AD Education On Demand Archive
- Data Privacy and Security Concerns for Employers in 2023Data Privacy and Security Concerns for Employers in 2023
During this presentation Molly Arranz and John Ochoa will review data privacy and security concerns for employers, including concerns related to the Biometric Privacy Act and the Genetic Information Privacy Act. They will review best practices and policies employers should have in place to avoid legal pitfalls.
- Key Legal Trends Impacting Employers in 2023Key Legal Trends Impacting Employers in 2023
Join Suzanne Newcomb and Beverly Alfon as they review the latest trends and updates to employment law. During this presentation they will cover updates to paid leave, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act/EEOC proposed regulations, AI in employment, federal labor law developments, pay transparency and more.
- Managing and Maintaining a Diverse Workforce in 2023Managing and Maintaining a Diverse Workforce in 2023
As organizations strive to be more welcoming to all team members and the public, internal discussions, trainings and policies regarding diversity, inclusivity and allyship are becoming more and more important. Join Heather Bailey and Julie Proscia as they discuss strategies to challenge bias and how to be an advocate and ally for a diverse workforce.
- Illinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act - 2023 Safety & Training MandatesIllinois’ Day and Temporary Labor Services Act - 2023 Safety & Training Mandates
Amundsen Davis attorneys Matt Horn and Jeff Risch discuss the key components of IDTLSA, including safety and training mandates, and updates to equal pay and benefits mandates that employers and staffing agencies need to know to remain in compliance.
- Addressing Mental Health Issues in the WorkplaceAddressing Mental Health Issues in the Workplace
Amundsen Davis attorneys Suzannah Overholt and Craig Kubiak discuss the legal pitfalls employers must be aware of when addressing the well-being of their employees.
- New Game Changing Law Impacting Illinois Temporary Staffing Agencies, Employees and User ClientsNew Game Changing Law Impacting Illinois Temporary Staffing Agencies, Employees and User Clients
Amundsen Davis attorneys Jennifer Murphy and Jeff Risch discuss the key components of the Illinois Day and Temporary Labor Services Act and what employers and staffing agencies need to know in order to stay compliant.
- Illinois Cannabis RoundtableIllinois Cannabis Roundtable
Watch Darren Grady speak as part of a roundtable about the cannabis industry at the Illinois Cannabis Roundtable with GreenGrowthCPAs!
- Illinois, Wisconsin, and Federal Employment Law Update 2023Illinois, Wisconsin, and Federal Employment Law Update 2023
Amundsen Davis attorneys Peter E. Hansen and Laurie E. Meyer discuss recent changes to, and a comparison of, Illinois and Wisconsin employment laws, along with recent developments in Federal employment laws in 2023.
- 2023 Illinois Meal and Rest Break Mandates, Explained2023 Illinois Meal and Rest Break Mandates, Explained
Jeff Risch will examine Illinois’ new changes to its ONE DAY REST IN SEVEN LAW. Jeff will share his experience and insight into how the law works with the new changes that took effect January 1, 2023.
- Managing the Quiet QuitterManaging the Quiet Quitter
In today’s world, management and human resource personnel must be on their A-game in all things relating to employees.
- Meet Amundsen Davis LLCMeet Amundsen Davis LLC
- ARE YOU A JOINT EMPLOYER? You Could Be on the Hook for Wage & Hour Violations!ARE YOU A JOINT EMPLOYER? You Could Be on the Hook for Wage & Hour Violations!
The new amendment to the Illinois joint employer rule appears to cast a wide net as to who is considered a joint employer. This allows for the potential to expand wage and hour liability in Illinois to businesses that may not even be aware they are joint employers.
- NEW U.S. DOL Davis-Bacon Rule – What the Construction Industry Needs to Know!NEW U.S. DOL Davis-Bacon Rule – What the Construction Industry Needs to Know!
The Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (DBRA) is the federal prevailing wage law that applies directly to contractors and subcontractors working on federally funded or assisted construction contracts in excess of $2,000.
- Diversity, Inclusion and Allyship in the WorkplaceDiversity, Inclusion and Allyship in the Workplace
Research has proven that diverse teams drive better business performance, with the most diverse companies more likely than ever to outperform their less diverse peers. Diversity, inclusion and allyship are top of mind for many organizations, but many of us lack the knowledge, skills, or tools to take meaningful and long-term action.
- New Equal Pay Reporting Requirements for Illinois: Are You in Compliance?New Equal Pay Reporting Requirements for Illinois: Are You in Compliance?
