Jeffrey Swartz, WMU-Cooley Law School Professor, JB Herrera, founder of Perceptive Insights, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level – Tuesday, July 28, 2020 from 10am-12Noon EST

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SAN DIEGO, CA, TAMPA FL, and YONKERS, NY — July 28, 2020 — WMU-Cooley Law School Professor Jeffrey Swartz will speak to the issues over which he, and fellow WMU-Cooley Law School Professor Brendan Beery last week engaged in a YouTube discussion, “Portland: What Does it Mean for the Rule of Law?” following allegations that unidentified federal agents injured, threatened, and detained protestors during a Black Lives Matter protest in Portland, Oregon.

Professor Swartz discusses previous contradicting positions decisions by the Eleventh Federal Circuit Court and the Seventh Circuit. Swartz informs us that the Eleventh Circuit has ruled that if someone looks like a police officer and acts like a police officer, then the public is on notice that they are police officers. Swartz also noted that the Seventh Circuit has ruled that there are very few occasions when police officers should not be identified.

The professor reported that when a suspect was detained and questioned by the federal officers, the suspect asked for an attorney, and only after doing so was quickly released.  This discussion took a deeper look at the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution and if seizure violations were committed by the unidentified “officers.” The legal experts also looked into the Fifth Amendment right to counsel under the “Miranda Decision.” Further still, Prof. Swartz questions wether a violation of the Tenth Amendment occurred regarding states’ policing powers rights. From 10-10:30am.

Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large engages in the most recent city, county, state, national, and international news with commensurate analysis. From 10:30-11am and again from 11:30am-12Noon. 

JB Herrera, founder of Perceptive Insights shares the concepts his firm provides to the many questions over which businesses grapple, for example, how to keep employees and customers safe so they can remain open and begin generating revenue again. News of Perceptive Insights release was recently featured on Yahoo Finance.

Mr. Herrera shares the solutions and protocols to help businesses (large and small) create and maintain clean, safe environments for their employees and customers. We begin with the challenges businesses face as COVID-19 surges:

  • Industries that have significant challenges such as travel, hospitality, and real estate,
  • How the collaborative approach has addressed supply chain breakdowns
  • Resources available for accurate information and actionable measures business can take
  • Protocols companies can implement to better ensure a cleaner environment
  • How travel can become safer for the individual as well as for travel companies
eHeziJeffrey Swartz, WMU-Cooley Law School Professor, JB Herrera, founder of Perceptive Insights, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level – Tuesday, July 28, 2020 from 10am-12Noon EST

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