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Court Radio: Lyft or Uber? Is One Better Than the Other?

On this episode of Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer talks about rideshare services Uber and Lyft, and how if you’re a passenger in a vehicle that’s in an accident with an uninsured motorist, only one of these ride services has you covered.

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Court Radio: Tenants vs. Landlords During COVID-19

On this episode of Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer speaks to Paul Cohen, General Counsel for the Homeowners Association of Philadelphia, about the current housing situation in Philadelphia during the COVID-19 pandemic, giving listeners a view from the landlord's perspective.

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Court Radio: Some Riders Are Not Wearing Masks, Are You Safe Using SEPTA?

On this episode of Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer speaks with Leslie Richards, General Manager of SEPTA, about enforcing the mandatory face mask policy while riding SEPTA during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as speaking to a retired SEPTA train operator on what she sees as the real issue with enforcing the mask policy.

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Court Radio: Police Gas Philadelphia Protesters

On this episode of Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer speaks to civil rights lawyer Kevin Mincey, who is council to over 100 protesters suing the city of Philadelphia, about protesters being pinned against an embankment, suffocating in clouds of smoke and gas, and whether the police used excessive force against these protesters.

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Court Radio: Is This Unconstitutional? Foreign Students Being Forced to Leave U.S.

On this episode of Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer speaks to immigration attorney Ricky Palladino about Federal immigration authorities (ICE) forcing foreign students to leave the U.S. abruptly if universities offers Fall classes entirely online due to COVID-19. Dean and Ricky talk about the abrupt order issued on July 5, discuss whether these students have rights, if this order can be overturned in less than 30 days before fall semester, and hear from students impacted...

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