Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast, Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by Carol Tracy, the Executive Director for the Women’s Law Project, to discuss one of today’s most polarizing issues - abortion.

 

One of the topics at the forefront of today’s politics, the abortion debate continues to intensify. Aaron and Carol talk about the most recent round of abortion bans in states like Alabama, Georgia and Missouri, as well as the history of abortion, the evolution of the law on abortion rights – discussing cases like Planned Parenthood v. Casey and Roe v. Wade, and ultimately what the future may look like.  

 

Listen in as Aaron and Carol tackle the complexities surrounding the topic of abortion, discussing the implications of overturning Roe and examining the tough questions that surround this issue. Carol is a Temple Law graduate and has been a women’s rights advocate for more than 30 years.

 

You can find out more about Carol and the Women’s Law Project here.

To read Justice Blackmun’s opinion in Roe v. Wade, please click here.

 

Host: Aaron Freiwald

Guest: Carol Tracy

 

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Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast, Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by cyber security expert, Jim Turner, to discuss cyber hacking. Delving deep into cyber security concerns that are affecting everyone, Jim and Aaron talk about things like malware and ransomware and how easy it is for criminal hackers to access your private information and all the information of clients and customers in a business’s computer network.

 

In today’s episode, Aaron and Jim talk about the many different ways our personal data is vulnerable to hackers, some of which are unfortunately expected but others are much less obvious. Jim explains how it’s not just big companies like Marriott that are at risk for cyber attacks but it’s everyone – including cities, hospitals, law firms, courts, and of course individuals. Jim warns of instances where hackers can access your information and the extreme ploys they will use to trick you into exposing your data.

 

Jim, president of Hilltop Consultants, describes the ways in which we are vulnerable to cyberattacks as well as the ways in which we can be better prepared to help ourselves, friends and family.  Listen now to learn more and let us know what you think. Have you been the victim of a cyberattack? What do you think of cyber security and malware?

 

Disclaimer:  Mr. Turner and Hilltop Consultants are the cyber security experts used by Freiwald Law, P.C. No payment was made for Mr. Turner to appear on the podcast.

 

Host: Aaron Freiwald

Guest: Jim Turner

 

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Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast, Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by Andrew Friedman, a partner at Cohen Milstein and co-lead counsel in the Marriott data breach class-action suit, to discuss the Marriott case as well as other massive data breaches and the growing security concerns surrounding our personal information.

 

In today’s episode, Aaron and Andrew address the issues of hacking and all the ways in which our personal data, like passwords, credit card information, our social security numbers, etc., are vulnerable. Andrew explains how customers’ private information can be exposed, specifically in regards to big companies, discussing his involvement in the Marriott Hotel litigation as co-lead counsel – an instance where hundreds of millions of hotel guests’ personal data was hacked, exposing customers’ most sensitive information, such as passport details.

 

An interesting and incredibly important discussion, listen in as Aaron and Andrew talk about the dangers of sharing your personal data as well as what customers are doing to be better informed and the steps you can take to help protect yourself.

 

 

Host: Aaron Freiwald

Guest: Andrew Friedman

 

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Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast, Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by lawyer and author, Michael Bobelian, to discuss his new book, “Battle for the Marble Palace: Abe Fortas, Earl Warren, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon and the Forging of the Modern Supreme Court.”

 

In today’s episode, Aaron and Michael delve into the fascinating story of the 1968 confirmation battle over Justice Fortas’ nomination to succeed Earl Warren as Chief Justice.  The fight over President Johnson’s pick was the first time in the Supreme Court’s modern history that the Senate politicized a Supreme Court nominee and eventually defeated that nominee, setting the terms of engagement for future struggles over the confirmations of Robert Bork and, most recently, Brett Kavanaugh. As Michael explains, these confirmation battles have far more to do with asserting control over the direction of the Supreme Court itself than with the qualifications of the nominee.

 

A fascinating and important conversation about the High Court, Aaron and Michael discuss the Supreme Court today and why perhaps it is the way it is, as well as the revelations in Michael’s new book that cover some of the unprecedented machinations that could hold the answer. Listen now to find out more!

 

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Host: Aaron Freiwald

Guest: Michael Bobelian

 

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Aaron Freiwald, Managing Partner of Freiwald Law and host of the weekly podcast, Good Law | Bad Law, is joined by Nebraska College of Law Professor Frans von der Dunk to discuss the ever-expanding field of Space Law.

 

50 years-ago, the Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took “one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind” and changed the world forever when they became the first people to set foot on the surface of the moon. They are in an elite group of 12 astronauts who have had that privilege; those who have been to the moon to collect samples of moon rocks, study it’s gravity, and collect as much data as they could for us to study back on earth.

 

But, as with everything important, rules have to be established to prevent companies and countries from taking advantage of an open system and preserving the moon for future scientists and generations. This is what launched the creation of space law and why our guest Professor von der Dunk joins us today from his home in the Netherlands. Aaron and Professor von der Dunk talk about the intricacies and challenges of space law and how we are aiming to establish a set of rules the entire world can agree upon.

 

It’s a truly fascinating episode on an area of law that most of us probably didn’t even know existed.

 

**Please excuse the audio quality on this episode: our connection with Professor von der Dunk was poor but the topic was too great to ignore.

 

Host: Aaron Freiwald

Guest: Frans von der Dunk

 

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