Last year Illinois enacted amendments to its own Equal Pay Act, which requires unprecedented reporting of race, gender, and ethnicity statistics along with pay data of Illinois based employees.
- OSHA Updates for 2022 and Tips for Managing the Inevitable OSHA InspectionOSHA Updates for 2022 and Tips for Managing the Inevitable OSHA Inspection
The seminar highlights key legal issues and developments impacting the evolving construction industry in 2022.
- Labor and Employment Updates - Recruiting and Retaining WorkersLabor and Employment Updates - Recruiting and Retaining Workers
The seminar highlights key legal issues and developments impacting the evolving construction industry in 2022.
- The Evolving Construction Industry and How to Account for Changes in Your ContractsThe Evolving Construction Industry and How to Account for Changes in Your Contracts
The seminar highlights key legal issues and developments impacting the evolving construction industry in 2022
- COVID-19 Testing: What Employers Need to KnowCOVID-19 Testing: What Employers Need to Know
While employers continue to review their COVID-19 protocols under various government vaccine mandates (including OSHA’s ETS) as well as their own policies and practices and customer requirements, testing continues to be a confusing topic for many.
- New Illinois Non-Compete Legislation: What You Need to KnowNew Illinois Non-Compete Legislation: What You Need to Know
Join Jeff Glass, partner in Amundsen Davis's Labor & Employment Practice Group, on December 16th for a 30 minute webcast on the new amendments to the Illinois Freedom to Work Act, which establish new rules for restrictive covenant contracts entered into after January 1, 2022.
- OSHA's Emergency COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing StandardOSHA's Emergency COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Standard
OSHA's promised Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) requiring employers with one hundred or more employees to ensure their employees are either fully vaccinated or tested for COVID-19 on a weekly basis was published last week.
- Cyber Threat Actors Have their Eyes on the Construction IndustryCyber Threat Actors Have their Eyes on the Construction Industry
It is not if, but when. Though construction companies—especially smaller ones—may believe it won’t happen to them, more and more companies have suffered or will suffer a “data incident” or cyber-attack in some form. In 2020, alone, small businesses were targeted 43% of the time, and malicious emails are up 600% due to COVID-19.
- Operating Under a "New Normal": Employers Navigating the Implications of COVID-19Operating Under a "New Normal": Employers Navigating the Implications of COVID-19
The guidance for operating businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. John Hayes discusses the latest guidance, including mask mandates and required vaccinations.
- 2021 Legal Update: The Latest Developments Employers Need to Know2021 Legal Update: The Latest Developments Employers Need to Know
As quickly as the world is changing so is the legal landscape. These changes span the spectrum and challenge many aspects of the relationship between employers and employees, including greater restrictions on non-compete agreements to patterns and trends emerging with unions.
- Recruiting, Hiring & Retaining Employees: Attract Top Candidates while Avoiding Legal PitfallsRecruiting, Hiring & Retaining Employees: Attract Top Candidates while Avoiding Legal Pitfalls
Across multiple industries, recruitment and retention are top HR concerns for most employers in 2021 and beyond. Flexibility and incentives appear to the key to success on both fronts – whether we are talking about remote work, financial incentives, apprenticeship/training and advancement opportunities, or other more traditional benefits.
- Recruiting & Retaining Employees in 2021: Being Creative while Avoiding Legal PitfallsRecruiting & Retaining Employees in 2021: Being Creative while Avoiding Legal Pitfalls
Recruiting and retaining employees has become one of the biggest challenges for employers in virtually all industries. Join labor and employment attorneys Jeffrey Risch and Kelly Haab-Tallitsch for a complimentary 1-hour webcast on Tuesday, August 10 at noon CT, as they discuss employer best practices.
- Documenting Discipline Without Amplifying a Legal Claim or LawsuitDocumenting Discipline Without Amplifying a Legal Claim or Lawsuit
How to avoid the 7 deadly sins and how to properly discipline health care employees while not creating exhibits and records that can exacerbate a fraud case or claims of malpractice, abuse or negligence.
- Thinking about Selling Your Business? What You Need To Be Doing NowThinking about Selling Your Business? What You Need To Be Doing Now
Preparing to sell your business can be an overwhelming endeavor. A checklist of considerations for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions can ease the burden.
