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Fenway Sports Group Will Be Subpoenaed For Liverpool Documents
Published July 19, 2013
Hicks and his Hicks Holding Company also were subject to the subpoena order from New York Supreme Court Judge Eileen Bransten, though unlike FSG, Hicks had not objected to the Mill motion. Bransten in her order wrote Mill “believes that Fenway possesses documents 'regarding RBS, LFC, and others, related to the sale of LFC, including, but not limited to, the bidding process, board approval and the purchase price, that will bear on Mill's claims against RBS.'” The order was filed with the court Thursday.
FSG is not a party to the lawsuit, but during oral arguments last month over Mill’s motion, