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Host June Grasso examines the major legal issues affecting business.

Host June Grasso examines the major legal issues affecting business.
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Host June Grasso examines the major legal issues affecting business.

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Apple-Qualcomm Feud Back in Court in Royalty Fight

9/18/2018
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Matt Larson, Bloomberg intelligence litigation analyst, discusses the court fight between Qualcomm and Apple, which continues this week in the U.S. International Trade Commission, where the chip-maker is trying to stop Apple devices from being sold in the U.S. Plus,Jonathan Adler, professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Law and Director of the Center for Business Law & Regulation, discusses President Trump’s continued support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who will...

Duration:00:11:59

Kavanaugh Confirmation in Doubt After New Allegations

9/17/2018
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Steve Sanders, a professor at The Indiana University Maurer School of Law , discusses allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavnaugh, whose confirmation is now in trouble after all of the Democrats and some Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee asked to delay a Thursday confirmation vote. Plus, Robert Mintz, a partner at McCarter and English, discusses former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s guilty plea, and what it means for Special Counsel Robert...

Duration:00:14:38

Ken Starr on `Contempt’ and Mueller Investigation (Radio)

9/14/2018
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Former independent counsel Ken Starr discusses his new book, "Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation" and how his experiences in the Clinton investigation apply to the present political situation. Plus, Brad Moss, a partner at Mark Zaid Plc., discusses Paul Manafort's decision to plead guilty to bank and tax fraud allegations brought by special counsel Robert Mueller. She speaks with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Duration:00:13:08

Trump Takes Aim at Obama-Era Methane Rules

9/13/2018
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Richard Revesz, a professor at NYU Law School and director of the Institute for Policy Integrity, discusses why the Trump administration is proposing to relax Obama-era rules that were meant to block rogue methane leaks from oil and gas wells. Plus, David McLaughlin, Bloomberg News legal reporter, discusses a Thursday FTC hearing, where U.S. antitrust enforcers are exploring whether rising industry concentrating in the tech sector is hurting the ability of American companies to be...

Duration:00:15:26

Low-Key Lawyer Takes Charge in Trump-Mueller Relations

9/12/2018
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Shannon Pettypiece, Bloomberg News White House reporter, discusses the role of Jane Raskin in President Trump's legal defense. While lead lawyer Rudy Giuliani has become the public figurehead for President Trump in the Mueller investigation, but Raskin has become the lead negotiator in talks between President Trump's team and Robert Mueller's team. She speaks with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Duration:00:07:17

Google Continues Fight Against `Right to be Forgotten'

9/11/2018
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Iain Wilson, managing partner at Brett Wilson, discusses why Google is continuing its court fight over the European Union's "right to be forgotten" rules, which forces the search engine to remove links to information about a person on request if it’s outdated or irrelevant. Plus, Erik Larson, Bloomberg News legal reporter, discusses why President Trump might not be able to just walk away from a $130,000 hush money deal that was paid to adult film star Stormy Daniels to stay quiet about a...

Duration:00:15:26

Trump Says He is Open to Mueller Interview

9/7/2018
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William Banks, a professor at Syracuse University Law School, discusses President Trump’s Friday comments aboard Air Force One, where he said that he would be open to an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller “under the right conditions.” Plus, Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr discusses the final day of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Duration:00:15:14

White House Sides with Texas in Obamacare Lawsuit

9/6/2018
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Timothy Jost, a professor at Washington and Lee School of Law, discusses why the Trump administration is siding with the state of Texas in a challenge to key parts of the Affordable Care Act. The administration took the unusual step of siding with a state against a federal government policy as President Trump continues efforts to dismantle Obamacare. Plus, Steve Sanders, a professor at the University of Indiana Maurer School of Law, discusses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's second...

Duration:00:15:42

Kavanaugh Faces Questions on Guns, Subpoenas, in Senate

9/5/2018
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Neil Kinkopf, a professor at Georgia State University College of Law, discusses the second day of Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearings. Plus, Justin Reed Walker, a professor at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law and former clerk for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Justice Anthony Kennedy, discusses Kavanaugh’s answers to Senate questioning and his experiences clerking for him. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Duration:00:12:57

Kavanaugh Faces Senate Protests in Day one of Hearings

9/4/2018
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Justin Driver, professor at the University of Chicago Law School and author of "The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind," discusses the first day of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Plus, Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr discusses how Democrats tried to delay or derail the Kavanaugh hearings before they began. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Duration:00:15:17

Three Courts Debate Census Citizenship Question

8/29/2018
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Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson, Supreme Court reporter for Bloomberg Law, discusses whether several U.S. courts will allow the Trump administration to go forward with plans to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 census. Plus, Robert Mintz, a partner at McCarter and English, discusses whether prosecutors will decide to retry Paul Manafort on the ten counts against him where a Virginia jury failed to return any verdict. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Duration:00:15:17

Manafort’s Washington Trial Pushed Back

8/28/2018
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Brad Moss, a partner at Mark Zaid Plc., discusses why the judge overseeing Paul Manafort’s Washington D.C. money-laundering trial has agreed to push back the start date for the trial until September 24th. Plus, Barry McDonald, a professor at Pepperdine University Law School, discusses why a U.S. judge has extended a ban on publishing blueprints for 3-D printed guns online, a victory for gun-control advocates and several states that sued to prevent the plans from being posted. They speak with...

