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"ted frank" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"ted frank" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Flag. All right. Anja will start things off the top 25 college basketball scoreboard right now. Second half. It's Ted Frank, West Virginia leading Kansas State. 37 26 number. 11. Florida State leads North Carolina 41 33. Less particular check, rather in front of weight for a 68 33/22 San Diego State leads Boise State in the second half 29 to 24 a game. You were just talking about Oklahoma State of Set number seven Oklahoma in overtime Just now, 94 90 the final. They're also today. Number three, Michigan knocked off Indiana 73 57. 18th ranked Texas Tech beat number 14 Texas 68 59. It was fifth ranked Illinois over number 23, Wisconsin 74 69 20 Frank, Arkansas Down L S u 83 75 Auburn Upset Tennessee 77 72 tonight. Second ranked Baylor will visit number 17, Kansas in the MBA. Tonight. The Nets hose the Mavs in Brooklyn, but they will be without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant Irving out tonight with a shoulder discomfort. Nets head coach Steve Nash says Durant won't be back until after the All Star break as he continues treatment on the hamstring injury. First forward, the Marge Rosen will be back in the lineup tonight against the pelicans. He missed two games for personal reasons. Raptors forward Pascal Siachen will reportedly miss the next three games and be out through the All Star break under covert health and safety protocols. No word of fussy welcome. Has tested positive or if it it's a contact tracing issue. Now to the NHL and a handful of matinees in the books. Materials that Colin scored twice. Is the Predators ice. The blue Jackets to one Sean Qatari, a had a golden in assists and the Flyers shut down the sabers. Three zip in Ottawa. Michael back, then had a goal in to assist help the flames double up the Senator 63 and in Newark, the Capitals built in early first period, three. Nothing lead and went on to be the devil's 5 to 2. Spring training games begin tomorrow. Albert Pools, told reporters this morning. He will not be making a decision on his potential retirement until after 2021, who holds wife fueled speculation with an Instagram post earlier this week and White Sox first baseman and raining A L M v. P. Jose A Brave was back in camp today after testing positive for covert during Thean take process. Additional tests, though, showed to bring you had antibodies. Which indicate he has already had the.

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"ted frank" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"ted frank" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Start things off the top 25 college basketball scoreboard right now. Second half. It's Ted Frank, West Virginia leading Kansas State. 37 26 number. 11. Florida State leads North Carolina 41 33. Yes. Virginia Tech rather in front of weight for a 68 33/22 San Diego State leads Boise State in the second half 29 to 24 a game. You were just talking about Oklahoma State of Set number seven Oklahoma in overtime Just now. 94 90 the final. They're also today. Number three, Michigan knocked off Indiana 73 57. 18th ranked Texas Tech beat number 14 Texas 68 59 was fifth ranked Illinois over number 23, Wisconsin 74 69 20 Frank, Arkansas Down L S u 83 75 Auburn Upset Tennessee 77 72 tonight. Second ranked Baylor will visit number 17, Kansas and the MBA tonight. The Nets hose the Mavs in Brooklyn, but they will be without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant Irving out tonight with a shoulder discomfort. Nets head coach Steve Nash says Durant won't be back until after the All Star break as he continues treatment on the hamstring injury. Spurs forward the Marge Rosen will be back in the lineup tonight against the pelicans. He missed two games for personal reasons. Raptors forward Pascal Siachen will reportedly miss the next three games and be out through the All Star break under covert health and safety protocols. No word of fussy Arkham has tested positive or if it it's a contact tracing issue. Now to the NHL and a handful of matinees in the books. But CIA's Eckholm scored twice is the Predators ice. The blue Jackets to one Sean Qatari, a had a golden in assists and the Flyers shut down the sabers. Three zip in Ottawa. Michael back, then had a goal in to assist help the flames double up the senator's 63 and in Newark, the Capitals built in early first period, three. Nothing lead and went on to be the devil's 5 to 2. Spring training games begin tomorrow. Albert Pools, told reporters this morning. He will not be making a decision on his potential retirement until after 2021, who holds wife fueled speculation with an Instagram post earlier this week and White Sox first baseman and raining A L M V. P. Jose A Brave was back in camp today after testing positive for covert during the intake process. Additional tests, though, showed to bring you had antibodies. Which indicate he has already had the virus.

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"ted frank" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"ted frank" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Top 25 college basketball scoreboard right now. Second half. It's Ted Frank, West Virginia leading Kansas State. 37 26 number. 11. Florida State leads North Carolina 41 33. Yes. Virginia Tech rather in front of weight for a 68 33/22 San Diego State leads Boise State in the second half 29 to 24 a game. You were just talking about Oklahoma State of Set number seven Oklahoma in overtime Just now. 94 90 the final. They're also today. Number three, Michigan knocked off Indiana 73 57. 18th ranked Texas Tech beat number 14 Texas 68 59. It was fifth ranked Illinois over number 23, Wisconsin 74 69 20 Frank, Arkansas Down L S u 83 75 Auburn Upset Tennessee 77 72 tonight. Second ranked Baylor will visit number 17, Kansas and the MBA tonight. The Nets hose the Mavs in Brooklyn, but they will be without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant Irving out tonight with a shoulder discomfort. Nets head coach Steve Nash says Durant won't be back until after the All Star break as he continues treatment on the hamstring injury. Spurs forward the Marge Rosen will be back in the lineup tonight against the pelicans. He missed two games for personal reasons. Raptors forward Pascal Siachen will reportedly miss the next three games and be out through the All Star break under covert health and safety protocols. No word of fussy Arkham has tested positive or if it it's a contact tracing issue. Now to the NHL and a handful of matinees in the books, etc. Etc. Colon scored twice is the Predators ice? The blue Jackets to one Sean Qatari, a had a golden in assists and the Flyers shut down the sabers. Three zip in Ottawa. Michael back, then had a goal in to assist help the flames double up the senator's 63 and in Newark, the Capitals built in early first period, three. Nothing lead and went on to be the devil's 5 to 2. Spring training games begin tomorrow. Albert Pools, told reporters this morning. He will not be making a decision on his potential retirement until after 2021, who holds wife fueled speculation with an Instagram post earlier this week and White Sox first baseman and raining A L M v. P. Jose A Brave was back in camp today after testing positive for covert during The intake process. Additional tests, though, showed to bring you had antibodies, which indicate he has already had the virus America her squid's coming up Monday on the Zach Gelb Show, We spend the QB, carousel Wheel and land in two places. Tom Brady's current team and his old team 6 P.m., Eastern.

