Jun 17, 2021
We're back with another controversial topic, this time discussing the recent Supreme Court case holding that people in the U.S. granted Temporary Protected Status cannot seek green cards. We also discuss the ever-changing policies regarding asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Jun 10, 2021
Paul Hjellming, our previous sound engineer, stops by with a pressing legal question about the Fairness Doctrine. We dust off the 50 year-old legal encyclopedias from our bookshelves and discuss what it was, why journalists hated it, and how much fun it is to read #BadLegalTakes on Twitter.
Jun 3, 2021
When it comes to HIPAA, we're not sure that word means what a lot of people think it means. This episode we talk about what HIPAA actually protects you from and how most business' current COVID policies don't violate federal law.
May 28, 2021
Scott Peterson's conviction for the murder of his wife and unborn son's in 2004 is in doubt. In 2020, the California Supreme Court overturned his death sentence. Now, he may get another opportunity to prove his innocence in an entirely new trial. For background information on the case read Laura's...
May 20, 2021
A trial underway against AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson for their roles in the opioid crisis could have a significant impact on settlement negotiations and future trials. We discuss, plus we give a quick primer on what multi-district litigation (MDL) is.
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