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According to Tom Bowden, yet again, some of America’s most admired and innovative companies — in this case Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe, Intuit, Pixar, and LucasFilm — have fallen victim to an antitrust shakedown. Rather than face a jury at the risk of $9 billion in penalties, the defendants reportedly offered a total of $344 million in settlement. This is par for the course when it comes to government enforced notions of fairness. It never stops, whether it's Microsoft a decade ago, or Apple today.
On August 9th, 2014, 18-year-old, Michael Brown was shot to death by Ferguson police officer, Darren Wilson. To date, Darren Wilson has not been arrested and charged. To date, the citizens of Ferguson have no protection. Many are wondering how to move forward. This is ONE option. According to Missouri statutes §77.650 and 78.260, Ferguson residents have grounds to force a recall election of city officials, whom in turn can affect the police force.
NAME.SPACE endeavored to bring its TLDs to market by means of an antitrust case against Network Solutions 1997-2000, and after the formation of ICANN in 1998 through application in 2000 where it was considered in the top 10 "strong candidates" (of 44 applicants) but delegation was deferred in favor of industry incumbents. Garrin's project exists today as a social enterprise corporation and continues to seek recognition of its domains.
An antitrust trial against 4 big tech firms is delayed; China will have to wait for the newest Apple smartphones; companies work to lure iPhone 6 buyers and Google asks some users to change their passwords. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
Join us this week as we take you on our weekly ride throughout the world of sports!
As usual, we'll talk with Fred Perdue of Heavy in the Games as he continues his college football preview. This week, his previews and predictions will be for the Big 12 and the Big Ten.
We'll also give our take on the death of Kevin Ward Jr who was killed when he was hit and dragged during a dirt track race by a car driven by NASCAR star Tony Stewart.
The judge has ruled against the NCAA in the Ed O'Bannon-led antitrust lawsuit and we will discuss our thoughts on that as well.
Lastly, the NFL season inches closer and we'll give you our observations after week 1 of the NFL Preseason!
We'll discuss all of this and a whoile lot more!
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In the news: Another fork truck fatality; Company gets antitrust approval to make acquisition; One killed, 10 hurt in boiler explosion; Georgia-Pacific to invest $375 million in mill; No injuries in explosion at Oregon facility; Biomass power plant to be constructed; Canfor acquires two mill in the United States; IP makes acquisition; Update in workplace accident; Company to lay off more than 100 workers; Fire at closed mill; Bemis Co. names new CEO; and much more!
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Rumors are flying and stock prices are soaring: you heard it here first - Zillow & Trulia are expected to merge. The merger plans were leaked on Bloomberg News last Thursday, and now things are getting more complicated with the emerging story of "Zuliagate" - which includes accusations of sweetheart deals & antitrust violations with some of the nation's largest real estate organizations.
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Tune in as we discuss the latest happenings in the sports world:
1. The Spurs win their 5th NBA Title:
does this cement Tim Duncan as the greatest PF in the game?
what happened to the Heat & where do they go from here
2. The US Patent office cancels the redskins patent:
what does this really mean
could this be the thing that finally gets Daniel Snyder to change the team name
3. Mark Emmert testifys in the NCAA antitrust lawsuit
4. NBA Draft
who is the best prospect
if you are the cleveland cavaliers who would you pick and does the injury to Joel Embid change your selection.
marcus smart refuses to work out for the Jazz is this a bad thing
draft promises: rumor has it Mitch McGary may have one
5. the Buzz is Back charlotte hornets reveal their new uniforms:
Marc Edelman is an Associate Professor of Law at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York. He specializes in sports law, antitrust, intellectual property, and gaming law.
Professor Edelman is cited by the media on a wide range of sports law topics, including how the Sherman Act applies to professional sports leagues, how gaming laws apply to fantasy sports contests, and the legal issues pertaining to NCAA amateurism. His publications on sports law have been cited by three Supreme Court briefs, numerous textbooks, and more than 100 law review articles.
A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and a cum laude graduate of Michigan Law School, Professor Edelman began his professional career by practicing antitrust and sports law with the law firms Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP and Dewey Ballantine LLP. He has also taught on the full-time faculty at the Barry University School of Law and at Rutgers School of Law-Camden.
During the summers, Professor Edelman teaches a course on Professional Sports and the Law at Fordham University School of Law. He also writes a column on sports law for Forbes SportsMoney, and provides legal consulting to clients in the areas of intellectual property, sports law and gaming law.
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This week on the program...
Donald Sterling seems to change his mind each day. The latest rumor is that he is refusing to pay the NBA $2.5 mil fine and has hired a top notch antitrust lawer. Does he stand a hope on pulling off an anti trust lawsuit?
In the NFL it looks like OJ is about to lose his long term record og most people murdered to Aaron Hernandez
Charity Johnson aged 34 pretends to be a 15 year old girl and enrolls in school!
Senator Rand Paul threatens to derail the nomination of a judge. More Green Eggs And Ham?
Karl Rove opens Mouth and insters Foot.
All this and much more/
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