Legal Issues in the News

WILL - Legal Issues in the News - April 30, 2012

Exception to Anonymity

Exception to Anonymity

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(Duration: 3:41)

A person can usually expect to remain anonymous when posting comments on the internet. But as Travis McDade explains, there is always an exception to the rule. Here's this week's edition of Legal Issues in the News.


WILL - Legal Issues in the News - April 23, 2012

Patents and Progess of Healthcare

Patents and Progess of Healthcare

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(Duration: 3:39)

While the Healthcare Debate occupied most of the media's attention, two recent US Supreme Court decisions may have more far reaching effects on the quality and availability of healthcare to the American public. Jay Kesan explains in this week's edition of Legal Issues in the News.


WILL - Legal Issues in the News - April 16, 2012

A Look at Self-Defense

A Look at Self-Defense

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(Duration: 3:31)

The tragic shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida has reinvigorated old debates about concealed carry laws, self-defense and racial stereotyping. In this week's Legal Issues in the News, Christine Hurt gives some historical background to the law of self-defense.


WILL - Legal Issues in the News - April 09, 2012

Prepare for the Expected

Prepare for the Expected

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(Duration: 3:39)

In this week's Legal Issues in the News we hear an excerpt from the recent Affordable Care Act hearing. Commentator Travis McDade talks to the predictable nature of this particular exchange and wonders how it might've gone differently.


WILL - Legal Issues in the News - April 02, 2012

Cameras in the Courtroom

Cameras in the Courtroom

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(Duration: 3:37)

Cameras in the courtroom - a controversy in Illinois courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. Jay Kesan asks why both causes are gaining traction now, though they are separate issues, with separate controversies. Here's this week's Legal Issues in the News.