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

UC affirmative action ban repeal & “Acts of Omission"

with Former UC Regent Ward Connerly, SVP of The Campaign for College Opportunity Audrey Dow and trial lawyer/ author James Bostwick

790 KABC, June 28, 2020

In a historic shift, the University of California, Board of Regents has endorsed a constitutional amendment that would repeal the affirmative action ban approved by voters in 1996. But, is this a step forward for diversity or a step back? Former UC Regent Ward Connerly and Audrey Dow from The Campaign for College Opportunity weighed in on both sides of the issue. Then, if you are looking for something riveting to read during the quasi-quarantine, well-known trial lawyer and author James Bostwick talked to Alan Gurvey and Kerri Kasem about his new book, “Acts of Omission.” It’s all on Gurvey’s Law on Sunday's, at 5 p.m. PST on  KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio and live on!‬

Father's Day special

with former police officer and college football player Brandon Tatum and the star of Fox's "Labor of Love," Kristy Katzmann

790 KABC, June 21, 2020

Alan and Kerri Kasem presented their annual Father’s Day Special, taking a break from COVID talk to celebrate fathers of all races, religions and creeds. Joining the dynamic duo was two very special guests who have unique perspectives on fatherhood. In the first half hour, former police officer, college football player turned viral sensation, and now featured in the new documentary, “Uncle Tom”, Brandon Tatum answered questions about all of the hottest issues of the day. Hear Brandon talk about African American fathers, his views on kneeling for the anthem, Rayshard Brooks, affirmative action, and #BlackLivesMatter. Then, it was all about the “dad-chelors”, as we featured the so-called baby-making reality show that is sweeping the nation! Kristy Katzmann, the star of Fox's "Labor of Love," dished on why she turned to TV to find a mate to conceive a little one with. Does she now have a baby daddy who she will be able to say Happy Fa...

COVID-19 Protester Rights, Conspiracy Theorists and Psychology

with bioethicist, & New York University professor, Art Caplan and University of Delaware professor Joanne Miller

790 KABC, June 14, 2020

The explosive philosophical debate pitting social justice vs. social distance continues to rage on, and Alan and Kerri Kasem jumped into the fray with an exclusive interview with world-renowned bioethicist, and New York University professor, Art Caplan. The table was set to talk about hotbed issues such as whether protestors should waive their rights to medical treatment should they contract COVID-19, as they willingly marched in public risking exposure to coronavirus, to what duties, if any, individuals have to make concerted efforts to not spread the virus to others, especially to those who might be physically compromised, to whether there ought to be limitations on free speech for anti-vaxxers, or others whose positions may lead to harmful public consequences.  And, that is just scratching the ethical surface of the Gurvey’s Law discussion! Then, the program shifts gears into the direction of conspiracy theorists and psychology. Joining the discussion...

Mysterious abductions of Princesses Latifa and Shamsa

with attorney David Haigh and Latifa's cousin Marcus Essabri

790 KABC, June 7, 2020

As the story of George Floyd’s death continues to consume America, last weekend Alan and Kerri Kasem turned their attention to a very different civil rights story that is happening abroad. Their focus involves United Arab Emirates prime minister Sheikh Maktoum's missing daughters, princesses Latifa and Shamsa -- whose mysterious whereabouts are making headlines internationally, and, in turn, shedding new light on possible human rights violations within the royal court. Princess Latifa’s attorney David Haigh and her cousin Marcus Essabri joined Gurvey’s Law to discuss her alleged abduction by her father, and explained how a divorce battle between the Sheikh and his estranged wife Princess Haya is exposing the truth behind the ruler’s dark past. Where is Princess Latifa now and why? And how can the U.S. intervene? That was the Gurvey’s Law topic last Sunday and we have a starring cast that talked about it. Filled with international intrigue, you won’t...