Author Adah Kennon Ph.D. to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, January 18, 2019 / — Dr. Adah F. Kennon worked for 30 years plus as a top notch school psychologist and counselor. She is the owner of Sheba Enterprises, the author of Patient or Profit: Where is the Love? and creator of She holds four advanced degrees including a Ph.D. and three Master’s Degrees in psychology, education and counseling.

Patient or Profit: Where is the Love? is a survival manual and a self-empowerment tool. “My husband was tragically stricken with kidney disease,” says Dr. Kennon. “ I never had to take care of anyone on this level. Suddenly due to medical errors my husband became ill and my life totally changed. New issues surfaced daily, and I realized that there wasn’t anything suitable to address my unique responsibilities as a caregiver. So I decided to take control of my situation and to assist others by sharing what I learned.”

“The most critical issue facing us was how to get access to life-saving prescription medication,” says Dr. Kennon.

Encouraged by her husband, Dr. Kennon wrote her book out of anger and frustration with big pharma, the healthcare industry and the federal government. Her husband is an 88-year-old WWII and Korean War honorably retired African American Army veteran. He enlisted in 1948 and was promised free health care. Instead he became the victim of bait and switch when that promise was broken. The book chronicles their journey to overcome the prior authorization process. Readers learn how this happened and how they fought back.

“Health Care is the number one issue in America,” says Dr. Kennon. “ No one can argue the benefit of low health care costs and having a lot of heath care plans to choose from. But what difference does it make if in your hour of need you don’t get what you thought you paid for. Most people know more about the details of their grocery lists than they do about the fine print in their health insurance plans. And to make matters worse, distractions are being used to keep people ignorant of what they really need to know. That worries me, because I know what this can do to the quality of a person’s life.”

“There are some good health insurance plans out there. However, my book presents strategies to counter the misuse and abuse of the prior authorization process by those using it to further their profit and not patient welfare.”

Her website and blog are designed to empower caregivers by sharing knowledge and encouragement.

“I have had tremendous response,” says Dr. Kennon. “ In fact, my book was profiled in “The ROCKET Newsletter” (Summer 2018), a publication of The ROCKS, Inc. which is the premiere and largest professional military officers’ organization for Army Officers, Warrant Officers and Department of the Army Civilians.”

Patient or Profit: Where is the Love? Is available via the author website (complementary autograph included), and Amazon.

CUTV News Radio will feature Dr. Adah Kennon in an interview with Jim Masters on Monday January 21st at 3 p.m. EST.

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Suicide Assessments Linked to Possible Increase in Suicide Risk

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health.

Antidepressants Kill

CCHR launches campaign to raise awareness on the plausible link between suicides, the reliance on suicide risk assessments and the use of antidepressants.

With 1 in 6 Americans currently taking psychotropic drugs it is vital for people to know the truth about suicide risk assessments and psychiatric drug side effects.”

— Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FL, USA, January 16, 2019 / — The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) of Florida, a non-profit mental health watchdog that exposes human rights violations and helps to enact consumer protections, is holding an open house this month at their center located at 109 N. Fort Harrison Avenue in downtown Clearwater to raise awareness on the subject of the possible link between suicides and the reliance on suicide risk assessments and antidepressant use.

Each year an average of 44,965 people take their own life in the United States making it the 10th leading cause of death for Americans. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide deaths were more than double those due to homicides in 2015, which means that for every murder reported in the news, there were at least 2 other deaths that occurred due to suicide. [1] [2] [3]

In response, CCHR Florida launched a campaign to educate individuals on the connection between the use of antidepressants, the reliance on suicide risk assessments and death by suicide. As part of this campaign CCHR is hosting an open house where visitors will be able to obtain information on how suicide risk assessments may increase the risk of suicide, psychiatric drug side effects and alternative solutions.

An article published under Mental Health in Scientific American in March of 2017, reported that new research of the past 40 years of suicide risk assessments research suggests that not only do these assessments not help but may actually cause harm by increasing the risk of suicide. [4] [5]

According to the article, “there has been no improvement in the accuracy of suicide risk assessments over the past 40 years” and “no statistical way of identifying individuals with a high risk of suicide exists.”

