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Judge orders Nats, MASN to maintain status quo in licensing dispute

A New York judge has granted the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network a preliminary injunction barring the Washington Nationals from pulling its games from MASN or otherwise trying to enforce a $10 million arbitration award while the network challenges the award in court.

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Judge throws out too-low award to paralyzed ship worker

M. Hamilton Whitman

The Rev. Mary H.T. Davisson, chaplain for The Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center, was busy when she got the call to go to the hospital to visit an injured Filipino mariner. She asked if it could wait a day. The caller said no.

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Arbitration scheduled in Port of Baltimore strike

An arbitration meeting is scheduled between striking longshoremen at the Port of Baltimore and management. The longshoremen, the largest of four unions at the port representing more than 1,000 workers, went on strike after contract negotiations stalled Tuesday. Three other ...

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Arbitration ruling divides litigation bar, spurs calls to Congress

The chasm between corporate-defense attorneys who extol the virtues of mandatory arbitration agreements and members of the plaintiffs’ bar who say the pacts strip consumers of their right to redress was widened by the U.S. Supreme Court last month.

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