Three days before Christmas we noted that Anland North, a limited partnership controlled by Ross Perot Jr. and his Hillwood, was threatening to block some Dallas Stars and Dallas Mavericks season-ticket holders from parking in their already-paid-for parking spots at the American Airlines Center. ... More >>
It's become very clear in recent days that Ross Perot Jr. isn't about to walk away from his feud with Mark Cuban. On December 2, his attorneys notified the Fifth Court of Appeals that he intends to fight Judge Craig Smith's order tossing that suit in which Perot accuses Cuban of mismanaging the D ... More >>
On May 10, 2010, Hillwood Investment Properties' Ross Perot Jr. got the bright idea to sue Mark Cuban in Dallas County District Court, hoping to prove that the "reckless and careless" Dallas Mavericks owner had put the team $200-and-some-odd million in debt and "in imminent danger of insolvency." ... More >>
Tom Melsheimer[Update at 9:40 a.m.: Shortly after I posted this, Mark Cuban's attorney called to talk about the response to yesterday's filing. Our interview follows after the jump.]We've written about and spoken to Fish & Richardson's Tom Melsheimer on numerous occasions, most often and most ... More >>
We've written here and there about Ross Perot Jr.'s legal claims that a "reckless and careless" Mark Cuban has done an awful job of running the Dallas Mavericks .... right, Your NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks, of which Perot still owns 5 percent. Well, moments ago Tom Melsheimer, Cuban's attorney, ju ... More >>
Sam MertenBack on July 15, 2009, Ross Perot Jr.'s Hillwood Center Partners sued Mark Cuban (and the Dallas Mavericks) over money made from the American Airlines Center, with Perot insisting that the AAC's profits weren't going to partners (including Perot, who still owns a 5-percent stake in the ... More >>
On April 23, ESPNDallas ran a piece in which Mark Cuban announced he'd become an investor in the start-up United Football League, co-founded by Bill Hambrecht -- the man who took Apple and Google, among others, public. Said the Dallas Mavericks' owner at the time, he didn't want to invest in a fr ... More >>
Hicks in October, when he told all of the U.K. that the sale of Liverpool was an "epic swindle."Moment after a Dallas court date that cleared the way for the sale of Liverpool FC to New England Sports Ventures, attorneys representing Tom Hicks called it an "extraordinary swindle" and vowed to "ap ... More >>
Tom Hicks on SkyNews over the weekendFollowing Friday's hearing at the George Allen, Tom Hicks's attorney in the Liverpool FC case, Fish & Richardson's Steve Stodghill, issued a press release announcing that Hicks and George Gillett's attorneys would "apply all of their legal energies toward ... More >>
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