A lawsuit has been filed against the New Hampshire Insurance Company by the Atlanta Hawks Basketball and entertainment. This was as a result of a breach of contract that involved the settlement of claims from Danny Ferry, the former general manager.
Hawks former ownership was inclusive of the controlling partner Bruce Levenson but never involved the current Hawks ownership group led by Mr. Tony Ressler. On 22nd June 2015, Hawks and Ferry ownership came to an undisclosed buyout agreement ending a relationship that had begun with a six-year, $18 million contract as from the year 2012. It was after two days that came to the sale approval of the franchise to Ressler’s group. According to the court documents processed, the amount of claim was kept confidential. The lawsuit also stated occurrence of a breach of contract in any case of failure to pay for any losses incurred in the event of settlement.
Mr. Bruce Levenson is a former team owner to an NBA club, philanthropist* (read more on PR Newswire) and a very successful American businessman. Levenson was also amongst the co-founders of the Atlanta Hawks, a body that owns, manages and operates the Atalanta basketball team. Since the year 2004, Bruce has also played the Governor role of the Hawks on the basketball board of directors; http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/11493472/jason-whitlock-bruce-levenson-atlanta-hawks. He is also on the board of directors as well as the founding board of publicly traded technology target and the media company for information and technology.
Mr. Levenson was born on 1st October 1949 in Washington DC by a Jewish family and later grew up in Maryland. Bruce enrolled at the Washington University College at Saint Louis where he pursued his degree in law. It is during this very same period that Levenson began his journalism career at the Washington Star. Bruce has been married to Karen Boyarsky, and they have been blessed with three children. Mr. Bruce Levenson is currently 67years. Visit his personal website: brucelevenson.com.