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"ted frank" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"ted frank" Discussed on KGO 810

"The sorties of KGO radio our flagship station after the twenty third right bears hole of all this twenty eight to twenty so cal goes the foreign on the season and one of the good things about the early start today is the bears will get back at a decent hour and that's important because short week Arizona state in Friday night at Memorial Stadium let's take a quick run through the scoreboard now a top ranked team that club settle the inaction later on hosting Charlotte number two Alabama no problem today with a forty nine to seven route of southern Mississippi elsewhere had big ten a showdown the wasn't much of a showdown number thirteen Wisconsin hosting number eleven Michigan and the badgers jumped out to a thirty five to nothing lead one of one of my final of thirty five to four today number four L. as you is at Vanderbilt they have about six minutes to play and it's all by you bangles and not one sixty six the thirty one Ellis you will go to for an old number nine Florida swamped Tennessee by a score of thirty four to three this afternoon in Gainesville and that's a look at the top twenty five scoreboard for now I shouldn't will neglect number twenty five T. C. U. cal fans remember there from the cheese a ball they're hosting an undefeated SMU team coached by former cal boss Sonny dykes and the TCU is trailing the Mustang is seven nothing they've only played a minute nineteen seconds of that ball game in a course or was caught one contest last night number twenty Boise state holding up the Air Force thirty eight to nineteen on the blue turf in Boise well moving along to the pac twelve one game is just under way B. Y. U. Washington visiting the Cougars this afternoon on the Huskies score. in their opening possession they have a seven to nothing lead a course last night it was you essay winning at home at the Coliseum over Utah knocking off the Ted Frank use five final of thirty to twenty three the story in that game was the third string quarterback for the Georgians bad fake forced into the game when slogans was knocked out and thank twenty one of thirty through the air for three hundred fifty one yards and three touchdowns against a single interception and his prime receiver Michael Pittman ten catches two hundred thirty two yards and a touchdown a seventy seven yarder as the Trojans bounced back with a big win over Utah thirty to twenty three later this afternoon believe it's a four o'clock kick off on the farm stand for lows Oregon the dock surrounded sixteen for Breanna okay Colorado will be at Arizona state tonight the sun devils trying to extend their winning ways to come into their game a gel next Friday night against Colorado and UCLA will visit nineteenth ranked Washington state later this evening Arizona and Oregon state both with buys this week so a quick check of the back twelve standings right now Callard for an old and water no in the north division has the lady of the Washington state Oregon and Oregon state if you have to play a conference game Washington Stanford and one in the south USA in the driver's seat now two and one and a two well I should say three in one overall that it's Arizona state Arizona Colorado UCLA without a conference game and the favorites you taught at and one in the south and three and one overall all right let us go to the so does hill recap now as the bears won this one twenty eight to twenty over Ole miss a total yardage the reps who had a big edge in the first quarter and managed to win the statistical battle for what that's worth five hundred twenty five yards of total offense to four thirty three for down the bears rendered a hundred eighty seven yards on the first quarter total but improve the rest of the way although the fourth corner got a bit shaky as Ole miss role for a touchdown in the drop to the one yard line when the game ended passing yardage cal had the advantage three seventy three to three forty eight rushing Ole miss are the edge one seventy seven a sextape of first as twenty four for cal twenty seven four Ole miss. and average yards per play cal six point three almost six point one red zone cal was three for three Mississippi for FOR six Andre possession time and even thirty one minutes for tell the twenty nine or the rebels just one turnover in the game that was a one interception suffered by Garber's khallid give up with any today Saks gal came up with three or four for Ole miss on the day as far as individual says go chase Garber's out a career day twenty three of thirty five through the air for three hundred fifty seven yards and four touchdowns a rating of one eighty three point four numbers was I kind of the game although one sack and divine monster came on for his first play the seasoning completed a sixteen yard pass but then Garber's was able to come back and finish the game Marcel dancing was cal's leading rusher forty seven yards on twelve carries a Chris Brown at eight for a leverage he saw very limited today duty today he was injured last week and went over North Texas and cal's rushing game far below par today receiving Jordan Duncan the Mississippi native goes back home is from nearby Hattiesburg five catches sixty four yards that very big touchdowns J. Tongass had three catches for eighty eight at a store a sixty yard TD strike NYC our meal three catches for seventy two your call Crawford free for thirty nine dancy add three for sixteen the day allow construe for forty correspond to for twenty three Trayvon Clark his first career touchdown as that got the bears on the bill all the border early he had two catches for the day when one wild one for fifteen or all nine receivers catching twenty four balls for the golden bears today we're all miss not corral the quarterback twenty two of forty one for two hundred sixty six yards and then one lady came in the backup quarterback when Carell was knocked out of the game and Plumlee came up with a forty seven yard run to set up a touchdown and he finished seven for seven through the air for eighty two yards in a press of job for him to corral was leading rusher with sixteen carries for fifty six yards and Scotty Phillips fourteen garrison fifty four Plumlee three for fifty three so kind of a three headed monster on the fifty yard range for Ole miss their leading receiver was Elijah more with eleven catches for one hundred two yards defense away what do you say about Evan weaver today was is the eleventh pardon me yes as a lever the consecutive game with at least double digit tackles in their career I twenty two eleven were sold at a at a half sack to go with a two quarterback hurries so a busy day for Evan waiver is something to watch going to hang with the nine tackles a five solo and one and a half sacks for California red Johnson was credited with one have sacked and Nick often the converted tight end moving over to help out the the plate all side linebacker Corey at our office today but important sadistic cal winds of twenty eight to twenty eight all miss.

