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October 18, 2019
Brandon Barnes, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Litigation Analyst discusses whether the Supreme Court will decide to greenlight proceedings in state courts for several cases in which state and local government officials are trying to hold oil companies accountable for their role in climate change. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 17, 2019
Eric Goldman, a professor at Santa Clara University Law School, discusses how federal courts in California are lowering the bar for consumers to bring privacy suits against the big tech giants. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 16, 2019
Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland & Knight, discusses Supreme Court oral arguments in a case that could bolster the power of states to prosecute undocumented immigrants for identity theft if they use someone else’s Social Security number to apply for a job. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 14, 2019
Neil Kinkopf, a professor at Georgia State University College of Law, discusses President Trump’s loss in the first major case at the federal appeals court level over his document standoff with the House. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 11, 2019
Former federal prosecutor, Robert Mintz, discusses how Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s attorney, is being scrutinized by federal investigators for his financial dealings following the indictment of two of his associates for violating campaign finance laws, according to Bloomberg sources... a dramatic development for a man who made his reputation as a crusading prosecutor. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 10, 2019
Jay Westbrook, a professor at the University of Texas, discusses why 25 states are opposing the request by Purdue Pharma LP and its owners, the billionaire Sackler family, to use bankruptcy to dodge litigation over the drug maker’s role in the U.S. opioid crisis. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 9, 2019
Stephen Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas Law School, discusses Supreme Court oral arguments over whether federal anti-discrimination law protects gay and transgender employees. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 7, 2019
Former U.S. Solicitor General Gregory Garre, a partner at Latham & Watkins LLP, discusses the controversial cases facing the Supreme Court in the new term. He speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 3, 2019
Intellectual property attorney Terence Ross, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, discusses the en banc hearing at the Ninth Circuit over whether Led Zeppelin should face a retrial over allegations of copyright infringement. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
October 1, 2019
Constitutional scholar and Harvard Law Professor, Laurence Tribe, explains why the impeachment of President Trump is warranted and the path the House should take in drafting articles of impeachment. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 30, 2019
David Bier, Immigration Policy Analyst with the Cato Institute, discusses decisions on Friday in which federal court judges in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles, put a hold on Trump immigration policies. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 30, 2019
Mark Zaid Partner Brad Moss discusses the latest legal developmentswith the House impeachment inquiry against President Trump and his demand to meet the anonymous whistle-blower. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 27, 2019
University of North Carolina School of Law Professor Michael Gerhardt discusses the complaint by a CIA whistleblower alleging that multiple government officials where alarmed about President Trump’s conversation with Ukraine’s leader and the efforts at the White House to lock down records of the call. He speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 25, 2019
Stephen Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas Law School, explains the impeachment process and the importance of the rough transcript of the phone call between President Trump and the Ukrainian President that is now at the center of Democrats’ impeachment probe. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 23, 2019
Fordham Law School Professor Andrew Kent discusses the legal process when a whistleblower comes forward with an anonymous complaint and what Congress has the authority to do to regarding the complaint that President Trump pressed Ukraine’s president to investigate one of the president’s main political opponents, Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden. He speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 23, 2019
Pat Parenteau, a professor at Vermont Law School, discusses California and 22 other states, suing to prevent President Trump from stripping the state of its power to set limits on auto emissions of greenhouse gases that are stricter than those of the national government. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 20, 2019
Bloomberg News Senior reporter for Projects and Investigations Vernon Silver discusses the "Composers Breakfast Club" comprised of Hollywood music makers who recently met at a private club on the beach in Malibu, California to discuss a major concern- the flood of copyright infringement lawsuits with hefty verdicts. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 20, 2019
Michael Gerrard, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses the ramifications of the Trump administration’s decision to stop California from setting its own emission standards for cars and trucks. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 18, 2019
Brad Moss, partner at Mark Zaid, discusses congressional testimony from President Trump’s 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski who defiantly refused to answer most questions from House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler in a combative hearing focused on presidential obstruction of justice and abuse of power. He speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 16, 2019
Former federal prosecutor Robert Mintz, a partner at McCarter & English, discusses how Felicity Huffman’s two week sentence for rigging her daughter’s entrance-exam scores in the college admissions scandal, sets the floor, the minimum, for the sentences for other parents who pleaded guilty in the scandal. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 13, 2019
Dean of the Chicago-Kent College of Law and author of the book “Presidential Powers," Harold Krent discusses the U.S. Supreme Court decision to clear the Trump administration to enforce a new rule designed to sharply limit who can apply for asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 11, 2019
