Bruce Levenson may not own the Atlanta Hawks anymore but due to a disagreement from when he was the owner he is suing New Hampshire Insurance Company for a breach of contract and insurance bad faith. Losses believed to be covered were not, and Levenson demands justice. Atlanta Hawks current owners are well aware of the law suit but want it clearly understood they are not involved in any way.
The lawsuit says that the insurance company refuses to acknowledge that a claim was ever made and they are under no obligation to compensate for any losses. Levenson insists that not only was a claim made, it fell well within what was supposed to be covered by the policy and believes time, and the courts, will prove him right. James J. Leonard, attorney with Barnes &Thornburg LLP says the claim speaks for itself and then declined to comment any further or give more detail.
Forbes billionaire Bruce Levenson leads a very busy life and has the determination and drive to succeed where others may fail. Since early February in 2015 he has been Director of Tech Target Inc., and has also served on the Board of Directors with Newsletter and Electronic Publishers Association. Also affiliated with United Communications Group, Inc., BIA Digital Partners II, L.P., and Washington University in St. Louis to name just a few, Levenson still finds time to put his keen edge to work for other worthy causes.
He is a past president of the “I Have a Dream Foundation” and has used his philanthropic skills to the betterment of others before. Based in Atlanta, Georgia this Southerner looks like he’s got a very good grip on life and how to make a success of it. Following the career path of men like Bruce Levenson and others like him can be considered an education on how to make it in the real world.