In the Media

  • Breaking Business Law News

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC regional business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP discusses interesting legal cases and breaking business news.

  • Is President Trump 's Travel Ban Order Legal?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the legality of the President's Immigration Executive Orders on Fox Business.

  • Facebook's New Plan To Flag 'Fake News'

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner at business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, joins a panel discussion on Facebook's program to flag fake news.

  • Trump NSA Pick Retweeted Fake 'PizzaGate' Report

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the breaking news of a gunman walking into a DC pizza restaurant following fake news that was retweeted by Trump's NSA pick.

  • Donald Trump and Trump University Agree to Settle

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, covers the breaking news that Donald Trump and Trump University will pay $25 million to settle NY Attorney General's lawsuit.

  • FBI Announcement Rocks Presidential Race

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the FBI's announcement of newly discovered emails impacting the Presidential race, and a voter suppression lawsuit filed by the Democratic National Committee. He also discusses the Supreme Court's upcoming 'bathroom bill' civil rights case.

  • Reviewing Forbes' List of Highest Paid Dead Celebrities

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses Forbes' list of the highest paid dead celebrities of 2016.

  • Yahoo Cooperates with the Feds on Email Surveillance

    Seth Berenzweig, partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the breaking news that Yahoo cooperated with a government demand for email surveillance, impacting its customers.

  • Gretchen Carlson's Settlement, and Trump's Florida AG Payment

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses Gretchen Carlson's settlement with Fox, and the latest controversy over the Trump Foundation's payment supporting the Florida Attorney General.

  • US Olympic Swim Team Detention Debacle in Rio

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses breaking news on the detention of the USA Olympic swim team in Rio, and the new Metro criminal investigation in Washington.

  • How the Justice Department Is Handling Police Investigations

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses how the Justice Department is handling controvercial investigations into police use of force.

  • FBI Decision: Do Not Indict Hillary Clinton

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the FBI's decision to not indict Secretary Clinton and its implications.

  • New Developments in the Freddie Gray Cases

    Seth Berenzweig, of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the recent Maryland acquittal of officer Goodson in the Freddie Gray case.

  • The Russian Olympic Doping Scandal

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the international controversy over alleged Russian doping and exclusion of the track and field team from the Olympics.

  • Goldman Sachs Snooping on Employees' Emails

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses how the law applies to companies monitoring employlee emails and social media.

  • Trump University Case: Has The Judge Been Fair?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the Trump University case, and how the judge has treated Mr. Trump.

  • The Outrageous Stanford Rape Sentence

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the controversy over the sentence handed down to the perpetrator of a rape at Stanford University.

  • North Carolina Lawsuit on the 'Bathroom Bill'

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner at business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the legal battle brewing between the state of North Carolina and the Justice Department on the 'bathroom bill.'

  • Women's Soccer Team Sues for Equal Pay

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses the EEOC suit filed by the women's national soccer team asserting gender discrimination and unequal pay.

  • New Developments in Apple vs. FBI Court Battle

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses breaking news on the Apple and FBI battles brewing in the federal courts of New York and California.

  • Apple to Fight Order to help FBI Unlock iPhone

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the encryption battle between the Federal Government and Apple, which has refused to comply an FBI order to create a backdoor to the iPhone.

  • Is Senator Ted Cruz Eligible to Run for President?

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses the potential lawsuit against Senator Ted Cruz questioning whether he is qualified to run for President.

  • NY Attorney General Broadens Fantasy Sports Lawsuit

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner at business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the NY Attorney General's amended lawsuit broadening his attack on DraftKings and FanDuel.

  • Potential Hoverboard Liability for Explosions and Fires

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner at business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the class action lawsuit related to hoverboard explosions and fires.

  • Implications of the Mall of America Protest

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses breaking news of the Black Lives Matter protest at Mall of America, and the business and constitutional implications.

  • New York Attorney General Targets FanDuel and DraftKings

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the latest developments involving the New York Attorney General's cease and desist letter issued to FanDuel and DraftKings.

  • Implications of Hilary Clinton's Non-Disclosure Agreement

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the legal implications of the breaking news that Hilary Clinton signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement when she began her role and Secretary of State.

