July 21, 2017
On this episode of Good Law｜Bad Law:
Aaron Freiwald is joined by the executive director of Cease Fire PA, Shira Goodman on the 5th anniversary of the Aurora Colorado movie theater shooting. 5 years ago, James Holmes went into a movie theater with 4 guns and fired 76 shots into the crowded theater killing 12 and injuring 70.
Cease Fire PA is a non-profit trying to make our streets safer by fighting gun violence. Learn more about what they do by visiting their website www.ceasefirepa.org.
Host: Aaron Freiwald
Guest: Shira Goodman
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July 20, 2017
Aaron and Mitch discuss a very popular new cigarette alternative - vapes, and a recent attempt to have the FDA look into them to see what health risks they pose. A movement that's facing plenty of opposition in Washington.
We also discuss some frivolous lawsuits that are tying up our court's time.
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July 7, 2017
Today Aaron and Mitch discuss a recent story about 3 online law services that have come under investigation in Pennsylvania and New Jersey for violating certain ethics standards.
We also turn the conversation toward disclosure and how that ties in with ethics, not only in law but other fields as well.
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June 30, 2017
Today Aaron is joined again by Matt Bravette, Staff Attorney for Community Legal Advisors to talk about a new article he wrote discussing famous people who died without wills.
We think of the rich and famous as being above a lot of things. They have nice cars, nice houses, go to fancy parties, but when they die - they need to protect their assets just like the rest of us.
Matt shares some amazing stories of famous musicians, artists, and even US Presidents who died without wills and what happened to their estates.
To learn more about what Matt does visit communitylegaladvisors.com!
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June 23, 2017
Josh Kershenbaum is back for another episode to discuss the effects and consequences of social media in schools. What rights parents and students have when the school questions you and what action can be taken.
Social media has become an integral part in our society and teaching kids how to use it without putting themselves at risk is something that has to be taught at an early age. Once you put information online, it's there forever and if you do it on a school network they don't need your permission to look at it.
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