Mar 24, 2023
Two of the most anticipated Supreme Court cases this term involve student loan forgiveness. This episode our hosts break down the issues in the case, which include standing and the major questions doctrine.
Mar 9, 2023
At some point all of us have been charged a "service" fee when no services were rendered (we're looking at you, Ticketmaster). Or perhaps you've been charged a surprise "resort" fee after staying at a run-of-the-mill hotel. How is this legal? Both state attorneys general and the Biden Administration are looking to curb...
Mar 2, 2023
The Norfolk Southern train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, deservedly captured media attention nationwide. As residents continue to worry about air and water quality, some have already filed lawsuits.
This episode our hosts discuss toxic torts, the area of law that deals with this sort of man-made environmental...