Episode 6: Midlands Television Studios v. Kosack (with Michael Gelfand)

Episode 6 August 23, 2018 01:00:54
Episode 6: Midlands Television Studios v. Kosack (with Michael Gelfand)
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Episode 6: Midlands Television Studios v. Kosack (with Michael Gelfand)
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Show Notes

On the first post-case release episode of The Mock Review, Ben and Drew chat with Civil Case Committee Chair Michael J. Gelfand about Midlands Television Studios, Inc. v. Danny Kosack. Mike (aka The Gelf) delves into why the committee decided to torture anxious college students with absurd case previews and then drop the case with no warning, how the core idea for this case came to fruition, what it was like working with nine different people on the Civil Case Committee, why the case has four swing witnesses, and a number of other topics.

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