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Editor: Gerry W. Beyer
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Friday, July 4, 2014

Sterling Case May Be Headed to Federal Court

SterlingAs I have previously discussed, Donald Sterling and Shelly Sterling are currently in a legal dispute over Donald being deemed mentally unfit as trustee of the family trust, which may affect Shelly’s deal to sell the Clippers. Now, Donald has filed to have the case removed from probate court to a Federal district court. Shelly’s side views this as a move to delay the proceedings, but Donald is claiming jurisdiction issues in his argument to have the case removed.  The case was scheduled to proceed in probate court on Monday.

See Steve Almasy, Donald Sterling Wants L.A. Clippers Trial Moved to Federal Court, CNN, July 4, 2014.

Special thanks to Professor Adam Hirsch (University of San Diego) for bringing this article to my attention. 


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