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Litigation Nation, a new podcast hosted by Jack Sanker, is weekly roundup of the most important and interesting legal developments, delivered as a punchy, 15-minute episode that comes out every Tuesday. We summarize the newsletters you don't have time to read and dive into the headlines to bring you what you need to know, whether you work in the industry or not.
 
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Illinois Governor Signs Bills Expanding Contractors’ Liability for Unpaid Wages of Subcontractors’ Workers, Massachusetts high court allows AG’s Exxon Suit Claiming Climate Deception to proceed, & US Law Firm Serves First Ever Subpoena via NFT in Crypto Exchange Hacking Case.By SmithAmundsen
 
Uber Escapes Liability for Sexual Assaults by Impostor Drivers, New York Subway Shooting Survivor Sues Gun Manufacturer Glock, U.S. Chicken Producers Face a Class-Action Lawsuit for Alleged Price-Fixing Conspiracy to Reduce Chicken Meat Supply and Raise Prices dating back to 2008.By SmithAmundsen
 
5th Circuit federal appeals court says the S.E.C.’s use of an in-house judge violates defendants’ rights, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Allows Texas’ Social Media Censorship Ban to Take Effect, AG Pax­ton Sues Google for Decep­tive­ly Track­ing Users’ Loca­tion With­out Consent.By SmithAmundsen
 
Congress considers increased security for Supreme Court justices, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy vows state won’t cooperate with out-of-state abortion investigations, Katrina survivors sued by Louisiana after using grant money to rebuild, Surfside Condo collapse victims reach $997 million settlement.…
 
Ohio lawyer unable to practice for 6 months after swearing at a judge outside of court, A bipartisan supported bill requiring that federal judges' financial disclosure reports be made publicly available online passes congress, and the contractual Impossibility of Florida dissolving Disney’s special district.…
 
Former nurse, RaDonda Vaught, found guilty in accidental injection death of 75-year-old patient, Justice tech company Paladin partners with Ukraine’s Legal Development Network to launch European pro bono portal to assist with war relief, FBI officials say North Korean hackers stole more than $600 million in cryptocurrency in single hack.…
 
The city of Los Angeles reached a historic $3 billion settlement to address homelessness, Louisiana court rules Protest leader's can be sued for police injury regardless of whether they attended the protest or not, many big U.S. law firms are still working with their Russian clients despite stating the contrary.…
 
DraftKings sports gambler sues MLB over sign-stealing scandal, Mercedes-Benz says it will accept legal responsibility for crashes caused by its self-driving car tech in its latest luxury models, D.C. sues Grubhub for allegedly using deceptive trade practices.Listen to us on YouTube: https://bit.ly/SmithAmundsenYT…
 
Biden administration takes aim at breaking up monopolies in the domestic meat and poultry industries, federal court in Iowa strikes down proposed 'Ag-gag" law ruling it unconstitutional, lack of record keeping is allowing foreign entities to buy American farm land without oversight, and a Chapman University Business Professor is suing a student for…
 
Department of Justice hires an art sleuth targeting Russian oligarch assets, U.S. actor Jussie Smollett has been sentenced after a jury found he lied about being a hate crime victim. Walmart, CVS, and Walgreens receive guilty verdicts for contributing to the opioid crisis in two Ohio counties.By SmithAmundsen
 
U.S. law firms & companies respond to imposed Russian sanctions over Ukraine, N.Y. lawsuit raises important questions on non-human personhood, White House Department of Justice ramps up its White Collar Prosecution of individuals that may have defrauded the government in terms of COVID-19 financial assistance.Timecodes:Intro - 00:00 U.S. Companies …
 
Texas AG sues Facebook for allegedly collecting facial-recognition data without consent, U.S. court revives Philadelphia news anchors lawsuit against Facebook over misappropriation of her right of publicity, and San Francisco D.A. says, SF police used rape victims’ DNA to try to ‘incriminate’ them.By SmithAmundsen
 
Trial set in climate change lawsuit brought by Montana youths, Inside Johnson & Johnson's secret plan to cap litigation payouts to cancer victims with "Project Plato", and California accuses Tesla of alleged discrimination in their San Francisco Bay Area factory.By SmithAmundsen
 
Former NFL coach is suing the National Football league over racial discrimination in their hiring processes, young attorneys are burning out and many of them are seeking to leave the practice altogether, Growing frequency of climate disasters is forcing the insurance industries to adapt.By SmithAmundsen
 
Wisconsin medical providers go to the courts to prevent their at-will employees from being allowed to quit and work elsewhere, San Jose is introducing a new liability insurance requirement for gun owners, the first of its kind in the country, Facebook is shutting down its facial recognition system after years of litigation stemming from privacy law…
 
New Jersey Law firm buys office space in the Metaverse, regulatory overhaul across the country, legal technology companies are being consolidated and acquired by larger companies, a Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney takes on a civil case and wins a 25 million dollar verdict against Chicago Police Department, and the Ghislaine Maxwell Verdict in jeo…
 
4th Amendment ruling in PA could rewrite what is considered acceptable probable cause, Colorado modifies previous runaway truck driver sentencing, Ghislaine Maxwell, Bankruptcy Lawyers, and New York State score a win against a pharmaceutical company for the opioid epidemic.Jack Sanker hosts Litigation Nation, with new episodes every Tuesday.…
 
Market trends among law firms demonstrate a growing gap between the top firms and the best of the rest, Colorado criminal conviction sentence of 110 years spurs massive logistic-workers strike, and a California COVID-19 ruling that could open the door for additional tort litigation cases. Join Litigation Nation host, Jack Sanker, as he discusses th…
 
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