The Former Owners Of Hawks Sue AIG

The former ownership group of the Hawks NBA franchise, The Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC (AHBE), has sued New Hampshire Insurance Company (AIG) for breaching a contract that involves the settlement of a claim that was made by the former general manager, Danny Ferry.

AHBE includes the controlling manager Bruce Levenson. The Hawks ownership group led by Tony Resslerts who currently owns the Hawks franchise is not participating in the lawsuit.

The lawsuit is a civil action for insurance bad faith and breach of contract and filed in the Superior Court of Fulton County.

ABHE claims it was insured by AIG to cover certain losses that are related to their employment practices, they include but are not limited to the acts of “Workplace Torts” and “Wrongful Termination.” According to the documents presented in court, on April 2, 2015, AIG was given notice by AHBE. The amount of claim in question is confidential. The lawsuit states that the policy’s limits of liability are sufficient to play the application. According to, in the lawsuit, AIG is said to have refused to acknowledge the claim made and have not admitted that AHBE has triggered the policy.

ABHE’s controlling partner, Mr. Bruce Levenson, co-founded United Communication Group (UGC). Mr. Levenson also owns Atlanta Spirit, LLC. Before founding UCG, he was a writer at Observer Publishing and Washington Star. Since 2015, he has served as a director at TechTarget Inc and Mr. Levenson also served as a director at the Newsletter and Electronics Publishers Association.

Mr. Bruce Levenson is involved in numerous philanthropic initiatives like Community Foundation of Washington, D.C. He has also been president for “I Have a Dream Foundation.” in Washington. Mr. Levenson completed his Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis and graduated from law school at American University.


Why Wikipedia’s Bureaucracy is Unfavorable to Editors

Internet harassment exists everywhere. Huge online platforms such as Wikipedia have not been spared either. A recent email written by a Wikipedia editor clearly depicts the difficulties faced by people on online forums. It also highlights the need for online platforms to enhance a safe web community. The editor published the email because he felt he had reached a point that he couldn’t control his displeasure any more.

According to the Wikipedia consultant, he has repeatedly been referred to as an obsessive and violent man. He has not been given a listening ear. All he has received have been incessant lectures about policies and bureaucratic steps. The email was copied to the Wikimedia Foundation, which is Wikipedia’s parent body. In the letter, the disgruntled editor spells out his fruitless efforts to publish articles on Wikipedia and the frustrations that he faced.

After disagreeing with the administrators of the page, he was allegedly blocked. This experience making a Wikipedia article left him on the verge of suicide since he had spent endless hours researching about the article. The administrators simply dismissed it without going through it. On top of that, he was referred to as an obsessive character. Following the editor’s allegations, other contributors have also raised their concern over similar cases that have happened to them when they tried to make a new Wiki page in the past. It has emerged that name calling is common not only on Wikipedia but many other online platforms. The article was originally posted on Tech.Mic

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