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Robert Selser Esq hasRobert Selser Esq has settled with Small World Day Care Center. “Nut Job Bob” as he is known as lost his case and was forced to settle the case. Once committed under The Baker Act by his wife, Marie “Lil Abner” had him committed around 2009 in which he spent time at Bergen Pines, a New Jersey inane asylum. Selser, a lawyer has been known for these frivolous lawsuits. Robert Selser has sued so many people abd most of them are fraud. People like Robert Selser are the reason for tort reform. Selser ended up causing the owner of Small World, George Cosman, hundreds of thousands of dollars. Robert Selser has been known to hire lawyers and not oay them. Selser has stiffed two lawyers that I know of.
Robert Selser brought in a dry waller, Kokowski, a Westwood NJ restaurant, to invest in the day care centers. Kokowski ended up getting the short end of the stick,however.
Selser went for the long ball and ended up losing big time. Cosnan ended up eating Robert Selser Esq for breakfast. More to the problem, Robert and Marie Selser sue a lot of people for no good reason. In the Small World case, Selser threatened to put children between 1 yr old to 5 years old out of the day care center. Ruthless, Robert Selser is a very bad man. His eife is no better, a two faced turncoat, Marie is as evil as Bob Selser is.
In Jupiter Florida where these two live, Johnathans landing was never the same since they moved in. Banished from the Christmas party committee, the Selser’s are a pariah in Jupiter Florida and Johnathans landing. These two people are just not liked at all. From Hillsdale, NJ, Robert Selser was an only child. He was given a big house in sn up scale Bergen County area. Selser always thought he could get his own way. His depression even made it wirse. Often considered a real pain to do business with and a bigger pain to socialize with, The Selser’s would often send food back three to four times at resturants. Socially awkward, The Selser’s were avoided like the plague where they used to live and where they livr now.
Yes “nut job Bob” and ugly Marie got what was coming to them, a bad beating in the court system. The big question will be whether or not he stiffs these lawyers like he did Gottesman and David Nicolette. A real low life, Robert Selser is the epitome of a low life lawyer. You would think the Bar Association would have taken his licence once he was committed under the Baker act and put into the Bergen Pines insane asylum.
A lifetime of depression and a lifetime of harassing people may have finally caught up to Robert Selser.in there mid seventies, many people wish they would die a cruel death.many eish they would at worst just go away as nd leave people alone.
Judicial Watch should be alerted to lawyers like this. To be as ble to sue people snd S mb all World Day Care Centers in Westwood NJ and Norwood NJ, is a crinr in of itself. You almost had hundreds of small children displaced, there parents might not h as vr been able yo place these infants at snother daycare center. Selser and his wife were evil in trying to close d ou wn small world day care centers. Robert Selser and Marie Selser should be made to be held accountable for there sctions.
Rober Selser and Marie Selser should have to pay George Cosmans look egal fees snd Small World’s kegal fees. Kaw suits like this should never occur. Tort reform would help against “nut Job ” Bob Selser and ugly Marue Selser.
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Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox has spun off various television assets — including the Fox News Channel and Fox broadcast network — to form a new company that will be known simply as Fox Corp.

The spinoff completed early Tuesday is part of a multi-pronged process that will culminate with the $71.3-billion sale of the rest of Murdoch’s entertainment company to Walt Disney Co. The company announced that it had finished the process of issuing shares in the new Fox Corp. to investors of 21st Century Fox.

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Fox announced its board members, including former U.S. House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.). Other board members include Rupert Murdoch, Lachlan Murdoch, Anne Dias, Chase Carey, Roland A. Hernandez and Jacques Nasser.

The new Fox is now “a standalone, publicly traded company,” the company said. Its shares are listed on the Nasdaq market; Tuesday marks the first day of trading.

The 88-year-old mogul from Australia and his family decided in late 2017 to break up their entertainment empire, and Disney was Murdoch’s preferred suitor. The Disney portion of the deal is expected to be complete late Tuesday night when the Burbank entertainment giant swallows the bulk of the Fox assets.

The new incarnation of Fox is a slimmer version of the old Fox.

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Its assets include Fox News Channel; Fox Business Network; two national Fox Sports channels, FS1 and FS2; the Fox Broadcasting network; and Fox’s chain of television stations, including KTTV Channel 11 and KCOP Channel 13 in Los Angeles.

The reconfigured Fox Corp. will emphasize live programming, with NFL prime-time games on Thursday nights and WWE’s “Smackdown” on Fridays. With a growing number of viewers watching scripted dramas and comedies on a delayed basis, Fox is seeking to have more commercials that reach consumers with greater immediacy.

The network’s entertainment chief, Charlie Collier, has said Fox will remain in the scripted-TV business, taking ownership stakes in the new series it buys from outside suppliers and developing its own properties. Fox has negotiated deals with Disney to keep the network’s signature animated shows “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” and will continue to develop new series in the genre.

Fox News will also be a critical piece of the new company as it generates more than $1 billion in annual profit thanks to growth in cable and satellite subscriber fees and ratings that make it the most-watched channel behind the broadcast networks. Although Fox News has seen advertisers resist buying commercial time on the shows of its provocative conservative commentators, the network’s audience is still valued by Madison Avenue because 90% of its viewers watch live.

