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President Trump’s Executive Orders were front and center this week on our live “Today’s Verdict with David Lesch”.  Kathryn Rubino from the well known legal blog “Above the Law” was on set to discuss Trumps first few weeks on the job.  Also, we went out to the streets to hear what you had to say on another edition of Today’s Verdict asks.  The show is now online:

http://www.bronxnet.org/gallery/8815-todays-verdict-february-7th-2017

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With the tragic death of two infants directly related to landlord neglect Attorney Edmund Witter from the Legal Aid Society appeared this week on our live Today’s Verdict with David Lesch to discuss the legal ramifications. Also, with a new administration comes reforms to the litigation arena. Attorney Steven Lewbell was on set to help understand the area of Product Liability and how our your rights might be affected during the next 4 years. The show is now online:

https://www.facebook.com/david.lesch.92

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Let’s hope you are never accused of “Medicaid fraud”, but If that does happen you will want to hear former Assistant District Attorney and current Defense Attorney Todd Spodek has to say on this week’s Today’s Verdict with David Lesch.  Plus, do you know what Gerrymandering is?  You probably do.  But how has it played out within NY districts?  Bret Vallacher, Esq. of Boies, Schiller & Flexner was on set to discuss.  The show is now online:

http://www.bronxnet.org/tv/bronxlegal/8582-todays-verdict-december-20th-2016

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My column this week in The Bronx Chronicle.  Expanding the H-1B Visa Program.

http://thebronxchronicle.com/2016/12/11/todays-verdict-immigration-and-expanding-the-h-1b-visa-program/

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On this week’s live Today’s Verdict with David Lesch we split the show into two topics: Sex Offender Crimes and Immigration Visas. Thank you to Steven Brill Esq. and Jennifer Oltarsh Esq. for braving the weather and making it to the studio. The show is not online:

http://www.bronxnet.org/tv/bronxlegal/8502-todays-verdict-december-6-2016

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Now that the elections are over it was time to check back in with our Political Reporter from the website “Above the Law”.  Kathryn Rubino returned to the studio for this week’s “live” Todays Verdict with David Lesch.  The topic:  Trump and his ability to make good on campaign promises.  The show is now online as well:

http://www.bronxnet.org/tv/bronxlegal/8472-today-s-verdict-november-29-2016

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After last week’s AirBNB segment we had tremendous feedback. Several of our viewers asked how the home sharing site affects Co-ops and Condos in the city. I decided to continue the discussion and asked Steven D. Sladkus Esq. as well as Jared Paioff Esq. to shed light on the issue. Also, Joshua Ashley Klayman, Esq. began the show as our topic was the disrupting technology known as “Blockchain”. Thanks to all our guests who made it to the studio for our live Today’s Verdict with David Lesch. The show is now online:

http://www.bronxnet.org/tv/bronxlegal/8380-todays-verdict-november-8th

 

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If you are planning to use AirBNB you will want to see this week’s liveToday’s Verdict with David Lesch. Deanna Ting, The Associate Editor of “Skift”, was on set to discuss the pros and cons of using AirBNB as well as the new bill signed by Governor Cuomo concerning NY and illegal subletting. Also, Brody Lesch makes his first appearance. The show is now uploaded and online:

http://www.bronxnet.org/tv/bronxlegal/8293-todays-verdict-oct-25-2016

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On this week’s live Today’s Verdict with David Lesch we discussed two important issues: Employee Rights upon Termination and Child Custody. Our guests: Daniela Nanau, Esq. and Jessica Cuadrado, Esq. And if you watch to the end, Brody Lesch made his television debut with a brief appearance. The show is now online:

http://www.bronxnet.org/tv/bronxlegal/8220-todays-verdict-oct-11-2016

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I spent days preparing for the topic featured on last night’s live Today’s Verdict with David Lesch: “Anti-trust” issues and how much control should the government have to regulate potential monopolies and price fixing? Steven Froot Esq, a partner at Boies, Schiller & Flexner was on set to help navigate. The show is now online:

http://www.bronxnet.org/tv/bronxlegal/8098-todays-verdict-september-20th-2016

 

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