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March 12, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
Libby Keck was distraught as she stood in the conservatory of her $42-million, treasure-filled Bel-Air mansion. "Look at that!" she shrieked. "Yes, ma'am," her bodyguard and chauffeur, Roger Paine, replied hesitantly. Sensing his uncertainty, Keck led him by the hand to a painting and ran his fingers across its surface. It was as smooth as glass. Paine knew right away that it was no Impressionistic oil painting but a high-quality color photograph. "Well, hell!
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June 4, 1990 | From United Press International
Keck Divorce Case Request Fails: A Los Angeles Superior Court judge refused to grant a preliminary order disqualifying a Los Angeles law firm, Trope & Trope, from representing Elizabeth Avery Keck in her divorce proceeding against Howard B. Keck Sr., whose father founded Superior Oil Co. The order was sought in a legal malpractice suit filed by the couple's son, oil heir Howard B. Keck Jr.
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June 4, 1990 | From United Press International
Keck Divorce Case Request Fails: A Los Angeles Superior Court judge refused to grant a preliminary order disqualifying a Los Angeles law firm, Trope & Trope, from representing Elizabeth Avery Keck in her divorce proceeding against Howard B. Keck Sr., whose father founded Superior Oil Co. The order was sought in a legal malpractice suit filed by the couple's son, oil heir Howard B. Keck Jr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 12, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
Libby Keck was distraught as she stood in the conservatory of her $42-million, treasure-filled Bel-Air mansion. "Look at that!" she shrieked. "Yes, ma'am," her bodyguard and chauffeur, Roger Paine, replied hesitantly. Sensing his uncertainty, Keck led him by the hand to a painting and ran his fingers across its surface. It was as smooth as glass. Paine knew right away that it was no Impressionistic oil painting but a high-quality color photograph. "Well, hell!
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