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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. 163: The Latest TikTok Craze Is National Security

    Ep. 163: The Latest TikTok Craze Is National Security

    President Trump has declared the popular social media platform TikTok a risk to U.S. national security, citing its ties to China. The administration is now pursuing a number of legal options to address that threat, ranging from an outright ban of the app to a forced sale to a U.S. company like Microsoft. We’ll get you caught up on all the TikTok drama with Alex and Law360’s senior M&A reporter, Benjamin Horney. Also this week, a loss for Uber and Lyft could usher in a sea change for employment law in the gig economy, the Ninth Circuit gives Qualcomm a hammer lock on the smartphone chip and patent markets, and Kanye West bends the concept of time itself.

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    Ep. 162: Please Stop Rockin’ Down In Trump World

    Ep. 162: Please Stop Rockin’ Down In Trump World

    Rock star Neil Young filed a lawsuit this week aiming to block President Donald Trump from using his music at campaign events -- the first significant legal action taken by an artist among many who have complained about Trump’s choice of rally anthems. But as host Bill Donahue explains on this week’s episode, the complexities of music licensing makes stopping a campaign from playing particular music harder than it might seem. Also this week, New York’s attorney general seeks to dissolve the NRA over financial misconduct; the Federal Circuit rules against the misuse of PACER fees by the judiciary; and a former pro baseball player who fought off a drug-addled naked man on his front lawn wins in court.

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    Ep. 161: Bar Exam Chaos

    Ep. 161: Bar Exam Chaos

    The Pro Say team chatted this week with law school graduates around the country about how COVID-19 has impacted their bar exam experience — from months of uncertainty and delay, fears of test-site outbreaks and technological breakdowns, and lingering concern about what it means for job prospects. Also on this week’s show, how this year’s chaotic exam has called into question the test itself, and lent new support for radical changes to how lawyers are licensed.

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    Ep. 160: Do COVID Closures Violate the Constitution?

    Ep. 160: Do COVID Closures Violate the Constitution?

    Courts around the country are weighing in on the legality of public health measures aimed at combating the spread of COVID-19, from movie theater closures to gym bans to mask requirements. On this week’s show, we’re breaking down a slew of recent rulings, plus previewing what might come next. Also this week: A tragic attack on the family of a New Jersey federal judge; and a chat with three major corporate general counsel about how they responded to the outbreak of the pandemic.

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    Ep. 159: A Wrap On A Wild High Court Term

    Ep. 159: A Wrap On A Wild High Court Term

    It was a year of big surprises at the Supreme Court: A pandemic forced the justices to hold telephonic arguments; conservative Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal wing on abortion and immigration rights, and the conservatives battled each other in the pages of dissenting opinions. We welcome Law360 Supreme Court reporter and Term podcast host Jimmy Hoover on this week’s episode to help us make sense of it all. Also this week: the Trump administration’s flip-flop on student visa policy; the looming crisis of evictions during the pandemic; and the funniest moments from the Supreme Court term.

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    Ep. 158: Absolutely (Not) Immune

    Ep. 158: Absolutely (Not) Immune

    The Supreme Court ended its term with a bang by issuing a pair of decisions on whether state prosecutors and federal lawmakers can access the president’s financial records. We break down the monumental rulings on this week’s episode, as the high court rejected the administration’s claims of absolute immunity and kicked the cases back into the judicial pipeline. Also this week: Employers would be wise to avoid COVID-19 liability waivers as they reopen their offices and California federal judge William Alsup calls the government’s case against a Russian hacking suspect “mumbo jumbo” and “gobbledygook.”

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