Analysis pretty solid (mostly), but there’s more to it
Most of the time Rick provides pretty solid legal analyses, but sometimes it devolves into “wishful thinking territory”. Rick comes across as having a relatively pro-corporate opinion, which he obviously is entitled to, it’s just a shame that it sometimes gets in the way of the legal analysis. In addition he seems to have trouble to understand his limitations and when to sit one out, commenting on matters in jurisdictions he’s unfamiliar with, in such a way that its borderline misinformation. He’s at his best in analyzing corporate v. corporate cases, in corporate v. consumer/employee etc. he relies too much on his personal views and less so on sound legal analysis.
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This is fantastic, it’s a great way to learn more about an already fascinating industry. The show is very well done, pro job all the way.
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Great pod and Rick Hoeg is a great host detailing out the legal issues of the day in the entertainment space. Great guy to chat with on Twitter.
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