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FindLaw's Don't Judge Me

FindLaw's Don't Judge Me is the show about the law in real life. Listen as hosts Andy, Joe and Laura discuss the good, the bad, and the hilarious about current legal events and hot topics. We hope you have as much fun listening as we have making it.

Hosts:  Andy Leonatti, Joe Fawbush, Laura Temme and Vaidehi Mehta

Sound Engineer: Laura Temme

Producer: Joe Fawbush

 

May 19, 2022

Justice Alito's leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health made worldwide news. In response, we're revisting the history of abortion jurisprudence in the U.S. Join us to get a fuller understanding of Roe v. Wade, how courts have historically viewed the constitutional right to privacy in regard to pregnancy...


May 12, 2022

Walt Disney World is truly a special place. Not just because of Mickey, but also because the Reedy Creek Improvement District upon which Disney World rests is a one-of-a-kind special district under Florida law. Disney is responsible for almost all of the public services in the district, including trash disposal and...


May 5, 2022

We're back in the First Amendment saddle this week to talk about recent cases dealing with content-based (and on the flip side, content-neutral) restrictions on speech. Plus, we discuss a case where a high school football coach's post-game prayer became a big problem. If you can't get enough of this topic, check out...


Apr 28, 2022

We're back talking about Amazon, this time in regard to the recent dismissal of a proposed class action involving three Amazon warehouse applicants who had their job offers revoked upon testing positive for cannabis. 

As more states and municipalities loosen restrictions on cannabis use, how will employers react? We...


Apr 21, 2022

We love our jobs hosting DJM, but the pandemic has exposed many issues faced by workers across various industries. In this episode, we're talking about the history and law behind unions, efforts to unionize at Amazon, and what happens when workers go on strike. 

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