Gurvey’s Law is a long-running talk show on KABC Radio in Los Angeles. Every Saturday, our hosts Alan Gurvey and Kerri Kasem examine the legal issues of the day, through interviews with the country’s most preeminent scholars, well-known attorneys, luminaries, politicians, news makers, athletes and entertainers.
Alan Gurvey is the managing partner of the Law Firm of Rowen, Gurvey & Win, a workers’ compensation law firm that has represented injured workers for over 35 years. Alan is known as one of the top litigators in the workers’ compensation arena. He has an honors degree in ethics and political philosophy from Brown University, and a law degree from the University of Manitoba in Canada. He has authored guide books on life, called the “Common Sense Series”. He frequently speaks to attorney groups, physician groups and employer groups. Alan is well equipped to take on the issues of the day, with a focus on turning what can go wrong into how to make it go right.
The co-host of Gurvey’s Law is Kerri Kasem, a radio and television personality and model. Kerri is the daughter of radio icon, Casey Kasem, the originator of American Top 40 music countdown. She has also been featured as a co-host on Sixx Sense, with Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue, on Premier Radio Networks. Kerri has been a reporter and host on E! and has also hosted UFC events. Other radio shows that Kerri has hosted include, “Racing Rocks”, syndicated on over 120 stations, the “National Lampoon Comedy Countdown”, the “Solomon Free Money Hour” and “Pet Talk”. Kerri founded the Kasem Cares Foundation, for which she travels the nation advocating on behalf of the elderly, an unwavering tribute to her father.
Together, Alan and Kerri welcome legal experts, writers, entertainers, athletes and newsmakers from all walks of life.
Genevieve Wong joined Gurvey’s Law as a producer in 2017. A four-time Emmy-nominated broadcast journalist, the program is her first foray into radio. Having been in the news business for over a decade, Genevieve has witnessed history worldwide-- covering such events as the Gaza Strip pullout in 2005, Prince William’s marriage to Kate Middleton, and Bill Cosby’s criminal trial. She received her bachelor’s degree from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and her master’s degree from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.