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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brandon Lewis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brandon Lewis, often where they are interviewed.

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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brandon Lewis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brandon Lewis, often where they are interviewed.

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Men Talk Women w/Chris Randle A House Full of Women pt 2 feat Brandon Lewis

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Part 2 of my hilarious conversation with AllDefDigital Host of the youtube hit #RoastMe, Brandon Lewis. He's a little salty he didn't have boys but he still has a plan for his girls.

Is raising girls harder than raising boys? Jump in the youtube comments and let us know. https://youtube.com/channel/UC8V71jo_WyvlMaWi9GicOAw Don't forget to subscribe.

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Nov 16 2020 · 25mins
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Interview with Brandon Lewis, R&B artist on MIME record label

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Dr A and Brandon interview R&B recording artist Brandon Lewis


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Nov 15 2020 · 26mins

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Mending the Makers with Luke Rabin and Brandon Lewis

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We often talk about the makers and menders dichotomy on this show. But we rarely dived deep into the dynamics of collaboration between these two groups of creatives. Today we talk with Brandon Lewis and Luke Rabin, co-founders of BLDR, a digital agency specialized in creating UI/UX designs, technical docs, and developer teams. Building on the immense contributions of behavioral economics, Brandon and Luke talk about the ways of bringing makers and menders together and ensuring that their collaboration is fruitful and lucrative. When you finish listening to the episode, make sure to connect with them on LinkedIn, and visit their website at https://www.startwithbldr.com

Mentioned in this episode:

Brandon on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-lewis-design/

Luke on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lukerabin/

BLDR at: https://www.startwithbldr.com  

Nov 02 2020 · 44mins
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Best Damn Podcast Presents The Sue and Que Show on D.L.E RADIO. Sit down as we interview All Def Digital's "Roast Me" Host Brandon Lewis. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNELS!











Oct 19 2020 · 1hr 6mins

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Episode 3 with Special Guest Dr Brandon Lewis

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Oct 05 2020 · 32mins
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Monday Mentors with Dallas Litigator Brandon Lewis

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Brandon Lewis, partner with the Dallas litigation boutique Reid Collins & Tsai, joins us on today's show! Brandon talks about how COVID is impacting jurisdictions differently, reading great writing to improve your writing, and the importance of attention to detail.

COVID-19 Update (Recorded 7/16/20)

Shuttered offices in early March and haven't been back; firm is geared toward working remotely
They have a NYC office
Use tools: Office 365/Teams/Zoom but stay home
Courts shut everything down
different state Supreme Courts came out with new orders regularly and it was a challenge to keep up with the rules of the road for each jurisdiction
Deadlines extended / statute of limitations suspended
Some hearings have been done virtually
Some Zoom mediations
He hasn't done a Zoom deposition though others in his firm have
Mostly pushing things off so they can resume more normal operations
Learning from others how to work from home has been important
maintain schedule
get dressed in work clothes
forgive yourself for struggling and give yourself some grace

His firm/practice:

Litigation boutique of 34 attorneys specializing in complex commercial litigation; director/officer liability; financial frauds/insolvency; professional malpractice.
almost all of the work is from the plaintiff side
Offices in Austin, Dallas, Washington, D.C., and New York
There is a lot changing on the bankruptcy side in the wake of COVID
much of their work arises when a company goes bankrupt
statutes of limitations
new laws for relief
U.S. Supreme Court decision on 546e (the "Safe Harbor" provision") of the Bankruptcy Code
COVID will create a wave of bankruptcies that will ultimately lead to resulting litigation
silver lining is that fraudsters will be exposed

Advice to lawyers:

Read Mark Herrmann's The Curmudgeon's Guide to Practicing Law
short, easy read
tons of great advice
Read good writing; think like a lawyer and never write like one
Bryan Garner preaches this
Want the judge who reads your work to think Hemingway, not "comes now the plaintiff..."
Best way to write like this is read excellent writing by others
Attention to detail is crucial; table stakes
This will show up in your written work product
When you are done, print it, hold it in your hands, pick up a pen and go through it.
will help you catch typos, grammar, etc.
spell-check isn't perfect and your eyes won't see everything when it's on screen
Read it back to front (one paragraph at a time)
It is not the partner's job to catch your typos
If a partner gives you an assignment, don't just answer his/her question...solve the problem.
Just answering the question assumes the partner asked the right question in the right way, and much of the time that is not the case; assume they asked the question too narrowly or clumsily
Therefore answering the question will likely lead to a follow up question; anticipate that and take the next step to ultimately solve the problem
that makes you indispensable, and indispensable associates are the ones who become partners
Your first client is your partner; that is the person who feeds you work. Keep them happy and it will build your reputation both in the firm and beyond.
Clients will hear about you by word-of-mouth
Be purposeful/target in your community/organizational involvement
add value

Advice to lawyers seeking a job

Attention to detail in documents is key; no typos, no generic cover letters
need to know you want a job at this firm doing what we do
Experience level / writing sample that highlights that
Since most are coming from out of state, want to know why Dallas? How likely are you to stay?
They will ask you to talk about the most interesting/complex case you have worked on; can you explain it to someone who has never heard about it before? That will show them whether you can explain something to a jury/judge.

