Cameras in the Courts
Season 4, Ep. 3
Criminal Defense Lawyer and Legal Analyst Joshua Ritter joins Host Rich Schoenstein to talk about why some courts permit cameras in the courtroom and some don’t, the pros and cons of such assess, and the trends moving forward.
FTC Proposes Noncompete Ban
Season 4, Ep. 4
The Federal Trade Commission has proposed a broad rule essentially banning noncompete agreements. Can they do that? Should they? And what would be the implications? Host Rich Schoenstein is joined by employment lawyer and restrictive covenant guru David Kleinmann to break down the proposal.
The Verdicts Are In – Two High Profile Trials Are Decided
Season 4, Ep. 2
Legal Analyst Marie Pereira joins Rich Schoenstein to discuss the verdicts rendered last week in the trial of defamation claims against Alex Jones in Connecticut, and the trial of the convicted murderer responsible for the massacre at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Musk v. Twitter
Season 4, Ep. 1
The new season starts off with a discussion of the pending dispute between Elon Musk and Twitter, scheduled to go to trial this month. White Collar and Government Investigations Partner Robert Heim returns to the Podcast to talk over the issues with Host Rich Schoenstein.