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  • Litigation Nation hosts Jack Sanker and Danessa Watkins dive into the recent landmark verdict finding Trump guilty of 34 charges of falsifying business records. They also explore the nuances of the case, including the jury's decision, sentencing considerations, and the possibility of Trump running for president despite the conviction. Join our discussion on the legal implications, potential appeals, and the impact on the political landscape in the comments below. 

  • In this episode, we discuss the widespread contamination of "forever chemicals" detailed in a bombshell expose by ProPublica and The New Yorker and the legal troubles faced by OpenAI, including allegations of using Scarlett Johansson's voice in their AI assistant technology and copyright infringement claims from authors like George R.R. Martin.

  • Tune in to Litigation Nation for insightful discussions on the latest legal issues and updates across the nation. Subscribe to get the latest episodes, and stay informed with the ever-changing legal landscape.

  • Data Privacy Attorney, John Ochoa, joins the show to discuss a recent lawsuit of a beverage giant under Illinois Genetic Privacy Law, and a Texas judge says drag shows aren’t always protected by First Amendment, citing the “history and tradition” test, as the legal standard for his ruling.

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