Using these ineffective suicide risk assessment, individuals are labeled with depression or suicidal ideation and then in many cases receive prescriptions for dangerous psychotropic drugs which come with known side effects that encourage the exact symptoms they are marketed to treat, suicide and suicidal ideation. One common antidepressant, Celexa, is linked to a staggering 559 cases of documented suicide. [6]

“With 1 in 6 Americans currently taking psychotropic drugs it is vital for people to know the truth about suicide risk assessments and psychiatric drug side effects,” said Diane Stein, president of the Florida chapter of CCHR. [7]

For more information on the open house, the truth about psychiatric drugs or for information on alternative solutions please call 727-442-8820.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit


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CCHR – Antidepressants & Child Suicides: Candace’s Story

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Teamwork Creates a 2019 Five Star Wealth Manager Sutherland




Five Star Professional and Los Angeles magazine have honored Simple Impact's female Founder, Shannon M. Sutherland, with the 2019 Five Star Wealth Manager award

Partnering with our clients to help them put their time, money, and resources into getting what they really want is our mission.”

— Shannon M. Sutherland

CALABASAS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, January 15, 2019 / — Teamwork Creates a 2019 Five Star Wealth Manager Sutherland
Clients look to her for guidance and philosophy.

Recognizing wealth managers who show a commitment to clients, Five Star Professional and Los Angeles magazine have honored Simple Impact LLC's female Founder, Shannon M. Sutherland, better known as Shane, with the 2019 Five Star Wealth Manager award for her outstanding service. This is the 5th time in the last 7 years that she has won this accolade.

“We develop trust by challenging each other. We constantly ‘ASK HOW’ can we create better outcomes?” said Sutherland.

Based on 10 objective eligibility and evaluation criteria, including a minimum of 5 years as an active credentialed financial professional, favorable regulatory and complaint history, accepts new clients, client retention rates, client assets administered, education, and professional designations. The Five Star Wealth Manager award is given to a select group. 3,528 Los Angeles area wealth managers were considered for the award; 154 (4 percent of candidates) were named 2019 Five Star Wealth Managers. (The criteria provided reflects the most recent year for which advisor received the award. The criteria used, the number of wealth managers considered for the award, and the percentage of those who receive the award, may vary from year to year). These awards are not indicative of the wealth managers' future performance. Your experiences may vary. For more information, please visit

“We help our clients invest and live intentionally. It is an honor to be recognized for providing quality service and financial advice,” said Sutherland. " Partnering with our clients to help them put their time, money, and resources into getting what they really want is our mission."

About Simple Impact LLC:
Simple Impact LLC was founded in 2014 by veteran financial advisor Shannon M. Sutherland to offer holistic planning services and investment model strategies that align with client’s values and long term goals. Sutherland is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary® and discretionary portfolio manager for millions of dollars. Simple Impact LLC is committed to the personal financial growth and confidence of female and LGBTQ leaders. In addition to developing investment plans for executives and professionals, Sutherland offers a unique gender filter when establishing investment portfolios. Sutherland and her team are speaking up at organizations with a mission to support women and the LGBTQ community. She further serves the community by offering free 15 minute financial phone reviews.
Simple Impact LLC is partnered with the nation’s largest privately held broker/dealer, Commonwealth Financial Network®, founded in 1979. With more than 1,710 producing advisors and a home office support staff of a little more than 800, Commonwealth advisors' combined account assets are approximately $100 billion with $1.2 billion in revenues in 2017. Commonwealth is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, and San Diego, California.


Shãn Sutherland (CA Insurance Lic. #0D28620) is a Registered Representative and an Investment Adviser Representative with/and offers securities and advisory services through Commonwealth Financial Network®, Member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Fixed insurance products and services offered by Simple Impact or CES Insurance Agency.

