the Somerset County Business Partnership, drops in to tell us about how their association is encouraging the growth of Somerset County and its tourism industry, their upcoming diversity & inclusion event, Tom Hanks’ career highlight “Bosom Buddies,” and whether or not you can be both a morning person AND a night owl.
Have a question about your NJBIA membership or want to know how you can get more out of it? Well, you’re in luck because Randy Stephens has joined our NJBIA family to make all your membership dreams come true.
Courtney A. Johnson and Kevin G. Walsh of Gibbons P.C. join us to discuss what it’s like to lobby for their clients in Trenton and are subjected to our first-ever Getting to Know You lightning round.
NJBIA’s Christopher Emigholz appears on Other People’s Business to give us some high- and lowlights of the new state budget, the importance of internships and his thoughts on the latest volume of Stranger Things.
Rosanne DeTorres, of DeTorres and DeGeorge Family Law, joins us to talk books, divorce, and the Bible. We learn about how the pandemic changed family law and dip our toes in comparative religion before remembering that Goldbelly Nightingale ice cream sandwiches exist… so how bad could things really be?
Kate and Vinnie go it alone for the first time on this episode of Other People’s Business where they discuss visibility options available to NJBIA members, whether or not sharks are as dangerous as their reputation makes them out to be, and the world we’re living in now where just about anything can be cake.
Jim Mooney of Minuteman Press in Westfield joins us to talk about his journey in printing, the sudden(?) decline of Netflix, the importance of networking and the amazing feeling you get when your dreams come true.
Verus GP joins us to talk about how they help small and mid-size businesses navigate complex government relief programs, including the CARES Act, new takes on classic desserts and how morning people can work with night owls.