Would this be legal? Not that I'm advocating that sort of behavior, just wondering...as-is, it seems we barely own anything and are just borrowing it from the company...
This layoff may have huge implications. That's because the university's IT services agreement with HCL can be leveraged by any institution in the 10-campus University of California system, which serves some 240,000 students and employs some 190,000 faculty and staff.
Right. Comcast (allegedly) rips off the consumers and the state fills its pockets with another 100 million dollars of taxpayers funds paid via Comcast. That's just fucking fantastic.
According to KOMO News, the lawsuit is seeking more than $73 million in restitution to pay back Service Protection Plan subscriber payments; full restitution for all service calls that applied an improper resolution code, estimated to be at least $1 million...
I could be reading it incorrectly, but it seems that (if the state wins) >$73M+$1M goes directly to the customers.
IANAL, but I would guess (???) that if the money *didn't* go back to the subscribers/taxpayers, then they could turn around and file a class action (though again, my understanding is that the subscribers will be getting a fair chunk of the $100M if they win).
Bus error -- please leave by the rear door.