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ZE PowerGroup Inc. announced the successful completion of the SOC 1 Type 2 report

ZE PowerGroup

Providing additional assurances that data protection, privacy, confidentiality, and reporting controls are in place for our Clients

Our customers entrust us to manage and maintain their mission-critical data infrastructure on a daily basis, so we take great pride in having achieved this certification”

— Dr. Zak El-Ramly, CEO

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, January 15, 2019 / — ZE PowerGroup Inc. (“ZE”), a global leader in data integration, management and analytics announced the successful completion of its first Service Organization Control (SOC) 1 Type 2 audit report for the ZEMA™ Hosted and ZEMA Managed System. Conducted by Ernst & Young LLP, a leading, global professional services firm, the audit attests the suitability and operating effectiveness of controls ZE has in place, relevant to user entities’ internal control over the financial report.

As companies increasingly use outside vendors to provide mission-critical systems and services, there is a need for more trust and transparency into cloud service providers’ operations, processes, and operating effectiveness. ZE’s SOC 1 Type 2 report verifies the operating effectiveness of internal controls which have been designed and implemented to meet the clients’ requirements for ZEMA Hosted and ZEMA Managed System. This independent validation of internal controls provides transparency and trust for clients that rely on ZEMA for mission-critical applications.
“With SOC 1 Type 2 report we can demonstrate to our clients the reliability and continued integrity of processes and procedures that are in place,” said Thorsten Gutsche, VP of Operations. “As a customer-centric organization, we want to ensure that we surpass our clients’ expectations, contractual commitments, and regulatory requirements while lowering inherent risks by consistent and effective execution of suitably designed internal controls.”

“Our customers entrust us to manage and maintain their mission-critical data infrastructure on a daily basis, so we take great pride in having achieved this certification,” said Dr. Zak El-Ramly, CEO. “This successful in-depth audit that took several months to complete, demonstrates our commitment to service excellence and provides proof that our internal technologies and processes provide the highest levels of security and availability to our current and future customers globally.”

In addition to being SOC 1 Type 2 certified, Dr. Zak El-Ramly, CEO was also named EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2018, for the category of Cleantech, in addition to ZE PowerGroup winning the Richmond Chambers of Commerce Large Business of the Year Business Excellence Award 2018. More information on the SOC 1 Type 2 certification can be found on ZE’s blog.

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Why Cash Rides are Bad for Uber or Lyft Drivers with TLC Leasing

Friendly TLC Rentals & Leasing - Why Cash Rides are Bad for Uber or Lyft Drivers with TLC Leasing

Friendly TLC Rentals & Leasing – Why Cash Rides are Bad for Uber or Lyft Drivers with TLC Leasing

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For Uber or Lyft drivers who drive their own vehicles or use TLC car leasing, taking cash is a bad idea for keeping your business running

For Uber or Lyft drivers who drive their own vehicles or use TLC car leasing, taking cash is a bad idea for keeping your business running”

— Friendly,

BROOKLYN, NY, UNITED STATES, January 15, 2019 / — For those who have been using their own vehicles or rent a TLC car for Uber or Lyft business, there have probably been occasions when a passenger will offer cash for a ride. Perhaps it’s a friend or relative or someone who doesn’t have a way to pay on the app, but in all cases your answer should be a resounding no.

Called Back Door Ubering, the practice of taking cash for drivers who use TLC car leasing or perhaps own their own vehicle is quite common. In fact, many are taking cash on a daily basis, especially in light of the new Upfront Pricing that has been put into place. Admittedly, there are subtle benefits from taking cash for both drivers and passengers since they get to earn or save a little more money.

However, there are good reasons why you should never accept cash from a passenger, especially in light of the strict rules that Uber and Lyft have put into place.

Deactivation: If you are caught taking a cash ride, Uber and Lyft will most likely deactivate you and your business with them is over. All it takes is one report and that may be enough to remove you from Uber or Lyft.

No Insurance: Another, perhaps even better reason why cash rides should be avoided is that the passenger is not covered by Uber and Lyft’s million-dollar liability insurance. So, if an accident happens and your passenger is injured, you can be left holding the medical bill. You might be covered by the insurance and you have a small amount of out-of-pocket expenses that Uber and Lyft provide, but that is nowhere near enough to cover a substantial injury to a passenger.

