On the Other Side of the V

September 30, 2023

In This Episode:

Kimberly Atkins Stohr hosts #SistersInLaw for a discussion of Trump’s mounting legal problems after a summary judgment of fraud in the case brought by New York’s Letitia James, what’s next in that case, and how it affects the Trump Organization.  Then, they break down the case of alleged bribery against Senator Menendez, its evidence, if his actions have national security implications, and how the SCOTUS has weakened anti-corruption laws.  They also lay out how firms are handling challenges to DEI programs after the SCOTUS ruling against affirmative action and the role of guidance issued by the DOJ.

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