Today on The Call Room, we have special guest Don Kaiser. Don is a business lawyer that specializes in corporations, small businesses, investors, health care organizations, and individuals. With the development of COVID-19 lots has changed and I have been asked many questions by my patients and fans of the show about how our rights may have changed due to this. So I wanted to bring in Don to help tackle some of these issues of law in the age of this pandemic.
Particularly with the recent case of the salon owner in Dallas defying the executive order, many Americans are wondering what the extent and practicality of these orders are, and where to stand on them. Is there any impact on our rights to peacefully assemble? What about the potential of abuse of power and our rights to combat them? All of these topics and more are going to be covered in today’s episode.
Listen in to learn how the recent developments in COVID-19, executive orders, and current events impact Americans in this age of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’re in a position today in 2020 going back to rely on case law from 1905 that dealt with forced vaccinations.” – Don Kaiser
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- Why our different localities of governments are currently in conflict with one another
- The precedent for the legal powers of executive orders, federally and via the state
- Is there a potential of abusing the “state of emergency” in the future?
- How one would challenge an executive order in a pandemic like this one
- How social distancing affects our right to peacefully assemble
- What we can do to make the developing information and governmental action about COVID-19 more useful
- The importance of vetting our elected officials
“In contempt of court, our state and rules give judges a lot of authority to enforce their orders, and that’s a good thing because we don’t want our judges to not mean anything.” – Don Kaiser
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“The trust is put in the elected officials. Now more than ever, we’ve got to vet who we’re electing.” – Don Kaiser