Basically, there is no easy way out if an accident should occur with a passenger paying cash. Using the Uber or Lyft app means that they are covered as they are registered in the system. About the only way you are covered is if you have full commercial coverage insurance which is the most expensive you can purchase. Few people have such coverage for obvious reasons, mostly because of rideshare coverage.

However, rideshare coverage does not protect you in case of an accident when the passenger is injured. Lying to your insurance company about the situation is a non-starter as well since if they find out, they will cancel your coverage. Plus, it is insurance fraud which is a felony.

The danger for Uber or Lyft driver using TLC leasing or their own vehicles is that the temptation for cash rides is strong given how accidents are infrequent. Just remember that the chances of an accident happening are the same each time you drive, so the best move for those who use their own vehicles or take advantage of TLC car leasing is to not accept cash rides at all.

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Health Care Transformation Task Force Releases Clinical Episode Model Resources for Commercial Payers

Essential Bundled Payment Design Elements

New Tools Support Payers and Providers in Establishing Commercial Value Contracts

Clinical episode value models are common in both Medicare and several state Medicaid programs. A significant opportunity for uptake of these models in commercial markets remains.”

— Jeff Micklos, Executive Director, HCTTF

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, January 15, 2019 / — The Health Care Transformation Task Force (HCTTF or Task Force), a group of leading health care payers, providers, purchasers and patient organizations, today released a set of resources to support effective implementation of clinical episode models in the commercial market.

“These tools will help to simplify the process for payers and providers to develop bundled payment arrangements to drive high-quality, patient-centered specialty care for their patients,” said Dave Terry, CEO of Archway Health and co-chair of the Task Force’s Advanced Payer/Provider Partnerships Work Group. “The promising results from bundled payment initiatives in the Medicare program demonstrate that there is significant potential for clinical episode models to drive cost savings and quality improvements in the commercial market.”

The new whitepaper, Episode Groupers: Key Considerations for Implementing Clinical Episode Models, examines the role of episode groupers within the context of clinical episode payments and offers a framework for decision makers to assess various options. The Task Force also released a new contracting guidance document, Clinical Episode Contracting for Commercial Payers, to support payers and providers in launching commercial-sector clinical episode payment arrangements.

“Clinical episode value models are common in both Medicare and several state Medicaid programs,” said Jeff Micklos, Executive Director of the Task Force. “A significant opportunity for uptake of these models in commercial markets remains.”

“We see bundled payments as a crucial mechanism to engage specialists in value-based care delivery,” said Erin Smith, Director of Payment Innovation at Anthem, Inc. “Working from a common framework of essential bundled payment design elements helps us in establishing strong relationships with our provider partners.”

The development of these resources was overseen by the HCTTF Advanced/Payer Provider Partnerships Work Group, which serves as a forum for vanguard organizations to discuss the “future state” needs for value-based payment arrangements and share lessons learned by organizations trying to scale advanced payment models.

The resources build upon the bundled payment framework developed by the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network to provide implementation-focused design elements and operational considerations for episode payment models to succeed.

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The Health Care Transformation Task Force is a unique collaboration of patients, payers, providers and purchasers working to lead a sweeping transformation of the health care system. By transitioning to value-based models that support the Triple Aim of better health, better care and lower costs, the Task Force is committed to accelerating the transformation to value in health care.

TASK FORCE MEMBERS: Aetna • agilon health • Aledade • American Academy of Family Physicians • Anthem, Inc. • ApolloMed • Archway Health • Ascension • Atrius Health • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan • Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina • Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina • CareCentrix • ChenMed • Clarify • Cleveland Clinic • Community Catalyst • ConcertoHealth • Dignity Health • Encompass Health • Evolent Health • Geisinger • HRHCare • Kaiser Permanente • Mark McClellan • National Health Law Program • National Partnership for Women & Families • OSF HealthCare • Pacific Business Group on Health • Partners Healthcare • PatientPing • Premier • Remedy Partners • SCL Health • Sentara Healthcare • Trinity Health • True Health New Mexico • Tucson Medical Center • Washington State Health Care Authority • UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust

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Restoration Dry Cleaners (RDC) Joins Evans Garment Restoration

LONG ISLAND, NY, UNITED STATES, January 15, 2019 / — Restoration Dry Cleaners (RDC) has announced that it has joined a growing family of premium restorers of textiles affected by floods, fires, and other disasters. The Franchise, led by industry leader Evans Garment Restoration, provides premium restoration services for clothes, drapes, furs, linens, leather and suede, rugs, and specialty textiles that have been exposed to water and smoke.

