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Legaltech Moves: Wishart to Agiloft; Levine to ContractPodAi

Two notable people moves in the legal tech news this week. Wishart Joins Agiloft London-based Andy Wishart has left Thomson Reuters, where he was most recently vice president of drafting and productivity solutions, to join Agiloft, the California company that provides a no-code contract lifecycle management platform, where he will serve as chief product officer. Wishart was co-founder and chief technology officer of Business Integrity, developer of the contract automation software Contract Ex...
Tags: Law, California, Uncategorized, Thomson Reuters, University of Edinburgh, Andy, Jerry, Levine, Wishart, Eric Laughlin, Contract Express, Business Integrity, ContractPodAi, Jerry Levine, Agiloft, Wishart Joins Agiloft London


Saklatvala Mausoleum in New York

An email from my friend Kersi Shroff tipped me off on what turned out to be a great treasure hunt in search of the Saklatvala Mausoleum in the Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx in New York City. Kersi writes… The Woodlawn Cemetery has cuneiform inscription on the tomb of the then well-known Phirozshah Saklatvalla, whose mother was the sister of Jamshedi Nusserwanji Tata. Phirozshah became a U.S. Citizen in 1904, making him one of the earliest non-whites to be granted citizenship. Prof. John ...
Tags: History


UK coronavirus live: Boris Johnson tells MPs inquiry into Cummings would be waste of officials' time

Tory MPs still calling for Cummings to go amid fears furore around PM’s aide will distract from government’s public health messageBAME campaigners urge government to tackle race inequalities after high Covid-19 toll Can you catch coronavirus twice? What we know so farWorking mothers interrupted more than working fathers - studyGlobal coronavirus updates - liveSee all our coronavirus coverage 4.34pm BST Conservative MP Simon Hoare told the PM that, if his inbox is anything to go by, the natio...
Tags: Politics, UK, UK News, Boris Johnson, Cummings, Dominic Cummings, Wishart, Hoare, Simon Hoare, Coronavirus outbreak


Lightning That Got Away: Dan Boyle

No matter what team you cheer for in any sport, your franchise of choice will always have those players that you look back on and think… how did we let him go? That future All-Star who looked just average as a rookie, or a veteran that was traded just before they became a stalwart at their position. Related: Lightning That Got Away: Jonathan Marchessault Now we will look back on one of the Tampa Bay Lightning’s all-time great defensemen, Dan Boyle. While it may seem strange to say that Boy...
Tags: Florida, New York, Sport, Lightning, San Jose, AHL, Hockey, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Steve Yzerman, Anton Stralman, Tampa Bay


AMAR Foundation Strenghtens Financial Cmte

The Board of the*AMAR International Charitable Foundation is to expand and strengthen its Finance Committee. It will now be chaired by leading financial businessman and AMAR supporter, Mr Michael Boardman. The present Chairman, Mr Chris Frost is standing down, but will continue to advise AMAR in a different capacity. Jonathan Ayres, the Chief Financial Officer of United Trust Bank, who has been a member of the committee for the last five years, will also stand down. Mr Boardman will be joined...
Tags: Asia, Europe, UK, London, News, Iraq, Americas, US, Middle East, Iraq Business News, Baghdad, South Asia, Board, Standard Chartered Bank, Saudi Aramco, Amar


Nebraska lawmaker pitches medical cannabis ballot measure

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska residents could gain a constitutional right to use medical marijuana under a proposed ballot measure pending before lawmakers. Sen. Anna Wishart of Lincoln presented a state constitutional amendment to a legislative committee on Thursday, arguing that voters should decide the issue. Wishart introduced the amendment after several previous legalization bills […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nebraska, Lincoln, Lincoln Neb, Wishart, Nation & World Politics, Anna Wishart


Australia Gun Culture Part 8: Brucellosis Risk for Pig Hunters and Dogs

By Dean Weingarten Feral Pigs Dean Weingarten Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- Feral pigs in Australia are a serious pest. They destroy habitat and native species, and inflict large amounts of damage on crops. They are a favorite target of local hunters who shoot them as often as they can.Few people in the area near Quirindi (200 miles NW of Sydney), eat the wild pigs that are shot. I was puzzled by this, as meat prices are high, and the wild pork that I have eaten in California and Texas was exc...
Tags: Texas, Guns, Australia, California, Department Of Defense, Arizona, Sydney, Victoria, South Australia, NSW, Wishart, Hunting News, Dean Weingarten, Gun Watch, University of Wisconsin Pistol Team, Army Research Development Testing


Passion Pit – “Inner Dialogue” & “Somewhere Up There”

Passion Pit are sharing new music by way of Wishart Group's YouTube profile. Wishart is a new company that Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos founded that provides artists with legal, educational, and healthcare services. The company is based in New York. Check out two new Passion Pit songs -- "Inner Dialogue" and "Somewhere Up There" … More »
Tags: Music, New York Check, Wishart, Passion Pit, Wishart Group s YouTube, Michael Angelakos


What David Cameron’s Opponents Say About His Legacy

British Prime Minister David Cameron, who leaves office on Wednesday after barely six years in power, racked up political enemies at an impressive rate during his tenure. The main Labour opposition were furious at the fierce austerity measures he introduced in efforts to guide the country out of the financial crisis, yet were frustrated that, even with such unpopular policies, ‘Teflon Dave’ was unbeatable at the ballot box. The Liberal Democrats, with whom he formed a coalition government i...
Tags: Scotland, Iraq, Uncategorized, David Cameron, European Union, Labour, United Kingdom, House Of Commons, Cameron, SNP, National Health Service, Norman Lamb, Tony Blair, Jeremy Hunt, Office For National Statistics, Conservative Party


On the batting h-index

Kartikeya Date has written a post applying the h-index, originally designed as a measure of academics' research impact, to batsmen. The basic idea isn't original (see, e.g., this blog post with a related h-based stat; that post also cites a paper by Gangan Prathap which I can't read because it costs 35 euros to download), but Kartikeya's implementation seems to be novel.The definition of h-index is this: it is the largest integer h such that the batsman has made h scores of at least h. Combini...
Tags: Williams, Chris Martin, Clarke, Hobbs, Roy, Gillespie, Johnson, Dyson, Smith, Taylor, Sachin Tendulkar, Randall, Briggs, Cairns, Walcott, Ahmed


Yes, The Calorie Is Broken. Here's Why.

“For me, a calorie is a unit of measurement that’s a real pain in the rear.” Bo Nash is 38. He lives in Arlington, Texas, where he’s a technology director for a textbook publisher. And he’s 5’10” and 245 pounds – which means he is classed as obese. In an effort to lose weight, Nash uses an app to record the calories he consumes and a Fitbit band to track the energy he expends. These tools bring an apparent precision: Nash can quantify the calories in each cracker crunched and stair climbed. But...
Tags: Maryland, China, US, Harvard, United States, Harvard University, Fda, Illinois, Huffington Post, Nestle, Tufts University, University Of Alberta, Nico Pitney, Chang, McDonald, ARLINGTON Texas