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Anyone wanting to hear my voice? I recently did two podcasts.

Law & Liberty talks to me about class actions and recent Supreme Court jurisprudence on class-action waivers.

And on Legal Talk Network, I debate trial lawyer Marc Saperstein about the recent appalling New Jersey appellate decision creating liability for third-party texters when drivers have accidents after texting. The crazy thing I learned about in this podcast: the driver who had the accident had the accident seventeen seconds after he sent a text. Unless he was in the middle of another text (and no one claims that he was to my knowledge), it's hard to see how texting (much less texting by an outside party) "caused" the accident.

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