Chuck D Seeks To Bring The Noise To Michael Closter In Copyright Case

Carlton Ridenhour, better known as the rapper Chuck D., who founded hip-hop group Public Enemy, has filed a Complaint for declaratory relief regarding the ownership of copyrights, as well as causes of action for fraud and conversion against Michael Closter and Closter’s fully owned Reach Global, Inc. He claims that the defendants used false copyright […]

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Carl Crawford Making Headlines for all the Wrong Reasons

The following article was written by Spencer Wingate. Ever since Carl Crawford signed a seven year $142 million dollar contract with the Red Sox last year, it seems nothing has gone right. Crawford was supposed to give the Red Sox a speedy threat at the top of the order, but produced his worst season as a […]