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Warhol's Prince Series at Second Circuit Again (Podcast)
May 8, 2021
Intellectual property litigator Terence Ross, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman, discusses an appeal over the Second Circuit's finding that Andy Wa…
High Stakes Battle: Epic Games v. Apple (Podcast)
May 7, 2021
Joshua Davis, a professor at the University of San Francisco Law School, discusses Epic Games allegations that Apple's 30% commission on app sales is…
Bipartisanship at Supreme Court Arguments (Podcast)
May 6, 2021
Andrew Rossman, a partner at Quinn Emanuel discusses a case where a Delaware judge ordered Kohlberg & Co. to complete its private equity purchase of …
Biden's Latest Judicial Nominees (Podcast)
May 4, 2021
Steve Sanders, a professor at Indiana University Maurer School of Law, discusses the U.S. Supreme Court leaving intact California’s ban on government…
Cheerleader's Profane Post Tests Speech Rights (Podcast)
May 1, 2021
First Amendment expert Eugene Volokh, a professor at UCLA Law School, discusses Supreme Court justices struggling with a case over a 14-year-old chee…
Victory for Longtime Immigrants at Supreme Court (Podcast)
April 30, 2021
Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland & Knight, discusses the Supreme Court giving a victory to longtime immigrants who entered the country illegally but…
High Court to Decide Right to Carry Guns in Public (Podcast)
April 28, 2021
Second Amendment expert, Adam Winkler, a professor at UCLA Law School, discusses the Supreme Court agreeing to use a New York case to consider whethe…
Supreme Court Reverses Trend on Juvenile Justice (Podcast)
April 27, 2021
Jordan Rubin, Bloomberg Law Reporter, discusses the Supreme Court ruling that will make it more likely that people who commit homicides as minors wil…
SCOTUS Guts FTC Power to Recoup Billions for Consumers(Podcast)
April 24, 2021
Pat Parenteau, Professor of Environmental Law at Vermont Law School, discusses the legal maneuvering of the Biden administration in implementing its …
What's Next in the Derek Chauvin Case (Podcast)
April 24, 2021
David Harris, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh Law School, author of, "A City Divided: Race, Fear and the Law in Police Confrontations" an…
Derek Chauvin Murder Conviction and Sentencing (Podcast)
April 22, 2021
Former federal prosecutor Robert Mintz, a partner at McCarter & English, and former public defender Christa Groshek, managing attorney of Groshek La…
Closing Arguments in the Derek Chauvin Murder Trial (Podcast)
April 20, 2021
Former public defender Christa Groshek, managing attorney of Groshek Law in Minneapolis, discusses the strategies in the closing arguments in the tri…
Small Town Texas Juries Hit Big Tech With Huge Awards (Podcast)
April 17, 2021
Bloomberg Legal Reporter Laurel Calkins discusses how juries in three small Texas towns have churned out a series of multimillion-dollar verdicts, to…
Legislation Introduced to Pack the Court (Podcast)
April 16, 2021
Constitutional law professor Neil Kinkopf of the Georgia State University College of Law, discusses the Biden Commission to study changes to the Supr…
Can You Be Fired for Not Returning to the Office? (Podcast)
April 15, 2021
Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig discusses the charges against a former Minnesota police officer for the shooting of a Black motorist in a traffi…
Matt Gaetz Vows to Fight as Investigation Grows (Podcast)
April 14, 2021
Constitutional law professor Akram Faizer of Lincoln Memorial University, discusses the American Civil Liberties Union’s legal challenge to a South C…
Google Wins Decade-Long Copyright Battle With Oracle (Podcast)
April 10, 2021
Shyam Balganesh, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses the Supreme Court ruling that Google didn’t commit copyright infringement when it used…
NFTs and Why They're So Hot (Podcast)
April 9, 2021
Securities attorney Robert Heim, a partner at Tarter, Krinsky & Drogan, discusses the latest craze in digital assets, NFT's (non-fungible tokens), an…
Facebook Data Dump Likely to Bring Lawsuits (Podcast)
April 8, 2021
Professor Andrea Matwyshyn, Associate Dean of Innovation and Technology at Penn State Law, discusses why Facebook is likely to face scrutiny from fed…
SCOTUS Allows FCC to Relax Media Ownership Rules (Podcast)
April 7, 2021
Matthew Schettenhelm, Bloomberg Intelligence Litigation and Government Analyst, discusses the implications of the Supreme Court allowing the Federal …
NCAA Fight Over Athlete Compensation Is Toss-Up (Podcast)
April 3, 2021
Audrey Anderson, who heads the higher education practice at Bass Berry & Sims, discusses the Supreme Court arguments over the NCAA's limits on compen…
Offensive Lob by Djokovic-Led Players Group in Tennis (Podcast)
April 1, 2021
David Yaffe-Bellany, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses a new tennis players association formed by tennis star Novak Djokovic, not exactly a union, …
Biden's First Court Picks to Diversify Judiciary (Podcast)
April 1, 2021
Leah Litman, a professor of constitutional law at the University of Michigan Law School, discusses President Joe Biden's first slate of judicial nomi…
The Most Powerful Law Firm in the Biden Era (Podcast)
March 29, 2021
Greg Farrell, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses the Wall Street law firm that is emerging as a power center in New York during the Biden administra…
Why Anti-Asian Hate Crime Is Not Being Charged Enough
March 29, 2021
Jack McDevitt, a Professor at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University and Director of the Institute on Race and Jus…
Can Police Enter a Home to Check on Safety? (Podcast)
