Wagner and Winick On the LawAuthor: Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner, with Michael Cohen
23 Jul 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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  • Posted on 20 Jul 2017

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    2017 Supreme Court Update

    The final session of the 2017 June session of the US Supreme Court brought a host of new "blockbuster" decisions and also set the table for a number of cases that will be back before the Court in their next October Term. Join International Crossroads guest host, Constitutional Law Professor Michael Cohen and regular guest host Stephen Wagner to learn more about the Court's recent decisions. With the President's international travel schedule underway, Cohen will also provide an update on any new policy announcements delivered at the G20.

  • Posted on 13 Jul 2017

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    Criminal vs. Civil Lawsuits: Different Rules, Different Roles

    Join Cohosts Stephen Wagner and Mitchel Winick to learn about some of the critical differences between the rules that regulate criminal vs. civil trials. As a senior prosecutor, Wagner explains the effect of a new California ethics rule that expands the requirements for criminal prosecutors to dismiss cases that do not meet high standards of proof and affirmatively seek redress if presented evidence of a wrongful conviction. Under the new ethics rule, prosecutors are charged with serving as "ministers of justice" to see that justice is served. Wagner also explains the different responsibilities and roles that lawyers have in civil vs. criminal cases.

  • Posted on 06 Jul 2017

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    Seismic Changes in the World Order: US Withdraws from International Policy Leadership

    Join hosts Michael Cohen, Mitch Winick, and Stephen Wagner for this month’s International Crossroads segment of On the Law. In the backdrop of the United States withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific partnership and the President’s threatened termination of NAFTA in the Americas, Michael Cohen addresses the latest international trade legacy that the Trump Administration has left from the President’s recent trip to the European Union, and its aftermath, including how the new world order has changed seismically in just the first 200 days of the Trump Presidency, what is left of the U.S. historic trade leadership position, if anything, and what the world trade picture looks like now as well as how it may look in the future.

  • Posted on 29 Jun 2017

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    Encore: Blockchain Technology May Replace Banks and Stock Exchanges: Will the Law be Ready?

    Blockchain is a highly disruptive technology that promises to change the world as we know it. It is best known as the technology behind Bitcoin, but it has many more applications. It can be applied to electronic voting, stock markets, global contracting, patient health records, and digital media such as music and movies. How will International Law address the use (and possible abuse) of this complex global technology? Join International Crossroads host Michael Cohen in a conversation with co-hosts Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner about the future of global trade, banking, and finance in a new digital world.

  • Posted on 22 Jun 2017

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