Insurance Claim Heads To Court For Bruce Levenson And His Fellow Former Hawks Owners
Levenson and his fellow former Hawks owners, including business partner Ed Peskowitz have now been forced to take their insurance claim with insurance giant AIG to a Fulton County Court in a bid to complete the process of executing their claim; the insurance giant has so far failed to respond to the claim made against the a workplace policy over the termination of the contract of Danny Ferry.
Bruce Levenson and his fellow former Hawks owners made the decision to appoint Danny Ferry to the position of General Manager with the NBA franchise in 2012 in a period when the team made great leaps towards the top of the NBA standings. After Bruce Levenson announced the sale of the Hawks franchise would take place in 2015, and asked Goldman Sachs and Inner Circle Sports to handle the sale Ferry made comments the legal team for Bruce Levenson believe should have resulted in a constructive dismissal claim being paid by AIG.
In the course of recent years Bruce Levenson has been exploring many different aspects of his life and philanthropic career as he has been looking for new experiences, including taking many trips with his wife Karen as an adventure traveler. In December 2015 reports Forbes.com, Bruce Levenson was fresh from selling the NBA franchise to Tony Ressler and embarked upon a new period of his life by acting as the co-chair of the Kennedy Center for the Arts Ball Against Hate, which honored those named by the Anti Defamation League for their work to end bigotry.