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In-House Legal covers a variety of issues pertinent to the general counsel and in-house legal departments of small, mid-size, and large companies. Host Randy Milch, former general counsel for Verizon, discusses the latest developments, trends, and best practices for this very busy and often complicated area of law. Hear from top legal minds, industry experts, and other special guests on topics like ethical duties, corporate governance, employment law, and management.
 
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Today we start off by taking a look at the plans for Akon's sprawling futuristic city in the heart of Senegal, which is as wild for me to write as it is for you to read. After that we dive deep into the most underwhelming apocalypse the world never saw: Y2K. Joined again by our guest co-host, Mallory Austin! It's a great episode guys, thanks for li…
 
In our long awaited and HIGHLY requested comeback episode, we're joined by our old pal Mallory Austin as we learn all about the astoundingly cruel history of animals in space, from the very first Gnat astronauts all the way to the time KFC tried to make space nuggets. We also learn how the California Grizzly Bear went extinct! It's pretty morbid, b…
 
Today we're joined by the hilarious Brian Simpson as we examine the story of a man who claims to have travelled the world and eventually founded a hippie theater troupe that turned into maybe a cult that tried to live in a biosphere for two years in the 1990's. Follow us on social media! Twitter: @bscomedian @dangeranderson @mitchholleman @extremel…
 
As a special treat just for Halloween, we cracked open the Extremely Internet vault to bring you this very spooky episode. We're joined by Allisyn Snyder (A.P. Bio, Sonny With A Chance) as we look into one of the greatest hoaxes of all time: that there were spider eggs in bubble yum. Happy Halloween everybody!…
 
Today we're joined by our good friend Jacob Borja to discuss the story of the rise and fall of State Snaps. It started as a Snapchat account about college kids doing stupid stuff, and ended in attempted murder. Also, we talk about how the Kent State gun girl definitely pooped herself at a party. Follow us on social media! Insta: @burrito_samson @ky…
 
Today Kyle gives us a palate cleanser that cleanses no one's palate, and Mitch tells a lovely story about a little Canadian robot that hitched its way across multiple countries before meeting its untimely demise in Philadelphia. Also there's a weird echo we couldn't fix love you sorry! Follow us on social media! insta: @kyleandersoncomedy @mitchhol…
 
Today we examine the life of businessman and real life angel Daisuke Inoue. From falling out of a window as a baby, to inventing and never patenting karaoke and finally operating a shelter for elderly dogs, strap in for the feel good story of the year. Follow us on social media! twitter: @dangeranderson @grasstoad @mitchholleman @extremelynetpod in…
 
Today we're joined by Adam Sloves and Joshua Levy, hosts of the hilarious account and live show Meme Money, as we examine filmmaker and would be war criminal Ilya Khrzhanovsky and his film Dau. Well, it started off as a film, and eventually spiraled into a strange 12 year social experiment that ended in 14 films and multiple interactive exhibits. C…
 
Just in time for the birth of his own child, we sit down to examine the origin story of everyone's favorite mad scientist. Honestly, it's weird guys. I know we say this a lot, but his father traded an airplane for a diamond mine and his step-mother is his step-sister. Follow us on social media! Insta: @extremelyinternet @kyleandersoncomedy @mitchho…
 
Today the amazing Jeffrey Berner joins us as we examine the story of a psychic, a tree farmer, a baby named Giorgio Armani, and an adult man named Blancey. You need absolutely no more information than this. Follow us on Social Media! Twitter: @jeffreygberner @extremelynetpod @dangeranderson @grasstoad @mitchholleman Insta: @jeffreygberner @extremel…
 
Today we're joined by the incredible Audrey Stewart as we examine one of the most prolific internet mysteries of all time... Lake City Quiet Pills. It starts with a perv on Reddit and ends in an international assassination, It's fucking crazy guys! Check us out on Social Media! Instagram: @audreystewisart @extremelyinternet @gtodd321 @kyleandersonc…
 
Today we're joined by the hilarious Steven Garza as we tackle Alicia Esteve Head (AKA Tania Head), the woman who pretended to survive 9/11. She was really good at it too, becoming the face of survivors for years. It's a pretty wild one. Check out our socials! Insta: @stevengarzajoke @kyleandersoncomedy @gtodd321 @mitchholleman Twitter: @stevengarza…
 
We're Back! This week we're joined by the hilarious and talented Steven Randolph for the story of Susunu! Denpa Shonen. A Japanese reality show from the late 90's that straight up tortured a man for a year and a half by starving and isolating him while broadcasting it 24/7 to an audience of millions. Follow us on social media! Insta: @stevenrandolp…
 
Wow, what a stupid idea -- but what a great episode! For our spooky halloween episode we are dropping (like a bomb) our Bat Bomb spectacular with guest Rachel Wolfson. Rachel is a hilarious comedian featured in Forbes and opens up for incredible comics all over the country. This episode is a ton of fun, and I think you'll love it! FOLLOW US ON INST…
 
