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Welcome to You Should Know, the podcast dedicated to protecting your health, safety and legal rights. Produced in conjunction with the nationally distributed You Should Know e-newsletter, this podcast features experts on a wide variety of important topics that affect you, your family and those closest to you. You Should Know is hosted by National Editor Steve Miller, and is supported by trial lawyers and their clients throughout the nation.

Latest Episodes

Dr. David Johnston On America's Love Affair with Drugs

David Johnston is a retired board-certified emergency room doctor from Minnesota with more than 30 years of experience treating patients with a wide range of prescription drugs. While this interview was originally recorded back in April 2011, Dr. Johnston's no-nonsense approach to the use of all prescription drugs and drug safety are as relevant today as they were five years ago. And while the focus of the interview was not prescription opiate abuse, his core messages regarding America's deepening love affair with drugs applies nevertheless.

13 MIN2016 OCT 7
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Dr. David Johnston On America's Love Affair with Drugs

Tia's Battle with Circuit City and Forced Arbitration

Brian Markovitz is an employment lawyer with the Maryland-based firm of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake. Brian represents employees who have been wrongfully terminated, discriminated against at work, or retaliated against for reporting misconduct. Tia Holloman Howard was represented by Brian in a sexual harassment law suit against the now defunct Circuit City. It was during this case that they both ran head first into forced arbitration.

23 MIN2016 SEP 30
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Tia's Battle with Circuit City and Forced Arbitration

2015 Top Safety and Justice Stories

Julia Duncan, director of federal programs at the American Association for Justice, outlines how forced arbitration is the common thread running through most of the safety and justice stories for 2015 and will be again for 2016.

26 MIN2015 DEC 10
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2015 Top Safety and Justice Stories

Your Responsibilities as a Party Host

The holidays are a deadly time of the year on our nation's highways because of drunk and impaired driving. MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church talks about Tie One On for Safety, safe party tips and the National Day of Remembrance.

13 MIN2015 NOV 13
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Your Responsibilities as a Party Host

Fighting Subconscious Bias in Women's College Sports and Beyond

Tom Newkirk, an Iowa employment law attorney, has written and spoken extensively on how subconscious bias can occur in any organization, what people can do to see bias in themselves and others, and how we can work together to eliminate it.

15 MIN2015 MAR 6
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Fighting Subconscious Bias in Women's College Sports and Beyond

When Uber Comes to Town ...

Christine Hensley, longtime Des Moines City Council member, talks about the bumpy relationship between Uber and local officials. She points out benefits as well as several safety, regulatory, insurance and pricing concerns.

16 MIN2015 JAN 9
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When Uber Comes to Town ...

Toy Experts on Video Games

Stevanne Auerbach, known as “Dr. Toy,” and Randy Kulman, founder of LearningWorks for Kids, explore the pros and cons of video games for kids just in time for the holidays. Plenty of practical advice for parents, educators and other caregivers.

23 MIN2014 DEC 10
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Toy Experts on Video Games

We Should Be Drug Tested, Says Doctor

Dr. Stephen Loyd tells his inspirational story of recovery from addiction to prescription drugs and his support of California's Proposition 46 as a way to improve patient safety while helping others in healthcare struggling with dependency.

23 MIN2014 OCT 5
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We Should Be Drug Tested, Says Doctor

“Tort Reform” Threatens Our Constitutional Liberties

Andrew Cochran, noted conservative and defender of the Constitution, calls "tort reform" a 30-year war on our Seventh Amendment right to hold wrongdoers accountable in a court of law. He also discusses the growing threat of forced arbitration.

22 MIN2014 SEP 13
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“Tort Reform” Threatens Our Constitutional Liberties

Woman Alert to Harmful Medical Products

Dr. Diana Zuckerman, President of the National Research Center for Women & Families, looks at the drugs and medical devices sold to women from a policy perspective while providing practical advice on drug safety for women and their families.

25 MIN2014 APR 7
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Woman Alert to Harmful Medical Products

Latest Episodes

Dr. David Johnston On America's Love Affair with Drugs

David Johnston is a retired board-certified emergency room doctor from Minnesota with more than 30 years of experience treating patients with a wide range of prescription drugs. While this interview was originally recorded back in April 2011, Dr. Johnston's no-nonsense approach to the use of all prescription drugs and drug safety are as relevant today as they were five years ago. And while the focus of the interview was not prescription opiate abuse, his core messages regarding America's deepening love affair with drugs applies nevertheless.

13 MIN2016 OCT 7
Comments
Dr. David Johnston On America's Love Affair with Drugs

Tia's Battle with Circuit City and Forced Arbitration

Brian Markovitz is an employment lawyer with the Maryland-based firm of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake. Brian represents employees who have been wrongfully terminated, discriminated against at work, or retaliated against for reporting misconduct. Tia Holloman Howard was represented by Brian in a sexual harassment law suit against the now defunct Circuit City. It was during this case that they both ran head first into forced arbitration.

23 MIN2016 SEP 30
Comments
Tia's Battle with Circuit City and Forced Arbitration

2015 Top Safety and Justice Stories

Julia Duncan, director of federal programs at the American Association for Justice, outlines how forced arbitration is the common thread running through most of the safety and justice stories for 2015 and will be again for 2016.

26 MIN2015 DEC 10
Comments
2015 Top Safety and Justice Stories

Your Responsibilities as a Party Host

The holidays are a deadly time of the year on our nation's highways because of drunk and impaired driving. MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church talks about Tie One On for Safety, safe party tips and the National Day of Remembrance.

13 MIN2015 NOV 13
Comments
Your Responsibilities as a Party Host

Fighting Subconscious Bias in Women's College Sports and Beyond

Tom Newkirk, an Iowa employment law attorney, has written and spoken extensively on how subconscious bias can occur in any organization, what people can do to see bias in themselves and others, and how we can work together to eliminate it.

15 MIN2015 MAR 6
Comments
Fighting Subconscious Bias in Women's College Sports and Beyond

When Uber Comes to Town ...

Christine Hensley, longtime Des Moines City Council member, talks about the bumpy relationship between Uber and local officials. She points out benefits as well as several safety, regulatory, insurance and pricing concerns.

16 MIN2015 JAN 9
Comments
When Uber Comes to Town ...

Toy Experts on Video Games

Stevanne Auerbach, known as “Dr. Toy,” and Randy Kulman, founder of LearningWorks for Kids, explore the pros and cons of video games for kids just in time for the holidays. Plenty of practical advice for parents, educators and other caregivers.

23 MIN2014 DEC 10
Comments
Toy Experts on Video Games

We Should Be Drug Tested, Says Doctor

Dr. Stephen Loyd tells his inspirational story of recovery from addiction to prescription drugs and his support of California's Proposition 46 as a way to improve patient safety while helping others in healthcare struggling with dependency.

23 MIN2014 OCT 5
Comments
We Should Be Drug Tested, Says Doctor

“Tort Reform” Threatens Our Constitutional Liberties

Andrew Cochran, noted conservative and defender of the Constitution, calls "tort reform" a 30-year war on our Seventh Amendment right to hold wrongdoers accountable in a court of law. He also discusses the growing threat of forced arbitration.

22 MIN2014 SEP 13
Comments
“Tort Reform” Threatens Our Constitutional Liberties

Woman Alert to Harmful Medical Products

Dr. Diana Zuckerman, President of the National Research Center for Women & Families, looks at the drugs and medical devices sold to women from a policy perspective while providing practical advice on drug safety for women and their families.

25 MIN2014 APR 7
Comments
Woman Alert to Harmful Medical Products
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