I guess I misread that the first tweet. I even read it twice. I guess I missed the sold it a few years ago and fanatics bought it recently. Seemed like you were saying he was tossed out years agoSays right in the article that Steiner sold the company in 2000 and remained the face of the company until they sold it to Fanatics and he had no knowledge or say in said sale to Fanatics.
A suit against SU in DC would never survive a motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction. DC is not SU’s “home” such that it would be subject to general jurisdiction, and nothing relating to this dispute presumably occurred in DC.So basically we know Chris Carlson reads this board. The argument he is expounding on has been floated in this thread. It’s cool he reads here but atleast give a nod to the board.
Once the Dome undergoes the massive upgrades it is undertaking the deal is extinguished. I guess Carrier could sue in DC since SU technically has a campus there but that venue wouldn’t be a good one for Carrier based on the judges on the bench in DC.
SU legal studies this hard in 2014 and since.A suit against SU in DC would never survive a motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction. DC is not SU’s “home” such that it would be subject to general jurisdiction, and nothing relating to this dispute presumably occurred in DC.
Fun fact: I interviewed the Chancellor about 15 years ago as a possible expert witness for a series of cases we had. He was a law prof at the time.SU legal studies this hard in 2014 and since.
This Chancellor is a bit better than the last one.
Agreed. It’s The Dome and always will be. Even if it changes to a fixed roof it’ll be The Dome. And even if Bill Fuccillo sticks his big, ugly mug up on the side of the building, it’ll still be The Dome.I grew up in CNY in the 70s/80s. Got to SU in 1984. The Dome has always been called The Dome. For CNYers, it was THE DOME. Always has been, always will be.
The only time “Carrier” was the prefix was on espn. Nobody cares what was or is written on a ticket, a program, etc.
Call it eminent domain, or manifest destiny, but carrier. This is our house and we will call it whatever we want to call it.