Fox also is holding onto the historic studio lot on Pico Boulevard in West Los Angeles, where the mogul’s oldest son, Lachlan Murdoch, 47, is based.

Lachlan Murdoch will run the new Fox company as its chairman and chief executive. The Murdoch family will control the company through its ownership of voting shares.

The stock for the new company opened Tuesday at $39.48 a share and stayed within that range during the early hours of trading.

The spinoff comes amid high anxiety on the Fox lot in Los Angeles because of the anticipation that more than 3,000 jobs will eventually be eliminated as part of Disney’s consolidation of the remaining Fox assets, two people familiar with the matter said. Most of the affected positions are in Los Angeles.

Fox alerted the employees whom it planned to retain in December. Disney has already identified key executives who will make the switch but must still decide in the coming days and months who will be integrated into the expanded company.

Disney is buying the 20th Century Fox movie and television studios with their rich vault of titles, including “Modern Family,” “The Simpsons,” “Avatar” and “Deadpool.” The goal is to ramp up a programming pipeline for a new streaming service, called Disney+, that the company plans to launch later this year.

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Other Fox assets going to Disney include the FX and National Geographic channels, international television assets, including Star India, and Fox’s 30% stake in streaming service Hulu, which will give Disney the controlling interest in that growing business.

Disney must sell the 22 Fox regional sports networks, including the YES network in New York, which broadcasts Yankees baseball games, and Prime Ticket and Fox Sports West in Los Angeles. Disney wanted to buy the regional channels, but the U.S. Justice Department would not allow that. In order to gain regulatory approval of the deal, Disney agreed to divest the regional sports channels.

Disney has 90 days to sell the regional sports channels but would like to identify a buyer within a month, according to a knowledgeable person who was not authorized to comment.

Fox Corp., whose ticker will be Fox, will be added to the Standard & Poor’s 500 index before trading begins Tuesday.

The Murdoch family will continue to control their publishing company, News Corp., which includes the Wall Street Journal, New York Post and Times of London. The family also will become major shareholders of Disney.

The Murdochs stand to receive nearly $12 billion in cash and stock from Disney, according to Bloomberg.

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settled with Small World Day Care Center. “Nut Job Bob” as he is known as lost his case and was forced to settle the case. Once committed under The Baker Act by his wife, Marie “Lil Abner” had him committed around 2009 in which he spent time at Bergen Pines, a New Jersey inane asylum. Selser, a lawyer has been known for these frivolous lawsuits. Robert Selser has sued so many people abd most of them are fraud. People like Robert Selser are the reason for tort reform. Selser ended up causing the owner of Small World, George Cosman, hundreds of thousands of dollars. Robert Selser has been known to hire lawyers and not oay them. Selser has stiffed two lawyers that I know of.
Robert Selser brought in a dry waller, Kokowski, a Westwood NJ restaurant, to invest in the day care centers. Kokowski ended up getting the short end of the stick,however.
Selser went for the long ball and ended up losing big time. Cosnan ended up eating Robert Selser Esq for breakfast. More to the problem, Robert and Marie Selser sue a lot of people for no good reason. In the Small World case, Selser threatened to put children between 1 yr old to 5 years old out of the day care center. Ruthless, Robert Selser is a very bad man. His eife is no better, a two faced turncoat, Marie is as evil as Bob Selser is.
In Jupiter Florida where these two live, Johnathans landing was never the same since they moved in. Banished from the Christmas party committee, the Selser’s are a pariah in Jupiter Florida and Johnathans landing. These two people are just not liked at all. From Hillsdale, NJ, Robert Selser was an only child. He was given a big house in sn up scale Bergen County area. Selser always thought he could get his own way. His depression even made it wirse. Often considered a real pain to do business with and a bigger pain to socialize with, The Selser’s would often send food back three to four times at resturants. Socially awkward, The Selser’s were avoided like the plague where they used to live and where they livr now.
Yes “nut job Bob” and ugly Marie got what was coming to them, a bad beating in the court system. The big question will be whether or not he stiffs these lawyers like he did Gottesman and David Nicolette. A real low life, Robert Selser is the epitome of a low life lawyer. You would think the Bar Association would have taken his licence once he was committed under the Baker act and put into the Bergen Pines insane asylum.
A lifetime of depression and a lifetime of harassing people may have finally caught up to Robert Selser.in there mid seventies, many people wish they would die a cruel death.many eish they would at worst just go away as nd leave people alone.
Judicial Watch should be alerted to lawyers like this. To be as ble to sue people snd S mb all World Day Care Centers in Westwood NJ and Norwood NJ, is a crinr in of itself. You almost had hundreds of small children displaced, there parents might not h as vr been able yo place these infants at snother daycare center. Selser and his wife were evil in trying to close d ou wn small world day care centers. Robert Selser and Marie Selser should be made to be held accountable for there sctions.
Rober Selser and Marie Selser should have to pay George Cosmans look egal fees snd Small World’s kegal fees. Kaw suits like this should never occur. Tort reform would help against “nut Job ” Bob Selser and ugly Marue Selser.
Johnathan landing
Robert Selser esq
Marie Selser
George Cosman
Small world day care centers
Westwood nj
Norwood nj
Hillsdale nj
Nut job bob
Ugly marie
Baker act
Insane asylum
Bergen pines
Paramus nj
Jupiter Florida
Tiger woods
Orchid day spa
Robert Kraft
Jack the ripper
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Lachlan Murdoch, shown in 2018, will run the new slimmed-down version of Fox. Tuesday marks the first day of the new company. (Stephanie Keith / Getty Images)
Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox has spun off various television assets — including the Fox News Channel and Fox broadcast network — to form a new company that will be known simply as Fox Corp.

