Carr's latest legal moves

Bob Nelson
Sat Oct 20 11:59:04 EDT 2007

There's more on this from the Globe

They're disputing part of the "right of first refusal". An employment law attorney said that
they may have a point but that there's a lack of legal precedent to work from.
The article reveals for the first time that it was on June 1, the day Barnicle turned
down the am drive shift, that they called Howie's agent Cary Pahigian about the slot. It also
says Entercom's attorney urged Carr's attorney to keep the matter out of court--and
it says that should Howie lose, he may be liable for paying Entercom's legal fees.

And the judge in the case is quoted as saying that Carr writes "hypercritical screeds in the Boston Herald, 
attacking essentially any public figure of his choice."

Sounds pretty impartial, eh? Boy, Judge van Gestel must be a big fan of Howie, eh...

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