August 15, 2002 Regular News Section sets seminar focusing on federal commercial cases Section sets seminar focusing on federal commercial cases The Florida Bar Business Law Section will present “Advice From the Experts: Successful Strategies for Winning Commercial Cases in Federal Courts.” September 27 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Miami.The CLE program will feature a panel of four federal judges, three former federal judges, and 15 well-known commercial litigators giving practical advice and strategies for winning business and commercial cases in federal courts.The program will begin with discussion of the strategic issues involved in choosing the proper forum, investigation of a case, and motion practice. The next topics will be the effective handling of depositions, document discovery, interrogatories and requests for admissions, as well as general discovery strategy. Also covered will be ethics and professionalism.The program will proceed with discussion of techniques that are effective in commercial trials — including a separate segment on pretrial conferences and procedures. Evidence and the use of expert witnesses will also be covered in detail. The program concludes with discussion of damages and appeals.The moderator is Robert L. Haig of New York City. The speakers include United States District Judges Alan S. Gold, Paul C. Huck, Adalberto J. Jordan, and Donald M. Middlebrooks; former federal judges Edward B. Davis, Joseph W. Hatchett, and Thomas E. Scott; and litigators Jose I. Astigarraga, Barry R. Davidson, Alvin B. Davis, Ervin A. Gonzalez, Alice G. Hector, Robert C. Josefsberg, Maxine M. Long, Stephen Mahle, Harry A. Payton, David L. Ross, Brian F. Spector, Marty Steinberg, C. Thomas Tew, Harley S. Tropin, and Stanley H. Wakshlag.As part of the program, all registrants will receive a copy of the six-volume treatise Business And Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts and two diskettes containing forms and jury instructions.The program fee is $265 for Business Law Section members and $280 for nonmembers. This course has been approved for 6.5 hours of CLE credit, including. 5 hours of ethics credit. For reservations, call (800) 342-8060.
Mariya Dondonyan | Daily TrojanAlumni from the class of 1989 gather in front of Doheny Library on Saturday for a homecoming tailgate before the football game against the University of Colorado, Boulder. Alumni Park was sectioned off for the day for alumni from different graduating classes to participate in homecoming festivities.
A resource-friendly way to stream Twitch.tv content by Martin Brinkmann on July 11, 2016 in Music and Video – 5 commentsTwitch.tv is a popular destination to watch live streams of various video game and related broadcasts. Most Internet users tune in using a web browser, and that is working fine most of the time.Twitch used to use Flash exclusively on the site but has since then started to integrate HTML5 video streams on the site as well.Regardless of that, you may notice that the Twitch browser client can be quite the resource hog. While you may be able to adjust some settings, quality of stream for instance, to reduce its resource hunger, you may prefer a better way of streaming Twitch streams that don’t tax the computer as much.Livestreamer Twitch GUILivestreamer Twitch GUI is a graphical user interface for the popular Livestreamer application. We reviewed Livestreamer before here on Ghacks. It is a command line application to watch Internet streams in your favorite media player on the computer.Livestreamer Twitch GUI makes things more comfortable by adding an interface to the whole process. You need to configure the program before you may use it.First of all, it is required to download it and Livestreamer to the system. Livestreamer is available for Windows and as source code, Livestreamer Twitch GUI for Windows, Mac and Linux.Once you have both on your system, you may want to check the settings to make sure everything is set up correctly. The frontend reminds you if something is amiss when you start to play a video as well.The preferences are quite extensive. I suggest you enable the advanced settings and features preferences at the top to display even more.PreferencesWhile there are lots of preferences displayed on the page, the following ones may be of interest to the majority of users:Set the preferred stream quality. It is set to source by default, but you may change it to a desired quality. This is interesting if your Internet connection is slow or unreliable, or if you prefer maximum quality all the time.Livestreamer lists several parameters including the path to the livestreamer.exe executable, but also stream type and parameters.Videoplayer sets the media player that Livestreamer Twitch GUI will load the stream in. If you leave it blank, the default player will be used.Control various GUI related preferences. Change the theme from light to dark, enable or disable OS integration, and set refresh rates (off by default).Filter streams by language. You may remove broadcaster languages to filter out streams.Configure desktop notifications, for instance when favorites are streaming.Make sure you hit the apply button at the bottom of the page after you are done. The application displays a prompt if you miss it though.Browsing TwitchLivestreamer Twitch GUI lists several options to browse streaming channels on Twitch. You may use the featured, top games or top channels listings for instance, or use the search at the top for that to find specific streams.The account-specific section requires that you sign in to a Twitch account. You may then access your subscriptions, live streams, hosted streams, and favorites using the program as well.Once you have found a stream that you want to watch, you may simply click on it to start the process. If things are set up correctly, the stream opens in the default media player automatically.Livestreamer Twitch GUI displays options in its interface while the stream is playing in the main media player. Since the stream is displayed in the media player, you won’t get access to the chat for instance or other controls while using it.That’s why an option to launch the chat is displayed by the program. You also find options to change the stream quality, and even stream only the audio.Closing WordsIf you run into resource woes regularly when streaming Twitch content, you may want to give Livestreamer Twitch GUI a try.While it requires an initial setup to get everything going, it is not overly complicated and a one-time process only.SummaryArticle NameA resource-friendly way to stream Twitch.tv contentDescriptionLivestreamer Twitch GUI is a graphical user interface for the popular Livestreamer application which sends media streams to the default video player on the system.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement