Back in November, I wrote about how a plaintiff in a lawsuit involving the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) decided to appeal its case to the Supreme Court. I explained that the CFAA is interpreted differently by the different federal circuit courts; depending on what state you are in, you might get a different result in a CFAA case. Some circuits, like the First Circuit that covers most of New England,… More
Monthly Archives: January 2013
The Human Factor in Noncompete Disputes: Howie Carr is Still Upset Over 5 Years After His Lawsuit with WRKO
I am a fan of talk radio, so I was sad when I heard that Boston’s WTKK-FM 96.9 had decided to switch from a talk-radio format to a station featuring “rhythm and dance music from today, along with throwbacks from the ’80s and ’90s.” Now I listen to WRKO-AM 680, the only talk station left in Boston.
One of the big names on WRKO is conservative Howie Carr,… More