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"ted frank" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Up to the fifth circuit court of appeals by democratic attorneys, general and Democrats in congress, and it could end up in front of the supreme court where all five justices who upheld the in a landmark ruling in twenty twelve remain on the bench guys. Why do so many experts and scholars from across the political spectrum think that this ruling is ho. Horse shit. Ted Frank lawyer at the competitive Enterprise Institute, who's critical of the called the decision embarrassingly bad Jonathan Adler who was the architect of the last conservative strategy to dismantle ObamaCare through the courts that failed called the ruling surprisingly weak. Why was it so bad? Brutal. Smackdown. Brutal. Smackdown. Illegal, but conservatively will scholar. Okay. So when we talk about the twenty seventeen tax cuts often say that the the individual mandate was struck down. That's not actually accurate. What happened was the tax was reduced from whatever number it was two zero dollars. But the individual mandate itself still exists. So Republicans a whole bunch of attorneys general in states across the country filed this suit, and they went form shopping for this specific judge judge O'Connor, the Texas AG does this all the time. He liked to try major cases challenging Obama era policies in Wichita falls, Texas, where he's the only district judge. Here's cases and in Fort Worth where he is the only district judge. Who is not semi racket. Yeah. This Clinto remember back in the day. When you got your AG and still do you go to judge in bump, FOX somewhere? Yeah. Remember when Republicans used to talk about legislating from the bench and activists judges. This is the definition of it. So what they did was they went to the judge, and they argued that ObamaCare is now unconstitutional because it's no longer attacks with the individual mandate in that those provisions you can't separate them from the rest of the law. I don't think anyone agrees with that. Nobody agrees with that. It's called a sever ability argument. But that is what this judge did which means that if this is upheld, and it will be appealed it'll go to the fifth circuit, and maybe the supreme court depending on what happens, but if this was a pellet, it would get rid of all of ObamaCare all of Medicaid expansion all protections for previous and conditions. The little calorie counts on menus at the restaurants. You go to all of it is now gone because of this little minutia tax argument. So that's one bright side. I get those calorie counts off to get him off menus. I'm. Sizzler for a reason. I don't need to know. What's in this crusted, chicken Romano? Cheesecake factory. No, one needs to know know, any sin that's formation. What's so ridiculous about? This is judge o'conner wrote that the law remains coercive because quote, the individual mandate continues to mandate the purchase of health insurance. But that is simply wrong simply wrong as as chief Justice. John Roberts noted in a case where the supreme court upheld the Affordable Care Act saying that it detaches, quote, no negative legal consequences to not buying health insurance beyond requiring a payment to.

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"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Imagine a class action settlement where the lawyers get paid millions and the clients get nothing that's the case in the eight and a half million dollar Google privacy settlement and supreme court justices seemed to be split on its legality under the settlement the plaintiffs class action lawyers would get more than two million dollars from Google over claims that it improperly disclosed users internet search terms to outside websites violating their privacy rights, but Google users would get nothing. Instead the rest of the money would go to six universities and nonprofit groups involved with privacy issues at large events last week. The justices appeared divided Justice Samuel Alito question. Whether the settlement made any sense at the end of the day. What happens the attorneys get money and a lot of the class members get no money whatsoever. And money is given to. Organizations that they may or may not like, and that may or may not ever do anything that is of even indirect benefit to them. But Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg suggested it made sense in cases like this. Why is in abuse because practically class members will get nothing nothing at all? And here at least they get an indirect benefit. Joining us is Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr who is at the arguments. So Greg the idea of the settlement is that. There are one hundred twenty nine million Google users. So instead of compensating them directly with about four cents each let's give the settlement money to charities. What's the objection to the settlement that brought the case to the supreme court, the objection is there's a man named Ted Frank who also argued the case, and he intervened in the case to say, look, it's not fair that this money that is supposed to go to people like me instead goes to these handpicked organizations hand. Picked by the point of lawyers, and by the company being sued Google says that the district court should have required them if they're going to settle the case to come up with some feasible way for sending at least some of the money to the individuals who he says were harmed Salman's like this where class members get nothing a really rare. There was researched by a Harvard law. Professor that indicated only eighteen cases ever where federal courts approved these kinds of settlements. Why did the supreme court even agree to hear this case? That is a good question. Yeah. That's that's research by Harvard law. Professor William Rubinstein, the the court, you know, is often skeptical about those plaintiff's lawyers and class action lawsuits. And in this case, there is some reason for the court to be skeptical about the intentions of both Google and the lawyers behind the case when I say, there's reason there's at least reason for the courts can. Conservative members. They are the ones who are asking the toughest questions about the the settlement. If the settlement gets thrown out. It will probably be a decision that is at least primarily coming from the conservative wing of the court. Tell us more about what you gleaned from the justices questions at large. Arguments. Well, it's actually quite complicated. Because there's also an another question that cuts across ideological lines on the court having to do with weather, this type of suit should've gotten into court in the first place. There's an earlier supreme court case a couple of years ago involving the notion of standing that is the idea that you have to be injured before you can bring a case in in federal court, and there are some questions in court about whether they users who filed this lawsuit over this. This thing called referral headers. They claim is basically that when you do a search on the internet on Google. And then you take on some website that Google is sending that information about what your search terms were to the the company whose website, you call up, and there were some real questions about whether anybody had shown they were harmed by that practice. And if there are five justices who are concerned enough. It could be that. The core doesn't actually reach the the issues in the case about the settlement itself because the decision in this case could be just what you said no decision basically about the fundamentals or it could be some earth shaking decision about class actions. It could and you know, and what you have to do to to settle the case. One of the interesting dynamics. Here was the two newest justices breath Cavanaugh and Neal Gorsuch seem to be concerned about very different things. So off didn't seem to be bothered by the standing point. He was more concerned about the settlement where the money was going to Justice. Course, it just didn't seem to be concerned about the settlement. Or at least. He didn't ask any questions about it. But he was one of the ones who was very concerned about whether this case should have been brought in the first place. So you may have a split among the conservative justices about what exactly to do in this case. What about the chief Justice John Roberts because he was the one that some years ago hinted that. These kinds of settlements might be interesting for the court to look at in the right situation. Yes, he was someone who did express a lot of concern about where the money was going to. I was skeptical. So one of the groups getting the money is AARP, the senior citizens advocacy group, and he was kind of scratching his head as to as to why that made any sense allocating the money to that group. I did anything to actually deal with the underlying complaints in this case, he also expressed concern that that some of the money was going to a group that Google had donated to before. So he certainly seemed to be one of the justices who had wanted to take this case in the first place and would like to restrict these sorts of settlements. And let's listen to the chief Justice as he questions the plaintiffs lawyer about the money going to AARP, do you think that is going to be? Meaningfully redressed by giving money to AARP. Well, I think the question is. I think I think it is only this is only a problem for elderly Pino AARP is not the only recipient elderly. AARP is one of the recipients of Greg just give us a little bit of background about the supreme court's attitude in recent years, you might say the Roberts courts attitude toward class actions. Skeptical. They have really scaled them back in a variety of contacts. The one that probably got the most attention was a case involving WalMart and discrimination suit against WalMart. Where they essentially said this loss has nationwide lawsuit is too sprawling involved employees from too many different into many different situations. This is a little bit different. Because in this case, the company actually likes the ability to settle the suit. So to the extent you think that this court has a tendency to favor the companies and these big class action suit? Here's a case where Google is actually urging the court to uphold the settlement it has managed to get rid of the suit at a relatively small price tag for Google. And you know, the money actually went to some organizations that Google doesn't seem to mind giving money to thanks, Greg. That's Bloomberg news supreme court reporter Greg Stohr coming up on Bloomberg. Does the feds easing of rules for banks? Pose a threat to our financial system. I'm June Grasso. And this is Bloomberg. Imagine..

