THE LAW FIRM NEW ZEALAND TRUSTS

Cone Marshall Barristers and Solicitors Limited is a law company located at Auckland in New Zealand and works with worldwide families and their advisors. The company started in the year 2007 as a New Zealand limited company. It has been in the market industry for eight years now with a range of about 11 to 50 employees. The company’s office address is Cone Marshall Ltd, Level 3, 18 Stanley Street, Auckland Central, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand. Since Cone Marshall Ltd. started, the company has been managed by a maximum of three directors, including Geoffrey Cone, who is a graduate of University of Otago, New Zealand, with LLB honors.

Cone Marshall Ltd. helps by creating New Zealand trusts, corporations, and firms, and also assists by providing comprehensive wealth planning guidance. However, it does not look for private customers. Instead, they offer services to various sectors such as private banks and other organizations that are located outside New Zealand, to help them in scheduling for their customers. The company’s primary objective is to institute structures and provide the full local tax and structuring recommendations to its clients.

The company also focuses on various areas such as competition litigation in which it covers general questions in competition litigation law and regulations. This includes short-term remedies, ultimate remedies, settlement, expenses, leniency and anticipated reforms. In Aviation Law, Cone Marshall Ltd. covers common issues in aviation laws and regulations that include aircraft business, finance, and leasing, and dispute resolution, commercial and regulatory to its clients.

In Corporate Tax, the company covers standard of corporate tax rules and regulations that include the capital increase, overseas income, real estate and anti-avoidance, the company also deals with Copyright issues in which it covers all the general matters in copyright law and regulations. These rules include copyright subsistence, ownership, copyright enforcement, criminal offenses and copyright infringement.

As a law firm, Cone Marshall Ltd. has partnered with different types of organizations such as American Bar Association, Association for International Arbitration, Corporate Lawyers of South Africa and International Chamber of Commerce to achieve its objectives of reaching out the worldwide families.

Securus Technologies responds

Securus Technologies, Inc. is a service provider for 1.2 million people serving time in North America. It gives a communication avenue for detainees, government data, and parole officers. It is certified by the Better Business Bureau.

It extends over 2600 prisons in 45 states, Mexico, Canada and the District of Columbia. Securus has its main office and four regional offices in Dallas, Texas. Another branch is in Georgia. The technical services provided include:

  • Emergency response
  • Inmate self-service
  • Incident management
  • Biometric analysis
  • Communication
  • Investigation
  • Information management
  • Monitoring services
  • Public information

 

On June 7th, 2016, Global Tel Links (GTL) released information which has since been corrected by Securus.

  1. The first claim stated that GTL is allowed to pursue sanctions and compensation from Securus in pending lawsuits in the Federal Court of Texas, concerning the 816 patent being “PTAB-validated”.Securus seeks to rehear the allegations that have been long overdue, making the compensation claimed is invalid.
  2. Securus also corrected information that it infringes GTL’s video visitation monitoring tools. It also added that GTL doesn’t own the security feature.

iii. Unlike the claims by GTL that PTAB had found the innovations to be cleared, allowing them to reinstate their case in court, Securus denied the patentability of the devices by

PTAB.

  1. GTL informed the public that the case was four months from rehearing, in a bid to prove their claims as true. Securus is confident that the jury will be just in the session, which they presume will happen after 2016.
  2. Securus further confirmed that GTL’s surveillance devices are not in use by them. Hence there would be no injunction.
  3. Securus denied the allegations by GTL of trying to gain by settling issues independently. It reported that the former settlements were a result of quick and amicable negotiations between the companies involved. It also revisited the patent and patent metrics they hold, stating them to be more than those of GTL.

The chief executive officer of Securus perceives GTL to be making a flawed judgment in their litigation methodology against them, citing the massive financial loss that GTL will incur.