Columbia School of Law Professor John Coffee discusses the lawsuit by New York and a half dozen other states who are suing the Securities and Exchange Commission over allegations they watered down a final regulation intended to protect broker-dealer customers from conflicts of interest. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 10, 2019
Loyola University School of Law Professor Spencer Waller discusses the investigation by attorney generals from 48 states into whether Google’s advertising practices violate antitrust laws. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 10, 2019
Peter Henning, a professor at Wayne State University Law School, discusses Raj Rajaratnam, the mastermind of one of the largest hedge-fund insider-trading rings in U.S. history, and why he’s out of prison two years early. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 9, 2019
Rick Su, a professor at the Univeristy of North Carolina Law School, discusses a federal judge pressing government lawyers on whether the Trump administration skirted rule-making requirements when it adopted new expedited-removal procedures for undocumented immigrants, questioning whether the policy itself was crafted with care or by “ouija board.” He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 9, 2019
Bloomberg News cybersecurity reporter Kartikay Mehrotra discusses the late bid by Google and its industry allies to water down the first major data-privacy law in the U.S., seeking to carve out exemptions for digital advertising, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg and people familiar with the negotiations. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 6, 2019
Harry First, a professor of antitrust law at NYU Law School, discusses the intensifying scrutiny by state law enforcement officers of possible anti-competitive behavior by Facebook and Google, as New York announces a bipartisan coalition of states investigating possible antitrust violations by Facebook. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 5, 2019
Laurie Levenson, a professor at Loyola Law School, describes real estate heir Robert Durst’s attempt to hamstring prosecutors with claims that the murder case against him is tainted by corrupt ties between police and the creators of the 2015 HBO documentary that triggered his arrest. She speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
September 4, 2019
Eric Goldman, a professor at Santa Clara University School of Law, discusses a record fine for a children’s privacy case: Google’s YouTube agreed to pay a $170 million fine and limit ads on kids’ videos to settle claims that the company violated children’s privacy laws. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 30, 2019
Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr disccusses the letter Senate Republicans sent to the Supreme Court accusing five Democratic colleagues of threatening the court with political retribution in an extraordinary clash over what is set to be the court’s first case on gun rights in a decade. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli.
August 29, 2019
Bloomberg News investigative reporter Polly Mosendz discusses the Trump administration policy change affecting a small number of U.S. military personnel and government employees serving overseas who will no longer be automatically granted citizenship for children they’ve adopted while abroad. She speaks to Bloomberg’s Bob Moon.
August 28, 2019
Bloomberg News Legal Reporter Chris Dolmetsch discusses the confirmation by Deutsche Bank that it has the tax returns requested by U.S. lawmakers seeking financial information for President Donald Trump and his family. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Bob Moon.
August 27, 2019
Bloomberg News Legal reporter Jef Feeley discusses the ruling by an Oklahoma judge who ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million to the state for compensation for the public-health crisis spawned by opioid painkillers. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Bob Moon.
August 26, 2019
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Robinson discusses the potential challenge at the U.S. Supreme Court to laws prohibiting members of the Electoral College from voting their conscience rather than the presidential candidate who won their state. She also discusses the health scare of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who was successfully treated for a malignant tumor on her pancreas. She speaks to Bloomberg’s Bob Moon.
August 23, 2019
Wayne State University Law School Professor and former SEC senior attorney Peter Henning discusses investment advisor Raymond Lucia’s legal saga with the Securities and Exchange Commission over his allegedly misleading buckets of money retirement presentations. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 22, 2019
Indiana University Maurer School of Law Professor Steve Sanders discusses the rift between the Justice Department and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over discrimination cases, which is a rare occurrence, but now increasingly common in the Trump era. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 21, 2019
Cornell University Law School Professor Robert Hockett discusses the Trump administration’s changes to the Volker rule which seeks to provide lenders a much clearer picture of which trades are prohibited, giving them confidence to engage in transactions without fear of violating Volcker. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 20, 2019
Former Federal prosecutor and Senior Attorney at Theodora Oringher, George Newhouse discusses the manslaughter trial of Michael Drejka. Drejka is accused of fatally shooting Markeis McGlockton and the case ignited a national debate over Florida’s stand your ground law. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 19, 2019
Bloomberg News Legal reporter Kartikay Mehrotra discusses the effort by officials in Illinois to protect the integrity of the U.S. presidential election. Security experts are furiously working at the Illinois Board of Elections headquarters in Springfield to prevent a replay of 2016, when Russian hackers breached the state’s voter registration rolls. He speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 16, 2019
Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson, Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporter, discusses why a growing number of law firms are setting up new Supreme Court practices, even though the number of cases the court takes has hit historical lows in recent terms. She speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 15, 2019
Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland & Knight, explains the immigration basics that everyone should know in order to understand the complex issues about immigration that seem to be in the news almost daily. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 14, 2019
Charles Warren, chair of the environmental practice at Kramer, Levin, Naftalis and Frankel, discusses the lawsuit by a group of 28 U.S. states and cities to block the Trump administration’s “clean energy” plan, alleging it is an industry giveaway that will reverse progress in addressing climate change and prolong the nation’s dependence on fossil fuels. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 13, 2019
Vermont Law School Professor Pat Parenteau discusses proposed changes by the Trump administration to the Endangered Species Act, the landmark law that has protected fish, plants and wildlife since it was signed into law by President Richard Nixon. The changes will profoundly weaken the act. Polar bears, seals, whooping cranes and beluga whales are some of the animals that are at risk. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 12, 2019
First Amendment expert and University of Notre Dame Law School Professor Richard Garnett discusses a federal appeals court ruling allowing a Pennsylvania county to continue to display a memorial cross on its seal. This is the first test of the U.S. Supreme Court’s most recent decision on the role of religion in a pluralistic society. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 9, 2019
Eric Goldman, a professor at Santa Clara University School of Law, discusses the lawsuit accusing Facebook Inc, of gathering and storing biometric data without consent and potentially exposing the company to billions of dollars in damages. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 8, 2019
Susan Decker, Bloomberg News patent reporter, discusses how courts are cracking down on pornography producers and sellers filing thousands of lawsuits against people for downloading and trading racy films on home computers. She speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 8, 2019
Intellectual property attorney Terence Ross, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, discusses a jury’s decision that Katy Pery, her collaborators and her record label owe the writers of a Christian rap song $2.78 million for copying their song in her hit, "Dark Horse." He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 7, 2019
Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr discusses a possible second amendment showdown as the Supreme Court is set to decide this month whether to hear a challenge to New York City rules that sharply limited where licensed handguns could be taken while locked and unloaded. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 6, 2019
Trump Conservative Picks Reshape Court For DecadesUniversity of Richmond School of Law Professor Carl Tobias discusses the 13 new federal judges confirmed to the bench by the Senate before they left for August recess, bringing the total number of Trump appointees to 144, allowing President Trump to reshape the court with conservatives for decades to come. He speaks to Bloomberg's June Grasso.
August 5, 2019
Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland and Knight and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the Justice Department’s Office of Immigration Litigation discusses a D.C. ruling that struck down President Trump’s attempt last year to limit asylum only to people who cross into the United States at official entry points along the southern border. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 5, 2019
Mississippi hasn’t elected a black official statewide in more than 130 years. Rick Pildes, a professor at NYU Law School, discusses a lawsuit targeting Mississippi’s 1890 constitution as expressly crafted to stop African Americans from getting elected. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 2, 2019
Jordan Rubin, Bloomberg Law Legal Editor, discusses how America’s Secret Drug War unfolded over the struggle to curb synthetic drugs and how two film producers could spend the rest of their lives in prison for selling synthetic drugs they swear were legal. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
August 1, 2019
Steve Sanders, a professor at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law discusses Arizona’s lawsuit asking the U.S. Supreme Court to force the Sackler family, which owns OxyContin-maker Purdue Pharma, to return billions of dollars they allegedly siphoned from the company. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 31, 2019
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Robinson discusses the end of the first Supreme Court term with its strengthened conservative majority. Chief Justice John Roberts cast the deciding votes in two 5-4 cases, handing high-profile wins to both conservatives and liberals. She speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 30, 2019
Stephen Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas School of Law, discusses why a divided Supreme Court cleared President Trump’s administration to start using disputed Pentagon funds to construct more than 100 miles of fencing along the Mexican border. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 29, 2019
Capital defense attorney Madeline Cohen who represents several prisoners on federal death row discusses the federal government’s decision to resume executions in December after a 16-year moratorium. She speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 26, 2019
Harry First, a professor at NYU Law School, discusses the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s new investigation into whether Facebook Inc. violated antitrust laws, right after Facebook agree to pay a record $5 billion fine for privacy violations. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 26, 2019
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr discusses the federal approval of T-Mobile’s proposed purchase of Sprint. He speaks with Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 25, 2019
Richard Briffault, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses why Texas won’t have to get federal approval before making changes to its voter maps under a new ruling by a federal appeals court, deespite findings of intentional discrimination. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 24, 2019
Bob Mintz, a former federal prosecutor and partner at McCarter & English discusses Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited testimony on the conclusions of the Mueller report. He speaks to Bloomberg's June Grasso and Amy Morris.
