Short Circuit 261 | Live at Southern Methodist University!

Short Circuit speaks with the law students at SMU in our first visit to The Big D. With Anya Bidwell as your host, she introduces us to Texas lawyers Zack Faircloth, Will Langley, and Don Tittle. They dig into recent cases on the Second Amendment, “premature bankruptcy,” vaping regulation, and (of course) qualified immunity. With more than one matter that seems to be on track for the Supreme Court this is the episode for Rick and Morty fans.

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In re LTL Management

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