Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Now, It's Shelly Sterling Heading To Court


Shelly, it's your turn...

She will go to probate court to seek an emergency order for a hearing so a judge can confirm that, as representing the Sterling Family Trust, she is the one who can sell the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer and that her estranged husband's behavior is still erratic and unrepresentative of the family on the whole.

Shelly Sterling will contend she is the sole trustee of The Sterling Family Trust, which owns the Clippers. Donald Sterling was stripped as co-trustee after, in accordance to Family Trust by-laws, two neurologists determined Donald Sterling was suffering from Alzheimer's and/or dementia and could, therefore, be considered to be “mentally incapacitated.”

Shelly Sterling’s lawyers will ask to confirm the trust by-laws as they are written so the sale can go forward. Donald Sterling can present his side and can appeal any decision in the chain.

“We expect to oppose Shelly’s efforts to take over the trust and sell the team without (Donald Sterling’s) consent,” Maxwell Blecher said in an email to CBS News.

Of course, you do...

Here's the early ideas from when Donald Sterling decided to take his next step...

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