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

"I Was Lorena Bobbitt" with Lorena Gallo

790 KABC, May 24, 2020

On Memorial Day, Lorena Gallo (formerly known as Bobbitt) shared her life story in a new Lifetime movie, “I Was Lorena Bobbitt.” But before that, Lorena gave Alan and Kerri Kasem her version of events, a story about life with her ex John Bobbitt, snippets from the sensational media case in the early ‘90s, and what everyone watching, and even those who turned away, may have missed at the time. Now a mother and activist, Lorena also talked about the rise of domestic violence in households during the coronavirus pandemic, and the work she is doing with her foundation to improve the lives of women who have been abused by their partners. Don’t miss Gurvey’s Law Sunday's at 5 p.m. on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio and streaming live at! #abuse #talkradio #interview #lifetime #activist #lorenabobbitt

"Plandemic" with Dr. Judy Mikovits

KABC 790, May 17, 2020

An event you do not want to miss! Dr. Judy Mikovits was live with Alan and Kerri Kasem to explain her perspective of “Plandemic,” the viral video about the COVID-19 pandemic that became such a controversial topic of debate that it has seemingly vanished off the face of the earth, at least for now!  In an intimate tell-all interview, Dr. Judy Mikovits, scientist, author and activist, but now mostly known as the center of  attention in the documentary, shared her thoughts both on direct examination from Kerri and cross-examination from Alan of the current state of the coronavirus, both the backlash and praise she’s received from the film, and how she is dealing with her sudden rise to notoriety, for better or worse. If you missed “Plandemic” before it disappeared from social media, you do not want to be one of those embarrassed souls who misses Gurvey’s Law on Sunday's, at 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. EST on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadi...

Mother's Day

with stories from Olympian figure skater Mirai Nagasu and author/educator Roxanna Elden

KABC 790, May 10, 2020

It's Gurvey’s Law’s annual Mother’s Day extravaganza! Alan and Kerri Kasem celebrate and honor all mothers on this special day with two amazing stories! It figures that skating into the first half hour would be Olympic bronze medalist Mirai Nagasu to share how she is helping her mother (and father) keep the family restaurant, Sushi Kiyosuzu, afloat during the pandemic through a fundraising initiative called Power of 10, which provides yummy meals for first responders. When not figure skating, Mirai dedicated her “quick step” performance on "Dancing with the Stars" to her mother. Then, for those mothers who are feeling the effects of homeschooling, bestselling author, teacher, and mother, Roxanna Elden joins Alan and Kerri to talk about teaching your kids from home, and how you can feel good about it! Tune in to Gurvey’s Law Sunday's, from 5:00 to 6:00 pm PST on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio, or Alexa and streaming live...

Compassion over service & personal injury lawsuits

with law professor & author, Daniel L. Hatcher, Executive Director of the California Applicants' Attorneys Association, Diane Worley and Attorney Kathy McArthur

790 KABC, May 3, 2020

THIS SUNDAY ON GURVEY’S LAW — Throughout the pandemic, we are hearing stories that government financial aid isn’t always going where it should. According to Daniel L. Hatcher, law professor at the University of Baltimore and author of the book, “The Poverty Industry: The Exploitation of America’s Most Vulnerable Citizen,” these issues are deeper and more troubling than people realize. His book exposes disturbing perverse incentives of various contemporary aid systems. Hatcher, who is featured in Netflix’ documentary "The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez,“ joins Alan Gurvey and Kerri Kasem to talk about injustices involving companies like Maximus that puts profits over compassion and service. Also joining Alan and Kerri is Diane Worley, Executive Director of the California Applicants' Attorneys Association, to talk about how this issue impacts medical treatment in the California Workers’ Compensation sy...