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In Expected Move, Judge Rules Against N.J.'s Sports Gambling Bid

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U.S. District Court Judge Michael Shipp on Friday night ruled that the state of New Jersey "cannot partially lift a prohibition on sports betting in an effort to boost the state’s struggling horse racing and casino industries." The decision "was the expected outcome, since the judg...

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10/25/95
DAY TWO OF MAFFIA TESTIMONY IN KING FRAUD TRIAL

In his second day of testimony, Joseph Maffia, the former Controller of Don King Productions, said that King instructed him to "create" $350,000 in training expenses to justify an insurance claim for

Tags: ESPN, Law and Politics, Walt Disney

10/25/95
POCKLINGTON CLAIMS GOVERNMENT AGREED TO PAY HIM

Oilers Owner Peter Pocklington was in a Canadian Court yesterday, defending himself from a civil action by his former meat-packing company and the province of Alberta. Pocklington is accused of making

Tags: Edmonton Oilers, Law and Politics

10/24/95
FORMER ACCOUNTANT TESTIFIES TYSON TRIPLED KING'S INCOME

Don King''s former accountant, Joseph Maffia, testified yesterday the promotor''s income tripled to $60M after he snared Mike Tyson as a client, but that King would still not allow any of his employee

Tags: ESPN, Law and Politics, Walt Disney

10/20/95
THE DON KING TRIAL: ESPN CALLS IT AN "EXPLOSIVE" DAY

Videotaped testimony by claims adjuster David Matthew Collett, hired by Lloyd''s of London, said boxing promoter Don King would not have been paid for money "theoretically lost" on a canceled fight in

Tags: ESPN, Law and Politics, Walt Disney

10/18/95
CHAVEZ TESTIMONY SEEN AS DAMAGING TO KING

WBC super lightweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez hit his promoter, Don King, with "damaging testimony" in the insurance fraud trial yesterday in federal district court in Manhattan, according to NEWS

Tags: ESPN, Law and Politics, Walt Disney

10/17/95
DON KING PUBLICIST TESTIFIES AGAINST HIM IN TRIAL

Gladys Rosa, a publicist and translator for Don King Productions, testified under immunity yesterday that boxer Julio Cesar Chavez never recieved $350,000 in nonrefundable training expenses for a canc

Tags: Law and Politics

10/16/95
DON KING TRIAL: ANOTHER KING ASSOCIATE GRANTED IMMUNITY

Gladys Rosa, a longtime translator and publicist for Don King Productions, asked for and was granted immunity by prosecutors Friday in exchange for her testimony. According to NEWSDAY''s Greg Logan, R

Tags: Law and Politics

10/12/95
KING TRIAL GETS TECHNICAL ON DAY TWO

ESPN''s Jimmy Roberts, outside the federal courthouse in New York, where boxing promoter Don King''s wire fraud trial entered its second day: "In the trial of such a colorful and bombastic man, Day Tw

Tags: ESPN, Law and Politics, Walt Disney

10/11/95
DON KING'S FRAUD TRIAL OPENS IN NEW YORK FEDERAL COURT

Opening arguments were delivered in the insurance and wire fraud case against boxing promoter Don King in U.S. District Court in New York yesterday. King is charged with defrauding Lloyd''s of London

Tags: ESPN, Law and Politics, Time Warner, Walt Disney

09/29/95
TWO SPORTS GROUPS LOOK TO LURE EVENTS IN L.A. AREA

In L.A., there are two different groups in the business of attracting sports events, according to Tim Deady in the current L.A. BUSINESS JOURNAL. But "the way things stand now, the Southland could be

Tags: Law and Politics, MLB, NCAA

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