A Podcast for CEOs, Corporate Counsel, & Entrepreneurs.

Season 2 Ep 05: Immigrating to the United States

Season 2 Ep 04: The Real Estate Industry

Season 2 Ep 03: The Music & Technology Industry

Season 2 Ep 02: The Changing Landscape of the Legal Market

Season 2 Ep 01: National & Cyber Security

Season 1 Ep 10: The Best of Blackletter: Season 1 in Review

Season 1 Ep 9: Employment Law

Season 1 Ep 8: Business Start Up

Season 1 Ep 7: The Alcohol Biz

Season 1 Ep 6: Business Litigation

Season 1 Ep 5: Trademark Adventures in Starting a Brewery

Season 1 Ep4: Intellectual Property in China

Season 1 Ep3 : The Underpinnings of Security Clearances

Season 1 Ep2: Legal & Creative Issues in Film Industry

Season 1 Ep1: Introduction to BlackLetter

About Us

Unconventional Business Wisdom and Educational Interviews for Corporate Counsel, Start-ups and CEOs.


Black letter laws are the well-established legal rules that are no longer subject to reasonable dispute.  Originally, "black letter"" was the Gothic  type-style which was used to set forth the law in England until the mid 18th century.  Every business is subject to so-called black letter laws.  This podcast brings famously experienced business people, lawyers, accountants, and anyone else in the realm of business to the table to share personal experiences that have shaped their business and to talk about how to handle black letter issues in creative ways.  

TED Talks - without the water breaks


TED Talks are great.  But if you don't have time to listen to a huge "concept speech", Blackletter is a quick jolt of timely information combined with humor and actual FREE business and legal counsel.

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 Tune in every week for something new.  Download our Vodcast or Podcast on iTunes or on the Google Play store. Our website has links to prior podcasts and actual useful resources and templates that we talk about in our show.


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