Episode

10/21 Gavriel Mairone: Private Law for Human Rights & Michael Watts: Political Prosecutorial Attacks on Trial Lawyers

October 21, 2016

Attorney Gavi Mairone the founder of MM~LAW LLC, a law firm dedicated to advancing private human rights law, explains how he uses private lawsuits against major corporations to combat terrorism and human rights abuses. When banks and oil companies are complicit in terrorism. The Chevron case and kickbacks to the Saddam Hussain regime. How is terrorism is defined globally? Civil law and reciprocity. Defending the Yazidis and corporations fund terror.

Michael Watts an Attorney from Texas, explains how he defended himself in a criminal brought orchestrated against him. Was Watts targetted because of his support of Democratic candidates and his work against BP? The war against trial attorneys. The BP connection to the prosecution of Michael Watt. The Ron Johnson connection to the case and what the Watts case teaches us about abuses of the criminal justice system.

Elizabeth Graham, the director of Grant & Eisenhofer’s complex pharmaceutical and medical device litigation practice, explains the case her firm is bringing against Conceptus a birth control device that causes serious health problems. How Conceptus and Bayer misled the FDA on its clinical trial and where the case goes from here.

On The Fun half: Donald Trump’s successes and fails at the Al Smith dinner. Rudy Guiliani can’t take a joke. Barack Obama savages Marco Rubio and your calls and IMs.

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