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In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris review the turnout and results of the midterms. Next, they lean into the comedy of Comedian of Law and talk about when it might be time to consider a new lawyer... like when your lawyer has a tip jar on their desk or a side gig as an Uber driver. Turning back to legal news, they review some changes and cha…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris review the election process and the emerging lawsuits coming from this year's voting season. They talk ballot harvesting and protecting the right to vote. Next, Joel and Chris play Deal or No Deal and review some interesting court cases. Lastly, Joel is joined by comedian and lawyer Cary Phillips. They play a clip…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris discuss election season, affirmative action, and sports. They review the recent Supreme Court case around Harvard's and University of North Carolina's potential discriminative admissions. They debate diversity and how to define it. Next, they talk Trump's tax returns before the Supreme Court. In Courtroom Quarterb…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris discuss Garvey v. City of New York which deals with city workers who were fired for not being vaccinated. They discuss the inconsistencies of vaccine mandate orders and the firing of these employees. Next, they talk Lindsey Graham and his subpoena to testify about Georgia elections. In Courtroom Quarterback (begin…
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris talk about the Supreme Court rejection of Trump's request for a special master in the Mar-a-lago case. They talk about humor in the courtroom and the right to engage in parody. They review recent case Novak v. City of Parma dealing with a joke at the expense of the police and the Onion's amicus brief in re…
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris discuss a Supreme Court case about keeping pigs in cages and Tom Brady's pending divorce. First, they talk celebrities in the legal news including Alex Jones' $1 billion fine. Next, they talk about a case that the Supreme Court dismissed regarding the personhood of a fetus. Joel and Chris review SCOTUS pra…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris discuss the Oath Keepers trial surrounding the January 6 events. They define Oath Keepers and debate whether the event constitutes an insurrection. Was it an attempt to overthrow the government? Do the opening statements of the trial reflect the events of the day? Next, they talk about Dolphins Quarterback Tua Tag…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris review recent legal news including a fraud allegation facing Brett Favre. They review the stories surrounding Favre and question the journalism. Next, they preview new Supreme Court case Merrill v. Milligan that covers gerrymandering and discrimination in congressional mapping. They also review the legal case Cost…
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris dig into NetChoice v. Paxton. They talk freedom of speech and social media censorship. The question is posed whether platforms should be able to remove content and under what pretenses? Next, Joel is joined by legal analyst Dr. Tracy Pearson to break down the legal side and responsibilities of King Charles…
 
Today, Joel is joined by Scott Edwards, serial entrepreneur and comedy industry veteran. Scott gives us an inside look into the comedy industry and famous comedians like Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, and Robin Williams. Scott breaks down the role of a comedian and even draws a link between the skill sets of a lawyer and a comedian. Listen as Scott shar…
 
In today's podcast, Joel & Chris dive into religious freedom in the workplace. They review Civil Rights Act, Title VII and what "undue hardship" qualifies as. They talk the latest Supreme Court case, Groff v. DeJoy, that covers the topic by questioning whether a postal worker should be able to have Sundays off based on religion. Next, they talk abo…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris talk about the Nirvana lawsuit surrounding the baby depicted on the album cover. They give the latest updates on the Trump raid, discussing the merit and role of the special master to oversee the proceedings surrounding the search. In Courtroom Quarterback (beginning minute 24:50), Chris and Joel talk the Britt Re…
 
In today's podcast, Joel interviews employment lawyer, Lauren Abrams. Lauren shares her story from rock bottom to lawyer and sharer of hope. Her podcast, 52 Weeks of Hope, emerged from conversations about purpose and meaning. She shares her learnings and wisdom on how to get through tough times. She and Joel talk about finding what it is you're sup…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris debrief the week's legal news. They start by going over the latest in Trump's Mar-a-Lago search and the role of the warrant. Next, they talk about student loan forgiveness. They discuss whether the President actually holds the power to forgive these loans and whether or not it's fair. By reviewing the Heroes Act, …
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris review recent legal news, starting with Deshaun Watson's suspension. They dig into the FBI "raid" of Mar-A-Lago and the Trump search. Joel and Chris talk about the legal process that goes into the search and the political fallout. They debate on how documents get declassified. Next, they talk about the LIV…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris talk all things recent sports law. First, they talk about Brittney Griner's sentence in Russia and a potential trade to bring her back to the U.S. Next, they talk about the latest in Deshaun Watson's situation, including the NFL's approach and Watson's suspension. Speaking of the NFL, they also talk about Brian Fl…
 
Today, Joel is joined by Dr. Tracy Pearson who is teaming up Comedian of Law as a Legal Analyst. Dr. Tracy will periodically join Joel to debrief the latest legal happenings with her sharp analysis. In today's episode, Joel and Dr. Tracy talk about the most impactful legal cases of the past year. Dr. Tracy explains Britney Spears' conservatorship f…
 