Duration:00:16:47

Musk Keeps Tesla Public, But Doesn’t End Drama

8/27/2018
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Peter Henning, a professor at Wayne State University Law School, discusses the continuing legal woes for Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who said he was considering taking the electric car-maker private earlier in August, drawing regulatory scrutiny from U.S. authorities. Plus, Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig, special counsel at Lowenstein Sandler, discusses President Trump’s latest attacks on attorney general Jeff Sessions, who he has frequently criticized for recusing himself in the Mueller...

Duration:00:15:49

Trump Says Campaign Finance Violations are Common

8/23/2018
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Ken Doyle, senior editor for money and politics at Bloomberg Government, discusses President Trump’s recent comments on Fox News, where he said that almost anyone who runs for office in the United States has campaign finance violations. Plus, a look at the recent guilty plea by former Trump personal lawyer Michael Cohen. Plus, Charles Franklin, professor of law and public policy and director of the Marquette Law School Poll, discusses the latest data on the Wisconsin midterm elections, where...

Duration:00:16:00

Cohen Has `Knowledge’ of Russia Conspiracy, Lawyer Says

8/22/2018
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Kevin Whitelaw, Bloomberg News deputy managing editor, discusses the Tuesday legal setbacks for President Trump after his former lawyer pled guilty to illegal campaign finance charges and his former campaign chairman became a convicted felon. Brad Moss, a partner at Mark Zaid Plc., offers his thoughts on speculation that President Trump will pardon Paul Manafort, who was convicted on several counts of bank and tax fraud on Tuesday. Plus, former federal prosecutor Robert Mintz, a partner at...

Duration:00:20:45

California AG Becerra on Opposition to Trump

8/21/2018
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Xavier Becerra, Attorney General for the state of California, discusses the state's many legal challenges to President Trump's policies, focusing on immigration and climate issues. Plus, Former federal prosecutor Seth Waxman discusses the latest updates in the bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, where the jury has sent a note to Judge T.S. Ellis III saying they're deadlocked on at least one of the 18 counts against Manafort. They speak with Bloomberg's...

Duration:00:12:34

Giuliani `Truth' Comments Put Trump Interview in Doubt

8/20/2018
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William Banks, a professor at Syracuse University Law School, discusses recent comments by President Trump's lead attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who is casting new doubt on an interview between the President and special counsel Robert Mueller. Plus, Kevin Whitelaw, Bloomberg News deputy managing editor, discusses the bank and tax fraud trial of Paul Manafort, which is now in its third day as jurors deliberate on the eighteen counts being brought against President Trump's former campaign chairman....

Duration:00:15:09

Trump Asks SEC to Review Quarterly Earnings Reports

8/17/2018
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Peggy Collins, Bloomberg News U.S. investing team leader, discusses President Trump’s Friday tweet, where he said that he’s asked the SEC to investigate a switch from quarterly earnings from U.S. companies to reporting results every six months. Plus, Richard Ausness, a professor at the University Of Kentucky School Of Law, discusses President Trump’s Thursday request for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to initiate a federal lawsuit against opioid makers for their role in the historic opioid...

Duration:00:12:31

Musk Faces Regulatory Scrutiny in Tesla Private Story

8/16/2018
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John Coffee, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses the regulatory scrutiny that could meet Tesla CEO Elon Musk as he explores taking Tesla private. Plus, Jimmy Gurule, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, discusses the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, where a jury is currently deliberating on eighteen charges of bank and tax fraud against Manafort. They speak with Bloomberg's June Grasso.

Duration:00:13:15

Jurors Hear Closing Arguments in Manafort Trial

8/15/2018
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Elie Honig, special counsel at Lowenstein Sandler, discusses the bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, where jurors heard closing arguments summarizing the dramatic testimony that they heard over the past 2 weeks. Plus, Pat McGinley, a professor at West Virginia University College of Law, discusses why the West Virginia House of Delegates voted to impeach all of the sitting justices on the state’s highest court, leaving Republican Governor Jim Justice to...

Duration:00:14:02