The high-tech but gentle process can only be completed in specialty restoration plants by specially trained staff using Evans quality management system. Evans Garment Restoration is one of a few in the entire United States with the demonstrated ability to consistently deliver by using Artificial Intelligence, data, and the most innovative patented processes. The company will provide service to New York metro using the franchise tag Evans Garment Restoration of New York.

“Restoration Dry Cleaners (RDC) brings to the Evans Garment Restoration family over a decade of textile restoration experience, offering “Best in Class” service to Long Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Westchester counties. With another strategic Evans location utilizing our patented processes for restoring textiles, Insurance companies will have a turn-Key solution for their customers in New York metro” said Joel Lyons, President of Evans Garment Restoration. “New York with its density and demographic needs premier textile operators and now Evans Garment Restoration of New York is one of the most high-performance cleaners in the region. ”

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Schwartz Law Announces New Partners, Name Change

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, January 14, 2019 / — NEW YORK, NY – Schwartz Law is proud to announce that the firm has changed its name to Schwartz, Conroy & Hack, acknowledging the significant, ongoing contributions of two firm partners, Matthew Conroy and Michail Hack.

Over the past 25 years, the attorneys at Schwartz Law have gained national prominence in obtaining recoveries for their policy holder clients against insurance companies. The firm and its attorneys have secured countless settlements, and have won cases and favorable court decisions that benefit insurance policy holders nationwide.

Evan Schwartz is the firm’s founder and will continue as CEO and managing partner. He is a highly skilled litigator in the niche area of insurance recovery claims and litigation, as well as in complex federal and state litigation. Mr. Schwartz continues to manage claims and lawsuits against insurance companies in federal and state courts across the country.

Principal trial attorney Matt Conroy is a seasoned trial lawyer, and has successfully tried more than 40 cases, which includes more than 30 jury verdicts. He has helped numerous clients prosecute and defend complex business, health care, insurance recovery and real property matters.

Michail Hack has been with the firm for nearly 20 years. He is a seasoned insurance recovery lawyer, litigator, ERISA practitioner and director of the disability and long term care claims management services group. He is widely respected and nationally known in the field of Disability Income and Long Term Disability Insurance.

“I am extraordinarily pleased to have Matt and Michail working with me as the firm continues to grow,” said Evan Schwartz. “Our mission is to protect and enforce the rights of business and individual insurance policy holders against their insurance companies, and we intend to make insurance companies keep their promises for many years to come.”

“It’s been an honor to play an integral part in growing this firm,” said Mr. Conroy. “I look forward to continuing the rewarding work we do by protecting and enforcing the rights of insureds against their insurance companies. It’s been a true privilege to work alongside Evan and Michail, and I hope to do so for the remainder of my career.”

“Nothing has made me more proud in my professional life than partnering with Evan and Matt and continuing the great work that we have done together for so many years,” said Mr. Hack. “I look forward to working collaboratively with our entire team to serve the needs of our clients and to protect them.”

About Schwartz, Conroy & Hack
Schwartz, Conroy & Hack is a nationally recognized law firm that represents insurance policy holders in claims and litigation against their insurance companies. For more information, please visit or contact us at (800) 745-1755.

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IRS Changes Cellphone Deduction Laws, mobilityView the Only Way to Comply Says America's Leading Tax Planning Expert

mobilityView recommended in the 2019, 36th edition, of Jeff A. Schnepper ‘s bestselling book, ‘How to Pay Zero Taxes’

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA, January 14, 2019 / — Toronto, 14th January 2019 – Jeff A. Schnepper (Cherry Hill, NJ) – America’s leading, if not number one, tax planning expert for the last 35 years is recommending that every employer and employee in the USA use mobilityView’s Mobile Cost Management (MCM) solution.

