May It Please The Court
Quote of the Day - When we are sick, we want an uncommon doctor; when we have a construction job to do, we want an uncommon engineer, and when we are at war, we want an uncommon general. It is only when we get into politics that we are satisfied with the common man.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Rips Out Chinese Drywall Issues
Lawsuits are on the rise from Chinese drywall used to build homes especially in Southeastern states causing crippling effects on residents' property, as well as their health. Please join me as I welcome Attorney Scott G. Wolfe, Jr. a construction litigator at Wolfe Law Group and Attorney John F. Mullen, Sr. from the firm, Nelson Levine de Luca & Horst, to look at both sides of Chinese drywall litigation, the effects of Chinese drywall, the mounting lawsuits and what the future holds for the affected residents.
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Behind Lawyer2Lawyer: The Legal Talk Network Inside VideoSo you've always wondered who are the people at the Legal Talk Network that produce the weekly Lawyer2Lawyer podcast - now you can click on the link below and watch the video or watch it on YouTube. There they are in all their glory our voice-over specialist Gary Tanguay and in the video - first Kate Kenny, then Michael Hochman and co-founders Scott Hess and finally Lu Ann Reeb. Somewhere in there they manage to squeeze in my co-host Bob Ambrogi and my voice and if you're looking carefully, an Easter egg of How to Get Sued.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Examines Legal Issues In Michael Jackson's Will
With the passing of Michael Jackson, his will is being dissected and many questions remain on the future of his estate. My co-host and fellow Law.com blogger Bob Ambrogi as he welcomes Attorney Lawrence H. Heller, an international tax and estate planning attorney at the firm Bryan Cave LLP and Professor Tom Featherston, the Mills Cox Professor of Law at Baylor Law School to discuss the fate of Michael Jackson's estate. They will take a look at the handling of Jackson's estate, the role of the appointed executors and the importance of having a will.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Checks Out Lawyer Advertising On Craigslist
Solo and small-firm practitioners have discovered that Craigslist is a great source for generating business, but they are now challenged by a growing number of lawyer ads and individual state's advertising rules. Please join me as I welcome Attorney Susan Beecher, a solo practitioner out of Kent, Washington and Attorney William Hornsby, counsel in the American Bar Association's Division for Legal Services, as we look at the upside and the legal ethics issues surrounding advertising on this and other free online advertising sites.
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Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Takes To The Air Over The Atlantic To Examine Air France Crash
On May 31, 2009, Air France flight 447, out of Rio de Janiero bound for Paris, vanished into thin air. A frantic search for passengers and the black boxes, turned up with a number of bodies but no black boxes. Please join me and my co-host Bob Ambrogi as we invite Attorney Justin T. Green, partner with the firm Kreindler & Kreindler and Attorney John A. Greaves from the firm Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman, PC, to discuss the crash, the litigation and jurisdiction issues and the quest for compensation for the victims' families.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Examines Hate Crimes And First Amendment Rights
When an 88-year old white supremacist walked into the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC opening fire, reaction was swift to question if this tragedy could have been prevented. And with those questions comes the examination of First Amendment rights. Please join me and my fellow Lawyer2Lawyer co-host Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Attorney Brian Cuban, a Dallas Attorney working for Mark Cuban Companies, Attorney Steve Freeman, Director of Legal Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League and renowned trial lawyer and First Amendment lawyer, Attorney Martin Garbus, to discuss First Amendment rights - the balance between protecting free speech for the many and restricting hate speech for the few
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Looks Up At A Down Economy In Law Firms
Layoffs in the legal profession have been in the news lately, but downsizing from the top? More experienced attorneys, even senior partners in some larger law firms are not as secure in their jobs as they once were in what may be more signs of practicing law as a business. Please join me and my fellow Law.com blogger and co-host Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Ed Poll, a recognized expert and author in law practice management and Stephen E. Seckler, president of Seckler Legal Consulting, to discuss the new benchmarks the legal profession is seeing in job performance and what the business of law may look like in the future.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Huddles On College Quarterback vs. EA Sports and NCAA
This month, former Nebraska quarterback Sam Keller filed a lawsuit against EA Sports and its partner, the NCAA, claiming they illegally used the likenesses of college athletes in video games without sharing profits with players. Please join my co-host Bob Ambrogi as he welcomes Peter Goplerud, Dean and Professor of Law at Florida Coastal School of Law and Clay Travis, attorney, former editor at Deadspin.com and writer for FanHouse.com, to discuss the legal issues behind this lawsuit and how athletes can legally protect their image.