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Thursday, October 14, 2010
New Sports Illustrated Column on Liverpool Sale and Tom Hicks

I have a new column on how the Red Sox ownership group is trying to buy Liverpool from a bank that loaned money to former Texas Rangers owners and Liverpool owner Tom Hicks. British and Texas courts have reached contradictory decisions on whether this sale should go through. Which country's courts should trump? Please read the column to find out.



Blogger shipra -- 10/15/2010 12:48 AM  

Thanks for finally posting something about this here. I've been checking daily for some time. (Although I never thought to search the SI site.) The live-blogging from the hearing this morning was pretty exciting. And it looks like the saga will continue notwithstanding this afternoon's RBS deadline.

This would make a great case study for law students, (and, apparently, for attorneys), since the choice-of-law provisions seem to be inadequate.

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