Jeff’s book ‘How to Pay Zero Taxes’ is now in its 36th edition and is a testament not only to his stature and expertise in the USA, but also to the popularity of his book. For over three decades ‘How to Pay Zero Taxes’ has helped business owners and employees save money on their taxes. In all this time Jeff has not seen a solution, such as mobilityView’s, capable of tracking every call, text message and data byte in real-time, delivering detailed tax compliant reports showing business / personal usage and cost calculations.

“Effective January 1st 2018 there have been significant changes to the Tax Code that affect every employee and employer in the country. A solution like mobilityView is the best tool that can keep employers and employees tax compliant as it pertains to the specific changes in the Tax Code around cellphone and portable computer deductions. I was so impressed that they are featured in the 36th edition of my best selling book ‘How to Pay Zero Taxes’,” said Jeff Schnepper.

With many individuals and companies still unaware of the tax exposure with respect to their cellphones, mobilityView CEO, Thom Damstra, provides some timely advice in managing this issue, “Global tax authorities have for years required employers and employees to keep a mileage book for the personal use of a corporately provided automobile (corporate provided asset / car) and / or the business usage of a personal automobile (bring your own asset / car). Effective January 1st 2018 the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) now requires a mileage book for the cellphone and wireless subscription plan. Business and personal usage is required to be documented and substantiated for every call, sms, and packet of data. The new IRS requirement applies in ALL scenarios including:

• Corporate paid cellphone and / or wireless subscription plan
• Employee provided cellphone and / or wireless subscription plan with reimbursement via a Stipend (monthly allowance, defined by the employer, and paid to the employee for business use of a cellphone), full expense reimbursement or partial expense reimbursement

All the following wireless deployment strategies, used by employers, are affected by the new changes from the IRS:

• COPE (Company Owned/Personally Enabled)
• COBO (Company Owned/Business Only)
• COLD (Corporately Owned Locked Down)
• CYOD (Choose Your Own Device)
• BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
• BYOO (Bring Your Own Operator)
• Stipend (monthly allowance, defined by the employer, and paid to the employee for business use of a cellphone).”

Consider purchasing ‘How to Pay Zero Taxes’ by Jeff Schnepper to obtain a 60 day free trial, and a special purchase discount, for mobilityView’s MCM (Mobile Cost Management) cloud service, which can track usage & cost to the penny – all calls, text messages and data – and automatically creates detailed tax compliant reports showing business / personal usage and cost calculations.

The MCM Platform by mobilityView is a cloud service that enables individuals to properly account for the business and personal usage and cost of a mobile smart device (smartphone, tablet, phablet, etc.). The technology has been patented in the USA (and in 3 continents) and is patents pending in over 83 other countries. The tool is great for any individual to automate their mobile smart device expense claim process for economic reimbursement and accounts for voice, SMS, data and roaming scenarios. The solution is also highly applicable for businesses of any size, seeking to only pay for business usage of mobile assets. It provides a complete view of all mobile costs, previously not thought possible.

Employers can sleep at night knowing that their costs are contained and employees can experience mobile democracy – they are freed up to do whatever they want on their mobile device: Play video games, watch movies; engage in social media with utter privacy. “The MCM Platform provides clear unequivocal and immediate return on investment for businesses of any size”, said Thom Damstra, CEO of mobilityView. “The flexibility of the platform opens up the tantalizing possibilities to simultaneously reduce cost, provide new flexi benefits, and increase the usage of mobility within any organization. Until now these three simultaneous benefits have been impossible to deliver.”

