The Lawyers Always Win.
Walter Todd on BBC Radio
In the court battles of public opinion, the lawyers always win.

Walter was featured on BBC Business Matters to discuss the latest headlines, including the recent lift of Title 42 and the implications on the economy. He also covered recent cryptocurrency court cases and the potential for regulation, in addition to his thoughts on equal pay, electric super cars, and how companies like Adidas are handling controversy.

Walter’s segments are below:
8:28 – 14:45 — Immigration and the Economy
22:20 – 22:55 — What does Cryptocurrency Regulation look like?
32:00 – 37:10 — Adidas’ Navigation of the Yeezy Controversy
43:50 – 47:10 — Women’s Wage Gap and the Hurdle of Childcare
50:20 – 52:50 — Would Walter Buy an Electric Ferrari?

Listen to the full interview here.

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