Janet Brewer, a former member of the California State Bar Board of Trustees, whose office is located in Palo Alto, California, was recently quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about the recent decision of the California Supreme Court to permanently lower the score required to pass the California Bar Exam. Janet is certified as a specialist in estate planning and probate law by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. During her tenue as a member of the State Bar Board of Trustees, she was a critic of lowering the score needed to pass the bar examination. The article can be found here.
Advice from the Ice- Top of Your Game In worldwide hockey tournaments, players compete at the top of their games. As an official, David Liebman, SIOR, JD, strives to be at his best as well. The same applies in the office and industrial real estate world: knowing and working effectively with all the players- so that he can negotiate with them and achieve the best deals for his clients. Watch here.
In the world of startups getting a business off the ground is not easy. There is so much work that goes into developing the plans, product, testing, etc. etc., yet in 60 seconds or less, that dream can come to an end. At the Café, Jasmine Foroutan, CEO of Pitch Genius joins Angelo Ponzi to offer up some advice on what a great and effective pitch deck should include. Learn more, click here.
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc. was part of a panel of experts sharing their thoughts on Building Resiliency in the Supply Chain. For more information click here.
Joe Seetoo, Sr. VP of Morton Capital, was named to the “Valley 200” list of the Most Influential Business & Community Leaders in the San Fernando Valley. As a wealth advisor, he is committed to helping clients get the most life out of their wealth.