On Verite Podcast: Interview with Pro Welter Weight Boxer Brian Ceballo of NYC
What’s going on Saturday, September 15, 2018? Something about HBO….
Interview with Top NJ-NY Personal Injury Attorney Rosemarie Arnold about the Civil Legal Process Involving Cases of Sexual Harassment and Assault
On January 24, 2018, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina sentenced Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor. That same week I sat with another Rosemarie and who has been on the SuperLawyers List in NJ and NY for over a decade. Meet Rosemarie Arnold, a personal injury civil attorney, who has been a powerful advocate for victims of sexual harassment and assault. For the majority of victims whose cases don’t make it to criminal court, there is the civil personal injury option, and this informative interview will help shed light on the process.
I’d like to thank Rosemarie Arnold and her team at her law firm for all the support. Director Photography Claudio Flaygolz, Editor Roman Rojas.
Interview with Linda Lajterman, Author of the Book Life After You- What Your Death from Drugs Leaves Behind
Linda Lajterman shares how losing her 19-year-old son Danny to a drug overdose motivated her to write about her tragedy in the poignant letter Dear Friends, and how her words touched addicts and their families all over the world.
The tremendous connection that so many people had to her story inspired her write the book, Life After You -What Your Death from Drugs Leaves Behind, which presents a sobering and authentic picture of death from a drug overdose and the aftermath that follows, such as in Chapter 5: Your Death and Chapter 6: Your Funeral.
Linda hopes her book, which also addresses long-term debilitating health issues due to drug abuse, can help our youth and families engage in open conversations about how to cope with the epidemic. Her mission is to help people with drug addiction to seek help from loved ones instead of struggling in isolation.
On Vérité with Emmy Nominated Director-Writer-Producer Reinaldo Marcus Green
“What do you wish you had known on your first independent film?”
Reinaldo Marcus Green, one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film (2015) and recipient of the Spike Lee Film Production Grant 2016 (Monsters and Men,) shares best practices for independent filmmakers.
Watch Reinaldo Marcus Green’s acclaimed short film STOP—a young man’s livelihood is put to the test when he gets profiled and stopped by the police on his way home from practice, courtesy of Conde Nast’s streaming platform The Scene.