The spinoff completed early Tuesday is part of a multi-pronged process that will culminate with the $71.3-billion sale of the rest of Murdoch’s entertainment company to Walt Disney Co. The company announced that it had finished the process of issuing shares in the new Fox Corp. to investors of 21st Century Fox.

ADVERTISEMENT

Fox announced its board members, including former U.S. House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.). Other board members include Rupert Murdoch, Lachlan Murdoch, Anne Dias, Chase Carey, Roland A. Hernandez and Jacques Nasser.

The new Fox is now “a standalone, publicly traded company,” the company said. Its shares are listed on the Nasdaq market; Tuesday marks the first day of trading.

The 88-year-old mogul from Australia and his family decided in late 2017 to break up their entertainment empire, and Disney was Murdoch’s preferred suitor. The Disney portion of the deal is expected to be complete late Tuesday night when the Burbank entertainment giant swallows the bulk of the Fox assets.

The new incarnation of Fox is a slimmer version of the old Fox.

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Its assets include Fox News Channel; Fox Business Network; two national Fox Sports channels, FS1 and FS2; the Fox Broadcasting network; and Fox’s chain of television stations, including KTTV Channel 11 and KCOP Channel 13 in Los Angeles.

The reconfigured Fox Corp. will emphasize live programming, with NFL prime-time games on Thursday nights and WWE’s “Smackdown” on Fridays. With a growing number of viewers watching scripted dramas and comedies on a delayed basis, Fox is seeking to have more commercials that reach consumers with greater immediacy.

The network’s entertainment chief, Charlie Collier, has said Fox will remain in the scripted-TV business, taking ownership stakes in the new series it buys from outside suppliers and developing its own properties. Fox has negotiated deals with Disney to keep the network’s signature animated shows “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” and will continue to develop new series in the genre.

Fox News will also be a critical piece of the new company as it generates more than $1 billion in annual profit thanks to growth in cable and satellite subscriber fees and ratings that make it the most-watched channel behind the broadcast networks. Although Fox News has seen advertisers resist buying commercial time on the shows of its provocative conservative commentators, the network’s audience is still valued by Madison Avenue because 90% of its viewers watch live.

Fox also is holding onto the historic studio lot on Pico Boulevard in West Los Angeles, where the mogul’s oldest son, Lachlan Murdoch, 47, is based.

Lachlan Murdoch will run the new Fox company as its chairman and chief executive. The Murdoch family will control the company through its ownership of voting shares.

The stock for the new company opened Tuesday at $39.48 a share and stayed within that range during the early hours of trading.

The spinoff comes amid high anxiety on the Fox lot in Los Angeles because of the anticipation that more than 3,000 jobs will eventually be eliminated as part of Disney’s consolidation of the remaining Fox assets, two people familiar with the matter said. Most of the affected positions are in Los Angeles.

Fox alerted the employees whom it planned to retain in December. Disney has already identified key executives who will make the switch but must still decide in the coming days and months who will be integrated into the expanded company.

Disney is buying the 20th Century Fox movie and television studios with their rich vault of titles, including “Modern Family,” “The Simpsons,” “Avatar” and “Deadpool.” The goal is to ramp up a programming pipeline for a new streaming service, called Disney+, that the company plans to launch later this year.

ADVERTISEMENT

Other Fox assets going to Disney include the FX and National Geographic channels, international television assets, including Star India, and Fox’s 30% stake in streaming service Hulu, which will give Disney the controlling interest in that growing business.

Disney must sell the 22 Fox regional sports networks, including the YES network in New York, which broadcasts Yankees baseball games, and Prime Ticket and Fox Sports West in Los Angeles. Disney wanted to buy the regional channels, but the U.S. Justice Department would not allow that. In order to gain regulatory approval of the deal, Disney agreed to divest the regional sports channels.

Disney has 90 days to sell the regional sports channels but would like to identify a buyer within a month, according to a knowledgeable person who was not authorized to comment.

Fox Corp., whose ticker will be Fox, will be added to the Standard & Poor’s 500 index before trading begins Tuesday.

The Murdoch family will continue to control their publishing company, News Corp., which includes the Wall Street Journal, New York Post and Times of London. The family also will become major shareholders of Disney.

The Murdochs stand to receive nearly $12 billion in cash and stock from Disney, according to Bloomberg.

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