Join Martinson & Beason attorney Morris Lilienthal and attorney Joel Dilorenzo for a discussion on the Zantac® drug recall on Wednesday, August 26th at 11:00 AM (CST). Through an interactive question and answer format, Morris and Joel will be discussing why the medication was recalled, what dangers it poses to those who consumed it, and the current litigation against the manufacturers of Zantac®.
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The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, August 19th at 3 PM central time and will feature Coach Wade Waldrop. The head football coach at James Clemens High School will join Morris to discuss his coaching philosophy and how he’s handling this season with the impact of COVID-19.
Last year, Wade was named the Class 7-A Football Coach of the Year by the Alabama Football Coaches Association. He’s entering his eighth season as head coach for the Jets, where he’s led the team to four playoff appearances and one region championship.
Wade began his coaching career in 2000 at Fayetteville High School and moved to Chelsea High School two years later. Not only did he serve as Head Coach for the Boys Basketball team, but he was also the Defensive Backs and Quarterbacks coach for the football team at both schools..
In this episode, we’ll dive into Wade’s hands-on coaching methods, his style of play, and what the upcoming 2020 football season will look like as the Jets return to the field.
To watch this episode of the Mo Show Live with Wade Waldrop, tune in to Facebook Live or watch anytime at www.TheMoShow.Live. Additional episodes of the Mo Show Live are available on the YouTube Channel. The Mo Show welcomes your engagement through comments and messages. To submit a question, email Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The popular video conferencing platform Zoom has come under fire recently. There has been a growing chorus of concerns regarding the video chat software’s privacy and security flaws, prompting a U.S. Senator to ask the Federal Trade Commission to launch an investigation. Several state attorney generals have also probed Zoom about their flaws after many users, including some government officials, have reported harassment, known as “Zoombombing,” on the platform.
The COVID-19 outbreak has proven to be a challenging and difficult time for us all. With statistics and reports changing daily, it is a time filled with great uncertainty. As of March 31st, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 nation-wide has grown to 163,539. However, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that it could take up to 14 days after exposure for an individual to display symptoms, meaning this number is most likely higher. Because this virus spreads fast and there is currently no vaccine to prevent the disease, the CDC urges that the best way to prevent illness is to avoid exposure. This means avoiding close contact with others, washing your hands often, and staying home if you are sick.
The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Friday, January 3rd, 2020 at 3:00 PM and will feature Spencer Beaty, head men’s basketball coach of the Carter High School Hornets, located in Knox County, Tennessee. Morris and Coach Beaty will be discussing high school basketball, player development, and their upcoming Coaches vs. Cancer game benefiting the American Cancer Society. This episode will also feature a few of Coach Beaty’s players.
Coach Beaty was named the Hornets men’s head coach in 2018. He has previously coached the Sequoyah High School women’s basketball team and Gatlinburg-Pittman men’s basketball team where he was voted Coach of the Year. Coach Beaty was a four-year starter for Maryville College men’s basketball team, where Morris Lilienthal played football. After graduation, Coach Beaty stayed on at Maryville College as an associate head coach.
On January 24th, 2020, Coach Beaty’s Hornets will be participating in the Union County game in conjunction with Coaches vs. Cancer and Suits and Sneakers, which is sponsored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and college basketball. Halftime will feature a “fill the bucket” campaign to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Since 1993, coaches have raised nearly $100 million for the American Cancer Society. Knoxville TVA Credit Union is sponsoring the game and further donating towards the cause.
Tune in live via Facebook Live for the interview. Additional episodes of the Mo Show are available here. As always, the Mo Show welcomes your feedback. To submit a question, email Morris at email@example.com.