And the Court Documents/Disposition, which the Plantiff desired sealed. From the story- "During the deposition, Sammons said his hospital charged patients $69 per minute of emergency room time and marked up prices for some medical supplies at a rate of 3 1/2 times what they cost the hospital. He was asked how the hospital decided on its pricing."
The attorney wanted the Disposition from the CFO sealed, but the prevailing party thought it was more important to be made public.
Basically, it's turning into a Pay-Per-View concept. It makes sense... Liberty Media is a major investor in Pay-Per-View concept, and even recently acquired Barnes & Noble, shortly after the Nook was made available.
I guess this is why it's important to reform copyright law in such a way that culture doesn't have a toll-booth every 1/2 mile.
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