About Jeff A. Schnepper

Jeff A. Schnepper (Cherry Hill, NJ) is the author of multiple books on finance and taxation, including all previous editions of ‘How to Pay Zero Taxes’. He is a financial, tax, and legal advisor for Estate Planning of Delaware Valley and operates a tax, accounting, and legal practice in Cherry Hill, NJ.
He has been invited to the White House to consult in tax law changes and has testified multiple times before the Senate Finance Committee and The House Ways & Means Committee. He was Microsoft’s MSN Tax Expert for 16 years and is economic editor for USA Today and tax counsel for Haran, Watson & Company.

About mobilityView

mobilityView’s Smart Business Insight (SBI) Platform drives a series of solutions, such as the MCM Platform, which all deliver quantifiable and unambiguous digital transformation. The solutions are applicable for businesses of all sizes, as a function of data-driven insights from mobile smart devices (smart phones, phablets, tablets, etc.). mobilityView exists to drive business process change that results in accelerating the achievement of business goals and objectives, and profitability.

mobilityView enables any business to align mobile smart devices to business goals and objectives, to drive efficiency and profitability, plus an increase in measurable sales and marketing engagement effectiveness with customers. mobilityView transforms mobile smart devices into powerful strategic assets driving measurable productivity improvements and lower costs for a leaner, more competitive, business.

mobilityView enables businesses to gain insight, understand mobile spend, reduce mobile costs and simplify mobile expenses, to ensure tax compliance, while putting end users in control of their own privacy. The solution allows enterprises to be data-driven, customer centric and have the right combination of ideas and information to make the strategic decisions.

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, mobilityView was incorporated in 2014, with an impressive Board of Directors, very knowledgeable of enterprise mobility, focused on growth and good governance. To find out more, please visit our website at


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Whiteford Expands Sports Law Practice with Addition of Ricky Lefft

Ricky Lefft

Whiteford Expands Sports Law Practice with Addition Ricky Lefft. Over 30 years' experience advising professional athletes, coaches and athletic administrators

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, January 11, 2019 / — Whiteford Expands Sports Law Practice with Addition of Ricky Lefft

January 11, 2019

Baltimore–Whiteford Taylor & Preston announced today that Joseph R. “Ricky” Lefft has joined the firm. A leading sports law attorney, Mr. Lefft has over 30 years of experience advising professional athletes, coaches and athletic administrators on their professional and personal business matters. His clients have included Coaches Tubby Smith, Frank Haith, Bobby Lutz, Rod Barnes, Kevin Ollie, Cy Alexander, Todd Bozeman, Audra Smith, Natasha Adair, Kia Damon-Olson, Joe Taylor, John Hendrick and Buddy Pough; athletic administrators such as Danny Morrison, Damon Evans, Arthur Johnson, and Gerald Harrison, Jr.; and professional athletes in the National Football League including Richard Seymour, Robert Porcher, Albert Haynesworth, John Abraham, Dre’ Bly and Kevin Burnett, among others.

“We see terrific synergies for the firm in welcoming Ricky to our Sports Law practice in Richmond,” said Managing Partner Martin Fletcher. “He significantly expands our network and capabilities in this rapidly growing area.”

Mr. Lefft has extensive experience negotiating and enforcing coaches’ and athletic administrator’s employment agreements with universities, colleges and professional teams, as well as with commercial transactions associated with coaches’ and players’ marketing and advertising endeavors. He represents coaches and athletes on NCAA compliance and disciplinary matters and advises educational institutions on negotiation of product and apparel deals, as well as on Title IX sexual harassment issues and employment agreements.

Mr. Lefft is an active member of the Sports Lawyers Association and was a sports law professor at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Sport and Entertainment Management for 14 years. He is a founder of and current legal counsel to the National Association for Coaching Equity and Development (NAFCED), an advocacy and professional development organization focused on enhancing opportunities for racial and ethnic minority coaches and student athletes.

“I am very pleased to be joining the Whiteford team,” said Mr. Lefft. “It is a terrific platform both for me and my clients as I continue to grow my practice.”

About Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP: With over 170 attorneys, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston provides a comprehensive range of sophisticated, cost-effective business law and litigation services to clients ranging from innovative start-ups to middle market companies to global enterprises. Its growing Mid-Atlantic footprint includes sixteen offices in Delaware, D.C., Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
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