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Chicago attorney Jay Stefani and sidekick Matt de la Peña tackle some of the biggest questions and myths about the law, one pod at a time.

Legal Mythstep‪s‬ Legal Mythsteps

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Chicago attorney Jay Stefani and sidekick Matt de la Peña tackle some of the biggest questions and myths about the law, one pod at a time.

    Ep. 12: The difference between a truck crash vs. an auto crash

    Ep. 12: The difference between a truck crash vs. an auto crash

    Federal regulations, commercial licenses, driving logs, safety protocols. Trucking cases are especially complicated from a legal perspective.

    • 21 min
    Ep. 11: Attorney-client privilege

    Ep. 11: Attorney-client privilege

    It’s probably not what you think it is. More in our latest episode.

    • 21 min
    Ep. 10: The insurance conundrum

    Ep. 10: The insurance conundrum

    It goes without saying that insurance is a beast, whether it’s health, property, or auto. In this week’s episode, we take a stab at answering a bunch of insurance-related questions floating on the web.

    • 22 min
    Ep. 9: The credibility of Lady Justice

    Ep. 9: The credibility of Lady Justice

    Well, we started with one question, which led to another: Does James Comey’s termination from the FBI threaten the credibility of the Department of Justice and the broader legal system? Jay and Matt discuss.

    • 20 min
    Ep. 8: Congressional hearings are no laughing matter

    Ep. 8: Congressional hearings are no laughing matter

    On Wednesday, a jury convicted Code Pink activist Desiree Fairooz for laughing during a confirmation hearing for then-Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions. She faces jail time and a fine. Scratching your heads? Us, too.

    • 21 min
    Ep. 7: Crunching the numbers: Damages and awards

    Ep. 7: Crunching the numbers: Damages and awards

    Ten million. Twenty million. Fifty million. Ever wonder how attorneys come up with those kinds of numbers? It’s not arbitrary. The settlements and verdicts may look gaudy but there are several reasons why.  

    • 22 min

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