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Longmont, CO

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Host June Grasso examines the major legal issues affecting business.

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English


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HSBC `Project Shine' Goes on Trial (Audio)

9/19/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Patricia Hurtado and Lananh Nguyen from Bloomberg News, discuss an HSBC holdings currency trade code-named "Project Shine," which resulted in a $8 million profit for the bank and indictments for several of the bank's currency traders. They speak with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:07:56


Citing Bharara's Lies, SAC Trader Denies Guilty Plea (Audio)

9/19/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Peter Henning, a professor at Wayne State University Law School, discusses why a former trader for now-defunct hedge fund SAC is now seeking to withdraw his guilty plea, claiming that former Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara mislead him about potentially damning evidence. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:04:26


Trump Administration Revises U.S. Environmental Policy (Audio)

9/19/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Charles Warren, a partner at Kramer, Levin, Naftalis & Frankel, and Patrick Parenteau, a professor at Vermont Law School, discuss the Trump administration's evolving positon on environmental regulations, including U.S. involvement in the Paris climate accord and national park designations. They speak with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:12:43


Bloomberg Law Brief: Judge Blocks Trump Threat (Audio)

9/19/2017
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Ilya Somin, a professor at the George Mason University Antonin Scalia School of Law, discusses a decision by a federal judge, who ruled Friday that the U.S. Justice Department can’t withhold millions of dollars in grants supporting public safety from cities that refuse to share the immigration status of suspects in police custody. He speaks with June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:03:22


President Trump Nominates First Set of SEC Nominees (Audio)

9/18/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- John Coffee, a professor at Columbia Law School, discusses a new round of nominations for the SEC, which has been understaffed for months. He speak with June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:07:57


Tech Industry Fights Against Anti-Sex Trafficking Bill (Audio)

9/18/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- William McGeveran, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, and Scott Vernick, a partner at Fox Rothschild, discuss why the tech industry is opposing the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act, which would allow state prosecutors and victims to sue social networks that don't do enough to combat users who post exploitative content. They speak with June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:08:53


Federal Judge Blocks Trump Threat to Sanctuary Cities (Audio)

9/18/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Ilya Somin, a professor at the George Mason University Antonin Scalia School of Law, discusses a decision by a federal judge, who ruled Friday that the U.S. Justice Department can’t withhold millions of dollars in grants supporting public safety from cities that refuse to share the immigration status of suspects in police custody. He speaks with June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:05:35


Bloomberg Law Brief: Tax Ruling Poised for Court Review (Audio)

9/18/2017
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Kirk Stark, a professor at UCLA Law School, discusses a ruling by the South Dakota Supreme Court, which decided that companies selling goods over the internet can't be forced to collect the state's 4.5 percent tax on purchases. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:03:28


Court Reinstates Controversial Texas Voting Districts (Audio)

9/14/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Richard Briffault, a professor at Columbia Law School, and Nathaniel Persily, a professor at Stanford Law School, discuss a Supreme Court decision, which reinstated disputed congressional and state voting maps in Texas, and blocks two lower court rulings that said the re-drawn district lines were the result of racial discrimination. They speak with June Grasso and Greg Stohr on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:12:23


White House Sued over Phone Searches at U.S. Border (Audio)

9/14/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Erik Larson, a legal reporter for Bloomberg News, discusses a new lawsuit against the Trump administration, which accuses the administration of allowing federal border agents to seize and search the mobile phones of thousands of people, both citizens and immigrants, as they entered the United States. He speaks with June Grasso and Greg Stohr on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:05:39


Bloomberg Law Brief: Mueller Probe and Social Media (Audio)

9/14/2017
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Larry Liebert, Bloomberg News national security editor, discusses news that special counsel Robert Mueller is taking a closer look at how Facebook and other social media platforms may have helped Russia influence voters in the 2016 election. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:03:23


Judge Rules `We Shall Overcome' Not Under Copyright (Audio)

9/13/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Mark Rifkin, a partner at Wolf Haldenstein, discusses a recent federal court decision, which struck down the copyright for the iconic song, "We Shall Overcome," saying that adapting the song from older works was not enough to qualify for copyright protection. He speaks June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:08:30


Supreme Court Reaffirms Trump Travel Ban (Audio)

9/13/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Leon Fresco, a partner at Holland and Knight, and Josh Blackman, a professor at South Texas College of Law, discuss a Supreme Court deicison to reinforce President Trump's controversial travel ban, saying that he is legally allowed to prevent thousands of refugees from entering the country while the justices prepare to hear a broader challenge to the policy next month. They speak with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:11:37


Mueller Probe Takes New Interest in Social Media (Audio)

9/13/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Larry Liebert, a national security editor for Bloomberg News, discusses a Bloomberg report that special counsel Robert Mueller is taking a closer look at how Facebook and other social media platforms may have helped Russia influence voters in the 2016 election. He speaks with June Grasso on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:05:48


Bloomberg Law Brief: Google Appeals EU Antitrust Fine (Audio)

9/12/2017
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Jennifer Rie, a senior litigation analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses Google's decision to appeal a record-breaking $2.9 billion EU antitrust fine, striking off a legal challenge that could take years to conclude. She speaks June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:02:54


New York Court Turns Down Assisted Suicide Law (Audio)

9/11/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- David Orentlicher, co-director of the health law program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, discusses a New York Court of Appeals decision turning down a proposed assisted suicide law in the state. He speaks June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:07:40


Google Appeals Record EU Antitrust Fine (Audio)

9/11/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Jennifer Rie, a senior litigation analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses Google's decision to appeal a record-breaking $2.9 billion EU antitrust fine, striking off a legal challenge that could take years to conclude. She speaks June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:06:33


Equifax Faces Billions in Lawsuits After Data Breach (Audio)

9/11/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Erik Gordon, a professor at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, and Craig Newman, a partner at Patterson Belknap, discusses the barrage of legal action that awaits Equifax in the wake of a massive data breach that revealed personal information like birthdays and social security numbers of 143 million Americans. They speak with June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:12:26


Bloomberg Law Brief: Another Travel Ban Setback (Audio)

9/11/2017
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Peter Blumberg, a legal editor for Bloomberg News, discusses another setback for president Trump after the Ninth Circuit court of appeals left in place a lower-court ruling forcing the government to accept people with grandparents, cousins, and other relatives in the U.S. He speaks with June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Law."

Duration: 00:02:41


Wells Fargo Rethinks Diversity Training After Suits (Audio)

9/8/2017
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(Bloomberg) -- Valerie Purdie Greenaway, a professor at Columbia University, discusses Wells Fargo's attempts to create a more fair workplace as part of a $35.5 million settlement with black financial advisers. She speaks with June Grasso and Michael Best on Bloomberg Radio's

Duration: 00:08:32

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