Recently I was interviewed by Brian Cardile, an editor at the Daily Journal, a legal newspaper in California, and host of a weekly podcast covering appellate law cases and issues.
The topic was Connor v. First Student, a case pending before the California Supreme Court which is vitally important to employers, landlords and background screening vendors in how background checks are conducted in California. Below is the introduction to the podcast:
Void for Overlap?
California appellate courts have split on the question of whether overlap between two consumer protection statutes renders one of them impermissibly vauge; the California Supreme Court will soon decide the matter. We’ll hear a range of views from Hunter Pyle (Hunter Pyle Law), Catha Worthman (Feinberg Jackson Worthman & Wasow), Ted Mermin (Public Good Law Center; Berkeley Ctr. for Consumer Law and Economic Justice), and Montserrat Miller (Arnall Golden Gregory LLP).
Click here to listen to the podcast (June 15, 2018), which is on iTunes and found by searching for “Weekly Appellate Report.”