Journey Into Justice Podcast

Author/Attorney Mark M. Bello and Blog Talk Radio host Simon Barrett are pleased to announce the launch of their Journey Into Justice Podcast, which aims to explore different aspects of the justice system. They will also be inviting guests to share knowledge on aspects of the law and specific cases. The podcasts will be on Monday evenings at 8:00 EST.

On September 2, Mark’s guest is attorney J.R. Whaley. Mr. Whaley is involved in the national opioid epidemic cases and will be discussing the Oklahoma ruling, Johnson and Johnson's behavior, the unique theory the state used to prove liability, and the impact of the ruling on the pending civil cases around the country.

Tune in by clicking here.

John Randall Whaley is the principal attorney at the Whaley Law Firm, LLC in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. J.R. focuses his law practice on complex litigation and represents publicly traded corporations, small businesses, governmental entities, individuals, and classes of consumers. Over the course of the last several years, J. R. has won several million and multi-million dollar individual verdicts and settlements. Based on his expertise, J. R. has also been retained by companies involved in litigation as defendants to provide his expertise on defeating meritless claims and resolving issues in an expeditious and fair way. J.R. is also a member of several professional organizations including the Council for a Better Louisiana and regularly speaks to other attorneys and students on important legal issues and is a consistent contributor to legal publications throughout the country. He attended Louisiana State University and received his J.D. in 1998.


Facebook- @jrwhaleylawyer

Instagram- @whaleylawfirm


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