I’ve been doing the Lehto’s Law podcast now for over half a year and I thought, “I wonder if anyone wants to know what a podcast looks like?” You know like, “What does a movie taste like?” Or, “How does a painting sound?”
Actually, someone told me they listened to podcasts on Youtube. Really? But what do you look at when doing that? Turns out it’s like those “videos” for songs I listen to when someone puts up a song with a photo as filler. Not sure why I hadn’t thought of that.
Well, I couldn’t ask anyone to look at a picture of me for 18 minutes, so I decided to film a podcast - and record it too, the old fashioned way. This week’s Lehto’s Law is on the topic of Arbitration and why you want to avoid it (it’s episode #35 for those of you who are trying to collect the whole set). It is thus available as a thing you can watch.
And, as always, a thing you can listen to:
What will they think of next? I half expect someone to say they have internet on computers now, too.
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Steve Lehto has been practicing law for 23 years, almost exclusively in consumer protection and Michigan lemon law. He wrote The Lemon Law Bible and Chrysler’s Turbine Car: The Rise and Fall of Detroit’s Coolest Creation.
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