- NEW Illinois Law Prohibiting Use of Criminal Convictions: An Employer's GuideNEW Illinois Law Prohibiting Use of Criminal Convictions: An Employer's Guide
new Illinois law generally prohibits the use of criminal convictions in employment decisions and creates additional new hurdles for employers who decide to rely on any conviction for employment purposes-unless otherwise authorized by law.
- Tax Changes on the Horizon with the Biden AdministrationTax Changes on the Horizon with the Biden Administration
The Biden Administration’s tax policy and proposed revisions will impose dramatic changes on how we manage compensation and individual taxes.
- More Regulation and Opportunities for Companies & Banking: What Businesses Can ExpectMore Regulation and Opportunities for Companies & Banking: What Businesses Can Expect
Companies need to be ready to stay a step ahead of their competition. You’ll hear how anticipated changes from the Biden administration will affect your bottom line and the way you conduct business.
- American Rescue Plan: What Employers Must Know NowAmerican Rescue Plan: What Employers Must Know Now
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 was signed into law on March 11, 2021 and is aimed at remedying the economic and health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. What does this mean for employers in 2021?
- COVID-19 and OSHA, Important CDC Updates, and a Construction Contracts UpdateCOVID-19 and OSHA, Important CDC Updates, and a Construction Contracts Update
The key legal issues and developments impacting the construction industry in 2021 -- from COVID-19 to the recent election.
- Legal Developments and Litigation for 2021Legal Developments and Litigation for 2021
The key legal issues and developments impacting the construction industry in 2021
- What You Need to Know About Labor & Employment for the New Year: the Election, COVID-19, & MoreWhat You Need to Know About Labor & Employment for the New Year: the Election, COVID-19, & More
The key legal issues and developments impacting the construction industry in 2021 -- from COVID-19 to the recent election.
- Reducing and Defending COVID-19 Workers' Compensation ClaimsReducing and Defending COVID-19 Workers' Compensation Claims
As more and more states create laws that presume an employee’s COVID-19 diagnosis is the result of their employment, employers need to be more diligent and focused on identifying and gathering key facts to shore up viable defenses.
- BIPA: The Ongoing Threat of Employee Class Actions and Recent DevelopmentsBIPA: The Ongoing Threat of Employee Class Actions and Recent Developments
The Biometric Illinois Privacy Act (BIPA) was enacted over 12 years ago and many questions are still being battled in court as employers and employees continue to navigate this biometric privacy law.
- 2020 & Beyond: Sixth Annual Labor & Employment Fall Seminar2020 & Beyond: Sixth Annual Labor & Employment Fall Seminar
Our attorneys will discuss the topics that are always on your mind, from COVID-19 to employee benefits, and everything in between.
- Race, Religion, and Politics in the Workplace: What Employers Need to KnowRace, Religion, and Politics in the Workplace: What Employers Need to Know
In today’s society, discussions about politics, race, and religion will inevitably enter the workplace. How can employers maintain order and respect in the workplace in the face of free speech?
- Back to School What Employers Need to Know related to COVID-19 and Childcare for the Upcoming SchoolBack to School What Employers Need to Know related to COVID-19 and Childcare for the Upcoming School
As school districts announce their plans to start the school year on modified schedules with continued digital learning, employers need to anticipate the accommodations parents will request and consider leave policies.
- Bankruptcy & Alternatives for Business OwnersBankruptcy & Alternatives for Business Owners
These are challenging times and many business owners are wondering whether they will have the cash flow to sustain their businesses.
- BACK IN BUSINESS Returning Workers to the WorkplaceBACK IN BUSINESS Returning Workers to the Workplace
“Business as usual” will be anything but for the foreseeable future. Business owners need to evaluate the issues and risks as they prepare to return workers to the workplace.
- Re-Opening the Economy: Preparing to Return to the WorkplaceRe-Opening the Economy: Preparing to Return to the Workplace
Employers need to evaluate many issues and risks when attempting to return to a "new normal" and begin to sell, service, and produce as much as they can in the coming days, weeks, and months.
- COVID-19 in Skilled Care and Assisted Living: What You Must Do Now to Manage Risk and ImpactCOVID-19 in Skilled Care and Assisted Living: What You Must Do Now to Manage Risk and Impact
You CAN manage risk in senior living facilities during these trying times but understanding and following procedures is more critical now than ever to protect vulnerable residents and employees.
- The Pandemic & Your Loan Portfolio -- What's Next?The Pandemic & Your Loan Portfolio -- What's Next?
The SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loan assistance programs have been nearly exhausted and the Federal Reserve’s Main Street Lending Program is restricted to larger borrowers.
- You Received Your PPP Loan or Your Application is in Process: What You Must Do NowYou Received Your PPP Loan or Your Application is in Process: What You Must Do Now
Precise calculations of payroll and careful application of employee headcount and salary and more are critical to ensure loan forgiveness from your bank. Mistakes now could be financially devastating later.
- COVID-19: What Illinois Contractors Must KNOW and DO NOWCOVID-19: What Illinois Contractors Must KNOW and DO NOW
Contractors are being bombarded with information. Join Dennis Cotter and Matt Horn on Thursday, April 9 at 1:00 PM CT as they cut through the noise and identify the steps contractors must take now to protect their businesses and their employees.
- COVID-19 Preparing for Defaults, Forbearances and Small Business BankruptciesCOVID-19 Preparing for Defaults, Forbearances and Small Business Bankruptcies
With the economy surging for the past several years, many financial institutions have had the benefit of generating loans instead of dealing with problem credits; with the economy in a downward spiral that is rapidly changing.
- Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act): How Employers Can Take AdvantageCoronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act): How Employers Can Take Advantage
This important program is for companies that are struggling with paying their bills amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- COVID 19 Webinar Series: The Latest Local, State and Federal Mandates Impacting the WorkplaceCOVID 19 Webinar Series: The Latest Local, State and Federal Mandates Impacting the Workplace
As the new coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads in the United States, employers are taking a variety of precautions to protect their workplaces while still trying to conduct business.
- Department of Justice sues to try and block the merger of JetBlue and Spirit Airlines
American Bar Association panel votes to try to eliminate the LSAT requirement for law schools, bribery and corruption scandal in Ohio state government, Department of Justice sues to try and block the merger of JetBlue and Spirit Airlines
- Third Party Litigation Financiers deployed $3.2 bln in U.S. investments in 2022
Third Party Litigation Financiers deployed $3.2 billion in U.S. investments last year, and an abuse victim who is utilizing artificial intelligence to help represent herself in court against her alleged abuser in about a dozen different lawsuits.
- DoNotPay's AI lawyer stunt cancelled after multiple state bar associations object
‘Rust’ Prosecutors Downgrade Alec Baldwin’s Manslaughter Charges, What to know about the Ohio train derailment in East Palestine, & DoNotPay's AI lawyer stunt cancelled after multiple state bar associations object.
- Litigation Nation Podcast - Supreme Court agrees to hear Jack Daniel’s trademark case - Ep. 34
Supreme Court agrees to hear Jack Daniel’s trademark case against dog toy company, Comedian Jeff Ross At Center Of Supreme Court Dearth Penalty Appeal, & Elon Musks text messages in the lead-up to his bid to buy Twitter.
- Litigation Nation Podcast - Are College Athletes Employees? - Ep. 33
NLRB opens door for union for college athletes and employee classification, the changing economic geography of legal markets, lawsuits claim Purdue Pharma’s consulting firm, McKinsey, helped fuel the opioid crisis, and the City of Baltimore Files a first of its kind lawsuit against tobacco companies for cigarette filter waste.
- Litigation Nation - Alec Baldwin faces involuntary manslaughter charge - Ep. 32
Alec Baldwin faces involuntary manslaughter charge over fatal "Rust" shooting, Supreme Court is unable to ID the leaker in Dobbs decision, FTC Proposes Ban on Employment-Related Non-Compete Agreements (with special guest Jeff Glass)
Musicians with legal trouble are increasingly having their song lyrics used against them by federal prosecutors, trouble in the court's for President Biden's student loan forgiveness program, German auto supplier, Bosch, agreed to pay 25 million to settle California's probe into the company's role in the diesel mission scandals at Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler, and Harvard University must pay its own defense costs in the ongoing legal challenges to its affirmative action program after losing a battle, with its insurance carrier over its failure to timely notify of the lawsuit.
Twitter sues Elon Musk to force him to complete $44B acquisition, what will happen if Elon Musk loses the lawsuit, YouTube settles moderators' case over graphic videos for $4.3 mln, and Pregnant Woman in Texas H.O.V. Lane Raises Legal Questions Post-Roe.
