It’s a New Year. But what if you broke a law late in 2017 that no longer exists in 2018? Attorney Arnold Proskin tells you if you’re off the hook. Plus, we discuss the changing marijuana laws and the future of sports wagering. And Mr. P. shares his Super Bowl prediction.
On this year-end episode of the Proskin Podcast, Attorney Arnold Proskin shares his thoughts on 2017’s big events, and hands-out some important advice on what NOT to do this holiday season.
You’ve heard about them in the news, seen them promoted on TV and, chances are, you’ve been invited to join one or two. Class Action Lawsuits – when several plaintiffs come together to seek damages from a large corporation or other entity – are more prevalent today than ever. What should you do when notified that you may be eligible to become part of a Class Action Suit? Will it cost you money? Is it worth the time and effort? In this edition of the Proskin Podcast, attorney Lisa Proskin answers all those questions and more.
Would former President Barack Obama make a good juror? On this episode of the Proskin Podcast, Atty. Arnold Proskin, a former judge and DA, shares his ruling on that. Plus, when it’s smart to sign-away your rights to sue a company and the ongoing legal fights in the NFL.
In this ‘Sports Meets Law’ Edition of The Proskin Podcast, Attorney Arnold Proskin discusses the liability ramifications of the incident involving the young fan at Yankee Stadium who was seriously injured by a foul ball. And he sounds-off on the issue of NFL players evoking their Constitutional rights by kneeling in protest during the National Anthem.
Starting or expanding a small business is no small task. In this episode of The Proskin Podcast, attorney Arnold Proskin shares his expertise on legal aspects of creating a company, including the important differences between a DBA, S Corp and LLC.
On this episode of the Proskin Podcast, attorney Arnold Proskin discusses the legal aspect of all the popular Summer activities. What should you do before you head-off on vacation, send your kids to camp or host that backyard party? Find out!
This has been the procedure since the first two Model T’s bumped fenders: You get into an auto accident. The police are called and a report is filed. You and the other driver exchange insurance information. You contact your agent and, if necessary, your attorney.
But what if the other car involved in the accident had no driver? With the grandiose speculation/anticipation of the takeover of driverless cars in the not-so-distant future comes a myriad of problems, many of them legal in nature. Who’s legally responsible when a self-driving vehicle causes an accident – the manufacturer? The vehicle’s owner? The dealership? No one?
Tesla, one of the aggressive players in this space, is trying to get out in front of this issue, attempting to establish a legal standing that will allow the company to avoid all liability claims for their driverless vehicles. This comes in reaction to lawsuits brought by owners of Tesla self-driving vehicles that manufacturing defects caused accidents, including fatal accidents, and that the autopilot vehicles simply aren’t safe.
Check-out the company’s defense here: Tesla: No Legal Duty to Make ‘Failsafe’ Car. But make sure you have your seatbelt on first, as these claims may surprise you.
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