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"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A class action settlement where the lawyers get paid millions and the clients get nothing that's the case in the eight and a half million dollar Google privacy settlement and supreme court justices seemed to be split on its legality under the settlement the plaintiffs class action lawyers would get more than two million dollars from Google over claims that improperly disclosed users internet search terms to outside websites violating their privacy rights, but Google users would get nothing instead the rest of the money would go to six universities and nonprofit groups involved with privacy issues at large events last week. The justices appeared divided Justice Samuel Alito question. Whether the settlement made any sense at the end of the day. What happens the attorneys get money and a lot of the class members get no money, whatsoever and money is given to or. Organizations that they may or may not like, and that may or may not ever do anything that is even indirect benefit to them. But Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg suggested it made sense in cases like this. Abuse because practically it's ass. Members would get nothing nothing at all. And here at least get an indirect benefit. Joining us is Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr who was at the arguments. So Greg the idea of the settlement is that. There are one hundred twenty nine million Google users. So instead of compensating them directly with about four cents each let's give the settlement money to a few charities. What's the objection to the settlement that brought the case to the supreme court, the objection is there's a man named Ted Frank also argued the case, and he interviewed in the case to say, look, it's not fair that this money that is supposed to go to people like me instead goes to the handpicked organizations handpicked by the plaintiff's, lawyers and by the company being sued. Google key says that the district court should have required them if they're going to settle the case to come up with some feasible way for sending at least some of the money to. The individuals who he says were harmed Salman's like this where class members get nothing a really rare. There was researched by Harvard law. Professor that indicated only eighteen cases ever where federal courts approved these kind of settlements. Why did the supreme court even agree to hear this case? That is a good question. Yeah. That's that's research by professor William Rubinstein, the the court. You know is often skeptical about those plaintiff's lawyers and class action lawsuits. And in this case, there is some reason for the court to be skeptical about the intentions of both Google and the lawyers behind the case when I say, there's reason there's at least reason for the courts conservative members. They are the ones who are asking the tough questions about the the settlement. If the settlement gets thrown out. It will probably be a decision that Israelis primarily coming from the conservative wing of the court. Tell us more. About what you gleaned from the justices questions at ornaments. Well, tune it. It's actually quite complicated. Because there's also an another question that cuts across ideological lines on the court having to do with weather. This type of suit should've gotten to court in the first place. There's an earlier supreme court case a couple of years ago involving the notion of standing that is the idea that you have to be injured before you can bring a case in in federal court, and there's some questions in court about whether they users who filed this lawsuit over this. This thing called referral header. They claim is basically that when you do a search on the internet on Google. And then you click on some website that Google is sending that information about what your search terms were to the company whose website, you call up, and there was some real questions about whether anybody had shown they were harmed. And by that practice, and if they're five justices who are concerned enough, it could be that. The core doesn't actually reach the the issues in the case about the settlement itself because the decision in this case could be just what you said no decision basically about the fundamentals or could be some earth shaking decision about class actions. It could and you know, and what you have to do to to settle the case. One of the interesting dynamics. Here was the two newest justices Brad Kavanagh and Neal Gorsuch seem to be concerned about very different things. So. Aw. Didn't seem to be bothered by the standing point. He was more concerned about the settlement where the money was going to just as didn't seem to be concerned about the settlement or leafy didn't ask any questions about it. But he was one of the ones who was very concerned about whether this case should have been brought in the first place. So you may have a split among the conservative justices about what exactly to do in this case. What about the chief Justice John Roberts because he was the one that some years ago hinted that these kinds of settlements might be interesting for the court to look at in the right situation. Yes, he was someone who did express a lot of concern about where the money was going to. I was skeptical. So one of the groups getting the money is AARP, the senior citizens advocacy group, and he was of scratching his head as to as to why that made any sense, I allocating the money to that group. I did anything to actually deal with the underlying complaints in this case. He also. Oppressed. I concern that that some of the money was going to a group that Google had donated to before. So he certainly seemed to be one of the justices who had wanted to take this case in the first place and would like to restrict these sorts of settlements. And let's listen to the chief Justice as he questions the plaintiffs lawyer about the money going to AARP few think that problem is going to be meaningfully redressed by giving money to. AARP? Well, I think the question is. I think I think it is. This is only a problem for elderly Pino AARP is not the only recipient and elderly. AARP is one of the recipients. Greg just give us a little bit of background about the supreme court's attitude in recent years, you might say the Roberts courts attitude toward class actions. Highly skeptical. They have really scaled them back in a variety of contacts, the one that probably got the most attention was a case involving WalMart and discrimination suit against WalMart. Where they essentially said this lawsuit has nationwide lawsuit is too sprawling involved employees from too many different into many different situations. This is a little bit different. Because in this case, the company actually likes the ability to settle the these suits. So to the extent, you think that this court has a tendency to favour the companies and these big class action, suits. Here's a case where Google is actually urging the court to uphold the settlement is managed to get rid of the suit at a relatively small price tag for for Google. And you know, the money actually went to some organizations that Google doesn't seem to mind giving money to thanks, Greg. That's Bloomberg news supreme court reporter Greg Stohr coming up on Bloomberg. Law does the feds easing rules for banks. Pose a threat to our financial system. I'm June Grosso. And this is Bloomberg. The art and antiques world is constantly evolving. Trends come and go..