July 23, 2019
Cato Institute Immigration Policy Analyst David Bier discusses the Trump administration's effort to crack down on illegal immigration with a new fast track deportation process that would bypass immigration judges and remove immigrants in as quickly as a day. He speaks with Bloomberg's June Grasso.
July 22, 2019
Timothy Jost, a professor at Washington and Lee School of Law, discusses how a ruling by a federal judge that the Trump administration can expand the sale of short-term health insurance policies not meeting the standards of the Affordable Care Act, helps President Trump in his plan to undo Obamacare. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso
July 19, 2019
Spencer Waller, a professor at Loyola University of Chicago, discusses the Justice Department urging a federal appeals court to put on hold a judge’s order that would force Qualcomm Inc, to change how it licenses its patents, putting the Trump Administration on the opposite side of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 18, 2019
Robert Mintz, former federal prosecutor and a partner at McCarter & English, discusses a federal judge’s decision to deny bail to Jeffrey Epstein, the financier accused of child sex trafficking, finding that Epstein poses a danger to the community. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 18, 2019
Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Analyst for Anti-trust Litigation Jennifer Rie discusses the testimony this week from the four biggest US tech firms, Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple as they defended themselves against a range of concerns from lawmakers at a House Antitrust subcommittee hearing. She speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 16, 2019
South Texas College of Law Professor Josh Blackman discusses the record for the federal government’s lawyers in the past Supreme Court term. The Solicitor General’s office posted a better record than last term in cases in which it was a party to—but it still barely passed the 50-50 mark, winning twelve cases and losing ten. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 15, 2019
Leon Fresco, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Immigration Litigation at the Department of Justice discusses President Donald Trump’s move to end asylum protections for most Central American migrants who cross the U.S. southern border. He speaks with Blooomberg’s June Grasso.
July 15, 2019
Steven Schwinn, a professor at the John Marshall Law School, discusses the skeptical response of two of three federal judges on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to President Trump’s attempt to keep Congress’s hands off his financial records. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 12, 2019
Wayne State University Law School Professor Peter Henning discusses possible settlement costs for lawsuits against Bayer claiming the embattled German company’s weedkiller Roundup causes cancer and the Justice Department’s criminal investigation into whether Johnson & Johnson lied to the public about the possible cancer risks of its talcum powder. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 11, 2019
Steve Sanders, a professor at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law, discusses why a federal appeals court threw out a lawsuit by the attorneys general of Maryland and Washington D.C., accusing President Trump of illegally profiting from his Washington hotel. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 10, 2019
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey discusses the fate of Obamacare in the courts and why Massachusetts is one of the states defending the law in federal court. She speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
July 9, 2019
Bloomberg News Legal reporter Patricia Hurtado discusses the sex-trafficking charges against fund manager Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein wants a federal judge to find that the charges against him unsealed in New York are pre-empted by a controversial plea deal the financier struck with prosecutors in Florida more than a decade ago. She speaks to Bloomberg's June Grasso.
July 8, 2019
Dr. Claudy Op den Kamp, Senior Lecturer in Film at the Faculty Member Centre for the Intellectual Property Policy & Management, at Bournemouth University, discusses her book "A History of Intellectual Property in 50 Objects." She speaks with Bloomberg's June Grasso.
July 5, 2019
Andrew Harris, Bloomberg News Legal Reporter, discusses how the Justice Department is exploring ways to include a citizenship question onthe U.S. census as President Donald Trump vows to fight on after the Supreme Court put the plan on hold. He speaks with host June Grasso.
July 5, 2019
Kartikay Mehrotra, Bloomberg News Legal Reporter, discusses how a federal judge blocked the Trump administration’s plan to jail immigrants seeking asylum, and deny them bail if they crossed the U.S. border without permission. He speaks with host June Grasso.
July 2, 2019
Josh Blackman, Professor of Law at South Texas College of Law, gives a Scotus recap. He speaks with Bloomberg Law host June Grasso.
July 1, 2019
Stephen Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas School of Law, discusses how Chief Justice John Roberts refused to overturn precedent in a case dealing with the power of federal agencies, siding with the liberal justices in a 5-4 decision. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 28, 2019
Intellectual property attorney Terence Ross, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, discusses why a legal loophole may mean some the most recognizable instrumental solos in rock music … are up for grabs. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 28, 2019
Wayne State University Law School Professor Peter Henning disccuses the U.S. investigation of an international network of traders suspected of infiltrating banks and companies to glean confidential information on megadeals. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 27, 2019
Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter, Greg Stohr, discusses the Supreme Court’s final rulings backing partisan voting maps and temporarily blocking the Trump administration’s plan to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 26, 2019
Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig discusses the upcoming testimony next month from Special Counsel Robert Mueller before the House Judiciary and House Intelligence Committees setting up what is sure to be one of the most dramatic hearings of the Trump presidency.