March 26, 2021
Former federal prosecutor George Newhouse of Richards Carrington, discusses Supreme Court arguments over whether police can enter a home without a wa…
Partisan Shift in En Banc Appeals Courts Since Trump (Podcast)
March 24, 2021
Neal Devins, a Professor at William & Mary Law School, discusses his study with Professor Allison Ore Larson, "Weaponizing En Banc," which shows a dr…
No Right to Pray on the 50-Yard Line for Coach (Podcast)
March 22, 2021
Rick Garnett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, discusses a 9th Circuit decision that rejects the claims of a high school football coach that he …
Massive Camera Hack Shows Big Brother Is Watching (Podcast)
March 19, 2021
Reena Bajowala, a partner at Ice Miller, discusses the legal implications of the recent hack into a massive collection of security camera video at se…
Why the IRS Hates These Green Land Tax Breaks (Podcast)
March 19, 2021
David Voreacos, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, and Tim Lindstrom, a Virginia attorney, discuss the IRS crackdown on syndicated conservation easements whic…
Will Jury Hear About George Floyd's Prior Arrest? (Podcast)
March 19, 2021
Former public defender Christa Groshek, managing attorney of Groshek Law in Minneapolis, discusses jury selection in the trial of a former Minneapoli…
Mob Lawyer and Giuliani Protege on Trump Defense Team (Podcast)
March 17, 2021
Greg Farrell, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses the lawyers representing Donald Trump in two separate New York investigations which could lead to a…
Do You Really Own that Digital Music or eBook? (Podcast)
March 15, 2021
From digital downloads to genetic data, we don't always own the things we think we do. A new book explores the hidden rules of ownership that govern…
Workers Can Refuse the J&J Shot For Religious Reasons (Podcast)
March 11, 2021
Bloomberg Law Reporter Robert Iafolla discusses whether workers can refuse to take Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine on religious grounds because …
Why Manhattan DA's Race Is Not About Law & Order (Podcast)
March 11, 2021
Former federal prosecutor Robert Mintz, a partner at McCarter & English, discusses jury selection in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer D…
Chief Justice's First Solo High Court Dissent (Podcast)
March 10, 2021
Audrey Anderson, who heads the higher education practice at Bass Berry & Sims, discusses the Supreme Court reviving a campus free speech case even th…
Supreme Court May Weaken Voting Rights Act (Podcast)
March 9, 2021
Elections law expert Richard Briffault, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses oral arguments where the Supreme Court's conservative justices …
Stephen King Copyright Victory and Patent Death Squad (Podcast)
March 6, 2021
Intellectual property litigator Terence Ross, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman, discusses Stephen King's victory in a copyright infringement lawsu…
Can School Discipline Student for Profane Snapchat? (Podcast)
March 5, 2021
First amendment law expert Eugene Volokh, a professor at UCLA Law School, discusses a case before the Supreme Court over whether school officials are…
Role Reversal as Ghosn's Smugglers Taken Back to Japan(Podcast)
March 4, 2021
David Yaffe-Bellany, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses the extradition to Japan of the father and son accused of engineering the daring escape of C…
Police Reform in the Biden Administration (Podcast)
March 3, 2021
Jeffrey Fagan, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland & Knight, d…
Water War Between Florida and Georgia at High Court (Podcast)
March 1, 2021
Ryan Rowberry, a professor at Georgia State University College of Law, discusses the bitter dispute that oystermen in Florida and farmers in Georgia …
Can Police Chase You Into Your Home for Minor Crimes? (Podcast)
February 27, 2021
Former federal prosecutor Michael Zeldin discusses Supreme Court justices questioning whether the distinction between felonies and misdemeanors shoul…
Supreme Court Slams the Door on Trump(Podcast)
February 26, 2021
Greg Stohr, Bloomberg News Supreme Court Reporter, discusses the Supreme Court turning away former President Trump on disclosure of his taxes and rej…
Airport Officials Can Search Your Mobile Phones (Podcast)
February 26, 2021
Former federal prosecutor George Newhouse of Richards Carrington, discusses the First Circuit Court of Appeals upholding U.S. border security officia…
The Next United States Attorney General (Podcast)
February 24, 2021
The former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, Matthew Schneider, a partner at Honigman discusses the confirmation hearings for Attor…
Finders Keepers in Citibank's $500 Million Mistake (Podcast)
February 20, 2021
Chris Dolmetsch, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses a judge's ruling that asset managers for Revlon lenders do not have to return half a billion dol…
Trump Facing Criminal Charges and a Lawsuit by NAACP (Podcast)
February 19, 2021
Harold Krent, a professor at the Chicago-Kent College of Law, discusses a Democratic member of Congress suing former President Donald Trump and his p…
Newest Justice Shows Independent Streak (Podcast)
February 18, 2021
Jordan Rubin, Bloomberg Law Editor, discusses newest justice, Amy Coney Barrett, joining the Supreme Court’s Democratic appointees to block Alabama f…
Will Supreme Court Expand Religious Rights? (Podcast)
February 13, 2021
Rick Garnett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, discusses a divided U.S. Supreme Court ordering California to let indoor church services resume.…
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