Raij Discusses How Donald Sterling Could Tie Clippers Sale Up in Court

30 April 2014 Los Angeles Times News

Los Angeles Times

Partner Irwin Raij was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article published on April 30, 2014, titled "Donald Sterling Could Tie Clippers Sale Up in Court." The article explained the steps that Clippers Owner Donald Sterling could take to oppose a potential forced sale of the team, which could include seeking an immediate injunction and filing a suit raising a breach of contract or antitrust claims. Raij said an injunction would place the team under the management and control of the commissioner until the legal dispute is resolved.

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