I love you and you love me, for this LOST EPISODE we deep dive into the actor who played Barney, and his website where he promotes his tantric sex guru services. Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchholleman @gtodd321 @dangerandersonKyle Anderson, Mitch Holleman, Gracie Todd による
 
Paul Elia from Conan joins up to talk about the wildest bank heist of all time, using Craigslist as the secret weapon... Anthony Curcio planned an insane robbery, and deep dive into it! Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchholleman @gtodd321 @dangerandersonKyle Anderson, Mitch Holleman, Gracie Todd による
 
This week we're joined by Bruce Gray to learn about the origins of Jenkem, an inhalant and hallucinogen created from fermented human waste, which in the mid-1990s, it was reported to be a popular street drug among Zambian street children -- and in the mid-2000s it became a huge viral scare. ENJOY! Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchho…
 
Sierra Katow from Las Comic Standing joins us to deep dive on John Hanke, an American entrepreneur and business executive. He is the founder and current CEO of Niantic, Inc., a software development company spun out of Google that designed Ingress, Pokémon Go and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. But his story goes deeper once government contracts and th…
 
Soulja Boy Play 'Em! This week we deep dive into the world on knock-off and unlicensed video games, from Nintendo's classic NES console, to Soulja Boy's emulator console that plays Switch games, and even Nintendo DS games. Pretty wild and fun episode we recorded at like 2am, so we're all spiraling into insanity and I think we laugh for 4 minutes st…
 
Nicholas Barclay was a thirteen year old boy from San Antonio, Texas. He was a troubled young man, right up to the day when he mysteriously disappeared on June 13, 1994... Frédéric Bourdin was a troubled young man from Nantes, France. He claims to have falsely assumed the identities of nearly 500 children... This is the story of how the lives of th…
 
Nicholas Barclay was a thirteen year old boy from San Antonio, Texas. He was a troubled young man, right up to the day when he mysteriously disappeared on June 13, 1994... Frédéric Bourdin was a troubled young man from Nantes, France. He claims to have falsely assumed the identities of nearly 500 children... This is the story of how the lives of th…
 
Nicholas Barclay was a thirteen year old boy from San Antonio, Texas. He was a troubled young man, right up to the day when he mysteriously disappeared on June 13, 1994... Frédéric Bourdin was a troubled young man from Nantes, France. He claims to have falsely assumed the identities of nearly 500 children... This is the story of how the lives of th…
 
This week we're joined by SNL writing staff alumni, and creator of A.P. Bio, Mike O'Brien! We talked with Mike about the Kony 2012 movement and the; bro, filmmaker, and dancer that was behind it all, Jason Russell. We cover his breakdown, too -- you don't wanna miss that. This might be our most fun episode yet!Videos for this episode: https://m.you…
 
This week we finish our first 2 part series with our second episode on the Moonies cult, Gracie falls for a 19 year old, and Kyle follows some questionable Instagram accounts. We were joined by the very funny Willie Simon, you can follow him online at @trillieflymon Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchholleman @gtodd321 @dangeranderson…
 
This week we cover the insane Japanese Doomsday cult, Aum Shinrikyo. From Anime, to running coffee shops, to setting off nukes under Australia, this is an EPIC story. We're joined by the YO BOYZ Jacob and Eric from PrettyMuchIt on YouTube. These guys make some of the funniest movie videos on the net, so check them out on tour later this summer at t…
 
NEOPETS, BITCH! We finally deep dive into this early 2000s darling. Come along, as we are joined by Brenna Folger & Phil Kotler to go back to the world of Neotopia, and find it's dark past rooted in the church of scientology. Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchholleman @gtodd321 @dangeranderson…
 
2channel is a Japanese textboard founded in 1999. With over 2.5 million posts made every day at it's peak -- it had far more influence in Japanese society than television, radio, or magazines.Listen as the gang tries to understand the reach 2channel had on Japan, and the rest for the world! Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchholleman …
 
Joshua Milton Blahyi, aka General Butt Naked, was known for his violence and atrocities during the First Liberian Civil War in the early 1990s, leading an army of child soldiers. Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchholleman @gtodd321 @dangerandersonKyle Anderson, Mitch Holleman, Gracie Todd による
 
This week we take a look at our sweet baby angel, Terry A. Davis, a man who believed he was a programmer communicating with God himself. Mitch made me promise I wouldn't write anything bad about Terry here, and I know he's reading this just furious at his iPad that I included that, but I think Terry had some problematic views. Anyway, the episode i…
 
1 bear with the spirit of John Wick, vs an entire Japanese village. This week we have our darkest episode yet, the Sankebetsu Brown Bear Incident, in which a bear rampaged through futile Japan, leaving a trail of death in its wake. This is one of the craziest wikipedia entries Mitch has ever found. Follow us on Instagram! @extremelyinternet @Mitchh…
 
