Inside the World of Whistleblowers: A Conversation with Attorney Matt Stock
On this episode of inSecurities, Kurt and Chris discuss whistleblower rules and the explosion of tips from whistleblowers to the SEC and other government agencies in recent years. Joining them on this episode is Matt Stock, a Washington D.C. attorney who represents whistleblowers before the SEC and other regulatory agencies. Please note: CLE and CPE credit are not offered for listening to this podcast, and the views and opinions expressed within represent those of the speakers and not necessarily those of PLI.
How much do you know about the world of paintballing? I myself know NOTHING which is why I was so excited to welcome my guest this episode Matt Stock President of MEAN Tactical Paintball! We discuss how he got into the sport of paintball, the different tactics used in the game, the type of equipment used, how he prefers to play, the upcoming FIGHT FOR SICK KIDS event on June. 15th, the difference between playing on a team or free for all, playing at night, how having a MEAN BEARD effects his game and lots more fun stories! Be sure to check out MEAN Tactical Paintball on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MEANTacticalPaintball/Don't forget to hit that subscribe, follow and like button! Drop a comment if you have something to say or are interested in getting into paint balling!
Abandoned Vehicles of The Everglades with Charles Kropke + Matt Stock
Planted in Miami
Did you know that scattered throughout the vast landscape of the Everglades, far from the city lights of Miami, vehicles from another time, another era, are quietly resting amongst the mangroves and marshes? By using satellite imagery and investigating rumors, photographer Matt Stock and the brainchild of Abandoned Vehicles of the Everglades, Charles Kropke, go out into the darkness to explore the interaction of man versus nature by photographing these long forgotten relics of the past. By using a technique Matt refers to as ‘painting with light,’ he is able to create hyper-realistic nighttime images of vehicles such as Ford Model T’s, Studabakers, RV’s, and even drug smuggling airplanes while uncovering a side of the Everglades most people may not know exists. And by strictly photographing these cars in the darkness of night and by virtue of conversations like this one, Matt and Charles are dispelling the fears people might have of the Everglades once the sun goes down in this beautiful and highly endangered habitat. We hope you enjoy the conversation, Alex and Jeanette For behind the scenes photos, show notes and more visit www.plantedinmiami.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest @plantedinmiami