I’ve been so busy lately, I’ve neglected to plug the most recent episodes of my own podcast. So here is two weeks’ worth of Lawyer2Lawyer:
- First up: Supreme Court end of term. We look at last week’s key rulings and take the end-of-term pulse of the court with help from two guests: Tony Mauro, Supreme Court correspondent for Legal Times, American Lawyer Media and Law.com, and Amy Howe, partner with Howe & Russell in Washington, D.C., and regulator contributor to and editor of SCOTUSblog.
- Next in line: Pet food litigation. We discuss the class action litigation following recent pet-food recalls. Joining us are Jay Edelson, partner at the Chicago firm Blim & Edelson LLC, the lawyer who filed one of the first class actions over contaminated pet food, and Bruce A. Wagman, partner with the firm Schiff Hardin LLP in San Francisco and chief outside litigation counsel of the Animal Legal Defense Fund.
Download or listen to either program from the links above. (For downloading, free registration is required with the Legal Talk Network.)