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Seasoned economic developer, Ernie Pearson shares the importance of creating local incentive structures that increase value to recruiting companies.
Dr. John Zimmer, intellectual property attorney and PH.D. Scientist discusses his unique practice and deep experiences with chemistry and materials sciences patents as a member of Nexsen Pruet’s robust intellectual property team.
The use of artificial intelligence, and subsequently the filing of patent applications thereon, is exponentially increasing. Intellectual property attorney Bryan Baysinger discusses what companies need to know when drafting AI applications.
Scammers often attempt to defraud a company’s customers by utilizing a fraudulent domain. Intellectual Property attorney Seth Hudson discusses how scammers use these domains and what business owners can do to protect their brand and their customers.
Inspire. Innovate. Scribble. Generate. However you create ideas, we're here for it - and South Carolina's Office of Innovation is, too. This week, Burnie and Kara sat down with S.C. Office of Innovation and Scribble SC Managing Director Laura McIntosh, and we got the scoop on tech fellowships, how the office nurtures South Carolina's innovation and knowledge economy, and MUCH more. Laura gave us a peek into her background and how she's risen to her current role, plus a peek into what's to come. Don't miss this interview! Listen now.
- 08.31.2021 | Episode 66: Debbie Barbier, Attorney
South Carolina criminal defense lawyer and former federal prosecutor Debbie Barbier joins Heather and Matthew to discuss her 25 years of experience in both state and federal courtrooms. She shares her thoughts on cases and legislation impacting the health care industry including COVID relief fraud, her methods when working on health care related cases, and much more. Tune in to episode 66 now!
Joining Heather and Darra from Prisma Health, Dr. Kevin Walker, a pain medicine specialist and anesthesiologist, and Doug Furmanek, Clinical Director of Pharmacy Services, dive deep in to the opioid epidemic gripping the United States. They share first-hand accounts of how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the incidence of opioid misuses in South Carolina, ways the medical community can reduce opioid reliance, and much more. Tune in to epsiode 65 now!
On episode 64, Heather and Nexsen Pruet health care attorneys Matthew Roberts and Nikole Mergo sit down with Tod Augsburger, the President and CEO of Lexington Medical Center, a 557 bed nonprofit hospital in West Columbia, South Carolina. As the delta variant surges throughout the nation, Tod shares his insights on how Lexington Medical Center and the Lexington community has battled COVID since 2020, as well as health care trends like consolidation, pricing, and certificate of need. Tune in now for Tod’s first-hand account of leading a health care system during a global pandemic.