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"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Imagine a class action settlement where the lawyers get paid millions and the clients get nothing that's the case in the eight and a half million dollar Google privacy settlement and supreme court justices seem to be split on its legality under the settlement the plaintiffs class action lawyers would get more than two million dollars from Google over claims that it improperly disclosed users internet search terms to outside websites violating their privacy rights, but Google users would get nothing. Instead the rest of the money would go to six universities and nonprofit groups involved with privacy issues at large segments last week. The justices appeared divided Justice Samuel Alito question. Whether the settlement made any sense at the end of the day. What happens the attorneys get money and a lot of the class members get no money whatsoever. And money is given to. Organizations that they may or may not like, and that may or may not ever do anything that is even indirect benefit to them. But Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg suggested it made sense in cases like this. Abused because practically members will get nothing nothing at all. And here at least they get an indirect benefit. Joining us is Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr who was at the arguments. So Greg the idea of the settlement is that. There are one hundred twenty nine million Google users. So instead of compensating them directly with about four cents each let's give the settlement money to charities. What's the objection to the settlement that brought the case to the supreme court, the objection is there's a man named Ted Frank who also argued the case, and he interviewed in the case to say, look, it's not fair that this money that is supposed to go to people like me instead goes to the handpicked organizations handpicked by the point of lawyers, and by the company being sued Google key says that the district court should have required them if they're going to settle the case to come up with some feasible way for sending at least some of the money to. The individuals who he says were harmed Salman's like this where class members get nothing a really rare. There was researched by a Harvard law. Professor that indicated only eighteen cases ever where federal courts approved these kind of settlements. Why did the supreme court even agree to hear this case? That is a good question. Yeah. That's that's research by Harvard law, professor, William Rubinstein. The the court is often skeptical about both plaintiff's lawyers and class action lawsuits. And in this case, there is some reason for the court to be skeptical about the intentions of both the Google and the lawyers behind the case when I say, there's reason there's at least reason for the court conservative members. They are the ones Raskin the toughest questions about the the settlement. If the settlement gets thrown out. It will probably be a decision that is primarily coming from the conservative wing of the court. Tell us more. About what you gleaned from the justices questions at org uments. Well, it's actually quite complicated. Because there's also an another question that cuts across ideological lines on the court having to do with weather, this type of suit should have gotten an accord in the first place. There was an earlier supreme court case a couple of years ago involving the notion of standing that is the idea that you have to be injured before you can bring a case in in federal court, and there are some questions in court about whether the users who filed this lawsuit over this. This thing called referral headers. They claim is basically that when you do a search on the internet on Google. And then you click on some website that Google is sending that information about what your search terms were to the the company whose website, you call up, and there was some real questions about whether anybody has shown they were harmed. D- by that practice. And if there are five justices who are concerned enough, it could be that. The core doesn't actually reach the the issues in the case about the settlement itself because the decision in this case could be just what you said no decision basically about the fundamentals or it could be some earth shaking decision about class actions. It could. And you know, and what you have to do to to settle the case. One of the interesting dynamics. Here was the two newest justices. Brad Kavanagh and Neal Gorsuch seem to be concerned about very different things. So cavanaugh. Didn't seem to be bothered by the standing point. He was more concerned about the settlement where the money was going to Justice. Course, it just didn't seem to be concerned about the settlement are leafy didn't ask any questions about it. But he was one of the ones who was very concerned about whether this case should have been brought in the first place. So you may have a split among the conservative justices about what exactly to do in this case. What about the chief Justice John Roberts because he was the one that some years ago hinted that these kinds of settlements might be interesting for the court to look at in the right situation. Yes, he was someone who did express a lot of concern about where the money was going to. I was skeptical. So one of the groups getting the money is AARP, the senior citizens advocacy group, and he was kind of scratching his head as to as to why that made any sense, I allocating the money to that group. I did anything to actually deal with the underlying complaint in this case. He also expressed a concern that that some of the money was going to a group that Google had donated to before. So he certainly seemed to be one of the justices who had wanted to take this case in the first place and would like to restrict these sorts of settlements. And let's listen to the chief Justice as he questions the plaintiffs lawyer about the money going to AARP, you think that problem is going to be meaningfully redressed by giving money to well. I think the question is. I think I think it is. This is only a problem for elderly AARP is not the only recipient and elderly mulching. AARP is one of the recipients. Greg just give us a little bit of background about the supreme court's attitude in recent years, you might say the Roberts courts attitude toward class actions. Highly skeptical. They have really scaled them back in a variety of context, the one that probably got the most attention was a case involving WalMart and a discrimination suit against WalMart where they essentially said this lawsuit as nationwide lawsuit is too sprawling involved employees from too many different into many different situations. This is a little bit different. Because in this case, the company actually likes the ability to settle these suits. So to the extent, you think that this court has a tendency to favour the companies in these big class action, suits. Here's a case where Google is actually urging the court to uphold the settlement is managed to get rid of the suit at a relatively small price tag for for Google. And you know, the money actually went to some organizations that Google doesn't seem to mind giving money to thanks, Greg. That's Bloomberg news supreme court reporter Greg Stohr coming up on Bloomberg. Does the feds easing of rules for banks? Pose a threat to our financial system. I'm June Grosso. And this is Bloomberg..

