E52: Season 5 Episode 7 – The Field and Future of Virtual and Augmented Reality
In this episode, Tom Dunlap and Kurt Klaus of Dunlap, Bennett, and Ludwig chat with Will Gee, the CEO of Balti Virtual about the field and future of augmented and virtual reality. Listen in as they cover topics such as VR and the AR Cloud, the potential future of the industry and what Balti Virtual has learned through business culture, growth and working with some amazing clients.
Tom Dunlap chats with David Notowitz, of National Center for Audio & Forensics, and David Ludwig, of Dunlap, Bennett and Ludwig, about how much information is stored in digital evidence and why...
Tom Dunlap chats with Rhonda Miller, partner of Dunlap, Bennett & Ludwig, about how to protect your assets during a global pandemic and the presidential election. The Secure Act Rhonda...
In Season 4, Blackletter has covered a variety of topics, from nanoparticle technology to the challenges of enforcing non-compete agreements. We discuss how different areas of the law have been...
Tom Dunlap chats with Rob Wray, founder of Blue Star, a senior care technology company, Lisa Roden, owner of Shadow House Media Company, and Aimee McKinney, CMO of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig....
Defining Non-Competition Agreements A non-compete agreement is loosely defined as a signed contract or covenant that would restrict one of the parties from doing something they would...
What The Executive Orders Mean For The International Workforce These new restrictions are very frustrating to large companies and their workers alike because this makes getting a new...
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