The former owners of an NBA outfit have sued New Hampshire Insurance Company. In the lawsuit, Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC claim that there was a breach of contract involving settlement claims by Danny Ferry. Ferry, is the former general manager of the group. The former owners also included Bruce Levenson as the controlling partner. However, the suit does not include the current ownership of the group. The current owner’s spokesperson said that they are aware of the complaints, but the principle parties no longer have ties with the team.
The suit was filed in the Superior Court of Futon County. The breach of contract, as well as insurance bad faith claims against the company, also relate to employment practices. This lawsuit has been seen by analysts as just a representation of the many conflicts that usually go unreported among teams that participate in the NBA.
Bruce Levenson’s Background
Bruce Levenson is a former owner of the NBA outfit, Atlanta Hawks. He is also the co-founder of United Communications Group. Although most people know him for his time at the helm of Atlanta Hawks, http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/11493472/jason-whitlock-bruce-levenson-atlanta-hawks, he has been involved in many other companies in his career. For instance, he wrote for both the Observer Publishing and the Washington Star. His articles were widely read and that is how he created a following that made him a household name in the entire US.
Apart from writing, Bruce Levenson was a director of TechTarget Inc. and a board member of the Newsletter and Publishers Association. As the president of I have a dream foundation, Bruce Levenson got involved in many charity programs and philanthropy. He schooled at the Washington University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree before joining the American University for a J.D. He says that, he has enjoyed every bit of his remarkable career.