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The Matrix was an immediate box office hit upon its release in March 1999, quickly grabbing the public's imagination and its movie-going dollars. Together with its two sequels, it has grossed in excess of $2.5 billion, making it one of the most lucrative film franchises in cinematic history.
Stewart's case was dismissed in June 2005 when she failed to show up for a preliminary hearing of her case. In a 53-page ruling, Judge Margaret Morrow of the Central District Court of California dismissed the suit, saying Stewart and her attorneys had not entered any evidence to bolster its key claims or demonstrated any striking similarity between her work and the accused directors' films. As of this writing, Stewart's case is no longer before the courts. She has announced that she does not plan to let the matter drop, so possibly this case could someday be re-filed and heard, but for now it is over.
After a 15 year battle in Matrix and Terminator Lawsuit, Sophia Stewart finally gets her day in court again on June 25, 2014 in the Tenth Circuit United States District Court of Utah.
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Brian Turner, CEO of American Lawsuit Protection Services, Inc., discusses excerpts from his book “How To Survive a Lawsuit”. Brian saya there are nearly 20 million lawsuits filed every year and his mission is to help reduce that number by helping people to be prepared.
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In July of 2011 Jason Luckasevic instituted the first ever concussion lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of 75 retired NFL players in California after countless hours of investigating the actions of NFL and Riddell. He currently represents roughly 500 of the 4,500 players suing the NFL for concealing the link between football and brain damage.
Jason received his Bachelor of Arts from Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, PA. He graduated from Duquesne University School of Law in June 2000. He currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is a Senior Shareholder at the law firm Goldberg, Persky & White. He was named by the National Trial Lawyers Association as Top 40 under 40 and was named Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, Rising Star in 2011,2012, 2013 & 2014.
After violent attacks, terrorists and their families were instructed to bring proof of their identity to branches of Arab Bank, where they received cash rewards. The lawsuit alleges that Arab Bank served as the effective paymaster for the claims, knowing that the funds were going to terrorists.
According to the lawsuit, Terrorist bomber's family presented documentation to Arab Bank and received the equivalent of $5,316. That was a relatively large sum: five times the average annual income per person in the West Bank and Gaza.
Arab Bank largely has withheld comment outside of court but has taken the position it was not wittingly part of the terrorist financing. It has acknowledged transferring close to $100 million to Palestinians for “humanitarian aid” but says it “abhors terrorism” and had no intention of subsidizing suicide bombers. And if you believe that I got some ocean front property to sell you in Arizona.
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The Rude Pundit continues his vacation so its Steve flying solo this week tackling the Republican Lawsuit against Obama, the Israel war against Hamas, and more including a failed House GOP Border bill and a Sarah Palin TV Channel?
When is a lawsuit a fundraising strategy? Just look at the drama around the threats to sue the POTUS. Threats follow accusations, polarizing lines have been drawn, and the contributions are rolling in on both sides of the question.
This is a sister strategy to "the never ending upset", an issue that has no hope of being resolved because it is in the financial interest of everyone to keep the fire burning and the campaign contributions coming.
And the data mining that happens in the process is a fundamental piece of this strategy. Every time a petition is signed, opinions are given, posts are shared, phone calls are answered, texts are sent, and tweets retweeted, personal data flows from the electorate to the fundraisers of those who would be elected.
Some say this need to create emotional giving is a big reason why Congress and Legislatures across America can’t/won’t get their job done. Have you seen this strategy in action? Let's talk about this!
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When we discussed last week, Boehner’s lawsuit against Obama, I admittedly, did not have grasp of the issue, as I should have. Towards the end of the show, and since then, I understand. More importantly, I realize not only its relevance, but its value in reminding the president that no one is above Law. Of course, the liberal press applies its own spin.
“Comprehensive Immigration Reform”? HAH! Governor Perry teaches Obama a thing or two about REAL reform.
NEVER the intention of this Administration – ALWAYS amnesty, as we see how the scenario of the “innocent” children is being played out.
The Democrats’ attempt to circumvent SCOTUS’ Hobby Lobby ruling, CRUSHED! Just when I thought they really BELIEVED, “The Court has Spoken”.
Invasion / aggression into Gaza – Why?
The tragedy of the Malaysian flight – No. 2!
Workshop Wednesdays with Tony Gambone and his guest Brian Turner & Dan Evertsz
Brian Turner is a former businessman who for more than 20 years was the CEO and president of several companies that provided services for the life insurance industry. He’s been involved in numerous lawsuits both as a plaintiff and as a defendant. He explains how a $20,000 nonbinding arbitration award against him and his company unexpectedly and shockingly exploded into a $2 million judgment! He studied and researched the law extensively for the past 20 years. His conclusion is that everybody living in the United States today is highly vulnerable to a lawsuit that could easily wipe them out because of unpredictable jury verdicts and corruption in our legal system. His recommendation is that everyone must take proactive steps to protect themselves against lawsuits and to protect all of their assets. All of this information is clearly explained in a simple step-by-step approach in this guidebook. Brian Turner is an alumnus of the University of Illinois and he now lives in California.
Dan Evertsz is the founder of College Money Pros (www.collegemoneypros.com) and former CEO of Bay Area College Planning located in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the author of his new e-book, "Get More Money for College”. Dan has spoken at many schools and organizations across the country. Dan is considered one of the premier experts in the admissions, financial aid and college funding arena. Dan with the assistance of his wife Deborah, has helped educate many families via live and online workshops that give parents a true understanding of the college funding process. You may view many of his videos at t (www.youtube.com/results?search_query=college+money+pros). Dan & Deborah have two children, Ashlee and Khari and live in American Canyon California. Dan serves as a volunteer for many youth organizations and is active in his local church.
CommDigiNews Hour host, Dr. James Picht, professor of economics and Russian, and senior political editor for Communities Digital News will be talking to attorney and political columnist James Edwards about the June 2014 Supreme Court Decisions. They will be joined by columnist, pundit and Blog Talk Radio host Richard Cameron to talk about the Supreme Court's limitations on the president's use of executive orders. Other headlines for the panel will include Speaker John Boehner's lawsuit and the fight in Murrieta, CA about the surge of illegal immigrants being bused througout America.
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This week our top story is the silly lawsuit that House Speaker John Boehner says he will file against the President for supposed abuse of Executive Power. We will also have updates on Russia and Ukraine and the important Supreme Court decision that affects whether womens clinics can keep abortion protesters at bay.
At the end we will have our trademark weekly hall of fame and shame for those politicians and prominent individuals who made great sense or shameful nonsense, respectively.
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Do you think you have grounds to seek legal action against someone in business? Before you rush off to the courthouse, think about the fact that your complaint may not be as important as you think. Join Kevin Hunter and Jeff O'Brien on The Business Forum Show as they discuss the things you need to know before filing a lawsuit.
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Attorney Jason Thompson talks about the lawsuit filed by the city of Riverside to prevent the initiative that would rescind their ban on medical marijuana collective and allow the licensing and regulation of a limited number of collectives. He refers to the lawsuit filed by the city as "the nuclear option."
Letitia Pepper was arrested at a Riverside City Council for clapping for people making presentations during the public comment section. She has filed a "clap" lawsuit against the city in federal court alleging false arrest and a host of other malfesances.
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