Legal Talk Today
A no-spin dailyish show covering current events and their collision with the law. Tune in for a deep dive legal analysis on stories that could change your life.
Host: Laurence Colletti (executive producer at Legal Talk Network)
An Executive Order from January may now cause an update to the 1933 Buy American Act. But what will this mean for federal contractors?
It’s one thing to say it’s legal but is it?
With Federal inconsistencies and State pushback, what does this policy reversal mean for workplaces around the country?
Balancing secured elections and voting rights can be a tricky act.
Why did Scarlett Johansson hire lawyers to avenge her?
A recent Supreme Court case just allowed a corporation to take New Jersey’s land. How did that happen?!
A new law prohibits vaccine mandates for Ohio public schools. What does this mean for educators, students, and parents?
Will scaled-up Federal Fishing Laws send us reeling?
Is it now easier to discharge student loans in Bankruptcy? A recent class action might suggest yes.
Who is responsible for this horrible tragedy and will the surviving condo owners end up paying for it?
Will Keeping it Real put you in jail?
Informants are a great law enforcement tool but developing them can create gray lines of judgment. How do the police avoid these moral hazards?
Why are NYC businesses collecting facial recognition data from their customers?!
After last year’s challenges, could you be suffering from it without knowing it?
Can you really turn Supreme Court decisions into poems without writing a word?
Texas seeks private funding to complete the border wall but is that legal?
Don’t Mess with Texas.
Is the IRS violating the 4th Amendment?
A Class Action Lawsuit for the Ages! Tune in to hear about this epic Rumble Royale.
Will American Corporations be forced to make “Climate Disclosures” to other nations in their financial reports?
Criminal sentences were shortened by a Supreme Court decision but will that keep our streets safe?
How far are lawyers expected to go and can they go too far?
A recent Supreme Court case answers that question plus much more.
Arizona’s new law opens the door for out-of-state doctors to treat patients.
Happy 4th of July!
Did Uncle Bezos just turn our home wifi into his new free wireless network?
District Attorney George Gascon ends cash bail for certain crimes but is that a good idea?
What does this latest challenge to Obama Care really mean?
The crooks are cheating our seniors in new ways. How can we stop them?
Ohio’s lawsuit seeks to turn Google into a public utility.
Surrounded by Canada and water, Minnesota’s Northwest Angle was cut off by COVID. So how did everyone survive?
Parents sue Snapchat for a car accident that killed their children.
The latest CDC announcements and what workplaces need to know about getting back to normal.
What happens when amateur online crime investigators go too far?
Will Idaho soon become the nation’s 3rd biggest state?!
What we can learn from her withdrawal from the press and sport of tennis.
Governor Kristi Noem’s lawsuit against the Biden Administration to get their famous 4th of July fireworks show back.
Something hits the fan as the Arizona Election Audit continues.
In a world of Zoom Courts, are we still protecting the Constitutional Rights of criminal defendants?
Will certain Department of Labor changes affect your workplace coming out of COVID-19?
Do you need a certification to bring your dog into a hospital as a service animal?
Do Americans have a right to privacy when they donate to causes or charities?
Does the right to bear arms also include a conceal carry license?
Is it tough on crime or tough on speech?
Can firearms manufacturers be sued when others unlawfully use their product?
A diplomat, his wife, and the People’s Liberation Army of Mexico.
Are employees faking COVID to get more time off?
Do you know more than the average American about how our government operates?
Are they a good idea or should we hide in our bunkers?
Michigan Courts call “No Joy” for law enforcement’s aerial drones.
Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...