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December 30, 2013 | In the MediaFrom the PROVIDENCE SUNDAY JOURNAL: "Campaign to force WPRO’s DePetro from airwaves expands to boycott by politicians" by Edward Fitzpatrick [WPRO radio personality John DePetro landed in hot water with a union coalition after criticizing a public-employee protest of pension reform. The union characterized his comments as anti-women, and DePetro has since apologized for his choice of words. Nonetheless, many state politicians, including Governor Lincoln Chafee, have joined...
July 11, 2012 |From WPRO 630's Buddy Cianci Show: "Assistant Professor of Law Zoe Argento Explains Intellectual Property Law for 38 Studios" July 11, 2012: Professor Zoe Argento spoke to WPRO radio host (and former Providence mayor) Vincent "Buddy" Cianci about the intersection of bankruptcy and intellectual property law in the controversial Curt Schilling/ 38 Studios case. For full story, click here.38 studios, argento, bankruptcy, cianci, intellectual, law, professor, Roger Williams, RWU, schilling, wpro