  • Hilary Clinton Signed A Non-Disclosure Agreement

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the breaking news that Hilary Clinton signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement on email data that was retained on her personal server.

  • Did Exxon Mobil Mislead Public on Climate Change?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner at business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the NY Attorney General's investigation into whether Exxon Mobil mislead investors and the public on climate change and implications.

  • FBI Investigates Daily Fantasy Sports Operators

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses the latest developments in the daily fantasy sports scandal and FBI investigation.

  • Can Volkswagen Be Sued For Harmful Emissions?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses whether Volkswagen can be sued by individuals for harm from emissions, and other implications.

  • Court Overturns Tom Brady's Suspension

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses Judge Berman's decision vacating the NFL's suspension of Tom Brady.

  • Hilary Clinton Email Controversy Continues

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, discusses recent developments regarding the Hilary Clinton email controversy.

  • Can The IRS Seize Cash From Small Businesses?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses a controversial asset seizure program the IRS is imposing on small businesses.

  • Latest Developments in the Tom Brady NFL Lawsuit

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the latest developments in the Tom Brady NFL lawsuit pending in the New York federal court.

  • Tom Brady's Lawsuit Thrown Out and Sent to NY

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the Minnesota lawsuit filed on Tom Brady's behalf to vacate his suspension that was transferred to New York.

  • NFL Affirms Tom Brady Suspension and Sues in NY

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses breaking news of the NFL affirming Tom Brady's suspension and filing suit in NY the same day to enforce the ruling.

  • General Motors May Settle Criminal Probe

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the criminal probe and potential settlement between General Motors and the Justice Department.

  • Do Employees Get Paid Overtime for Working from Home?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner at Berenzweig Leonard, discusses and debates how federal law addresses overtime pay.

  • Supreme Court Grants New 401k Rights For Employees

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the new Supreme Court case granting employees broader rights to sue over administration of their 401k plans.

  • The Lawsuit Against Wells Fargo for Unlawful and Fraudulent Conduct

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the lawsuit filed against Wells Fargo by the city of Los Angeles alleging unlawful and fraudulent conduct.

  • ObamaCare Goes Back to the Supreme Court

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the latest developments on ObamaCare making its way back to the Supreme Court.

  • Is Indiana's Religious Freedom Law Constitutional?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses Indiana's new religious freedom law.

  • Should Businesses Be Required to Install Cameras?

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the legal implications of a proposed law in Pennsylvania to require certain businesses to install video cameras.

  • Pregnancy Discrimination Cases in the News

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner at business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, joins the discussion on CBS This Morning on high profile pregnancy discrimination cases including a new case in North Carolina.

  • The Supreme Court Reconsiders ObamaCare

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the new case before the Supreme Court which challenges a major financial component of ObamaCare.

  • Supreme Court Hears Pregnancy Discrimination Case

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner at business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the Supreme Court hearing on the pregnancy discrimination case asserted by Peggy Young against UPS. Published on December 5, 2014

  • U.S. Criminal Probe into JPMorgan Chase

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the U.S. criminal probe into the foreign-exchange dealings of JPMorgan Chase. Published on November 5, 2014

  • Can The Government Involuntarily Quarantine Nurse?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, discusses whether New Jersey can legally quarantine the nurse who recently returned to the U.S. after treating Ebola patients in Africa.

  • Supreme Court Decides When Work Day Ends

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the Supreme Court's hearing in the Amazon case assessing the issue of when the compensable work day ends for hourly employees. Published on October 8, 2014

  • PIMCO Faces SEC Probe

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the SEC investigation of PIMCO.
    Published on September 24, 2014

  • Will American Apparel Reinstate Its CEO?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the controversy over American Apparel's termination of former CEO Dov Charney.
    Published on August 19, 2014

  • Are You Being Sued By A Computer?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses "robo-lawsuits" that are being filed against consumers.
    Published on July 17, 2014

  • NY Attorney General Sues Barclays

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the lawsuit that the New York Attorney General filed against Barclays, and the fine levied against PNB.
    Published on June 27, 2014

  • The Supreme Court Rules Against Aereo

    Seth Berenzweig of Berenzweig Leonard discusses the Supreme Court's ruling that Aereo violated copyright laws and implications of the ruling.
    Published on June 26, 2014

  • Can John Boehner Sue The President?

