The Legal Impact
223: Explaining Dobbs

223: Explaining Dobbs

June 30, 2022

Listen to the audio from our event "Explaining Dobbs: Legal and Health Care Impacts of the Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling" featuring Professors John Greabe and Lucy Hodder, moderated by Associate Dean Rebecca Purdom, discussing the SCOTUS decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

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Legal topics include abortion, United States Constitution, federalism, healthcare, SCOTUS

222: Current Trends in Media Law

222: Current Trends in Media Law

June 28, 2022

Professor Chris Reed, JD/LLM '06 discusses the latest trends in media law in the realms of broadcast and digital, especially as it relates to intellectual property. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about the annual Intellectual Property Summer Institute at https://law.unh.edu/ipsi and be sure to join us next year!

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Legal topics include intellectual property, copyright, trademark, technology, media, broadcast

221: IP and Web3

221: IP and Web3

June 23, 2022

Professor Jon Garon, of NSU Shepard Broad College of Law, dives into the intellectual property implications of the technology world moving into Web3 and the Metaverse. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about the annual Intellectual Property Summer Institute at https://law.unh.edu/ipsi and be sure to join us next year!

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Legal topics include web3, technology, intellectual property, patent, copyright, trademark, social media

220: Social Media and Democracy after the Capitol Riot

220: Social Media and Democracy after the Capitol Riot

June 21, 2022

Professor Seth Oranburg discusses his article "Social Media and Democracy after the Capitol Riot," including issues around freedom of speech, Web 2.0 policy issues, and Section 230. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Read the article: https://www.duq.edu/academics/schools/law/alumni/duquesne-lawyer-magazine/social-media-and-democracy-after-the-capitol-riot 

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Legal topics include technology, constitution, antitrust, social media, section 230, publisher, platform, January 6

219: Intellectual Property Valuation

219: Intellectual Property Valuation

June 15, 2022

Gordon V. Smith, Director at AUS and a professor at the Intellectual Property Summer Institute, discusses the complex field of intellectual property valuation and why it is something businesses and lawyers should not underestimate. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about the annual Intellectual Property Summer Institute at https://law.unh.edu/ipsi and be sure to join us next year!

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Legal topics include valuation, business, patents, copyright, trademark, international, intellectual property, IP

218: Freedom of Speech for Teachers

218: Freedom of Speech for Teachers

June 10, 2022

Professor John Greabe discusses New Hampshire's "Freedom from Discrimination in Public Workplaces and Education” law, the lawsuits fighting it, and freedom of speech for teachers. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service a https://law.unh.edu/rudman

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Legal topics include constitutional law, freedom of speech, unions, divisive concepts, teaching

217: Watson, Nicklaus, and Varsity Blues

217: Watson, Nicklaus, and Varsity Blues

June 2, 2022

Professor Michael McCann gives a sports law wrap up covering the 23 lawsuits against quarterback Deshaun Watson, the IP case of Nicklaus v. Nicklaus, and the latest in the Varsity Blues law suits.

Learn more about the Sports & Entertainment Law Institute at https://law.unh.edu/centers-institutes/sports-entertainment-law-institute

Articles discussed:

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Legal topics include sports law, civil lawsuit, intellectual property, copyright, name, image, and likeness (NIL)

216: The State of Bail Reform

216: The State of Bail Reform

May 26, 2022

Professor Buzz Scherr discusses how the bail system works, the impact of reforms, and the work New Hampshire has done in this realm. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about the International Criminal Law & Justice programs at http://law.unh.edu/iclj 

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Legal topics include bail, criminal law, equal access, state law

215: Roe, PHE Ending, and Transparency

215: Roe, PHE Ending, and Transparency

May 12, 2022

Professor Lucy Hodder gives a roundup of health law subjects including Justice Alito's leaked opinion on abortion, the ending of the public health emergency, and healthcare cost transparency. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about our Health Law & Policy Programs at https://law.unh.edu/health-law-policy-program 

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Legal topics include healthcare, health law, insurance, constitution, women's health

214: Praying on Field, Musk, and Flores Opening Statements

214: Praying on Field, Musk, and Flores Opening Statements

May 5, 2022

Professor Michael McCann discusses Kennedy v. Bremerton School District SCOTUS case, Twitter being purchased by Elon Musk, and the opening  statements in the Flores case. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about the Sports & Entertainment Law Institute at https://law.unh.edu/centers-institutes/sports-entertainment-law-institute

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Legal topics include sports law, constitutional law, race discrimination, technology, business law

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