District Court judge who temporarily sucked the air out of Deflategate, setting Tom Brady free to play the 2015 season while taking a sledgehammer to Roger Goodell’s union bargained system of justice. District Judge Amos Mazzant might never again have to pay for lunch in Dallas (Berman famously won a lifetime supply of free Dunkin’ Donuts coffee in Maine) if Elliott plays the full season and helps the Cowboys win the Super Bowl for the first time in 22 years. Mazzant blasted the league by granting Elliott and the NFL Players Association a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction, halting the implementation of the running back’s six game suspension for allegedly assaulting a former girlfriend, ruling that the NFL was playing this game on a field tilted dramatically in its favor.”Fundamental unfairness,” the judge wrote, “is present throughout the entire arbitration process.
Bakan talks as if there were no laws against pollution, or as if corporations merely calculate whether the cost of a fine for pollution is greater than the benefit to the bottom line. In fact, we live at a time when, quite apart from fines, the reputational damage attached to the slightest spill or accident is out of all proportion.Having said all that, I am grateful to UBC and Mr. Bakan for giving me an opportunity to plug my own recent book, Why We Bite the Invisible Hand.When I was writing the book, seeing The Corporation led me to pursue the muddled ideas of its single corporate the late Ray Anderson, founder of a carpet company named Interface.
A. I think Shakespeare is increasingly central to education but not in the way he was, say, 50 years ago. In the late ’60s when I was in junior high and high school in Brooklyn, we sat in rows and were force fed Shakespeare. Just because a child is dry during the day doesn mean she automatically be dry overnight. During the day she has you to remind her to go to the potty, and eventually she learn to recognise the signs that she needs to pee. But most young children take a while to go through the night without wetting at some point because their bladders are too small to hold on and they may be sleeping so soundly they don feel the urge.
State regulators blamed faulty gas wells drilled by Cabot Oil Gas Corp. For leaking combustible methane into Dimock groundwater.Cabot, one of the largest natural gas producers in the state, has consistently denied responsibility, saying methane was an issue in the groundwater long before it began drilling.sets of data collected over the past several years in Dimock, by both EPA and DEP, have confirmed there is no threat to human health and the environment, said company spokesman George Stark, referring to federal and state environmental agencies.The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry said Thursday it is testing the water for bacteria, gases and chemicals. The agency is also testing indoor air for radon.