June 2015 marked the end of the ownership of the Atlanta Hawks for Bruce Levenson after his Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment group finalized the sale of the NBA franchise to a consortium led by Tony Ressler, reports Forbes.com; in the days and months leading up to the sale of Hawks, General Manager Danny Ferry’s actions and comments were the subject of negotiations between Levenson and insurance company AIG to test whether a workplace insurance policy had been triggered prior to a claim being made.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Bruce Levenson have now brought a legal case against AIG after they claim an agreement to complete a payout over the insurance policy was ignored by the company who have also refused to discuss the policy since the sale of the Hawks was completed. The legal case will be heard in Fulton County, where Bruce Levenson and his fellow consortium members are hoping a judge will rule in their favor over the mutual termination of the multi million dollar contract of Danny Ferry.
Bruce Levenson has been a major loss to the NBA community since his decision to sell the Atlanta Hawks was made public after he had spent a large amount of time working closely with the charitable groups the league often partners with; not only was Levenson a member of the NBA Board of Governors, but he was also major part of the committee’s organizing events for the Hoop Dreams and Make A Wish Foundations.
The basis of the claim made by Bruce Levenson and his fellow former Hawks ownership is based around the fact AIG have breached their insurance contract, but also Levenson’s lawyers have stated the group is also looking for a financial penalty to be levied against AIG for bad insurance faith.
José Borghi is the founder of the Mullen Lowe Agency. The establishment formerly was referred to as: Borghi Lowe. José Borghi is considered, undoubtedly, one of the most significant influencers in the advertising world. José Borghi is the creationist of terrific campaigns. His listing of awards, from highly prestigious organizations: seems endless. One example of José Borghi’s creative talent is his ‘Mammals of Parmalat’ campaign. With respect to the preceding campaign: Children are dressed in the form of stuffed animals. The children sing songs which prove memorable.
It appears José Borghi was destined for success within the industry of advertising. Still: José Borghi, admits that he was not certain, early on, what career to pursue.
When José Borghi was in Junior High School, his sibling, brought to his attention, a performance at the ‘Castro Neves Theater’. The idea was to assist José Borghi, which way to proceed with regard to a chosen career. The presentation at the theater was relative to commercial Vts. The preceding all received awards in Cannes. José Borghi, once viewing the performance, admits he wanted to pursue a career in advertising. In fact, he visualized attaining a winning entry with respect to the Cannes-Lions‘ event.
He went through several changes after the start of establishing his first agency which led to his co-executive position at Mullen Lowe in Brazil. Mr. Borghi is very talented. His tenure, in the lead positon of the company is the result of hard work and sacrifices.
When he began his career, he was under-capitalized–meaning zero funds, and had no investors. However, persistence and determination paid off: and he was soon recognized, with regard to his amazing talent, by some of the industry’s top advertising professionals. The fact Mr. Borghi is customer-centric is apparent. His award winning advertising has become known throughout the world.