Alan Gurvey and Kerri Kasem interview some of the country’s most famous lawyers, top legal minds, legal scholars, luminaries of the legal world, politicians, newsmakers, athletes and entertainers on Gurvey's Law on talk radio.

Recent Podcasts

Fire Insurance Claims and Harvard's Admission Process for Asian-Americans

790 KABC, November 17, 2018

Over 200,000 people evacuated their homes in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties this past week because of the California wildfires. Attorney Joseph Liebman, who represents victims of the Thomas Fire against Southern California Edison (SCE), will talk about filing insurance claims and lawsuits as a result of the damage caused by the fires. And, later in the show, does Harvard University discriminate against Asian-Americans in its admission process? Gurvey's Law welcomes the lawyer for the plaintiffs in the case against Harvard, Adam Mortara, who will fill us in on an how this case may change the college admission process for years to come. Tune in on Saturdays at 2 p.m. to KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio or to get the skinny! Go from broadcast to podcast and follow Gurvey's Law on Itunes to listen to episodes on the go, give us a reveiw!

Khashoggi Murder Investigation and "The HPV Vaccine on Trial"

790 KABC, November 10, 2018

Scott Anderson of The Brookings Institution will discuss the latest on the Jamal Khashoggi murder investigation and legal issues of the case. And, later, NYU School of Law professor Mary Holland joins Alan Gurvey and Kerri Kasem to talk about her new book, "The HPV Vaccine On Trial: Seeking Justice for a Generation Betrayed." Tune into Gurvey’s Law to hear stimulating and informative talk radio on Saturdays at 2 p.m. on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio and!  Take us along from broadcast to podcast on ITunes, pop by the Gurvey's Law channel and leave us a review. 

Roundtable: Athletes, the Environment and Homelessness

790 KABC, November 3, 2018

Alan and Kerri host a roundtable discussion of the issues of the day with an accomplished and diverse panel of guests. The panel includes Dr. Ken Wright, pediatric ophthalmologist and candidate for the 33rd District, Joselio Hanson, former NFL cornerback, and Evelyn Gurvey, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and former library supervisor. No topic is off limits as the group debates topics from athletes as role models, to the environment, to respecting long-term contracts in professional sports, and homelessness. Don’t miss the lively discussions on Gurvey's Law on Saturdays starting at 2 p.m. on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio and! Listen to Gurvey's Law on Itunes - from broadcast to podcast - leave us a review!

Mental Health Awareness: Buddy Check and "55 Steps"

790 KABC, October 27, 2018

Alan Gurvey and Kerri Kasemdiscuss mental health challenges and mental health awareness. Dr. Stu Gershman joins Alan and Kerri to talk about his family tragedy of October 29th, 2014, when his son Jesse took his own life. This weekend hundreds of hockey teams throughout Canada will use green tape on their sticks as symbols of mental health, all part of the #BuddyCheckforJesse initiative Stu started to raise awareness, promote open discussion in locker rooms, and destigmatize mental challenges among young people. At the outset of the show, attorney Colette Hughes and screenwriter Mark Bruce Rosin, who spearheaded the recently released film, 55 Steps, talk about the making of the true story, which focuses on Eleanor Riese’s plight to provide institutionalized patients the choice to refuse anti-psychotic medications. The film features Hilary Swank as Colette and Helena Bonham Carter as Eleanor. Don’t miss this important and eminently meaningful episode...