Rapid Fire questions

Trait/characteristic - good judgment
Habit key to success - learning from mistakes and borrowing from others' ideas
Favorite app/tool - Outlook Calendar and OneNote
Favorite social distancing activity - cooking for the family (especially pork chops)
Favorite legal movie - A Civil Action

Thanks again to Brandon Lewis for coming on the show!
Aug 31 2020 · 37mins
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16: Brandon Lewis

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In this Episode Tahir goes up against his good friend Keysha E to test their wording knowledge.
Jun 24 2020 · 42mins
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Episode 145--Discussing Privilege with Dr. Brandon Lewis

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After Ahmaud Arbery was killed while running, many endurance athletes began to consider the privilege they have that affords them the ability to run without worrying about being shot. As our community wrestles with this issue, we brought Dr. Brandon Lewis on the podcast to talk a bit about what privilege is and how it works.
Jun 11 2020 · 56mins
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Serious Angler Podcast: Episode #79 BRANDON LEWIS | NYKBF Conesus Lake Winner

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In today's podcast I have on Brandon Lewis, winner of the NYKBF tournament at Conesus Lake. He talks about his tournament win and how he got into fishing! Enjoy.

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May 18 2020 · 51mins
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James Brandon Lewis

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The 52nd episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with saxophonist James Brandon Lewis, and is sponsored by Harry's men's grooming products. If you’re listening to this, you can get a Harry’s trial set at harrys.com/burning. You’ll get a weighted ergonomic handle for a firm grip; a five blade razor with a lubricating strip and trimmer blade; rich lathering shave gel with aloe to keep your skin hydrated; and a travel blade cover to keep your razor dry and easy to grab on the go. Go to harrys.com/burning to start shaving better today!

James Brandon Lewis is from Buffalo, New York, a city which has produced a surprising number of musicians whose work I listen to a lot, including Grover Washington, Jr., Charles Gayle, Rick James, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Morton Feldman, and Cannibal Corpse. I’ve seen Lewis perform live twice, both times with the avant-garde rock trio Harriet Tubman. One time was a straight double bill – James’s trio with bassist Luke Stewart and drummer Warren Trae Crudup, plus guitarist Anthony Pirog, opened for Tubman. Then, at Winter Jazzfest in 2018, Tubman put together an expanded group to perform a re-interpretation of Ornette Coleman’s Free Jazz. That night, the lineup was Tubman – Brandon Ross on guitar, Melvin Gibbs on bass, JT Lewis on drums – plus James’s trio, plus Jaimie Branch on trumpet and Darius Jones on alto sax. It was really fantastic, one of those things that you only get to see once in your life. You’re either in the room when the magic happens, or you get to hear people tell stories about it for years afterward.

James made two records for the OKeh label – Divine Travels, which had William Parker on bass and Gerald Cleaver on drums, plus poet Thomas Sayers Ellis, who runs Heroes Are Gang Leaders with him, and then Days of FreeMan, which had Jamaaladeen Tacuma on bass and Rudy Royston on drums. By the way, if you’re new to this podcast, a lot of the people I’ve mentioned so far – Melvin Gibbs, William Parker, and Jamaaladeen Tacuma – have all been on in the past. Anyway, James followed Days of FreeMan with No Filter, which featured his live trio plus Pirog, and then he made Radiant Imprints, a duo album with drummer Chad Taylor, and An UnRuly Manifesto, with the trio plus Pirog and Jaimie Branch. And every one of those records is absolutely worth your time, so check ’em out.

This conversation with James Brandon Lewis is the longest thing I’ve ever recorded for this podcast, and it went in a whole bunch of directions I wasn’t expecting. I wrote down about two pages of questions, and I think I asked three of them. You’ll hear what I mean – he has a lot to say on a variety of issues. This might be the most in-depth interview he’s ever done, and I hope you'll find it as fascinating as I did.

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Music heard in this episode:

Heroes Are Gang Leaders, "Hurt Cult" (Artificial Happiness Button)

James Brandon Lewis & Chad Taylor, "Under/Over the Rainbow" (Live in Willisau)

Apr 16 2020 · 1hr 50mins