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Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
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In this week’s De-Briefing the Law, Joel and Chris go over the major legal news stories of the week from Ghislaine Maxwell to Jussie Smollett to Dobbs v. Jackson. They review the recent trial news and evidence against Maxwell. They give an overview of Smollett’s staged crime as a publicity stunt and his charges for lying to the police. Next, they d…
 
In this episode of De-Briefing the Law, Joel and Chris discuss the Ghislaine Maxwell trial and Jeffrey Epstein. The trial explores Maxwell's involvement with Epstein's sex trafficking of young girls. A poignant question in this case is whose name is written in the "black book" and who exactly is involved given that many high-profile individuals hav…
 
In this week's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. They discuss the facts of the case, the media coverage, and the trial itself. They dig into surrounding circumstances around the trial with protests and whether jury intimidation exists. Next, they review the burden of proof for self-defense and provocation. They …
 
Joel and Chris debrief the Supreme Court cases in review this past week. In Ramirez v. Collier, the Court debates whether a prisoner facing capital punishment can have a spiritual adviser present during the time of execution. Part of this case deals with who exactly that advisor would be or whether that adviser could lay hands on the prisoner durin…
 
In today's update, Joel breaks down the major issues facing the Supreme Court this week. In Ramirez v. Collier, the Court debates whether a prisoner facing capital punishment can have a spiritual adviser present during the time of execution. In United States v. Vaello-Madero, the Court discussed Puerto Rico's ability to receive Supplemental Securit…
 
In today's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris dig into the Supreme Court cases heard this week. First, they address Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the case surrounding the Texas abortion ban. While on the surface it may seem this case is about the abortion issue, this case is actually about procedure and whether lawmakers can write o…
 
In today's update, Joel details how the abortion lawsuit before the Supreme Court came to be. The writing of the SB 8 abortion law that allows for private citizen enforcement works around the 11th Amendment and the 1908 Ex Parte Young case and brings to question who can challenge a law and whether there can be federal intervention here. Decision to…
 
In this week's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris unpack recent and upcoming Supreme Court news. One of those cases is New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, involving a handgun licensing law in New York. The gun law requires an applicant for a concealed carry to show “proper cause” for a license. The Court will argue whether this viol…
 
In this week's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris cover the "state secrets" in question around the Abu Zubaydah case that went before the Supreme Court this month. Zubayah was assumed to be close with Osama bin Laden and underwent torturous interrogation techniques. The Guantanamo Bay detainee has requested information about his interrogation treat…
 
This week, Joel and Chris dig into the trials that have followed the Boston Marathon bombing as the case of the bomber has now appeared before the Supreme Court. After several appeals on the basis of press and a partial jury and unheard testimony, the High Court will now resolve it. Next, they cover Thompson v. Clark which questions whether a plain…
 
In this week's De-Briefing the Law, Joel and Chris discuss the recent Urban Meyer debacle. Then, they dig into the return of the Supreme Court. They give takes on Justice Thomas' newfound chattiness, new SCOTUS cases, and controversial topics. They delve into a recent case dealing with gun laws in regard to felons and the role of the Court. Additio…
 
This week on Courtroom Quarterback, Joel and Chris review the last week in football. They analyze Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers and their recent performances. Joel questions the future of his hometown team, the Chiefs. They discuss whether they can get back on track to make the playoffs again. Lastly, Joel and Chris review their predictions from last…
 
This week, Joel joins Chris from out on the open seas. They quickly debrief mask mandates as Joel notices mask-wearing trends in his international travels. They also revisit Texas abortion law as a new lawsuit has been filed. The lawsuit demonstrates how citizens are made to enforce the law, not the state. Joel and Chris review the last week in NFL…
 
This week, Joel and Mackenzie jump back into the legal news as the Supreme Court summer break comes to an end. First, Joel and Mackenzie address the legality of vaccine mandates. They question whether a mandate at this point is an effective solution. They also review the California recall vote for Gov. Newsom. Finally, they turn the the Supreme Cou…
 
Comedian of Law is back after a summer break! Joel Oster and Mackenzie Smith kick off the episode with a story involving a spaghetti-covered domestic dispute. They talk about worst day in the courtroom in light of Elon Musk's lawyer vomiting in the jury box. Joel and Mackenzie talk Supreme Court, the new Texas abortion law, and what to expect movin…
 
Introducing a new segment to the Comedian of Law podcast: Courtroom Quarterback. As a massive sports fan, Joel Oster is bringing his humorous legal takes to the sports arena. Joel is joined by fellow sports fanatic and legal professional, Christopher Marohn. Joel and Chris will review major athletics news, discuss the GOATs, and debrief where games…
 
This week, Joel and Mackenzie Smith talk about the latest updates on Britney Spears, travel, and recent Supreme Court news. They discuss the legal definition of conservatorship and the permanent nature of the situation. Joel and Mackenzie break down the law on control over medical decisions under conservatorship and Britney's birth control. They al…
 
