FC 42: PI & Other Firms Using Litigation Insurance with Level Insurance’s Justin Leto

Jason Hartman talks with Justin Leto, co-founder of Level Insurance, about how his company is helping the legal profession by offering litigation insurance. This gives lawyers protection from lost expenses when working contingency cases. Their hope is that the insurance will allow consumers to take their pick of lawyers instead of being pidgeon holed into […]

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FC 41 – The Lives of the Constitution: Ten Exceptional Minds that Shaped America’s Supreme Law with Joseph Tartakovsky

Jason Hartman talks with Joseph Tartakovsky, author of the new book The Lives of the Constitution: Ten Exceptional Minds that Shaped America’s Supreme Law, about some of the great minds that formed our constitution, as well as why the US constitution has stood the test of time while others have failed. The two discuss the […]

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FC 39 – Making a Murderer & Worse than the Devil, Anarchists, Clarence Darrow, and Justice in a Time of Terror by Dean Strang

Jason Hartman talks with Dean Strang, partner at Strang Bradley law firm, about his experiences in the criminal justice system, his involvement in Making a Murderer, and what we can do to improve the justice system and make it fair for all people. Key Takeaways: [1:53] Dean likes to look at how our criminal justice […]

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FC 34 – The Prisoner’s Self-Help Litigation Manual and a Needed Overhaul of the System with Daniel Manville

The Prisoner's Self-Help Litigation Manual and a Needed Overhaul of the System with Daniel Manville

Privatized prisons have turned the prison system into a lean, mean, profit-making machine. Companies are cutting costs (and corners) at every turn, leaving prisoners in terrible situations, with little to no ability to get outside help. Obama’s mandate to rid the nation of privatized prisons helped alleviate that situation, but Jeff Sessions rescinded that, and […]

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