Friday, December 14, 2012

Bob Marley Lawsuit Settled!

 
A dispute among family members over intellectual property rights to the great Bob Marley catalogue has finally settled.

A notice of stipulation of settlement was filed before Judge Cooke, and the terms are confidential.

The settlement follows a mediation with Rodney Max.

You can read the complaint here.

The best part is that Bob Marley approves!
“This was a sensitive case which involved historic facts and many moving parts. The legacy of a great man and a great family were at stake. Fortunately, we were able to come up with a settlement which was amenable to the family members involved,” said Santucci. “From what I learned about Bob Marley and his intentions, he would be happy with our recent achievements, especially the peace brought to the family,” said Santucci.
And so does Rihanna!



 

12 comments:

CAPTAIN said...


THE CAPTAIN REPORTS:

YOUR TWO NEW CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE ARE .....

Here is the latest in Miami-Dade Circuit Court for the two open seats of Judge Victoria Platzer and Judge Ellen Leesfield:

Governor Scott has named as our two newest Circuit Court Judges:

FLEUR LOBREE
ALAN S. FINE


This is amazing news for Judge Lobree. What a roller-coaster ride she has had.

Judge Lobree began her career as an AAG in 1992-1997; she then Clerked for Judge Sorondo at the 3rd DCA from 1997-2001. She joined the State Attorney's Office in 2002 and worked there until 2011.

In April of 2011, Governor Scott, in his first judicial appointment in our County, chose Lobree for an open County Court seat.

This year, as a result of the appointment, she had to run in the general election in August. In that election, she faced Michele Alvarez Barakat. Barakat trounced Lobree. This meant that Lobree's last day on the bench was to be on Friday, December 28, 2012.

Well, we should all give a big thank you to Ms. Barakat. As a result of Barakat’s win, Judge Lobree now has a new job come January 2, 2013. She will now be a Circuit Court Judge.

Alan S. Fine has been an attorney for 28 years having graduated from the University of Florida College of Law in 1983. He runs his own practice in Coral Gables and specializes in civil forfeiture, commercial litigation and complex fraud cases. Oh yeah, he also went to Princeton and earned his undergraduate degree. I know this guy - and folks - he is smart, and he will do a great job.

Congrats to both.

Keeps those tips coming to:

captain4justice@gmail.com

Captain Out ....

CAPTAIN said...


THE CAPTAIN REPORTS:

GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT & JUDGES ....

For those of you out there keeping count, this completes 24 months on the job for our new Governor.

In those 24 months, Governor Scott has made 24 judicial appointments in Miami-Dade County to the County, Circuit & 3rd DCA.

Of those 24 appointments, 13 were male and 11 were female. Of those 24 appointments, 16 have been Anglo, 6 have been Hispanic, and two have been black.

Of note, both of Governor Scott's appointments that were black, Judge Rodney Smith and Judge Eric Hendon, took place after THE CAPTAIN authored the May 15, 2012 piece called: JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS - WHERE HAVE ALL THE VIRGIL HAWKINS' GONE????? In fact, Governor Scott's very first appointment after that piece ran on Rumpole's Blog was Judge Smith.

FUNDRAISING .....

I would strongly suggest that Judge Lobree open her campaign account for the 2014 election in January of 2013 and begin lining up her endorsements immediately if she wants to avoid another long hot summer of campaigning in '14.

CAP OUT
captain4justice@gmail.com

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