June 25, 2019
Former federal prosecutor Jeffrey Cramer, Managing Director of the Berkeley Research Group, discusses why forrmer National Security Adviser Michael Flynn may have one goal in replacing his longtime criminal defense attorneys this month with the politically provocative Sidney Powell -- to win a pardon from his old boss, President Donald Trump. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 21, 2019
Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr discusses the decades long legal saga involving the death sentence of a Mississippi man convicted at his sixth trial for the same murders after the prosecutor repeatedly excluded black people from the jury. The Supreme Court threw out the sentence citing bias in choosing the jury. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 20, 2019
Steve Sanders, a professor at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law, discusses how the Supreme Court next term could wipe out lower-court rulings that shield LGBTQ people from getting fired for who they are. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 19, 2019
Wayne State University Law School Professor Peter Henning discusses the Johnson & Johnson California talc-cancer case that will now go before a second jury because the first jury couldn’t agree whether a dying woman was eligible for punitive damages after finding that the company’s talc products caused her illness. The jury did find the companies products caused her cancer and awarded her 12 million dollars. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 18, 2019
Cornell Law School Professor Robert Hockett discussess the legality of President Trump demoting or firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell after Bloomberg reported exclusively the president talked about firing him in February. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 17, 2019
Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter, Greg Stohr, discusses the court’s decisions today not to change double jeopardy doctrines, upholding a uranium-mining ban and sending a dispute over a gay-wedding cake back to the lower court. He talks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 14, 2019
Kartikay Mehrotra , Bloomberg News legal reporter, discusses how President Trump’s attempts to loosen climate standards have been stymied by the courts for two years on procedural grounds, leading the administration to now try following the rules to achieve its environmental deregulation agenda. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 13, 2019
Bloomberg Law Editor, Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson, discusses why Trump’s Solicitor General, Noel Francisco, has an almost perfect record this term on the recommendations he makes to the justices about what cases the Supreme Court should take up next term. She speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 12, 2019
Bloomberg News Miami bureau chief Jonathan Levin discusses lawsuits in U.S. courts by Cuban exiles to demand compensation for property lost to the communist government. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 11, 2019
Jennifer Rie, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Litigation Analyst, discusses the lawsuit by a group of states to block T-Mobile US Inc.’s proposed takeover of Sprint Corp. on antitrust grounds, putting pressure on the Justice Department as it nears a final decision on the merger of the two wireless carriers. She speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 10, 2019
Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr discusses the end of the U.S. Supreme Court’s term which include looming decisions that could affect the 2020 election and thrust the court even deeper into the nation’s political wars. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 7, 2019
Bobby Schwartz, a partner at Quinn Emanuel, discusses the lawsuit by a pair of Fox studios alleging that Netflix illegally induced two executives to break their contracts and the implications for the industry. He talks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 6, 2019
Charles Warren, chair of the environmental practice at Kramer, Levin, Naftalis and Frankel, discusses oral arguments in a novel climate change lawsuit by 21 young Americans who allege that climate change violates their constitutional rights. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 5, 2019
Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Professor Douglas Berman discusses the government’s 5-4 win in a criminal sentencing case that could have the effect of keeping defendants locked up longer. Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined the conservatives in the majority and Justice Neil Gorsuch joined the liberals in the minority. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 4, 2019
Greg Stohr, Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter discusses the push to reopen the census citizenship question case after a new claim emerged that a Republican redistricting consultant influenced the decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 4, 2019
Peter Henning, a professor at Wayne State University Law School, discusses the implications of the U.S Supreme Court leaving intact the insider-trading conviction of former SAC Capital Advisors LP portfolio manager Mathew Martoma, rejecting an appeal that could have undercut efforts to clean up Wall Street. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 3, 2019
Mark Zaid Partner Brad Moss discusses potential impeachment proceedings against President Trump and the release of a transcript of a message from President Trump’s lawyer John Dowd. Dowd asked asked for a “heads up” from former national Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s attorney as Flynn was poised to enter a cooperation agreement with prosecutors from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office. He speaks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
June 3, 2019
Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Litigation Analyst Jennifer Rie discusses U.S. antitrust enforcement agencies divvying up the investigations of the tech giants and the outlines of investigations of Google and Amazon. She talks to Bloomberg’s June Grasso.
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