Most people remember the customer who sued McDonald’s because of burns sustained when the hot coffee she had purchased at the fast food restaurant spilled on her lap. But there are many cases like this one, where a product manufacturer is found liable for injuries caused by defects or other negligence in the manufacture or sale of its products. Sharon Attorney Jay Bronstein, a product liability legal expert, gives an eye-opening perspective on product liability risks, citing case law and his own experience.
Professional organizer Allison Schnipper, a Sharon resident, was a featured expert on a recent Sharon Community Television panel discussion of “The Law, Your Money and You: Live at the Library” on May 23rd. More than 25 people learned valuable tips on saving money and time by becoming more organized. Also on the panel was professional organizer Erin Elizabeth Wells, owner of Living Peace of Salem and Winchester, MA. The program was co-hosted by the Sharon Public Library and “The Law, Your Money and You” producers Roberta Saphire and Camille Barron of Sharon. To view replays of the show, visit sharontv.com
May 23rd panel at our “Live at the Library”
As we all age and live longer, the likelihood of having a chronic health condition increases. Whether it’s diabetes, heart problems, asthma, or mental health issues, there are ways to cope that you may not have tried. HESSCO eldercare experts Marilyn Arrott and Sheryl Leary share these coping skills on the next show of “The Law, Your Money and You!”. They help viewers make action plans, communicate with healthcare providers and use other resources to manage their conditions, creating a better quality of life.
The episode will air on Sharon Community Television on Wednesday, May 23rd at 11:00AM. If you, your family, or friends are not Sharon residents, check with your local cable TV to check when this episode airs in your town.
Roberta and Camille sitting with Arrott and Leary
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Overwhelmed by clutter? Frustrated by too much to do and too little time? Wasting time looking for things you can’t find? “The Law, Your Money and You” will host a panel discussion featuring professional organizers who share tips on improving productivity, creating an orderly home and workplace, and saving time and money. Wednesday, May 23, 2012, 7:00 – 8:30 PM at the Sharon Public Library, 11 North Main Street, Sharon. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments included. To register: www.sharonpubliclibrary.org or 781-784-1578.
If you’re old enough to remember the days doctors made house calls, you may see history repeating itself. At-home care is one of the ways the healthcare system is changing the way it delivers care to its patients. In next week’s program of “The Law, Your Money and You”, John Holiver, president of Norwood Hospital, explains how hospitals and other providers are pro-actively seeking ways to reduce their expenses while improving their quality of care.
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After nearly two years on the air, “The Law, Your Money and You” has become one of the most popular shows on community television. Hosted by Sharon residents Roberta Saphire, an attorney and business owner, and Camille Barron, a financial organizer specializing in asset protection, it features interviews with experts who answer legal and financial questions in plain, simple language the average person can understand.
This week, Roberta and Camille answer many of the questions viewers have submitted since the program first went on the air in 2010. “From a neighbor’s tree falling on someone’s property to the rights of tenants and landlords, people want to know their options”, says Roberta Saphire. “This program is for our viewers”, adds Camille Barron. “They e-mail us with their questions, and we try to get them the answers. They make a suggestion for a future topic, and we host a show on that topic. “
The show airs on Sharon Community Television Mondays and Wednesdays at 11:00 AM and 9:30 PM. It also is now featured on community television in many surrounding towns. If you, your family or friends are not Sharon residents, check with your local cable TV to check when The Law, Your Money, and YOU! airs in your town.
Do you have a dream of doing something creative, but haven’t pursued it? Perhaps you have a “day job” that prevents you from investing time or money into anything else that is not income-producing. Whatever the reason, it does not have to be so. One man shares how he has successfully pursued a life-long passion without it interfering with his career. In the next series of “The Law, Your Money and You”, John Eric Waterman, a Massachusetts native, tells viewers how he developed a creative talent into the art of glass blowing, without giving up his primary business consulting job.
Roberta, John Waterman, and Camille