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The ‘Red Mirage’ vs. the ‘Blue Shift’ - Legal Issues in an Overtime Election

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PBI'S OUTSTANDING PUBLIC POLICY PANEL DELVES INTO THE 2020 ELECTION

The 2020 Presidential Election is playing out as the global COVID-19 pandemic still rages on. With more voters opting for mail-in voting, it appears that the results will not be clear until long after election night.

What happens in the event of an inconclusive election? How can the fairness of the election be ensured? What if the President refuses to leave office? What legal guardrails are in place to ensure a peaceful transfer of power?

Our panel of experts is back, examining the different legal scenarios that could result from the election.

  • Hear opinions and comments from both sides of the political aisle as they discuss the potential legal scenarios that could play out over this unique election.
  • Get the latest updates on the legal issues surrounding the presidential election.

If you attended other installments of PBI's Public Policy Series, you won't want to miss this program.

OUR ALL-STAR PANEL

  • Michael Smerconish – Moderator
  • Tara Setmayer
  • Danny Cevallos
  • Charlie Dent
  • Sonam Sheth
  • Elie Honig

Recorded in October 2020.

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Daniel L. Cevallos Esq. Cevallos & Wong LLP (Newtown)
Charles W. Dent DLA Piper LLP US (Phila)
Elie Honig Esq. Rutgers University
Tara Setmayer CNN
Sonam Sheth Business Insider
Michael Smerconish Esq. Kline & Specter PC
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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