De-Briefing the Law, Daily Update, July 2nd, 2021 In this Fourth of July edition of the Update, we dig into why the 1st Amendment makes America so great. Despite the many mistakes this country has made (most recently, freeing Bill Cosby instead of Brittney Spears), our freedoms are still worth celebrating! Wishing you a great weekend!…
 
In this episode, Joel is joined by Mackenzie Smith to discuss this week's legal happenings. As the public has been calling to "Free Brittney," the legal system apparently misunderstood and released Bill Cosby instead. Joel and Mackenzie dig into why this happened, the history of the case, and the procedural issues that led to his release. Next, the…
 
De-Briefing the Law, Daily Update, July 1st, 2021 In today's update, we wish the Justices a happy summer vacation as they finish up their term after today's decisions. We discuss a case on transgender rights to school restrooms that the Court declined to hear. We also talk about the voting rights case about Arizona voting practices regarding harves…
 
If you could distill the most important business practices down to 4 words, what would they be? Jim Huling, co-author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals, joins Jason Hartman to discuss the 4 words and how to use them to drastically improve your business. Key Takeaways: [3:39] The 4 words you need to know to suc…
 
This past Monday, the Supreme Court issued its ruling on the NCAA and how it compensates student athletes. Joel is joined by Christopher Marohn to talk about NCAA v. Alston. After sharing their love of sports, Joel and Chris dig into the legal details of the case. The athletes claim that NCAA compensation violates anti-trust law. The NCAA hinges it…
 
De-Briefing the Law, Daily Update, June 24th, 2021 Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued 4 big decisions. In the first case, the justices side with a cheerleader who was suspended from her team for cursing outside of school. Next, the Court deals with property rights versus unions. Then, the Court rules on 4th Amendment rights when a police officer e…
 
De-Briefing the Law, Daily Update, June 23rd, 2021 On Monday, the Supreme Court released its decision on NCAA v. Alston. The case dealt with antitrust law and whether the NCAA could neglect to pay their student athletes based on the the premise of "amateurism." In an unanimous decision, the Court upheld the lower court's opinion that barred the NCA…
 
Jason Hartman talks with Lisa Cron, author of the new book Story or Die, about how we really make decisions, why humans are so impacted by stories, and how to identify the parts of your story that can impact those you're trying to reach. Key Takeaways: [1:05] We are wired for stories. Stories sway us more than facts [4:14] We like to think that we …
 
This week, Joel is joined by Mackenzie Smith to review recent Supreme Court happenings. Will Justice Breyer retire? Are the justices making a statement about court packing with their 9-0 unanimous decisions? Joel and Mackenzie dig into these questions as well as the major cases that the Court decided this past week. First, they get into Terry v. Th…
 
De-Briefing the Law, Daily Update, June. 18th, 2021 Yesterday was a big day on the Supreme Court. The Court released its decision on the fate of the Affordable Care Act, dismissing the challenge based on standing. This wasn't Obamacare's first time before the Court, so we review past constitutional questions and what the future of the ACA may look …
 
Debriefing the Law, Daily Update | June 15th, 2021 In today's update, Joel reviews yesterday's Supreme Court decisions: Terry v. United States and Greer v. United States. In Terry v. U.S., the Court discusses a Congressional mistake on how cocaine law has been ruled on previously. Apparently, there were different sentencing for crack cocaine versus…
 
In today's episode, Joel and Amy discuss a lawsuit against the Queen of England for $32 trillion. Let's hope the attorney got his retainer upfront. Then, Joel explores other crazy and frivolous cases. They also go over deposition preparation and what the worst answer a client can give is. Finally, Joel and Amy dive into recent Supreme Court cases a…
 
De-Briefing the Law, Daily Update, June 11th, 2021 Two Senators want to know the Supreme Court Justices' travel history, probably because they didn't want to miss bingo night at the casino. The Court decides what qualifies as a "violent felony" in the Armed Criminal Care Act. And finally, Joel gives a preview of some of the biggest Supreme Court de…
 
Debriefing the Law, Daily Update, June 9th, 2021 It's officially Supreme Court Sweeps Season! This means June will be full of Supreme Court decisions and updates that we are happy to report so you can stay up to date on breaking news in the legal landscape. In today's update, we talk about SCOTUS decisions around computer abuse at work, the Court d…
 
Mackenzie Smith is back on Comedian of Law! She updates us on her run for public office as district judge. Joel tests her judicial skills on some new wacky cases such as the murder of an iguana!? Joel and Mackenzie also debrief recent Supreme Court cases. They discuss the weighty implications of the word "so," police officers taking bribes, and whe…
 
Our favorite return guest, Scott Briscoe, is back with more hilarious free legal tips. Scott gives us an inside look into his legal practice in West Virginia and all of the wild stories he encounters there. He documents his cases by dishing out "Free Legal Tips" based on real interactions with his clients. In this episode, Joel and Scott discuss wh…
 
