Kentucky Supreme Court Domain Hearing Today at 11AM ET

by , Oct 22, 2009 | 5:42 am

The Kentucky Supreme Court will be holding a hearing at 11am ET today regarding the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s efforts in seizing 141 domain names. A live stream of the arguments will be available on the Supreme Court site for those wanting to watch the proceedings, with updates available over at the Poker Players Alliance website. iMEGA’s site should also have their own analysis of the proceedings this afternoon.

For those interested, video of the hearing is now available below:


5 Comments to “Kentucky Supreme Court Domain Hearing Today at 11AM ET”


  1. DanM
    says:

    Watching it right now. It gets pretty darn fascinating about 15 minutes in. I’m hooked on this reality show.


  2. DanM
    says:

    The justice talking at 11:25 makes me think I’m watching a late episode of the Andy Griffith Show.


  3. Kevin Mathers
    says:

    It looks like if the Commonwealth of Kentucky won, Full Tilt Poker’s domain can’t be seized, according to this article on Pokernews:

    http://www.pokernews.com/news/2009/10/full-tilt-poker-sotware-partners-win-two-cases-7435.htm


  4. Zero
    says:

    Clonie info in that link also:

    In addition to winning its case against Kentucky, Full Tilt Poker provider Tiltware, LLC also scored a victory against former Full Tilt Poker pro Clonie Gowen, who had previously sued the defendants for violating an oral agreement. Gowen asked for $40 million in damages but was denied by the courts. Having failed to prove her case against Tiltware and its co-defendents, including Full Tilt Poker pro Howard Lederer, Gowen filed to amend her complaint but was once again denied by U.S. District Judge Robert C. Jones. Although the judge ruled in favor of the defendants by denying Gowen’s attempt to have the case reconsidered, he did offer her the chance to be heard one last time. She has until October 29, 2009, to have the case heard a third and final time.


  5. DanM
    says:

    yeah, this is the stuff i’m not sure is accurate.