Poor Karen Kuldy, she had (then lost) one million dollars. How did that happen? In sports, we try to figure out what’s going with the Kirk Cousins contract situation. And we begin our conversation about the US Supreme Court, focusing on things to consid
Another sad but true story involving a Florida couple. A combined tech and law discussion finds the Michigan Court of Appeals saying it can watch video as good as anyone. And oral argument in Michigan Supreme Court is over. What next?
Scott interviews attorney @Megan Zavieh about her unique practice. She helps lawyers accused of doing wrong. If you’ve ever wondered about the attorney discipline process, here’s a chance to get a little insight.
It’s the 4th of July! We break from our regular format to discuss the holiday. Personal memories with a little history this week, including a look at the HBO mini-series John Adams, particularly its first 2 episodes.
This special episode is part three of a compilation of our take on family law cases going through the trial court process. This is the final installment in this special compilation.
A whip cream canister goes haywire. Who knew they could be so deadly? Lance Armstrong continues to experience the after-effects of his doping scandal! And it’s time for oral argument in the Michigan Supreme Court.
This special episode is part two of a compilation of our take on family law cases going through the trial court process. We spoke on this over six different episodes. Now we combine those episodes, two at a time, into their own compilation.
The guys discuss one man’s unique attempt to get away from his wife. In tech, Netflix has more subscribers than cable! What’s going on here? And it’s time to write your Michigan Supreme Court brief. What should you be thinking about?
In this special episode, you’ll hear a compilation of our take on family law cases going through the trial court process. We spoke on this over six different episodes. Now we combine those episodes, two at a time, into their own compilation.
We’re off to the old ballgame so let’s talk Tigers. They give us the best of times and the worst of times. And vacation season is here so John visits the Henry Ford Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
The guys begin a lighter note, figuratively and literally. Then, the Best Buy child pornography bust is back in the news. And the Michigan Supreme Court is taking your case. Now what?
Summer is unofficially here and what better way to start than an online poll about roller coasters. Then, in sports, the guys remember the Detroit Pistons glory years, the Bad Boys era. In law, it’s getting started in the Michigan Supreme Court.
Memorial Day 2017. John and Scott recognize Memorial Day by noting the fascinating story of Fred Jones. He died during the attack on Pearl Harbor but his remains were not properly buried until last week.
We’ve got tech and law this week. Is the demise of the MP3 greatly exaggerated? Does it really matter? And what’s that got to do with bootlegging? In law, an overview of the Michigan Supreme Court.
Has John found his retirement home? Aaron Hernandez an innocent man? What happens with his estate? And the Court of Appeals issued its decision. Now what?
The podcast gets its first tweak: what is it? Plus, a three-part tech discussion: the new Hulu live TV service, selling your Internet browsing data and personalized email. Then it’s off to oral argument in the court of appeals!
ESPN is downsizing and how sports-watching has changed. The Internet of Things arrives in Scott’s home. And in law, the briefs are in – what happens next at the Michigan Court of Appeals?
Aaron Hernandez – an innocent man? How is that possible? John gets a new toy for his office – what could it be? And Scott wraps up brief-writing in an appeal!
The final installment of John’s great cord-cutting experiment. Does Steven Strasburg know something other pitchers don’t? And the transcripts are in – what happens next in the appeal process?
We ask a modern-day version of “where have you gone Joe DiMaggio?” John follows up on cord-cutting while Scott reminds us of the importance of backing up files. And we begin the nuts and bolts of a family law appeal.
John cuts the cord with Comcast. Scott talks about classic ballparks and the guys also talk more about family law appeals and how they begin! Plus, what are those little pictures on your ballot? Should they stay or should they go?
Learn one way newly-minted lawyers get their start in this conversation between Scott and Inti Martinez Aleman. Inti is a recent graduate of Mitchell Hamlin College of Law. They also discuss do law schools really prepare students to practice law?
The St. Louis Cardinals try a variation of one size fits all. Blogging: is it for you? And how we handle cases in the Michigan Court of Appeals.
March Madness has arrived! Find out where the very first men’s championship game was played. It’s probably not where you might think! Then the guys discuss technology, bathtubs and two-factor authentication. And the legal segment begins by talking about the Legal Services Corporation and ends with a debate about health care!