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Pro Say is a weekly podcast from Law360, bringing you a quick recap of both the biggest stories and the hidden gems from the world of law. Each episode, hosts Amber McKinney, Bill Donahue and Alex Lawson are joined by expert guests to bring you inside the newsroom and break down the stories that had us talking.

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Pro Say is a weekly podcast from Law360, bringing you a quick recap of both the biggest stories and the hidden gems from the world of law. Each episode, hosts Amber McKinney, Bill Donahue and Alex Lawson are joined by expert guests to bring you inside the newsroom and break down the stories that had us talking.

    Ep. 137: GRAMMY SPECIAL - Law360’s Legal Mixtape

    Ep. 137: GRAMMY SPECIAL - Law360’s Legal Mixtape

    In honor of this weekend’s Grammy Awards, we’re talking about the best songs involving the law — from Jay-Z's lesson on the Fourth Amendment to Bob Dylan's calls for clemency to Johnny Cash's frequent brushes with the legal system, plus many more. To listen to all the songs on Law360’s Legal Mixtape, check out our Spotify playlist. Also on this week’s show: Barstool Sports quietly concedes defeat over union-busting threats, and a federal appeals court splits over gender pronouns in court records.

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    Ep. 136: Weinstein On Trial

    Ep. 136: Weinstein On Trial

    The first major criminal trial of the #MeToo movement is underway, as disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein stands trial in New York on charges of rape. To explain how we got here and what to watch, we’re joined this week by Frank Runyeon, who’s in the courtroom covering the case for Law360. Also this week: A “clickbait defamation” lawsuit filed against the New York Times; another arrest for once-ascendant lawyer Michael Avenatti; and a real-life request for “trial by combat” in family court.

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    Ep. 135: Impeachment Trials, Explained

    Ep. 135: Impeachment Trials, Explained

    Donald Trump has been impeached, but what comes next is increasingly unclear as lawmakers squabble over the terms of a Senate trial that could potentially remove him from office. What is an impeachment trial supposed to look like? And how have they been arranged in the past? Joining us this week to break it all down is Norm Ornstein, a congressional expert and scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. Also this week: Ikea pays $46M to settle litigation over dangerous furniture; a class action over the hacking scandal involving Amazon’s Ring home security system; and a judge is suspended over accusations of a courthouse ménage à trois.

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    Ep. 134: A Decade Of Law - Bidding Farewell To The 2010s

    Ep. 134: A Decade Of Law - Bidding Farewell To The 2010s

    As the decade comes to a close, we’re looking back at all that happened in the legal world during the 2010s: The biggest trends, the most important Supreme Court rulings, and the trial of the decade. Plus, we’re

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    Ep. 133: Who Prosecutes A Prosecutor?

    Ep. 133: Who Prosecutes A Prosecutor?

    State prosecutors are rarely held accountable for bad behavior, even when courts find egregious or repeated misconduct. Now, some states are trying to change that. Law360 reporter Cara Bayles joins the show this week to explain how. Also this week: A group of former NFL players are charged with “brazen” healthcare fraud; New York loses big in a climate-change trial against ExxonMobile; and an attorney is thrown out of the Second Circuit after lobbing sarcastic remarks at judges.

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    Ep. 132: Holiday Party Hell

    Ep. 132: Holiday Party Hell

    To get you ready for your office holiday party, we asked employment lawyers for the worst stories they’ve ever heard. We’re breaking them all down, including drunken fist fighting, trucks driving through walls, and a dry “December” party that went too far to avoid liability. Also this week: a lawsuit filed by Newark that claims New York is shipping its homelessness problem across the Hudson; a defamation lawsuit filed by George Zimmerman; and a judge who really wants you to not defecate publicly on a train.

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