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Lex Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-15-04 09:03 AM
Response to Reply #11
18. Maybe they will take up the CA contract dispute in CA court?
This TRO wasn't filed in CA because it's not about the CA contract.

Separate contract, separate dispute, separate court venue?



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  -The Air America injunction request. There really IS a problem?? Frodo  Apr-15-04 08:39 AM   #0 
  - they stopped payment  sniffa   Apr-15-04 08:43 AM   #1 
  - that's not what i understood...  skooooo   Apr-15-04 08:44 AM   #4 
     - they stopped payment  sniffa   Apr-15-04 09:11 AM   # 
  - No  kiahzero   Apr-15-04 08:43 AM   #2 
  - Really? What page do you read that on??  Frodo   Apr-15-04 08:46 AM   #8 
     - The mention is on page 2  kiahzero   Apr-15-04 09:00 AM   #16 
        - Not really...  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:05 AM   #21 
           - They don't talk about the details  kiahzero   Apr-15-04 09:16 AM   #32 
              - No... "unless they are committing purjury" ..  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:23 AM   #34 
                 - They are withholding payment pending arbitration  kiahzero   Apr-15-04 09:42 AM   #40 
                    - Sure... put it in an escrow account or something.  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:45 AM   #42 
                       - They are in arbitration  kiahzero   Apr-15-04 09:49 AM   #45 
                          - No. If they are in "arbitration" then they would deserve relief on  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:52 AM   #48 
  - the guy who owns the two stations  rchsod   Apr-15-04 08:44 AM   #3 
  - Really???  Frodo   Apr-15-04 08:54 AM   #12 
     - some posts on the subject yesterday  FreeSpeechCrusader   Apr-15-04 08:59 AM   #15 
     - No, we know he donated to W, Lazio and others  robbedvoter   Apr-15-04 09:03 AM   #17 
        - It's not a "try"  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:12 AM   #30 
           - You're right...  jtb33   Apr-15-04 10:37 AM   #59 
  - From what I hear  SaveElmer   Apr-15-04 08:44 AM   #5 
  - I believe the point is that there is no dispute about  Lindsay   Apr-15-04 08:44 AM   #6 
  - There could be a dispute, it may not be seperate.  Frodo   Apr-15-04 08:52 AM   #11 
     - Maybe they will take up the CA contract dispute in CA court?  Lex   Apr-15-04 09:03 AM   #18 
     - Agreed... "but"  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:14 AM   #31 
        - Many contracts have "choice of law" provisions  AngryAmish   Apr-15-04 09:48 AM   #43 
     - right of offset is not a given :-)  papau   Apr-15-04 09:09 AM   #24 
     - Oh, I absolutely agree.  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:21 AM   #33 
     - That might be part of Mr, Lius's argument, however...  Redbear   Apr-15-04 09:31 AM   #37 
        - Right... The point of the post is... why isn't there even a REQUEST  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:39 AM   #39 
  - The injunction....  dennis4868   Apr-15-04 08:45 AM   #7 
  - On Majority Report last night  DoctorMyEyes   Apr-15-04 08:48 AM   #9 
  - That makes sense.  Frodo   Apr-15-04 08:49 AM   #10 
  - Because it's irrelevant.  Redbear   Apr-15-04 08:54 AM   #13 
     - See number eleven above.  Frodo   Apr-15-04 08:56 AM   #14 
        - I think the CA contract dispute will be handled in CA  Lex   Apr-15-04 09:05 AM   #20 
        - The parent company is in New York  ronnykmarshall   Apr-15-04 09:11 AM   #29 
        - I think the lesson for Air America to learn is ...  oc2002   Apr-15-04 09:08 AM   #22 
  - Devil's advocate  AngryAmish   Apr-15-04 09:52 AM   #47 
     - Then he should've put that in the contract.  Lex   Apr-15-04 09:55 AM   #49 
        - I did not read the petition for injuction  AngryAmish   Apr-15-04 10:00 AM   #52 
  - There are TWO SEPERATE CONTRACTS....  truebrit71   Apr-15-04 09:04 AM   #19 
  - Lawyers are PAID for that stuff. Are you SURE this makes a difference??  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:09 AM   #26 
  - Story in Baltimore Sun  papaooni   Apr-15-04 09:09 AM   #23 
  - I am not a lawyer...  Senjutsu   Apr-15-04 09:09 AM   #25 
  - In a nutshell that's it...  truebrit71   Apr-15-04 09:11 AM   #28 
  - This is a very simple case...  rooboy   Apr-15-04 09:11 AM   #27 
  - That's what I was trying to say.  Lex   Apr-15-04 09:26 AM   #35 
  - The problem with that is basically the point of this thread...  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:26 AM   #36 
     - WRONG!!!  Lex   Apr-15-04 09:36 AM   #38 
     - You don't happen to feel strongly about this so you?  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:42 AM   #41 
        - Chicago is the slam dunk case legally, as I said.  Lex   Apr-15-04 09:49 AM   #46 
           - "Wrong" with it? No. There's nothing "wrong"  Frodo   Apr-15-04 09:58 AM   #51 
              - AAR is in court today requesting a hearing FOR TODAY  Lex   Apr-15-04 10:03 AM   #54 
                 - In California?  Frodo   Apr-15-04 10:05 AM   #55 
                    - In NY cuz I assume they did the contracts in NY cuz they both have offices  xultar   Apr-15-04 10:12 AM   #56 
                       - OK. Let's go back to post #1...  Frodo   Apr-15-04 10:22 AM   #57 
                          - OK, your second line really has nothing to do with what I'm trying to say  xultar   Apr-15-04 10:24 AM   #58 
     - matter of legal remedies: arbitration for main problem, injunction only  robbedvoter   Apr-15-04 09:48 AM   #44 
        - Assuming the CA contract is similar...  Frodo   Apr-15-04 10:02 AM   # 
        - Sorry... double post  Frodo   Apr-15-04 10:02 AM   #53 
  - "The Sludge Report" (AAR Website)  pinto   Apr-15-04 09:57 AM   #50 
  - Reading this thread brings Shakespeare to mind...  leanings   Apr-15-04 10:41 AM   #60 
     - The context is that when they wanted to establish a dictatorship  Lex   Apr-15-04 10:46 AM   #61 
 

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