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"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of one tenth of one percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you charge. We're live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio Google wants to give eight point five million dollars to charity to settle a consumer privacy class action. But that's settlement is being questioned at the supreme court. Joining us is Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr who was in at the arguments this morning, so Greg the idea of the settlement is that. There are one hundred twenty nine million Google users. So instead of compensating them directly with about four cents each let's give the settlement money to a few charities. What's the objection to the settlement that brought the case to the supreme court? The objection is a man named Ted Frank who also argued the case, and he intervened in the case to say, look, it's not fair that this money that is supposed to go to people like me instead goes to the handpicked organizations can picked by the plaintiff lawyers and by the company being sued Google. The key says that the district court should have. Required them if they're going to settle the case to come up with some feasible way for sending at least some of the money to the individuals who he says were harmed Salman's like this where class members get nothing a really rare. There was researched by Harvard law. Professor that indicated only eighteen cases ever where federal courts approved these kind of settlements. Why did the supreme court even agree to hear this case? That is a good question. Yeah. That's research by Harvard law, professor William Rubinstein. The the court is often skeptical about those plaintiff's lawyers and class action lawsuits. And in this case, there is some reason for the court to be skeptical about the intentions of those Google and the lawyers behind the case. And when I say, there's reason there's at least reason for the courts conservative members. They are the ones Raskin the toughest questions about. The settlement today if the settlement gets thrown out. It will probably be a decision with that is at least primarily coming from the conservative wing of the court. Tell us more about what you gleaned from the justices questions at Orla arguments. Well, tune it it's actually quite complicated. Because there's also an another question that cuts across ideological lines on the court having to do with weather, this type of suit should've got into court in the first place. There's an earlier supreme court case a couple of years ago. Involving the notion of standing that is the idea that you have to be injured before you can bring a case in in federal court. And there are some questions in court today about whether the users who filed this lawsuit over this this Saint called referral headers. They claim is basically that when you do a search on the internet on Google. And then you click on some website that Google is sending that information about what your search terms were to the company whose website, you you call up, and there was some real questions about whether anybody had shown they were harmed by that practice, and and if they're five justices who are concerned enough, it could be that. The core doesn't actually reach the the issues in the case about the settlement itself because the decision in this case could be just what you said, no, no decision, basically about the fundamentals or it could be some earth share. Aching decision about class actions. It could. And you know, and what you have to do to to settle the case. One of the interesting dynamics. Here was the two newest justices brick Cavanaugh and Neal Gorsuch seem to be concerned about very different things. So Cavanaugh was didn't seem to be bothered by the standing point. He was more concerned about the settlement where the money was going to Justice. Course, it just didn't seem to be concerned about the settlement. Or at least. You didn't ask any questions about it? But he was one of the ones who was very concerned about whether this case should have been brought in the first place. So you may have a split among the conservative justices about what exactly to do in this case. What about the chief Justice John Roberts because he was the one that some years ago hinted that this these kinds of settlements might be interesting for the court to look at in the right situation. Yes, he he was someone who did express a lot of concern about where the money was going to. He was skeptical. So one of the groups getting. The money is AARP the senior citizens advocacy group, and he was kind of scratching his head is to as to why that made any sense allocating the money to that group did anything to actually deal with the underlying complaint in this case. The also expressed concern that that some of the money was going to a group that Google had donated to before. So. He certainly seemed to be one of the justices who had wanted to take this case in the first place and would like to restrict these sorts of settlements it Greg just give us a little bit of background about the supreme court's attitude in recent years, you might say the Roberts courts attitude toward class actions. Highly skeptical. They have really scaled them back in a variety of contacts, the one that probably got the most attention was a case involving WalMart and discrimination suit against WalMart. Where they essentially said this lawsuit has nationwide lawsuit is too sprawling involved employees from too many different into many different situations. This is a little bit different. Because in this case, the company actually likes the ability to settle the these suits. So to the extent, I think that this court has a tendency to favour the companies and these big class action, suits. Here's a case where Google is actually urging the court to uphold the settlement has managed to get rid of the suit at a relatively small price tag for for Google. And you know, the money actually went to some organizations that Google doesn't seem to mind giving money to all right? Thanks so much, Greg. That's Greg Stohr. Bloomberg news supreme court reporter in one of the objections of the plaintiffs in this case was to the two million dollars going to the.

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"ted frank" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Because you're going to go to the national park in of all the figure he's going to start game three. He was terrific up in the Bronx. He was terrific in Houston. But in this game three now it, you know, he's going to have to hit. So if the game is close you might have to take him out. So we'll see how Alex Cora does managing nationally. This is more decisions to make these guys aren't going to the bullpen enough. And these American League parks, I understand what you're saying Blackstone question for you about David price because we had a horn. Is there less Rishard him tonight because of the win last night, or is there more pressure because if David rice yada, yada, yada? I think it's less pressure. Because the last time we saw him he's being doused with champagne, and he's at home where he's supposed to be better. And he's got a one he's got a one game lead. So I think it's less pressure. Do you ever see him question to you? I think it's less pressure. Just because the odds are going to start working in his favor. Ten previous games before the two the two wins that he's post in the postseason pitched in the postseason. I think doesn't. Forever in his favor because they'll they'll even out regress to the mean, or in this case actually progress to the mean, okay, make pick real quick. We'll get out of here Yates, how about you tonight. I think it's going to be the Red Sox. I ask David price about this. He said, he's having more fun. That's why I think he's gonna I solo. Now, I think tonight will be the dodgers. And you know, what tell those dodger fans. I mean, those red sock fans were so mean to Alex Rodriguez during the broadcast, and they were changing something about the Yankees. Remember, it was former Yankee knew about. And I don't want to book here. Pick the game Blackstone Gutierrez yelled out please read size in the socks. Thank you. We'll move on basketball now one week into the season. Vincent, incredible games and box scores. Sixers business exactly that one thirty three one thirty two and Blake Griffin in this first half of the season healthy, Blake Griffin mode, the cave winter and one for fifty. We're going to get to that. But in the part of the game that had everything Embiid versus Drummond and the comical slow from bead, which led the drum and technical number two any chicken, and then the bit that it'd be everybody after the game or admitted nothing about flopping and city owns face and Drummond, Ted. Frank. How do you view MB, Leslie? The flop was conduct unbecoming a superstar player, and we all Joel and beaten a very Neil way. He's larger than life. And he's got the funny comments. I think after game that your team loses and someone on the other team scores fifty points that might be the time to dial it back just a little bit. Then Yates, I was embarrassed for Embiid. And this comes from somebody who has no problem with a lot of trash on a lot of levels. But he jumped up like a child trying to blame his kid sister for something that he actually did wrong. He's just stick to the crowd and all this nonsense when it came to the referees. It was very awkward to see you're supposed to be one of the biggest superstars in the league in. This is what you're decided is going to occupy your mind come on man, you can do better than this is real good. Here's what Embiid has to be careful of is making sure that somebody's still going to like him the opposing fans won't the opposition won't the referees won't after they got away with or he got away with when there and pretty soon if you keep this up talking trash after a loss your own teammates aren't gonna lie. There's no reason for you to talk trash and say, you're in Andre Drummond head space when he just beat you and oh, by the way, you're not just responsible for Andre Drummond. Blake griffin. Scored fifty on that team. Go ahead and protect the rim before you start talking. I b yeah. I would agree with all that the only thing I would want. I'm wondering about is how the referees. Did not see that. How they let that go on one hand. Embiid got what he wanted which was drumming out of the game. But on the other hand, he totally pulled one on the referees..