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the legal implications of Speaker Boehner's consideration of suing the President for misuse of executive orders.
    Published on June 25, 2014

  • Are Facebook Posts Constitutionally Protected?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses current Supreme Court cases and highlights the Court's decision whether Facebook posts get Constitutional protection.
    Published on June 17, 2014

  • Justice Dept. Seeks $10MM Payment From Citigroup

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, joins a panel discussion on the Justice Department's pursuit of a settlement payment from Citigroup over mortgage securities.
    Published on June 13, 2014

  • Should Erectile Dysfunction Meds Sell Over The Counter?

    Seth Berenzweig, managing partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the implications of a drug manufacturer aiming to make Cialis available as an over-the-counter medication. Published on May 29, 2014

  • Credit Suisse Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy Charge

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, appears on Bloomberg TV to discuss the implications of the Credit Suisse plea deal with the Justice Department.
     Published on May 20, 2014

  • Can Donald Sterling Be Forced To Sell LA Clippers?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the legal implications of the NBA's decision to ban Donald Sterling for life and force a sale of the LA Clippers.
    Published on April 30, 2014

  • Judge Accepts SAC Capital's Guilty Plea

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses a federal court's acceptance of SAC Capital's historic guilty plea for insider trading.
    Published on April 10, 2014

  • Is GM Liable For Faulty Ignition Accidents?

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses whether General Motors is liable for accidents caused by faulty ignitions and the impact of its bankruptcy.
    Published on March 13, 2014

  • Oscar Pistorius Trial Developments

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the Oscar Pistorius trial and evidence issues the prosecution and defense face in the case.

  • Current Legal Challenges of Obamacare

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, appears on Fox Business Channel to discuss the current legal challenges to Obamacare pending in the federal courts.
    Published December 4, 2013

  • JP Morgan Talks Historic Settlement With The Feds

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the settlement discussions taking place at the Justice Department between JP Morgan CEO Jaime Dimon and the Attorney General.
    Published on September 27, 2013

  • Federal Government's Case Against SAC Capital

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the new criminal case the federal government is pursuing against SAC Capital.
    Published on July 26, 2013

  • The SAC Capital Indictment and SEC Enforcement Action

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, appears on Fox Business with former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt to discuss breaking news regarding the SAC Capital indictment.
    Published on July 26, 2013

  • SEC Files Administrative Charges Against Cohen

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm, Berenzweig Leonard discusses an administrative charged filed by the SEC against Steven Cohen, threatening to bar him from the hedge fund industry managing outside investors' money.
    Published on July 23, 2013

  • SAC Capital Gets Indicted By The Federal Government

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, discusses the criminal indictment that has been issued against SAC Capital.
    Published on July 23, 2013

  • SEC Files Administrative Charges Against Cohen

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm, Berenzweig Leonard discusses an administrative charged filed by the SEC against Steven Cohen, threatening to bar him from the hedge fund industry managing outside investors' money.
    Published on July 23, 2013

  • Barclays Is Fined By The Feds

    Seth Berenzweig, Managing Partner of DC region business law firm Berenzweig Leonard, LLP, discusses the enforcement action by federal authorities against Barclays for alleged fraudulent energy trading activity.
    Published on July 18, 2013

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  • Subcontractor employees can sue primes

    FNRlogoTerry O'Connor, Berenzweig Leonard Partner and Director of Government Contracts, discusses a recent court decision that gives subcontractor employees legal recourse against their prime contractors on Federal News Radio. Listen to the interview and read the article

  • Innovation Engine Podcast

    44840Seth Berenzweig and Frank Gulino of Berenzweig Leonard and Clyde Findley of Cloudigy Law participate in  "The Innovation Engine" podcast, discussing business innovation and intellectual property from a legal standpoint.    

  • Washington Post Magazine

    12_01 Cover.inddFor Washington Post Magazine's @Work Advice: Is this colleague an occupational hazard, Part 1, Declan Leonard comments on how companies should deal with potentially disquieting employees.