Legal Current
Legal Current is a podcast from Thomson Reuters, Legal, that features information and commentary on the business and practice of law.

We have a very lively episode this month – the highlight being an interview with Dana Kravetz, an employment law expert, looking at the recent Supreme Court decision on what is being called the biggest class-action sex-discrimination case in over 50 years.

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Direct download: LegalCurrent_July2011.mp3
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Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling against Microsoft, granting Toronto-based i4i $290 million, brings up several questions. What impact will this decision have on intellectual property law in general? As innovation and technology continue to advance, will we see more IP lawsuits in the future?

For answers to these questions and to learn more about how this case will affect IP law, we interviewed Rod Berman, Chair of the IP Group with Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell L.L.P.


Direct download: LegalCurrent_RobBerman.mp3
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ProLaw XII is launched, built on .NET technology for improved reporting features and more.

Direct download: Legal_Current_ProLawXII.mp3
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Mark Medice, program director, Hildebrandt Baker Robbins Peer Monitor, comments on the Q1 2011 report.

Direct download: LegalCurrent_PMIQ12011.mp3
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This month's episode features a discussion on social media and its impact on political unrest in the Middle East with Reuters journalist Peter Apps. We also have "Chaos in the Courts," and "On the Blawgs," plus our new segment "In the News."

For show notes and timecodes, and more information on Thomson Reuters, go to

Direct download: LegalCurrent_060111.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm EST