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"ted frank" Discussed on First Mondays

First Mondays

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on First Mondays

"Yeah. So just understanding this arising under sort of federal common law. Like is this about the equitable powers of federal courts guess equitable what? Yeah. I mean, we're there's no statute that says they can do this, right? So it's remedial this federal remedial law, I guess, is that right? Yeah, I think that has to be right. You know, in other words, it's I mean the source of it. If it's anywhere is you know some number thing about rule Twenty-three and things like that. But yeah, there's not like other, there's the federal CPR act. Right? And so this is just a thing that federal courts, fashion to deal with the really kind of hard problem of like, okay, you've had this, you know, aggregated litigation and you've got all this money, but like, you know, let's see set up a settlement fund, right? And after five years, all the people who've come forward to make claims. We've agreed they'll have five years to come forward and there's a million dollars leftover. What happens to that money does advantage get back. Right. Does it? Is it distributed pro rata among the people who made the claims you give it to, you know, the trunk frontier foundation. I mean, what do you do? What do you do with that money? And it's actually kind of a hard question because you know rule, Twenty-three doesn't provide us a ton of guidance about it. Yeah. I mean, does it normally just leave this to the discretion of district court? Yeah, pretty much. This would be this report saying, we are adopting rules. We're that limit the discretion of district courts going forward. Normally you would have discretion to figure out remedies, but right. We think this is an inappropriate use of the actual equable. Remedial power. Yes, something along those lines. And I think that the interesting thing is the Frank in this case is actually Ted Frank who is himself like number one, he's like a guy on Twitter, but he's also he's, I forgot the name of the organization he works with. Basically he is in his professional capacity like litigator about class action stuff in class, action, fairness, and things like this. And he's he's a skeptic of some of the uses of the device. He himself is the object in the class, which was pretty nice. I don't know. I think he's gonna argument. I think he's going to argue it. Yes, we're gonna argue it. I guess that's not pro se. He's he's a lawyer pro per. That's pretty unusual, but he's, he's a very smart guy knows what he's talking about. It's just happens that this class is so huge because he uses Google. He can object to the side, pray settlement, but even even the even like Google and Gauss on the other side, even they agreed that there there have to be some limits on this right that you can't just you couldn't literally just give the money to class councils, high school or whatever that there have to be some limits on the question is what those limits are going to be. But you know, I think the court going gonna be very interested in and it's going to be big deal because the cypress settlements are kind of, you know, there are instances were really does look like rift James thoughts. Well, and some of the recipients can be sort of involved in generating more litigation going forward. That's the other kind of angle and all this. And how so? Explain well through through the I mean you mentioned EFF before, for example, I mean, they're, they're sort of instrumental in in both on both this sort of. The kind of action side, but also in a way to certain extent on the on the theoretical side, some of these things, and that's not to throw shade or cash. What do people do with shade, throw it whatever. Do that? Yeah, on the f. f. but, but just to say that there's a, there's a way in which this can iterative Lee sort of snowball on it self. And in some of these contexts, Google Google is all for certain public interested privacy matters or antitrust matters or or whatever else when it suits them and very against it when when when they don't..

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"ted frank" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on WDRC

"A wrongdoer to rip off a million people for five dollars and say ha ha i've gotten away with five million dollars and you can't you can't fix that that's exactly what class action support i don't think there's anything wrong with that there have been cases where the attorneys bring the class action without any intensive benefiting the class just to benefit the turn sam we've won a couple of cases striking down attorney's fees in cases where there was no benefit to the class whatsoever and there was no chance of any benefit to the class so suits over merger is where the warriors ask for additional really tiny disclosures and then wanna get paid several thousand dollars an hour because they acted as editors on the big giant disclosure forms so the subway foot long cases another example where we got a settlement that was only gonna pay the lawyers and give nothing to the class thrown out of the court and the court called in iraq at that that there's no chance that the suit was actually gonna win any benefits for consumers so you know there are those kinds of suits i don't know that the dollar is a good example of that but we we fight against those sorts of of abusive suits as well as the abuse of settlement chad we want to keep up that fine ted frank senior attorney and director of litigation for the competitor better prize institute ted thank you very much we'll be back in a moment.

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"ted frank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"She immediately recognized what we were arguing that we had these attorneys who were bringing this bogus lawsuit that couldn't possibly accomplish anything for consumers but we're hoping to get paid and she correctly recognized this as a scam and and and ordered the settlement thrown out and and suggested very strongly that the entire case should be thrown out and that the lawyers shouldn't be allowed to represent a class like this and that's indeed what happened on remand so the trial lawyers get all the money and the consumer doesn't get any of it and the consumer has to pay for the trial costs right and and it's a double actually because if the lawyers know that they don't actually have to win anything for consumers to get paid they're going to bring more bad lawsuits you they're they're they're not gonna so consumers are it's actually a triple eight because you have these additional bad lawsuits that just cost consumers more money because the raising costs to anybody it's pure social costs it's pure rents again you have consumer is not getting anything and then when consumers actually are injured there are legitimate class actions to be brought the lawyers are still going to be focusing on the cases on the crummy easy to settle quick cases rather than on on the legitimate cases so get getting a court to rule is the seventh circuit did on this one is i think great for consumers forces lawyers to focus on the cases where they can actually win things and avoids the costs of of just meritless lawsuits ted frank thanks for being senior attorney with competitive price institute now i guess i'll have pizza and great job on that jesse and we bring you these stories not because they're silly because in the end they cost the american people a whole lot of money and again there are good lawsuits and boy there some really bad ones and the bad ones will they can crowd out the good ones and thanks to ted frank for the work he's doing at the competitive enterprise institute senior attorney there and again fighting for consumers in the end these costs get passed along to us this is lee habib subways story and that's one of our favorites here here on our american stories.

