Our first episode of the new live video show, the LegalHour.live, was a huge success. This week’s topic was:
Can you trademark a popular hashtag like #MeToo #Covfefe or #NeverAgain? How about an original hashtag you created just for your business? (click here to watch this weeks recorded show).
During each episode of the LegalHour.live, creative and IP lawyer Joey Vitale and I share thirty-six years of combined legal experience to answer trending legal business questions. Our goal each week is to add massive value to you, your business and the social media community.
Please share this new weekly live video show with your family and friends. Join Mitch and Joey each week, right here, at the LegalHour.live #legalhour
It’s been a busy February. Here’s what we’ve been up to!
I’m getting ready to add a few new private interviews and valuable resources to the LegalMinds Mastermind (not just for lawyers). If you’re a professional who’s looking to up your game on the digital platforms in 2018, this is the place you want to be!
Social Media for Professionals
At the same time, we’ve started to create our new online course titled, “Social Media for Professionals.” This is where we’ll be sharing in an online modular format (text, audio and video), easy to understand and implement steps to help professionals to create top-of-mind awareness and expand their brands from local to global. The course goes live in December 2018. Get on my private email list for updates, pre-release “list only” substantial 50% discount pricing, and other benefits today!
The LegalHour.live is a brand new weekly live video show that I believe is going to be the best (and only?) talk show on business, digital, and the law. With my input as a litigation and trial lawyer and, Joey Vitale’s expert perspective as a lawyer specializing on the creative and Intellectual Property side of law and business, I believe this show is going to be very special.
Each week we’ll be covering trending topics and insider tips to help keep you and your business protected and empowered. Our first episode is Wednesday, March 7th at 2 pm ET and titled, “Can you Trademark a Popular Hashtag Like #MeToo #Covfefe or #NeverAgain?”
[For the time being, you can stay current with show episodes by following Joey and me on Twitter]
It was fun having famed criminal defense attorney, F. Lee Bailey, on TheShow.live
Lee’s many clients and cases have included (1) Sam Sheppard (inspiration for the television series The Fugitive and the 1993 movie staring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones; (2) Boston Strangler; (3) Patty Hearst- armed bank robberies after being kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA); and of course, (4) the OJ Simpson Case-his famous cross examination of Detective Mark Fuhrman was considered by many to be the key to Simpson’s acquittal. Bailey got the detective to claim, “marine to marine”, he never used the “N” word.
This Wednesday on TheShow.live (Facebook Live video show) we have the amazing Samantha “Sammi” Tucker as our special guest. In addition to representing our country in the 2016 Rio Olympics as a Paralympic Archer, she’s also a gifted public speaker and soon-to-be author (she’ll be sharing her story and core message about transformation and resiliency).
Join us Wednesday, May 31st at 4 pm ET, on the next episode of TheShow.live and between now and then, make sure to connect with Samantha Tucker on Facebook.
This past Tuesday on TheShow.Live we chatted about #VR #AR #MR and artificial intelligence (#AI) with industry and thought leaders Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. To date we’ve had more than 5,000 views and you can watch the recorded interview here on Facebook Live or below on Youtube.
Learn more about what’s on the horizon and how this technology is going to change your life. Find out why Robert and Shel wrote their new book, “The Fourth Transformation- How augmented reality and artificial intelligence change everything.” I also invite you to watch more past and upcoming interviews of people disrupting industries and creating change on our weekly livestreaming show, TheShow.live.
This past Wednesday on TheShow.live we shared social, legal, and influencer perspectives on the disastrous Fyre Festival. One of our guests was there and shared his on the ground first hand experience. Click here to watch the recorded show.
Not familiar with what happened at the Fyre Festival event? Here’s a short video from Mashable that tells part of the story. I think the music makes the video 😉 (click here or on the image to watch).
So what really happened? Was this an honest case of overreaching by the promoters of the event or simply another very public example of social media and Internet fraud at its finest?
Digital analyst, speaker, and author, Brian Solis, had this to say on Facebook (also see the spirited conversation in the comments below Brian’s post).