Tue, 23 February 2016
After a prolonged absence due to holidays, vacations and two feet of snow in the Washington, D.C. area, the guys are back!!
The show starts out with the show recounting the story of two Virgina Tech college students (male and female) who were involved in the disappearance of a teenage girl. The guy discuss how the use of the app "Kik" was used by the perpetrators of this crime to ultimately lure the young girl to her death. This then leads to a discussion about mobile apps and the dangers that they pose to teens and young children and potentially adults as well.
Moving on deeper into the show, the discussion transitions into a discussion surrounding inappropriate photos and text messages sent via cell phone or other mobile devices.
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Wed, 17 February 2016
What impact did Justice Antonin Scalia have on the Supreme Court? And what lies ahead for the Court?
Legal Current explores these questions with Prof. Ronald D. Rotunda, The Doy & Dee Henley Chair and Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence at Chapman University, and co-author of Nowak and Rotunda's Treatise on Constitutional Law: Substance and Procedure.
Direct download: The_Legacy_of_Justice_Scalia__The_Future_of_the_Supreme_Court.mp3
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Wed, 10 February 2016
Last summer, in the case of HM Electronics Inc.v. R.F. Technologies Inc., a federal judge ordered severe sanctions because of e-discovery failures. How do new rules on proportionality and spoliation impact how e-discovery is handled? Robert Brownstone with Fenwick & West discusses.
Direct download: New_rules_on_proportionality_and_spoliation_in_e-discovery.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:04am EDT