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"ted frank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Beating sandwiches feeding sandwiches bologna yeah sandwiches who doesn't love eating a sandwich i'm probably eating one right now and you wouldn't even know sandwiches mom used to me sanctuary from an insane world the one place you can go to get away from the nightmarish current events bad weather awful things happening in the news turned out of that scandal at subway you may have heard about this one it turns out some of their famous foot long sandwiches have been coming in a bit short oh good size matters to the courtroom a new proposed class action lawsuit is now accusing subway deceptive advertising oh what they're following the baking procedures they should get this wealth inches every single time sandwiches is anything sacred joining us to give the details of this cold cut cases ted frank thanks for having he's senior attorney with the competitive enterprise institute explain to us the details you wouldn't mind the story was there is this teenager in australia who bought a sandwich he bought a foot long and he had the clever idea well what happens if i measure it and his particular foot long sandwich was eleven inches or so and he took a picture of it and he put it on facebook and it went by.

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"ted frank" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"These stories sexual abuse sexual harassment guys running off with with women on the job i'm your read through a list of these people are right from public radio from pbs an npr you know these are the very enlighten intelligued people at tabas smiley he's fighting back said in happen garrison keillor i this far some time ago i charlie rosy and the most interesting table in the world atr meaning npr news editor david sweeney john hawke and bury your host on night npr tom at brigham other hosed on npr basically national public radio's bunch of perverts and michael uh or or a sacchi's he was the npr head of news all out okay msnbc herald for junior david corn david corn also works with the mother jones which is a liberal website and mark perrine a guy who uh may be so far the loan republican on this list but we're going on there will be more uh matt lauer congressman john conyers senator al franken congressman ted franks congressman blake ferron told congressman al's see hastings senator tom carper he i not sexabuse he i confess to in an interview uh of beating his wife so we have a wife beater representative our rubin i key un uh the reverend jesse jackson director john singleton louis c k which is giving us a whole new meaning for i'd during the louis c k andy dick roman polanski ben athletic brett ratner he's a big time movie director and producer i now this one was not surprised analysts by the way charlie sheen not a surprise uh danny masterson dustin hoffman george to aka sulu r kelly not really much of a surprise roy more richard dreyfuss roman polanski tom size more oliver stone jeremy pivon uh let's see warren sapp jeffrey tam bore kevin spacey nick carter marshall faul vows cows apprised me harvey weinstein brian singer russell simmons larry king and one more name that has not come up i'm in a break news right now the can ally and factors tape on this pepi look peel.

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"ted frank" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on WDRC

"Dan the damage that it's been doing to america well ii he can put a stop to work the be the effort continued to have harmful regulations being compounded in you know some of those are out the door ready but the ones that are not yet out the door e he can avid stay over but at the end of the day it it's up to congress to dismantle this thing uh it uh were eventually the supreme court because they're of their of lawsuits ending over the constitutionality of uh what what's really an abysmal struck sure then in the meantime does leandro english end up being shown the door oliver stuff in a paper box and escorted out by security offcer to where she can sit outside the agency and continue her little charade of a lawsuit and cost everybody in the among the taxpayers a bunch money but but otherwise be shovelled out the door while the marshall the answer to the department of justice in the department of justice says that won't 80s that so i was kind of surprised that she wasn't already shown the door uh but apparently he didn't even show up at the office today she was meeting with senators presumably to get amicus support for her lawsuit that if there were at the hearing uh this afternoon the judge hasn't will jet and i guess everybody being like to see what will happen but uh you will think that mulvaney will wanna deputy director at that that supports his news and uh uh flouting boats uh a deterrent acting director and the general account meanwhile we don't hit his second coming of sally yates from doj well i i i'm sure she'll proclaim herself a martyr and and will be celebrated by the usual suspects but uh the this is a 34yearolds who's done nothing and and certainly has no authority to be running an age with this kind of budget empower it is a pleasure to have you on ted frank is the senior attorney at the competitive enterprise institute thanks very much ted i appreciate the time back in a moment with your phone calls and.

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"ted frank" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ted frank" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson joel get back to your phone calls in your email shortly but while you're spending time with family over thanksgiving a battle has a ruptured over who will head the consumer financial protection bureau and frankly i'm going to tell ted frank frank of you'll take that the right way that i think cfpb should be put out of its misery and erased from the federal government altogether but that's just my take on this so i'm glad i'm glad design what's that oh my goodness what a terrible agency but what about this fight over whose allowed you appoint the head of the bureaucracy and when i see that the assistant director is now suing the president of the united states claiming that she and not he has the rights to uh to decide who's going to be head of the agency what should we think of that i mean it shows the underlying constitutional problem with dodd frank that it it tries to uh taken the agency in two then and take it out of the per day uh the power of the presidency and that that is a complete violation of article two of the constitution uh and i think for that reason even the copd general counsel uh agrees with the department of justice and the president that the president has the right under the federal vacancies reform act who made the appointments of the acting director now that the agency doesn't have the director notwithstanding language in doddfrank at says he director appointed deputy director and then the deputy director get to serve as acting director whenever the director decides that happens in and the eu you simply can't have uh ahead of a law enforcement agency being appointed uh without any say by the president's or congress no fact why why would this missing leash liaoning bush believes are leandra english why would she believed that the statutes would supersede the authority of the president of the united states well there there is this language and doddfrank that suggests that the deputy director gets to be the acting director inco congress confirm solid but as in and say that doesn't say that only happens when the.

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