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Host June Grasso speaks with prominent attorneys and legal scholars, analyzing major legal issues and cases in the news. The show examines all aspects of the legal profession, from intellectual property to criminal law, from bankruptcy to securities law, drawing on the deep research tools of

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Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland & Knight, discusses new concerns about the 2020 Census. Carl Tobias, a professor at the University of Richmond Law School, discusses President Trump's upcoming list of potential nominees to the Supreme Court. Christopher Dolmetsch, Bloomberg Legal Reporter, discusses how a bail hearing for the teenager accused in the Twitter hack, got hacked. June Grasso hosts.
Former federal prosecutor Jessica Roth, a professor at Cardozo Law School, discusses Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. suggesting his office may be investigating potential bank and insurance fraud by President Trump and the Trump Organization, as it seeks access to the president’s tax returns and other financial records. Bloomberg Law Reporter Madison Alder discusses Judge Esther Salas calling for more security for federal judges after a shooter killed her son and wounded her husband at their New Jersey home. June Grasso hosts.
Bloomberg Legal Reporter Patricia Hurtado discusses some revelations in newly unsealed documents in the Ghislaine Maxwell case and her attempts to block her deposition from 2016 from being revealed. Robert Bloom, a professor at Boston College Law School, discusses a federal appeals court throwing out Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s death sentence in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. June Grasso hosts.
Former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson, a professor at Loyola Law School, discusses why prosecutors and judges are resisting a proposal working its way through the California Legislature to require transparency around juror strikes in the nation’s largest state justice system, to address concerns of racial, gender, and other bias. June Grasso hosts.
Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson, Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter, discusses the similarities between Justice Neil Gorsuch and his mentor, Justice Byron White -- and why Gorsuch doesn't care about public perception or criticism. Erin Mulvaney, Bloomberg Law Senior Legal Reporter, discusses new research suggesting that the pandemic has worsened gender dynamics between working parents and why working moms will find it hard to fight Covid-19 layoffs in court. June Grasso hosts.
Jennifer Rie, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Litigation Analyst, discusses the testimony of the four tech titans on Capitol Hill and whether more regulation or even break-ups are ahead for Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. Christopher Opfer, Bloomberg Law Team Leader for the Business of Law, discusses Uber's elite legal team and their strategy in the courts. June Grasso hosts.
Bradley Moss, a partner at Mark Zaid, discusses Attorney General William Barr offering a full-throated defense of the aggressive federal response to protests around the country and denying he has politicized the Justice Department during testimony on Capitol Hill. June Grasso hosts.
Bloomberg News Supreme Court Reporter Greg Stohr, discusses the upcoming term at the Supreme Court and why there are no cases on the Second Amendment or abortion rights. June Grasso hosts.
Duke Law School Prof Marin Levy discusses the Supreme Court justices and lack of transparency on health issues. Bloomberg Industry Group's Sam Skolnick discusses Issues with taking the bar exam during pandemic. Bloomberg Industry Group's Ellen Gilmer discusses a Bid by Sierra Club, ACLU to stop border-wall construction. Stanford Law Professor Michael McConnell and University of Miami Law Prof Caroline Mala Corbin discuss the Supreme Court's refusal to lift Covid capacity limits on Nevada church Bloomberg Supreme Court Reporter Greg Stohr hosts.
Bloomberg Law Reporter Madison Alder, discusses why some courts are pumping the brakes on reopening efforts as Covid-19 cases rise, while others face pushback from lawyers over resuming in-person operations. Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland & Knight, discusses President Trump's memorandum that seeks to bar undocumented immigrants from being included in the census court. June Grasso hosts.
Bloomberg legal reporter Erik Larson discusses former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's claim that his sudden return to prison is illegal retaliation for his decision to write an unflattering book about Trump before this year’s election. June Grasso hosts.
Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig of Lowenstein Sandler discusses the clashes between federal agents and protesters in Portland, Oregon. Harold Krent a professor at the Chicago-Kent College of Law discusses the continuing legal battles over the subpoenas of President Trump's financial records. June Grasso hosts.
Josh Blackman, a constitutional law professor at the South Texas College of Law, discusses Chief Justice John Roberts' majority opinion in Trump v. Vance which referred to Chief Justice John Marshall's rulings from the Aaron Burr treason trials. But did Marshall win the standoff over documents with President Thomas Jefferson or did Jefferson win? June Grasso hosts.
Richard Garnett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, discusses the expansion of religious liberties at the Supreme Court this term. June Grasso hosts.
Stephen Vladeck, a professor of constitutional law at the University of Texas Law School, discusses the Supreme Court's most remarkable term featuring victories for immigrants, abortion rights, LGBTQ workers and religious freedoms and the dominant role of Chief Justice John Roberts. June Grasso hosts.
Bloomberg Legal Reporter Patricia Hurtado discusses the bail hearing for Ghislaine Maxwell that ended with a ruling that she must spend the next year behind bars awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges tied to her former boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein, but it also offered hints at her defense strategy. Bloomberg Legal Reporter Laurel Calkins discusses the legal battles of the Texas Republican Party in trying to force the city of Houston to host the party’s convention in person in the middle of a pandemic hot zone. June Grasso hosts.
Former federal prosecutor Robert Mintz, a partner at McCarter & English, discusses President Donald Trump commuting the sentence of longtime ally Roger Stone, sentenced to more than three years in prison for witness tampering and lying to Congress. Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland & Knight discusses the Trump administration rescinding a rule that would have required international students to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes entirely online because of the coronavirus pandemic. June Grasso hosts.
Pat Parenteau, an environmental law professor at Vermont Law School, discusses three major victories for environmentalists in one week in blocking oil and gas pipelines, as a court ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down during an environmental review, the Supreme Court refused to reinstate streamlined permitting for the Keystone XL pipeline and a decision by the developers of the Atlantic Coast pipeline to call it quits after years of legal delays. June Grasso hosts.
Judge Dan Michael, the new President of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, discusses his years on the bench of the Memphis and Shelby County Tennessee Juvenile Court, the work of the National Council, and his goals for juvenile and family courts. June Grasso hosts.
Election law expert Richard Briffault, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses the Supreme Court's ruling that states can require members of the Electoral College to vote for the presidential candidate who won the statewide balloting in a decision that refers to the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton" and the HBO comedy "Veep." Bloomberg Law Editor Jordan Rubin discusses a landmark 5-4 ruling, in which the Supreme Court affirmed the 19th-century reservation status of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, in a criminal case. June Grasso hosts.
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Jan 31st


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Mar 23rd
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