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...in April sued board members over a recapitalization deal with billionaire Ron Burkle's Yucaipa Cos. Morgan hotels include the Delano, Mondrian and Shore Club...
Lawyers from Covington, Katten Muchin, and Milbank were watching closely Wednesday as owners of the National Basketball Association's 30 teams voted against a $625 million deal that would have sent t
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Jeffrey Koewler, a corporate partner at the largest firm in California's capital city, is seeking to find a new buyer for the NBA's Sacramento Kings in order to prevent the franchise from leaving tow
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...The network's investors included funds controlled by Los Angeles billionaire Ron Burkle and San Francisco money manager Richard Blum, according to a 2008 Securities...
...years in family law actions against billionaire businessmen Donald Bren and Ronald Burkle. The case decided Thursday stems from a divorce action against former shipping...
Martin Bienenstock and his former bankruptcy colleagues from Dewey & LeBoeuf have filed papers listing their new hourly billing rates at Proskauer Rose, which has assumed the role of counsel to MF Gl
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Barnes & Noble Inc. founder Leonard Riggio agreed to pay $29 million to settle investors' claims that he wrongfully pushed the biggest U.S. bookstore chain to acquire his college textbook firm, lawye
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