 

Adam Goldenberg Shows You Don’t Have To Be An Expert In A Field To Make It Work

Adam Goldenberg is becoming a new popular name in the fashion retail industry, but some still wonder how a man like him with almost no background in this industry could build such a successful company. A lot of it is because Goldenberg has values that have carried his company to success very fast over the last five years on Huffington Post. First, Goldenberg isn’t likely to fix what isn’t broken. If his customers like something, he’s sure to keep it. Second, Goldenberg doesn’t just follow the latest business trend, but instead works to make his company unique and true to its core philosophies. And last but not least, Goldenberg and his Co-CEO Don Ressler have fun at work.

How Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler came to start JustFab is really quite remarkable, as they both left the MySpace company right when most thought it was becoming the next big thing. Adam Goldenberg had previously started his own marketing company, Gamer’s Alliance back in 1996, and MySpace’s parent company, Intermix Media saw Goldenberg’s potential and hired him before he even went to college. Goldenberg contributed a lot to Intermix Media, and at only age 20, he became the youngest Chief Operating Officer ever to work for a publicly traded company at http://vator.tv/person/adam-goldenberg. While serving as COO, he met Don Ressler who had founded FitnessHeaven.com, and the two began starting up small businesses under Intermix Media’s roof.

For a while, Goldenberg and Ressler enjoyed their time at the company, but then when NewsCorp bought Intermix Media out, a profitable company that Adam Goldenberg and Ressler had worked so hard to build became shoved aside. Goldenberg and Ressler then did the unthinkable and left Intermix Media, deciding instead to start their own business brands. The first company they started was Intelligent Beauty, a distributor of health and beauty products, and later they started Brentwood Cosmetics.

Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg decided to go to the next level and startup a fashion line. What they wanted was a company that sold highly affordable but stylish apparel, and one that would spend hardly anything on marketing. That company became JustFab, a business that became highly attractive to both fashion models and venture capital providers. The company sold everything from denim jeans to fancy dresses and handbags, and soon JustFab branched out into athletic wear at Fabletics and FL2, and also men’s attire as well as children. The company has been valued at over $1 billion after reaching $300 million in funding.

Billy McFarland is making dreams come true

Billy McFarland is a leading and very successful tech entrepreneur who grew up in Short Hills, New Jersey, was born in New York City and continues to be ambitious in all aspects of his life. McFarland founded and became the CEO of Magnises in 2014 and it has become the fastest growing company globally. Through Magnises, Billy is currently serving members in the New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington DC areas.

His Accelerate Foundation is helping professional athletes in every sport to get into the workforce by pairing them up with seasoned mentors. With the help of this foundation, they are able to become successful off of the field, gain financial security, and to get connected to jobs.

Magnises is a reflection of McFarland’s passion and perseverance. The company started with only 200 people and a sheet of metal, but with his careful guidance has grown to include over thirty thousand members and continues to reach the tech, fashion, entertainment, and fitness industries.

Billy is known as a “tech wiz” by Business Insider, a “mastermind” by Bloomberg, and a “natural entrepreneur” by CNBC.

His passion and talent for bringing people and communities together through the use of technology began when he was just twelve years old. He used to hide computers in order to teach himself coding and at the age of fourteen he had founded his first company. Before graduating high school he founded and acquired several companies as well.

Billy McFarland studied engineering at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania and in his freshman year he founded the ad-tech company, Spling, which is a site that helps its users to improve the appearance of URLs by converting text links into organized graphic, mosiac images on bulliten boards in the virtual world. His customers include but are not limited to Hearst, Universal, and Discovery.

He launched Magnesis in 2013 with a motivation to connect people and ideas. Learning Entrepreneurship Through Active Participation, or LEAP, is helping inquisitive middle and high school students to pursue their careers in technology and business. Through McFarland’s LEAP program young minds learn the fundamentals of business, leadership, teamwork, coding, and entrepreneurship. McFarland wants to nurture the same passion he has in young students so they can earn the same success he has had without having to hide their keyboards or learn a lot of their lessons the hard way.

McFarland has put his creative mind to work and has built an empire of knowledge and skills that allow future entrepreneurs to tap into in order to create something amazing as well.