Legal Current Podcast – May Edition
We’ve got a great episode for you this month, kicking off with our “Chaos in the Courts” segment that, believe it or not, is yet another story about the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas. Since our March podcast, another person has fallen victim to the establishment’s trademark bypass burger.
Then in our “On the Blawgs” segment we feature a blog post on millennial jurors and how to hold their attention in the courtroom.
Our interview segment is with Ferd Mitchell, an author and healthcare expert who joins us to discuss President Obama’s healthcare law. A more detailed version of Ferd’s perspective on the law can be found in his new book, Legal Practice Implications of the New U.S. National Health Care Plan.
We also have our “In the News” segment, featuring a story from Thomson Reuters News & Insight on how to avoid the controversy surrounding social media policies in the workplace. To learn more about this topic, check-out our interview segment with Robert Brownstone from our April podcast.
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This post originally ran on our Legal Current Blog.