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Kate Shaw and Megan Murphy talk about their experience as lawyers in the media, the many legal issues facing journalists and pundits, and whether more law is needed to manage these matters.
Joel Wuesthoff and Samantha Kim discuss the new California data privacy mandate and explore specific rights that the law grants to California consumers regarding the privacy of their data.
Ken Starr talks about his book "Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation," which unveiled the salacious details of President Bill Clinton's affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Joe and Elie recap the top legal stories of last week.
Susan E. Reed breaks down some of the complexities of immigration law, encourages lawyers to be educated on immigration law, and offers ways lawyers can partner with clients at MIRC.
Erika Harold talks about herself, her childhood, and why she is running in this election.
Kwame Raoul talks why he's running in this election and how he views the Office of Attorney General in an increasingly partisan age.
Legal ramifications for claims cases when a ghost written expert report is revealed.
Michael Kang talks about everything election law, from partisan gerrymandering and the constitutional issues involved in redistricting, to the effects of voter ID laws.
Neil Wertlieb talks about imminent changes to the California Rules of Professional Conduct.
Cynthia Elkins talks about the role of an independent contractor, classifying the difference between them and regular employees, and attributes of being an employee w2.