This week, Joel and Amy take up a recent Supreme Court case around a cheerleader who was suspended from her team for dropping F-bombs on her Snapchat. They discuss the legal merits, 1st Amendment rights, and whether the punishment was just. Next, a women was pulled over and found out she was a wanted felon for not returning a VHS tape in the 90s. M…
 
This week, Joel is joined by Taly Goody. She is an attorney, firm owner, and social media mentor. Taly shares her story of opening her own law firm and transitioning from employment to business ownership. She gives sage advice on how to take the leap into doing your own thing. Taly also gives us an inside look into her social media practice and how…
 
In this episode, Joel interviews Bo Shuff, the executive director of DC Vote. Whether or not the District of Colombia should be a state has been a hot topic recently given the House vote over DC statehood last week. The statehood bill passed in the House and awaits Senate examination. Bo shares the history of DC and makes the case for why DC should…
 
This week, Joel is joined again by Amy Frances Lemanski. To kick off the episode, Joel tests Amy on her legal movie knowledge by reviewing iconic Hollywood courtroom scenes. Plus, they talk strange idioms and expletives in the courtroom. Then, Joel and Amy review the most recent updates on the Supreme Court and court packing. They give their update…
 
This episode, Joel is talking with Paul Brennan, an Australian lawyer and legal humorist. Joel and Paul discuss life in Australia, Paul’s career, and legal humor. Paul gives us an overview of his 101 Reasons to Kill All the Lawyers, Paul’s legal blog and book that detail humorous legal scenarios and advice. Joel and Paul also discuss the difference…
 
This episode, Joel is joined again by Amy Francis Lemanski to debrief the law this week. It was an eventful week at the Supreme Court. Joel and Amy talk about NCAA v Alston. This case argues whether student athletes should be compensated within the NCAA. They talk about “amateurism,” the education system, and what it means to neglect to pay the pla…
 
The one person you have the most trouble forgiving is yourself. Yet much of the way we think and act was learned before we reached the age of 10. Randy Gage, author of the new book Radical Rebirth, joins Jason Hartman to discuss how we can constantly reinvent ourselves to become the best version we can possibly be. Key Takeaways: [1:30] Randy's on …
 
In this episode, Joel Oster and Amy Francis Lemanski debrief the past week in the law. First, they talk about Pennsylvania prosecutor who took a side gig of being a DoorDash delivery driver. Next, they discuss Sidney Powell and the recent Dominion defamation case against her. They cover the merits of her statements (or excuses) that no "reasonable …
 
This week, Joel is joined by Florida lawyer Charles Vega. After a career in business, Charles began his legal journey at age 57. He tells about his experience in law school and owning his own practice. He gives sage advice on what it takes to meet your goals. He also shares inside tips on his practice within real estate law so you can avoid mishaps…
 
In this episode, Amy Francis Lemanski joins Joel to debrief this week's legal news. First, she gives us insight into her matrimonial law practice (i.e. divorce law) and some of her strangest divorce disputes. They also dive into the Twitter battle that ensued between Candace Owens and Cardi B after Fox News critiqued Cardi B's Grammy performance. T…
 
In this episode, Joel talks with Michael Thompson about legal conspiracy theories. They discuss the missing 13th Amendment— no, not the one that ended slavery— the almost-ratified one that stated titles of nobility would revoke American citizenship. As legal conspiracy theorists might suggest, perhaps this is a ploy to rid lawyers of their citizens…
 
This week, Joel is joined by Chris Marohn to debrief recent legal cases. They talk voting rights, including ballot harvesting and how voting laws interact with political parties. They discuss the census, districts, and election fraud. Next, they go over Tiger Woods' recent accident and the investigation into his car's "black box." They discuss whet…
 
Jason Hartman talks with the author of 17 great books, Jeffrey Gitomer. Jeffrey's latest book, Go Live!, is a salute to mastering the virtual world and exuding comfort on video. If you don't master virtual and you don't master video, someone else will. Jeffery, the self-branded 'king of sales,' gives top tips from his book on how to be a thought le…
 
In this episode, Joel interviews Kyona McGhee, a trademark lawyer from Detroit. Joel and Kyona talk Jesus Christ’s opinions of lawyers. Kyona shares her legal journey from having her mom arrested during her childhood to graduating valedictorian of her law school and following the demand for trademark law. Kyona gives her expertise on different trad…
 
This week, Joel interviews Joe Patrice, senior editor at Above the Law— a legal news site with irreverent commentary on current events and the legal profession. Joe shares his takes on living in New York City and his legal career path. Joel also quizzes Joe on his movie knowledge, wacky cases, and the validity of the bar exam. They debrief the Domi…
 
Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation joins Jason Hartman to discuss three different business models, from sales to services, everything from knife sharpening to pooper scooping. Build a side hustle to fund your vacation or fund your next investment property. Nick Loper is host to a podcast and author of a couple of books. His creative approach to build…
 
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