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January 15, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Newport Beach anesthesiologist and his wife had agreed to divorce, but there were a few snags. He wanted to quit his practice to become a professor at a medical school but was afraid he could not afford spousal support if he took a 50% cut in pay. She was worried about losing the payments if she remarried.
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January 15, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Newport Beach anesthesiologist and his wife had agreed to divorce, but there were a few snags. He wanted to quit his practice to become a professor at a medical school but was afraid he could not afford spousal support if he took a 50% cut in pay. She was worried about losing the payments if she remarried.
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February 12, 1987 | ROBERT HANLEY
Ringler Associates Inc., a Newport Beach settlement annuity brokerage firm, said Wednesday that it will merge with English & Associates Inc. of Santa Ana. Settlement annuity brokerage firms--Ringler is one of the nation's largest--negotiate long-term payment of damages in lawsuits with the plaintiffs and then find insurance companies willing to handle the payments on behalf of the defendants by setting up insurance annuity plans.
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December 19, 1999
* Larry C. Mount, general counsel of Edison Capital in Irvine, has been elected senior vice president, effective Jan. 1. Mount joined Edison Capital in 1995 as senior counsel and was later named vice president and general counsel. Before joining the company, Mount was a partner at McDermott & Trayner and an attorney with Southern California Edison. Edison Capital is a subsidiary of Edison International. * Charlie Bunten has joined Ebuilt Inc. in Irvine as president and chief operating officer.
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December 5, 1995 | DAVAN MAHARAJ and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In a case in which Orange County grand jurors and federal prosecutors found no wrongdoing, a few top county officials secretly made a deal to pay $10 million to the family of a sheriff's deputy slain by a fellow officer during an impromptu training exercise on Christmas Day two years ago.
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September 1, 1985 | HEIDI EVANS, Times Staff Writer
Philip Kane gave a lot of thought to becoming an instant millionaire--then decided against it. The former maintenance man could have received almost $1 million in cash to settle his personal injury case after he fell 30 feet from a ladder while changing light bulbs atop a 55-story high rise in downtown Los Angeles.
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