Kathie Lee & Hoda & Lisa

KLG, Hoda and the law? Oh, yes — we dished about some of the racier chapters of On Your Case. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Lisa on The Cycle

The Cycle welcomed me to talk about On Your Case; I adore this show and its quick, witty panelists.

CBS This Morning

I joined Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell and Charlie Rose on CBS This Morning to talk about On Your Case. Could not have asked for a better book debut (and loved my stint in the Toyota Green Room).

“American Sniper” Trial Continues

I joined Erica Hill on TODAY to discuss the prosecution’s case against Eddie Ray Routh, the veteran accused of killing “American Sniper” Chris Kyle and a friend, and the possibility of an acquittal on the grounds of insanity. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

“American Sniper” Trial

MSNBC’s Tamron Hall and I discussed the Texas trial of Eddie Ray Routh, charged with the muder of ex-Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (of “American Sniper” fame) and his friend, Chad Littlefield.

Your Digital Legacy

Your Digital Legacy: Facebook has introduced the “legacy contact,” a person who can manage some of your account after you die. While the contact cannot log in as you or change your settings, that person can update photos, respond to requests and download archives. You can identify your legacy on Facebook, or as a digital […]

Divorce Economics

The Wall Street Journal (sub. required) reports on a potentially useful tool for divorcing couples who can keep cool heads and focus on the numbers (which, along with children, is one of the two key issues splitting couples must address). Economist Laurence Kotlikoff, who the Journal reports is finalizing his own divorce, offers a planning […]

On Your Case: The Book Trailer

I partnered with my trusted Trusts and Estates lawyer to make this video. Pardon the pun, but trust me, it’s worth the time and money it takes to put your plans in order. Happy watching!

FERPA Follies

In On Your Case, we take a look at FERPA, the clumsily-named but important law that governs student privacy, often at parents’ expense. The New York Times reports that clever Stanford students deduced that the law grants them access to one of the most secretive files college keep: admission records. Students, prompted by a group called […]

Flexible Workers, Few Rights?

This terrific Wall Street Journal (sub. required) article explains the growing legal controversy over “on-demand” workers, the Uber drivers and Task Rabbit-ers who may fall between the two categories of workers we review in On Your Case: employees who are entitled to a raft of benefits, and freelancers entitled to none.