Should America trade LeBron James for Brittney Griner? After the Laker's performance last year, she would definitely be an upgrade. Plus the litigants in the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial all confused a 77 year old juror for a 52 year old juror. Dick Clark would be proud. Joel and Chris debate these issues, plus rag on Kevin Durant in today's ep…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris discussing the overturning of Roe v. Wade in Dobbs v. Jackson. They discuss the right to bodily autonomy and the implications of the argument for when life begins. Next, they discuss Justice Thomas' comments and original intent. In another Supreme Court case Kennedy v. Bremerton, they discuss the decision about th…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris review the big week at the Supreme Court. Additionally, Joel interviews Danny Karon, Your Lovable Lawyer, about lawyer wellness. First, Joel and Chris review the Second Amendment and the 6-3 ruling that protected the right to bear arms in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen. Next in Carson v. Makin,…
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris discuss the new PGA competitor, the LIV Golf tour. They discuss competition and capitalism amidst sports. Next, they talk about the pickleball felony in which a 71 year old man draws the lines for a pickleball court on a public sports facility and faces a felony for defacing property. Lastly, they review S…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris review recent legal news including the attempt on Justice Kavanaugh's life. Next, they discuss Supreme Court decision in Egbert v. Boule regarding suing a federal agent. Along similar lines, they discuss the FBI's lack of action on Larry Nassar's sexual assaults despite awareness of allegations. Next, Joel and Chr…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris discuss the latest from the Supreme Court. First, they start with the Supreme Court leaked opinion regarding Roe v. Wade in Dobbs v. Jackson. They discuss the origin of the leak and what the potential motivation would be for leaking the opinion. Joel and Chris also discuss what this could mean about the cohesivene…
 
Today, Joel is joined by Dr. Tracy Pearson. Dr. Pearson is a legal consultant and analyst with 2 doctorates. Joel and Dr. Pearson review the Ohio v. William Husel case which deals with whether the Ohio doctor was responsible for murdering 14 of his patients for overprescribing fentanyl. Dr. Pearson breaks down the case and the flaws that resulted i…
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris review recent legal news including the lift of the mask mandate. They discuss the legality of the mask mandate and the process in which it was struck down. They discuss "sanitation" and whether mask mandates fall under the CDC's authority as well as the procedural comment period that was skipped. Next, the…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris review recent legal news and Joel interviews immigration lawyer Tahmina Watson. To start the episode, Joel and Chris discuss the legal issues and trial of Jesus as a nod to Good Friday. Along the lines of religion and the separation of church and state, they also talk about a Supreme Court case about a high school…
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel interviews trademark lawyer Francesca Witzburg about her career journey, intellectual property, and how the law intersects with the world of NFTs. Before jumping into the interview, Joel and Chris review NCAA's March Madness. Joel and Francesca discuss: - What it takes to be successful in law school & beyond - The i…
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris revisit the Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation hearings. They talk about the questions posed and Judge Jackson's answers, specifically around gender. Next, they dig into Justice Thomas and his wife's communication about the 2020 election and January 6th with White House chief of staff. They discuss…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris discuss the March Madness that is the Senate confirmation hearings. (Don't fret, they talk NCAA March Madness too.) First, they give an update on Brittney Griner's detainment in Russia. Then, they get into the latest from the Supreme Court, including the defense of a law with questionable constitutionality. Next, …
 
In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris talk about the pros and cons of broadcasting Supreme Court proceedings. Next, they talk double jeopardy in the Jussie Smollett case as he is released from jail. They review why double jeopardy was introduced in this case to begin with and whether it has any standing. Then, Joel and Chris talk about WNBA pl…
 
In today's podcast, Joel and Chris are joined by Patrick Jaicomo from the Institute for Justice to discuss recent Supreme Court case in Egbert v. Boule. This case deals with the ability to sue a federal official following an instance where Boule, an inn owner, was pushed to the ground by a Border Patrol Agent, Egbert, who refused to leave the inn's…
 
In today's Debriefing the Law, the Supreme Court is back from a brief break. Joel and Chris talk about the Supreme Court issues argued this week. Arizona v. City and County of San Francisco questions the ability to uphold or change rules from a prior administration. In 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, a graphic designer challenges a Colorado law about p…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris are joined by Scott Briscoe, a criminal lawyer who composes entertaining "Free Legal Tips" based on his client interactions. First, Joel and Chris review recent legal news, including Sarah Palin's lawsuit, the Remington Arms settlement in Sandy Hook lawsuit, and the Dallas Cowboys' voyeurism settlement. Next, Joel…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Chris talk recent legal news plus preview the Super Bowl. First, they review the Sarah Palin defamation case. In this case, Palin sues The New York Times for relating Palin to the shooting of Gabby Giffords. They are looking for evidence of malice that the reporters intended to blame Palin for the tragedy. Next, they gi…
 