Philadelphia paves the way to create nations first municipal bank
The Implications of the Dobbs Decision, Drivers’ Lawsuit Claims Uber and Lyft Violate Antitrust Laws, Texas Could Vote to Secede From U.S. in 2023 as GOP Pushes for Referendum, Frances Haugen wants to train lawyers to fight Facebook
- US Law Firm Serves First Ever Subpoena via NFT in Crypto Exchange Hacking Case - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 27
Illinois Governor Signs Bills Expanding Contractors’ Liability for Unpaid Wages of Subcontractors’ Workers, Massachusetts high court allows AG’s Exxon Suit Claiming Climate Deception to proceed, & US Law Firm Serves First Ever Subpoena via NFT in Crypto Exchange Hacking Case.
- Uvalde families in Texas take first steps to possible lawsuit against gunmaker - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 26
New York state passes first-ever ‘right to repair’ law for electronics, U.S. court will soon rule if AI can legally be an ‘inventor’, Supreme Court leak investigation heats up as clerks are asked for phone records.
- U.S. Chicken Purchasers Get Class-Action Certification in Price-Fixing Lawsuit - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 25
Uber Escapes Liability for Sexual Assaults by Impostor Drivers, New York Subway Shooting Survivor Sues Gun Manufacturer Glock, U.S. Chicken Producers Face a Class-Action Lawsuit for Alleged Price-Fixing Conspiracy to Reduce Chicken Meat Supply and Raise Prices dating back to 2008.
- Former president of Louvre museum charged in art trafficking case - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 24
Tennessee to Make Homeless Camps on Public Land a Felony, Idaho legislator asks U.S. Congress to close Yellowstone’s ‘zone of death’ loophole, former president of Louvre museum charged in art trafficking case.
- Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Allows Texas’ Social Media Censorship Ban to Take Effect - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 23
5th Circuit federal appeals court says the S.E.C.’s use of an in-house judge violates defendants’ rights, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Allows Texas’ Social Media Censorship Ban to Take Effect, AG Paxton Sues Google for Deceptively Tracking Users’ Location Without Consent.
- Katrina survivors sued by Louisiana after using grant money to rebuild - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 22
Congress considers increased security for Supreme Court justices, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy vows state won’t cooperate with out-of-state abortion investigations, Katrina survivors sued by Louisiana after using grant money to rebuild, Surfside Condo collapse victims reach $997 million settlement.
An entire episode on the Supreme Court Roe V. Wade leak.
- The Contractual Impossibility of Dissolving Disney’s Special District - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 20
Ohio lawyer unable to practice for 6 months after swearing at a judge outside of court, A bipartisan supported bill requiring that federal judges' financial disclosure reports be made publicly available online passes congress, and the contractual Impossibility of Florida dissolving Disney’s special district.
- Foreign entities buying American farm land without legal oversight - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 19
Lack of record keeping is allowing foreign entities to buy American farm land without oversight, California COVID-19 ruling that could open the door for additional tort litigation cases, Artificially intelligent prosecutor software is being used in China.
- U.S. Officials link North Korean hackers to $615 million cryptocurrency heist - Litigation Nation Podcast- Ep. 18
Former nurse, RaDonda Vaught, found guilty in accidental injection death of 75-year-old patient, Justice tech company Paladin partners with Ukraine’s Legal Development Network to launch European pro bono portal to assist with war relief, FBI officials say North Korean hackers stole more than $600 million in cryptocurrency in single hack.
Texas woman charged with murder for ‘self-induced abortion’, Ukrainian Supreme Court Judge Earns Fierce Nickname After Leaving Bench For Battle Against Russia, California officer plays Disney music to prevent someone from recording their activity.
- Louisiana Supreme Court Allows Police Officer's Lawsuit Against Protest Organizer - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 16
The city of Los Angeles reached a historic $3 billion settlement to address homelessness, Louisiana court rules Protest leader's can be sued for police injury regardless of whether they attended the protest or not, many big U.S. law firms are still working with their Russian clients despite stating the contrary.
- Mercedes will accept liability if its self-driving tech causes crash - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 15
DraftKings sports gambler sues MLB over sign-stealing scandal, Mercedes-Benz says it will accept legal responsibility for crashes caused by its self-driving car tech in its latest luxury models, D.C. sues Grubhub for allegedly using deceptive trade practices.
- Chapman University Professor Sues Student for Copyright Infringement After Course Exam Posted Online - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 14
Biden administration takes aim at breaking up monopolies in the domestic meat and poultry industries, federal court in Iowa strikes down proposed 'Ag-gag" law ruling it unconstitutional, lack of record keeping is allowing foreign entities to buy American farm land without oversight, and a Chapman University Business Professor is suing a student for copyright infringement after course exam is found posted online.
