On June 19, 2018, Sarah Lamar was the guest on a regular podcast conducted by Velociteach, a continuing education company for project managers across different industries.
This podcast contains complete audio from the 2016 HunterMaclean Critical Issues Forum on the Business of Film and TV Production.
The first Annual Savannah Logistics Lunch was held at the Embassy Suites Savannah Airport on August 18, 2015. The Logistics Lunch was presented by HunterMaclean and the Center for Innovation in Logistics, and offered a regional, in-depth focus from the Georgia Logistics Summit.
In this HunterMaclean podcast Rebecca Sczepanski presents on identifying fiduciaries, tips and best practices for avoiding or mitigating risk associated with retirement plan fiduciaries, and an update of major fiduciary litigation.
Business litigation attorney Dave Burkoff presents “Legal Checklist for Success as you Grow Your Business.” The presentation was part of “Answers Over Easy,” a breakfast-and-learn seminar series in partnership with the Savannah Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
In this HunterMaclean podcast, employment attorney Wade Herring presents “Employment Law for Businesses of Any Size”. The presentation was made on November 12, 2014 as part of “Answers Over Easy” a breakfast-and-learn seminar series in partnership with the Savannah Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
Harold Yellin is interviewed on the Georgia Public Broadcasting show ‘Georgia Works’ about the Savannah Music Festival, now in its 25th year.
Colin McRae is interviewed on the Creative Coast podcast series ‘The Front Porch. The wide-ranging discussion touches on maritime law, logistics, big ships, Georgia ports, and how local high school kids are getting involved.
Diana McKenzie is interviewed on the Technology Association of Georgia’s Tech Talk Radio about her Information Technology and Outsourcing practice. The interview includes examples of how complex IT law can get, leading her host to liken to her work to Star Trek 3-D chess.
Creative Coast Executive Director Bea Wray interviews Diana J.P. McKenzie about the HunterMaclean Information Technology practice, which Diana chairs.