The legal battle between Charles Hurwitz and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., which has raged for a dozen years in Houston, moved to New Orleans last week. But lawyers for the FDIC and Houston-based Maxxam Inc., where Hurwitz is chairman and chief executive officer, weren’t in New Orleans to eat gumbo or hear some jazz.

On Aug. 7, they were there to argue Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. v. Charles E. Hurwitz, et al. before a three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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