Wagner and Winick On the LawAuthor: Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner, with Michael Cohen
23 Sep 2017

Wagner and Winick On the Law

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Wagner and Winick On the Law is the talk radio program for individuals interested in contemporary legal issues, social policy, and the protection of personal rights within our legal system. Co-hosted by law school President and Dean Mitchel Winick and law professor and trial attorney Stephen Wagner, the program features live interviews with lawyers, judges, business professionals, and policy experts discussing legal issues that affect our daily lives. Guest co-host law professor and attorney Michael Cohen adds an international law dimension in his bi-weekly program segment “International Crossroads”. As the hosts remind listeners every week, If you don’t know the law, know a lawyer!

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    Immigration, Sanctuary Cities, United Nations: So Much Legal News

    Too many legal stories to choose from, so we will touch base on the top legal issues of the week. Join co-hosts Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner in a discussion of the legal stories that are back in the news, including, DACA, Sanctuary Cities, and International Law.

  • Posted on 21 Sep 2017

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    Cannabis: The Looming State-Federal Conflict

    There is no question that there is a looming conflict brewing between State and Federal laws regulating the business and use of cannabis. How will this impact the anticipated billion-dollar cannabis business? How will conflicts federal and state law civil and criminal laws be resolved? What advancement has been made in the enforcement of DUI laws regarding impaired driving when cannabis. Co-hosts Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner welcome guest Chris Halsor from Understanding Legal Marijuana, LLC to discuss these and other cannabis-related legal issues.

  • Posted on 14 Sep 2017

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    Congress Gets Back to Work: So many laws, so little time!

    Rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Raising the Debt Ceiling, Funding Emergency Disaster Relief for Hurricane Harvey, Renewal of Federal Children's Health Insurance Program, Renewal of National Flood Insurance Program, Reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Authority . . . September is going to be a busy period for American lawmakers in Washington, D.C. Join the co-hosts to discuss the impact of these and other proposed and pending laws.

  • Posted on 07 Sep 2017

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  • Posted on 31 Aug 2017

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    Space Law: The Trek into Space Commercialization

    The leading contender to be the new NASA chief administrator, Oklahoma Rep. Jim Bridenstine, is a strong proponent of commercial space ventures, including mining on the moon.There exist several examples of treaty and treaty-like agreements that have attempted to provide a framework for regulating the commercialization of space, or more accurately planets and celestial bodies. Examples include the Outer Space Treaty, the Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies of 1967, and the Moon Treaty of 1978. How and where will legal claims be settled when national, individual, and corporate legal issues arise on the Moon and celestial bodies? Trek into the topic of space law with co-hosts Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner.

  • Posted on 24 Aug 2017

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