The future of voting, representation in Congress, and allocation of federal funds turned on a case called Trump v. New York. Hans von Spakovsky from the Heritage Foundation explains.
Can we sue the Federal Government for damages when they violate our religious and civil rights? Jennifer Cowan from Debevoise & Plimpton explains the Supreme Court case Tanzin v. Tanvir.
With drug companies charging Americans more than other countries for prescription medications, a new rule emerges to close that gap but not everyone is happy. Leah D’Aurora Richardson from K & L Gates explains.
What’s happening with our Supreme Court and how will it impact the future? Berkeley School of Law dean Erwin Chemerinsky explains.
Learn how we count electoral college votes in a contested Presidential election with Professor Hasen from UC Irvine School of Law.
District Attorney Gascon is being sued by his own Deputy District Attorneys, but for what? Malcolm Maclachlan from the Daily Journal breaks it down.
Hear how you can help prevent human trafficking, with our guest Dionne Coleman from Samaritan Village.
If you’re getting persistent calls from seemingly familiar phone numbers at all hours, you’re not alone. Learn why efforts at regulation have so far been inadequate.
Exploring law on television, how to separate reality from fiction, and what shows tell us about the law and justice.
Capping off this year of 2020 with Zach Warren from American Lawyer Media.
Former Alcatraz resident and author Jolene Babyak discusses the escapes and what it was like living on the island when it was a prison.
How the Trump Administration’s Operation Warp Speed developed vaccines so quickly and who gets them first? Allison Winnike from the Immunization Partnership explains.
Our good friends Jared Correia and Molly McDonough join us to interview a very special holiday guest.
Wendy Cole from the National Association of Realtors tells us where real estate (commercial and residential) ended up for 2020.
The House passed a Weed Bill but Marijuana is not legal under federal law... yet. Vincent Sliwoski from Harris Bricken explains.
Governor Cuomo’s loss at the Supreme Court means more people can go to religious gatherings during COVID-19. Tune in to hear the details.
Doctor-Daddies have committed widespread fertility fraud for decades. We discuss the legal options for victims of cases like those in HBO’s ‘Baby God’.
One more episode about video games! David Hoppe from Gamma Law stops by to discuss new consoles, acquisitions, and world-wide growth.
What if the boss wants you to take the COVID-19 vaccine and you don’t want to? Christine Bestor Townsend from Ogletree Deakins walks us through.
Should we count illegal immigrants when we apportion representation in Congress? Hans von Spakovsky from the Heritage Foundation breaks down the Supreme Court case Trump vs. New York.
Lobbyists and influence peddling, Dr. Craig Holman from Public Citizen explains his work and how to prevent unlawful activity.
While some businesses struggle to get through 2020, the video game industry has exploded. Daniel Rose from Foley and Lardner shares industry developments and new opportunities.
David Lat joins us to explain what’s been going on with Jones Day and other law firms publicly scrutinized for election case representation of President Trump and/or the Republican Party.
Keep your personal data safe this holiday season whilst shopping. Linn Foster Freedman from Robinson and Cole gives us some pointers.
The 400th anniversary of the Mayflower landing, Professor Julia Ernst joins us to talk about the journey, the people, and what that meant for the future of our country’s model for self governance.
This is part two of our series about the Census and how it will affect voting and federal funding.
A two part series about the Census and how it will affect voting and federal funding.
Are Shrooms, cocaine, methamphetamine, and heroin now legal in Oregon? Not exactly. Lizzy Acker, reporter for the Oregonian explains.
Will weed on the ballots make it unconstitutional to ban marijuana? Professor Douglas Berman from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law explains.
How free are you to speak in the workplace? Grant Osborne of Ward and Smith breaks it down.
A lawsuit continues against Seattle for the CHAZ/CHOP protests. Walter Olson of the CATO Institute gives us an update.
Professor Edward Foley explains the legal challenges which might determine who our President will be.
Social media, free speech, and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act broken down with Matthew Feeney of CATO.
Author Maëlle Gavet walks us through the antitrust lawsuit filed against Google.
Will we know who our President is on election night and what happens if the results are contested? Professor Foley from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law explains.
What is the Nuclear Football? Professor Alex Wellerstein tells us what’s involved when commencing a nuclear strike.
Who can launch America’s nuclear weapons? Only one person. Professor Alex Wellerstein of Restricted Data the Nuclear Secrecy Blog explains the who, how, and why.
Toni Long from The Long Law Group discusses what happens when real customers are impacted by imploding reality TV.
Doing home improvements without permits? That could be trouble! Linda Pieczynski (aka the Code Attorney) tells us why.
California’s governor bans the sale of gas-powered cars in California. When does it start and what does it mean? Kassie Siegel from the Center for Biological Diversity breaks it down.
Jenna Gerry from Legal Aid at Work explains California’s Senate Bill 1383 and its impact on Paid Family Leave for small business.
President Trump’s deferral on payroll taxes and what it means for both employers and employees. Angelique Neal and Maureen Rouse-Ayoub from Varnum explain.
The sagas of TikTok and WeChat continue as we get closer to their ban. What does this mean though? George Grammas from Squire Patton Boggs breaks it all down.
Why did Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 shutdown order violate free speech? UCLA Law Professor Eugene Volokh explains it all.
Have Supreme Court nominations always been this contentious? Ilya Shapiro of the CATO Institute walks us through the history of our highest court.
Ohio’s new liability shield for COVID-19 protects businesses and individuals during their reopen. Faith Whittaker and Hayley Geiler from Dinsmore and Shohl break it down for us.
Body Cameras, Resisting Arrest, and the “Ferguson Effect”. Our conversation with Randy Petersen, senior researcher at the Texas Public Policy Foundation continues.
Resisting Arrest, Use of Force, and Implications for Defunding the Police: a conversation about policing with Randy Petersen, senior researcher at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
The FAA approves Amazon’s fleet of aerial drones. What does that mean for deliveries? Drone Law lawyer Jonathan Rupprecht explains.
Why is age restriction being affected by COVID-19? Find out with Sean Andrade of the Andrade Gonzalez law firm.
What is Poll Worker Esquire and what does it do? ABA President Patricia Refo explains it all.
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