- U.S. actor Jussie Smollett has been sentenced after a jury found he lied about being a hate crime victim - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 13
Department of Justice hires an art sleuth targeting Russian oligarch assets, U.S. actor Jussie Smollett has been sentenced after a jury found he lied about being a hate crime victim. Walmart, CVS, and Walgreens receive guilty verdicts for contributing to the opioid crisis in two Ohio counties.
- Law firms & U.S. companies respond to imposed Russian sanctions over Ukraine - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 12
U.S. law firms & companies respond to imposed Russian sanctions over Ukraine, N.Y. lawsuit raises important questions on non-human personhood, White House Department of Justice ramps up its White Collar Prosecution of individuals that may have defrauded the government in terms of COVID-19 financial assistance.
- Sandy Hook Families Reach Settlement With Gunmaker for $73 Million - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 11
Sandy Hook families settle with Remington, marking 1st time gun-maker held liable for mass shooting, George Zimmerman lawsuit against Trayvon Martin's parents dismissed, U.S. judge blocks Biden measure for calculating climate risks.
- San Francisco D.A. says, SF police Department used rape victims’ DNA to try to ‘incriminate’ them - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 10
Texas AG sues Facebook for allegedly collecting facial-recognition data without consent, U.S. court revives Philadelphia news anchors lawsuit against Facebook over misappropriation of her right of publicity, and San Francisco D.A. says, SF police used rape victims’ DNA to try to ‘incriminate’ them.
- Montana residents receive a trial date for potential landmark climate change lawsuit - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 9
Trial set in climate change lawsuit brought by Montana youths, Inside Johnson & Johnson's secret plan to cap litigation payouts to cancer victims with "Project Plato", and California accuses Tesla of alleged discrimination in their San Francisco Bay Area factory.
- Former NFL coach sues the National Football league over racial discrimination in their hiring processes - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 8
Former NFL coach is suing the National Football league over racial discrimination in their hiring processes, young attorneys are burning out and many of them are seeking to leave the practice altogether, Growing frequency of climate disasters is forcing the insurance industries to adapt.
- Facebook is shutting down its facial recognition system after years of litigation stemming from privacy laws - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 7
Wisconsin medical providers go to the courts to prevent their at-will employees from being allowed to quit and work elsewhere, San Jose is introducing a new liability insurance requirement for gun owners, the first of its kind in the country, Facebook is shutting down its facial recognition system after years of litigation stemming from privacy laws passed in Illinois and other states.
Prosecutors file first felony charges tied to Tesla Autopilot crashes, Uber slapped with ADA lawsuit from three wheelchair-using New Orleans residents, attorneys brought up on ethics charges for their online behavior.
Artificially intelligent prosecutor software is being used in China, litigation financing through cryptocurrency, legal developments from the Surfside Condo collapse in south Florida. Join Litigation Nation host Jack Sanker every Tuesday for the most interesting litigation cases of the week.
- The Legal Technology Sector is Consolidating Significantly as Larger Corporations Increase Acquisitions - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 4
New Jersey Law firm buys office space in the Metaverse, regulatory overhaul across the country, legal technology companies are being consolidated and acquired by larger companies, a Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney takes on a civil case and wins a 25 million dollar verdict against Chicago Police Department, and the Ghislaine Maxwell Verdict in jeopardy after a juror admits he may not have been truthful on his questionnaire.
- Courts Rule New York State Justified in Opioid Lawsuit Against Pharmaceutical Companies - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 3
4th Amendment ruling in PA could rewrite what is considered acceptable probable cause, Colorado modifies previous runaway truck driver sentencing, Ghislaine Maxwell, Bankruptcy Lawyers, and New York State score a win against a pharmaceutical company for the opioid epidemic.
- California COVID-19 Ruling Could Open The Door For Additional Tort Litigation Cases - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 2
Market trends among law firms demonstrate a growing gap between the top firms and the best of the rest, Colorado criminal conviction sentence of 110 years spurs massive logistic-workers strike, and a California COVID-19 ruling that could open the door for additional tort litigation cases.
- Litigation Financing Blamed for Increased High Dollar Verdicts in Tort Claims - Litigation Nation Podcast - Ep. 1
Join Litigation Nation Host Jack Sanker as he recaps the most interesting legal news of the week