Former Dodgers Owner's Ex Loses Bid to Undo Settlement
Jamie McCourt had claimed that her 2011 divorce agreement with Frank McCourt should be dismantled because her ex-husband fraudulently portrayed the value of the Dodgers at below $300 million. He sold the team last year for $2.15 billion.
By Amanda Bronstad|September 11, 2013 at 11:07 PM|Originally published on Litigation Daily
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This story originally appeared in The National Law Journal, an American Lawyer affiliate.
A Los Angeles judge, relying largely on an earlier appellate decision in billionaire Ron Burkle’s divorce, has denied a bid by the ex-wife of Frank McCourt, the former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, to set aside the couple’s divorce settlement.
Jamie McCourt had claimed that the 2011 agreement should be dismantled because her ex-husband fraudulently portrayed the value of the Dodgers at below $300 million. He sold the team last year for $2.15 billion.
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