In today's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris talk through all the details of the Brian Flores lawsuit against the NFL. They review the claims of the lawsuit and whether there is merit. They discuss the claims about racism and intentional discrimination. Joel and Chris talk about hiring practices and review the Rooney Rule. They talk about the impa…
 
In today's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris talk Breyer's upcoming retirement. They breakdown the make-up of the Court and the humor of Justices. Next, they discuss affirmative action and perspectives on race as it relates to the law. They also review the most recent updates in the Stormy Daniels and Michael Avenatti trial. In Courtroom Quarterba…
 
In today's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris talk the latest news regarding the Britney Spears saga. Britney's lawyer sends a cease and desist letter to her sister Jamie Lynn Spears as Jamie speaks negatively about Britney in her press tour of her new book. They also discuss Supreme Court drama with mask wearing between justices. Next, Joel explai…
 
In today’s debriefing the law, Joel joins Chris from out on the high seas. They discuss Sarah Palin’s suit against the New York Times for defamation. They discuss the qualifications for a defamation suit including malice and intention. Next, they discuss a case against Kim Kardashian and Floyd Mayweather about false claims made about cryptocurrency…
 
In this week's de-briefing the law, Joel and Chris review the Maxwell verdict and discuss why it may be in jeopardy. In this case, one juror commits perjury and fails to disclose a part of their past that was pertinent to the case. Next, they review the Elizabeth Holmes trial and her guilty verdicts. They go over the details of her charges and her …
 
In today's de-briefing the law, Joel and Chris review the Ghislaine Maxwell trial verdict. She is found guilty of 5 of the 6 charges against her. They discuss the fallout and who may be next to be exposed to be involved with the Epstein/Maxwell trafficking. Next, they talk about Kimberly Potter, the police officer who mistook her gun for her taser …
 
In today's episode, Chris interviews Joel on his new book, UnDue Process: Exposing the Good, the Bad, and the Funny of the Law. They give an overview of the book which uses hilarious legal commentary, a look at some wild attorney behavior, and a review of strange court cases to uncover the true role of the law with a dose of humor. They dig into so…
 
In today’s de-briefing of the law, Joel and Chris review the O.J. Simpson case in light of his release from parole. They discuss his case in light of his football career and the information about CTE and violent tendencies. Next, they review the Supreme Court decision for the Texas abortion law in Jackson v. Dobbs. The case dealt with procedure and…
 
In today's Debriefing of the Law, Joel and Chris review the week's major legal news. First, they go over the Jussie Smollett case. They discuss his charges, hate crimes, and the role of a criminal defense attorney. They also give status updates on the Holmes and Maxwell trials. Next, they review the Supreme Court arguments heard this week. First up…
 
In this week’s De-Briefing the Law, Joel and Chris go over the major legal news stories of the week from Ghislaine Maxwell to Jussie Smollett to Dobbs v. Jackson. They review the recent trial news and evidence against Maxwell. They give an overview of Smollett’s staged crime as a publicity stunt and his charges for lying to the police. Next, they d…
 
In this episode of De-Briefing the Law, Joel and Chris discuss the Ghislaine Maxwell trial and Jeffrey Epstein. The trial explores Maxwell's involvement with Epstein's sex trafficking of young girls. A poignant question in this case is whose name is written in the "black book" and who exactly is involved given that many high-profile individuals hav…
 
In this week's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. They discuss the facts of the case, the media coverage, and the trial itself. They dig into surrounding circumstances around the trial with protests and whether jury intimidation exists. Next, they review the burden of proof for self-defense and provocation. They …
 
Joel and Chris debrief the Supreme Court cases in review this past week. In Ramirez v. Collier, the Court debates whether a prisoner facing capital punishment can have a spiritual adviser present during the time of execution. Part of this case deals with who exactly that advisor would be or whether that adviser could lay hands on the prisoner durin…
 
In today's update, Joel breaks down the major issues facing the Supreme Court this week. In Ramirez v. Collier, the Court debates whether a prisoner facing capital punishment can have a spiritual adviser present during the time of execution. In United States v. Vaello-Madero, the Court discussed Puerto Rico's ability to receive Supplemental Securit…
 
In today's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris dig into the Supreme Court cases heard this week. First, they address Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the case surrounding the Texas abortion ban. While on the surface it may seem this case is about the abortion issue, this case is actually about procedure and whether lawmakers can write o…
 
In today's update, Joel details how the abortion lawsuit before the Supreme Court came to be. The writing of the SB 8 abortion law that allows for private citizen enforcement works around the 11th Amendment and the 1908 Ex Parte Young case and brings to question who can challenge a law and whether there can be federal intervention here. Decision to…
 
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