Your Legal Rights

Wednesdays at 7pm

San Mateo Deputy District Attorney Chuck Finney talks with experts on various legal topics, with listener participation: 415 841-4134

Chuck Finney is joined by Employment Law attorney Bryan Schwartz and Jonathan Wong to discuss employees rights on computers at work.

Chuck Finney is joined by Dr. Stanton Glantz, UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education to talk about the case against Big Tobacco and cigarette addiction.

Chuck Finney is joined by San Mateo County Deputy District Attorney James Wade; Certified Specialists in Criminal Law Jeff Hayden and Gerritt Rutgers; and Rick Phillips, Exec. Dir. of Community Matters, a non-profit organization promoting violence prevention in schools to talk about bullying and school violence prevention.

A conversation about the changing laws regarding the rights of disabled employees and the responsibilities of employers to them.

 

Chuck Finney is joined by attorneys James Coy Driscoll and John Zanghi to discuss Landlord/tenant laws and disputes.

 

Chuck Finney is joined by San Francisco Assistant District Attorney Cheryl Matthews, Elder Financial Abuse Unit; Lt. Art Stellini, San Francisco P.D.; and Cindy Rasmussen, San Francisco Adult Protective Services Supervisor to discuss Elder Abuse Awareness Month.

Chuck Finney is joined by John McGregor, Certified Specialist in Taxation Law, and Dennis Bean, CPA, to discuss IRS collection for delinquent taxes and taxpayers' offers in compromise.

Chuck Finney is joined by attorneys Anthony Oncidi and Lisa Maki to discuss recent court decisions regarding employment law.

It's also Call a Lawyer Night. Listen for an opportunity to call in with your legal questions.

Your Legal Rights

Apr 18, 2012

Chuck's guest is Antonio Nierras a specialist in Immigration and Nationality  Law

Chuck Finney is joined by Antonio Nierras, a Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law, to discuss updates in Immigration and Nationality Law. 

Chuck Finney is joined by Dale Carpenter, Law Professor at the Univ of Minnesota Law School and author of "Flagrant Conduct" to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court's decision that expanded the legal rights of gay and lesbian Americans.

 

Your Legal Rights

Apr 4, 2012

Criminal law surprises--special guest is criminal law specialist Stanley Friedman.

Chuck Finney is joined by Employment Law attorneys Cliff Palefsky and Fred Alvarez.

Chuck Finney is joined by David Hellman, Certified Specialist in Tax Law and CPA, to talk about preparing your 2011 tax returns.

Also at 7pm on March 21, we will have our annual off-the-air "Call A CPA Night" (call 1-800-525-9917) with several Certified Public Accountants.

Chuck Finney is joined by Catherine Raye-Wong, a Specialist in Estate Planning, Certified by the Board of Legal Specialization of the State Bar, to discuss small estate planning.

Chuck Finney is joined by: Judge Eugene Hyman (Retired); Jeff Hayden, Certified Specialist in Criminal Law; Karen Guidotti, Chief Deputy, San Mateo Co. District Attorney's Office; and Michael Romano, Director, Three Strikes Project, Stanford Law School.

On Your Legal Rights this week, Chuck discusses the Three Strikes Reform Act of 2012 with guests:  retired Judge Eugene Hyman; Jeff Hayden, Certified Specialist in Criminal Law; Karen Guidotti, Chief Deputy, San Mateo County DA's Office; and Michael Romano, Director, Three Strikes Project, Stanford Law School.  Wednesday at 7pm

Chuck Finney is joined by Peter Stern, a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning; and Timothy Millar, a financial planner to discuss planning for long-term care/Medi-Care/Medi-Cal/private pay.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chuck Finney is joined by Susan Scott, Co-Chair of the National Lawyers Guild International Committee; Shahid Buttar, Exec. Director of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee; and Stanley Friedman, a Certified Specialist in Criminal Law and a past Chair of the Board of Legal Specialization of the State Bar. They’ll be discussing the National Defense Authorization Act, which permits indefinite detention; and other civil rights issues.

It’s also Call a Lawyer Night!

That's Wednesday, February 22 at 7pm on 91.7FM. Audio available after broadcast.

Chuck Finney is joined by Constitutional Law Professor Myron Moskovitz, Golden Gate Univ. School of Law; Jeff Hayden, Certified Specialist in Criminal Law; and Steven Mayer, Certified Specialist in Appellate Law to discuss recent Supreme Court decisions. 

That's Wednesday, February 15 at 7pm on 91.7FM. Audio available after broadcast.

Chuck Finney is joined by Joseph Ridout, manager of Consumer Services for Consumer Action, the National Consumer Advocacy and Educational Organization to discuss consumer scams.

That's Wednesday, February 8 at 7pm on 91.7FM. Audio available after broadcast.

    

 

This week, Chuck Finney and guests take on the topic of employment law. Guests:  Employment Law attorneys:  Nina Fendel and Miles Locker, authors of "California Workers' Rights" published by U.C. Berkeley;  andMalcolm Loungway, an investigator with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, San Francisco office. 

Chuck Finney offers legal advice to callers. Tonight's program will focus on landlord/tenant laws and issues. Guests: James Coy Driscoll and Marc Seidenfeld, landlord/tenant attorneys.

Chuck Finney offers legal advice to callers. 

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