Legal Talk Today
A dailyish-to-daily show dedicated to covering essential legal issues. Hosted by Laurence Colletti, this short format program highlights what’s important to the legal profession, its lawyers, and their clients.
Above the Law’s Brian Dalton tells us about their Outside Counsel Rankings done in conjunction with Lake Whillans and which law firms scored the best.
Darren Heitner from Above the Law and Sports Law attorney fills us in on Ohio State University’s requirement for athletes to pledge they won’t spread Coronavirus.
Hannah Zhao explains why the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the ACLU, and Greenberg Glusker are suing LA DOT for tracking electronic scooters.
Hear about Indiana’s new online bar exam that can be taken from home from executive director of the Indiana Office of Admissions Bradley Skolnik
Ilya Shapiro of the CATO Institute tells us why the Supreme Court blocked the Trump Administration’s rescission of DACA.
Kirsten Errick from Law Street explains California’s Assembly Bill 2261 on facial recognition technology and possible infractions of rights.
Hear all about the relist limbo in the Supreme Court and what that means for lawyers and their clients from John Elwood of SCOTUS Blog.
Allyson Baker of Venable discusses debt forgiveness requirements under the Paycheck Protection Program.
Tune in to hear about force majeure, the “escape hatch” contract provisions that potentially let business owners out of obligations with returning guest Jason Levine of Alston and Bird.
Jay Schweikert of CATO Institute discusses qualified immunity for the police and possible review from the Supreme Court.
Penn State Law’s journey through COVID-19 and beyond as told by Dean Hari Osofsky.
Law School Admission Council President and CEO Kellye Testy talks all about the new online LSAT FLEX.
Professor Daniel Farber of Berkeley Law discusses the Insurrection Act in the midst of nationwide riots.
Ken White of Popehat dives into the battle between Twitter and President Trump.
How outsourcing to a freelance lawyer can help make money, save money, and provide an opportunity to capture pent up demand for legal services.
Illinois attorney Thomas DeVore discusses the cases against Governor Pritzker to re-open Illinois businesses.
Alston & Bird’s Jason Levine discusses price gouging, how it’s treated in different states, and the impact on our supply chains since COVID19 started.
Hear how business owners should think in terms of re-opening their business, with Cindy Elkins.
Jeremy Alters of the Berman Law Group discusses suing China in a Class Action Lawsuit for COVID-19.
Colorado Immigration Attorney Jeff Joseph explains Homeland Security extending H-2B visas to aid U.S. food supply.
Jack Newton guides us through Clio’s COVID-19 Impact Research Briefing and how lawyers can leverage that right now to help their practice.
Charles Volkert, senior district president of Robert Half Legal discusses the current state of the legal profession and possible opportunities for lawyers.
Hear how distance learning and ABA Accreditation are being impacted by COVID19 with Kyle McEntee of Law School Transparency.
Patrick Palace discusses workers comp claims during COVID-19.
Ben Schorr and Tom Lambotte battle it out with their best tips as Mac and PC users.
How to do Video Consultations without opening an ethical can of worms.
Kay Van Wey returns to discuss Vaccine Liability during COVID-19
American Bar Association president Judy Perry Martinez tells us what people got right and what they got wrong in their ABA 2020 Survey of Civic Literacy.
Sherri Davidoff of LMG Security gives tips for securing client data and spotting phishing emails in work-remote environments.
Dylan Ruga of the Stalwart Law Group discusses their CARES Act class action lawsuit against JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and US Bank.
Texas Personal Injury attorney Kay Van Wey explains hospital liability for emergency services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Judge Scott Schlegel of the 24th Judicial District discusses video conferencing in criminal courts and how it’s helping to keep the Justice System moving.
Morrison Foerster’s Ann Becchina guides us through the new Congressional payroll tax relief for business.
Dean Gordon Smith of BYU Law discusses their diploma privilege proposal being considered by the Utah Supreme Court.
Legal marketing expert Gyi Tsakalakis offers advice about what law firms should be doing right now to market and grow their practices.
Michael J. Grace of Lewis Brisbois returns to discuss the CARES Act provisions for the Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loans.
Real Estate Attorney Ashley Peterson explains California Governor Newsom’s recent moratorium on evictions and what that means for tenants and landlords.
Rocket Matter’s Larry Port discusses their virtual conference, donating the proceeds, and advice for lawyers looking to accept online payments.
Adriana Linares and Brett Burney share their favorite apps, tips, and tricks for working remote.
Lewis Brisbois partner Michael J. Grace explains the CARES Act provisions for stimulus payments and unemployment benefits
Our new dailyish show dedicated to covering essential legal issues.
Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...