Handel on the Law

Bill Handel

Bill Handel’s weekend show, “Handel on the Law,” is bold, entertaining and addictive. Bill definitely knows his way around our wacky American legal system, and with a quick wit and razor sharp tongue, offers up advice to countless callers on a weekly basis. Syndicated nationally, Handel has amassed a loyal fan base that continues to grow. Bill Handel has been able to couple his passion for talk radio with his experience as a lawyer and the result is a unique blend of information and humor.

Handel on the Law began broadcasting in 1985. I enjoy it more today than the day I started. Abusing callers, giving marginal legal advice and telling callers where to go is still probably the most enjoyable thing I do other than having intimate moments with my wife…No…It is the most enjoyable thing I do.”

–Bill Handel          

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HandelontheLaw.com2 months ago

In late April 2015, the National Football League’s (NFL) League Office voluntarily relinquished its tax exempt status. But why?

JP Lewis PR move, harmless effect either way, was my guess.
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HandelontheLaw.com2 months ago

I never believed that old business adage, “The customer is always right,” especially when directly dealing with customers. I’m apparently in good company, as Tesla Motors just lowered the boom on a complaining customer.

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HandelontheLaw.com2 months ago

How can we filter out the bulk of sham information on the internet? Nothing is foolproof but there are some ways to at least reduce the misleading material.

Charles R. Thomas Between the fake news and your racist and hate filled banter ... proof humanity will fail eventually.
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HandelontheLaw.com5 months ago

In a competition reminiscent of the US vs. USSR “space race” of the 1950s and 1960s, “Blue Origin” and “Space X” are vying for future commercial space travel.

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HandelontheLaw.com5 months ago

The lack of money can gut the right to counsel. That is one reason the indigent are provided with lawyers in criminal cases. However, Utah is one instance in which money matters have trumped justice.