January 25, 2011 |
Frank McCourt might have to become business partners with his ex-wife in order to keep the Dodgers in the family, her attorneys said Tuesday. With the Dodgers set to report to spring training in three weeks, the legal battle to determine who owns the team is about to envelop a second season. After a procedural court hearing Tuesday, attorneys for Jamie McCourt said they would soon assert what they said were her rights as co-owner of the team. "That is not to say she is going to appear on the first day of the season and say, 'I'm here; I'm firing people,' " her attorney Dennis Wasser said.
September 24, 1989 |
IT IS SUNDAY morning in the middle of nowhere--Bloomington, Ill., actually--and Steve Garvey has a little time to kill. He's sitting in his hotel room, talking about baseball, particularly about his swing. It wasn't so much a swing, really, as a ritual. He eagerly hops off the bed and offers a demonstration. Stepping to the imaginary plate, he raises his right hand to his invisible helmet and then tugs gently--almost daintily--at the front of his shirt as he settles into his batting stance.
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August 10, 2006 |
The lawyer for Kirk Kerkorian's former wife filed suit Wednesday against the billionaire investor's attorneys, alleging that they illegally wiretapped his telephone calls with his client during the divorce proceedings.
December 5, 1989 |
Woods Separates From New Wife: Actor James Woods has filed for a legal separation from his wife of five months, Sarah Marie Owen, court papers showed Monday. Woods, star of such films as "True Believer," "Salvador" and "The Onion Field," married Owen on July 2. They were separated Nov. 6, according to papers filed Friday by attorney Dennis Wasser. The petition, which cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the breakup, said all property had been divided under a separate agreement.
December 4, 1989 |
Actor James Woods has filed for a legal separation from his wife of five months, Sarah Marie Owen, court papers showed today. Wood, star of such films as "Immediate Family," "True Believer" and "Salvador," married Owen on July 2. They were separated Nov. 6, according to papers filed Friday by attorney Dennis Wasser. The petition, which cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the breakup, said all property had been divided under a separate written agreement.
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November 15, 2001 |
Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman have reached an agreement on how to divide their marital property and share custody of their two children. "It's a done deal," said Cruise's lawyer, Dennis Wasser, as he left the Los Angeles courtroom of Superior Court Judge Lee Edmon on Wednesday afternoon. Details are confidential, Wasser added, and the court file has been sealed, so it could not be immediately learned how the couple had agreed to divide their fortune, estimated at more than $150 million.