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Howe family wins civil suit against former business manager

Via RedWingsFeed, the Oakland Press's Ryan Felton reports that a jury ruled in favor of the family of Gordie Howe in a civil suit filed against Howe's former business manager, Del Reddy:

A jury found Hockey Hall of Fame member Gordie Howe sustained $3 million in financial damages when former business managers destroyed sports memorabilia that was supposed to be returned under an agreement made to settle a previous lawsuit.

The 85-year-old Howe of Bloomfield Township was in attendance at Oakland County Circuit Court Tuesday in Judge Leo Bowman’s courtroom with his son Mark. The Howes, along with Power Play International Company, the company that handled Howe’s merchandise, sued Del and Michael Reddy, Aaron Howard and Immortal Investments, the former business partners.

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Bugsy's avatar

Matta said he expects an appeal will be filed in the decision.

“They have not made this easy throughout the litigation,” he said. “I fully expect an appeal.”

—Oh please, don’t drag this out (I know, wishful thinking).

Posted by Bugsy on 06/18/13 at 05:56 PM ET

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