Today we're joined by Luke Null (SNL) as we take a peek into an artistic/political statement vs an army of savage & crafty internet trolls. Shia Labeouf squares off against 4Chan as they battle to destroy and annoy his art exhibit "He Will Not Divide Us". The depths this story goes, will transform you.Be sure to pick up Luke's album "Guitar Comic" …
 
This week we're joined by Maxi Witrak (Train Traks) to learn about the godmother of spam, and how she met her ultimate fate... Mitch would like to acknowledge an article which helped him prepare for this podcast if you’d like more info, please check out this wonderful article! https://kernelmag.dailydot.com/issue-sections/headline-story/16932/usene…
 
“I don’t measure my relevance or success by the number of people who report to me.” -Mark Chandler As senior vice president and general counsel at Cisco, Mark Chandler has increased the efficiency and overall success of the legal department while dealing with non-practicing entities (patent trolls) and questions of security, privacy, and surveillan…
 
As we all know, the internet continually disrupts society on a global scale. It has become a platform for the international exchange of ideas and, more importantly, brought hundreds of millions of people out of extreme poverty. But with this disruptive platform comes challenges of safety and security, access to information, and censorship within mu…
 
As wonderful a product as Uber is, part of what makes it successful are the lawyers working behind the scenes. In this episode of In-House Legal, host Randy Milch talks to Salle Yoo, Uber’s General Counsel, about the state of Uber’s legal department today, what they expect from their lawyers, and how lawyers sometimes must leave their comfort zones…
 
In law firms there is often a gap between young, emerging lawyers and seasoned veterans. Jeffrey Jackson, chief legal officer at State Farm, has seen first hand that there are long-term benefits to closing this gap. In this episode of In-House Legal, he talks to host Randy Milch about investing in mentoring programs and building communities in whic…
 
As new lawyers enter the legal marketplace it can be challenging trying to decide which job opportunities are best to gain the professional experience needed to advance one’s career. In this episode of In-House Legal, Randy Milch talks with CVS Chief Strategy Officer and General Counsel Thomas Moriarty about his current role, his occupational journ…
 
As a naturally competitive person, Laureen Seeger thrived throughout her career as a litigator. After law school, she clerked and was offered a job in the Atlanta-based law firm of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP. In the South during the 1980s, there were virtually no women in courtrooms and she had to fight hard for first chair privileges. 14 years …
 
As we all know, the internet continually disrupts society on aglobal scale. It has become a platform for the internationalexchange of ideas and, more importantly, brought hundreds ofmillions of people out of extreme poverty. But with this disruptiveplatform comes challenges of safety and security, access toinformation, and censorship within multipl…
 
“I don’t measure my relevance or success by the number of people who report to me.” -Mark Chandler As senior vice president and general counsel at Cisco, Mark Chandler has increased the efficiency and overall success of the legal department while dealing with non-practicing entities (patent trolls) and questions of security, privacy, and surveillan…
 
In this episode of In-House Legal, Yahoo General Counsel Ron Bell joins host Randy Milch for a conversation about national security vs. online privacy. For companies that provide access to online content worldwide there can be a fine line between freedom of expression and unlawful content. Just because something is legal in the U.S. does not mean t…
 
Ivan Fong, senior vice president for legal affairs and general counsel of 3M Company, started in an unusual place for an attorney: as a chemical engineer with undergraduate and graduate degrees from MIT. He attended Stanford Law School and subsequently built a distinguished career from a big law partnership to senior in-house positions in some of A…
 
Despite not being 100% sure of her desired practice area when she graduated from Harvard Law School, Deirdre Stanley, now general counsel of Thomson Reuters, was certain of two things: she wanted to work in business and wanted to do so in New York City. During her tenure in Biglaw doing mergers and acquisitions, Deirdre found her calling working al…
 
David Leitch is no stranger to crisis. During his career, he was chief counsel for the Federal Aviation Administration during the September 11th terrorist attacks where he was responsible for closing the skies to commercial flights, recruiting qualified Air Marshals, and turning airport security over to TSA. In addition, he was Ford Motor Company’s…
 
Bill Ide’s resume is packed with impressive positions, not the least of which includes ABA President and general counsel of Monsanto. In this episode of In-House Legal, Randy Milch interviews Bill Ide about his career path, the decisions he made along the way, and what it truly takes to be a leader in the legal industry. In-house lawyers can gain i…
 
Randy Milch interviews Shahdadi about his path to general counsel at Tumblr and the legal and nonlegal issues he regularly encounters at the digital publishing giant. Shahdadi discusses how social media controls the public arena, copyright and trademark regulations for user-generated content sites, and the ways in which Tumblr works to balance free…
 
In this episode of In-House Legal, Randy Milch interviews Michael Fricklas about his path to becoming general counsel of Viacom, his specific interest in technology law, and what it’s like to be general counsel in a company owned by lawyers. Fricklas also discusses the copyright infringement lawsuit between Viacom and YouTube, how he managed the co…
 
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