Carr's latest legal moves

Dan Billings
Tue Oct 23 20:19:23 EDT 2007

Original Message ----- 
From: "Donald A." <>
To: "Dan Billings" <>; "Chuck Igo" 
<>; "A. Joseph Ross" <>; "Bob 
Nelson" <>
Cc: "bostonRadio Mailing List" 
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2007 9:44 PM
Subject: Re: Carr's latest legal moves

>Is that considered 'special treatment'...or simply
> a matter of privacy?  That everyone should be entitled
> to.  If I took action against my employer...does that
> mean all of my employment should become a matter of
> public record?  (Is it anyone else's business?)

Generally, the evidence presented in a civil case is part of the public 
record.  There are exceptions, but court proceedings are, for the most part, 
public proceedings.  If you sue your employer over your compensation, what 
you make and the terms of your employment will be a matter of public record 

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