Bloomberg Law Podcast

Hosts June Grasso and Mark Mills speak with prominent attorneys and legal scholars, analyzing major legal issues and cases in the news. The show examines all aspects of the legal profession, from intellectual property to criminal law, from bankruptcy to securities law, drawing on the deep research tools of BloombergLaw.com and BloombergBNA.com.

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Hosted by June Grasso and Mark Mills

  • Bloomberg Law: Steven Silton Discusses NHL Lawsuits (Audio)

    Apr 15, 2014

    Steven Silton, a member at Cozen O’Connor, discusses federal lawsuits filed by former National Hockey League players alleging that a culture of “extreme violence” in the NHL resulted in head injuries and long term trauma.

  • Bloomberg Law Brief: Heller on Intellectual Property (Audio)

    Apr 15, 2014

    William Heller, intellectual property attorney, discusses a copyright battle over Sherlock Homes and other characters in the Arthur Conan Doyle mysteries, and Google Inc.’s attempt to trademark the word “glass.” Heller talks with Bloomberg Law hosts June Grasso and Mark Mills on Bloomberg Radio’s "Morning Bloomberg Law Brief." Bloomberg’s Karen Moskow and Jon Bascom report the day’s top legal stories.

  • Bloomberg Law: Heller on Intellectual Property Cases (Audio)

    Apr 14, 2014

    William Heller, intellectual property attorney, discusses the characteristics of Sherlock Holmes that cannot be written about without a license, and Google Inc.’s attempt to trademark the word “glass.” Heller talks with June Grasso and Mark Mills on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Law.”

  • Bloomberg Law Brief: Barrett on Chief Justice Roberts (Audio)

    Apr 14, 2014

    Paul Barrett, assistant managing editor and senior writer at Bloomberg Businessweek, discusses Chief Justice John Roberts and whether he is trying to move the Supreme Court to the right. Barrett talks with Bloomberg Law hosts June Grasso and Charlie Pellett on Bloomberg Radio’s "Morning Bloomberg Law Brief." Bloomberg’s Karen Moskow and Jon Bascom report the day’s top legal stories.

  • Bloomberg Law Weekend Edition: Best of the Week (Audio)

    Apr 11, 2014

    Andrew Kent, a professor at Fordham University School of Law, discusses the dismissal of a lawsuit filed against Obama admistration officials over drone strikes. Bloomberg Businessweek’s Claire Suddath, author of "Changing How Colleges Deal with Rape," and Diane Rosenfeld, a professor at Harvard Law School, discuss how student activists are fighting back legally against a college’s indifference or mismanagement of sexual assault complaints. Nathaniel Persily, a law professor at Stanford University, discusses the Supreme Court striking down decades-old limits on the total amount of money that donors can give to federal candidates and political parties. Jay Worona, general counsel at the New York State School Boards Association, and Kim Colby, senior counsel at the Christian Legal Society, discuss a federal appellate court ruling that New York City’s ban on religious groups using public schools for worship does not violate the U.S. Constitution. They talk with June Grass

  • Bloomberg Law: Barrett on Chief Justice John Roberts (Audio)

    Apr 11, 2014

    Paul Barrett, assistant managing editor and senior writer at Bloomberg Businessweek, discusses Chief Justice John Roberts and whether he is trying to move the Supreme Court to the right. Barrett talks with June Grasso and Charlie Pellett on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Law.”

  • Bloomberg Law Brief: Carrier Discusses Apple-Samsung (Audio)

    Apr 11, 2014

    Professor Michael A. Carrier of Rutgers Law School discusses the $2 billion dollar patent trial between Apple and Samsung over smartphone technology. He talks with Bloomberg Law hosts June Grasso and Mark Mills on Bloomberg Radio’s "Morning Bloomberg Law Brief." Bloomberg’s Karen Moskow and Jon Bascom report the day’s top legal stories.

  • Bloomberg Law: Carrier Discusses Apple-Samsung Trial (Audio)

    Apr 10, 2014

    Professor Michael A. Carrier of Rutgers Law School discusses the $2 billion dollar patent trial between Apple and Samsung over smartphone technology. He talks with June Grasso and Mark Mills on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Law.”

  • Bloomberg Law Brief: Kelly Discusses $9 Billion Award (Audio)

    Apr 10, 2014

    Litigator Michael Kelly, the chairman of McCarter & English LLP, discusses the $9 billion punitive verdict against Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and Eli Lilly & Co., after a jury found the pharmaceutical companies hid the cancer risks of their Actos diabetes medicine. He talks wi th Bloomberg Law hosts June Grasso and Mark Mills on Bloomberg Radio’s "Morning Bloomberg Law Brief." Bloomberg’s Karen Moskow and Bob Moon report the day’s top legal stories.

  • Bloomberg Law: Kelly Discusses $9 Billion Award (Audio)

    Apr 9, 2014

    Litigator Michael Kelly, the chairman of McCarter & English LLP, discusses the $9 billion punitive verdict against Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and Eli Lilly & Co., after a jury found the pharmaceutical companies hid the cancer risks of their Actos diabetes medicine. He talks with hosts June Grasso and Mark Mills on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Law.”

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