Blog Entry

Tired of injuctions, Selig, etc

Posted on: May 2, 2011 11:50 am
 

In general , I wonder if lawyers and judges truly understand what expedite means.  The NFL labor dispute is a huge case , but one can see these delays daily at every level of our legal system.

 

If the NFL doesn't have a season , expect riots. Many folks are unemployed and frustrated and the NFL is a huge part of their lives , for better or worse. Oh yeah, and I hope I'm wrong about riots.

 

Plus the NBA maybe locking out next season.

Bud Selig is F"n nuts. He's losing the PR battle with McCourt and the Dodgers. He's brought in Schieffer,

 " But Schieffer, the man MLB commissioner Bud Selig has tapped to run the debt-laden Los Angeles Dodgers, made business tough for Tom Hicks, who bought the team in 1998. Turns out all of the rentals to all of the ballpark’s suites, sponsorships, club seats and office space that brought in tens of millions of dollars to the Bush group had five year terms. In other words, the deals expired after the 1998 season."

http://blogs.forbes.com/mikeozanian
/2011/04/28/how-tom-schieffer-made-
life-difficult-for-tom-hicks/

Category: NFL
Tags: Dodgers, NBA
 
Comments

Since: Nov 18, 2007
Posted on: August 23, 2012 7:57 am
 

Tired of injuctions, Selig, etc

 A year later & McCourt came out of mess ok.

Hey Bud , PEDs are thriving.

Hope the NHL  learns from the NFL labor dispute.



Since: Nov 18, 2007
Posted on: July 9, 2011 7:04 am
 

Tired of injuctions, Selig, etc


Because I disliked Selig, I gave McCourt, the Dodgers owner the benefit of the doubt, but  I'm second guessing my original opinion.

 

Dodgers great Steve Garvey openly called for owner Frank McCourt to give up the team, hours after he was fired from his role with the franchise, apparently because of his efforts to buy the club.



Since: Nov 18, 2007
Posted on: June 30, 2011 8:16 am
 

Tired of injuctions, Selig, etc

McCourt blew it will lose the team. I still don't like Selig's tactics and this should've been dealt with better by all parties.


The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of CBS Sports or CBSSports.com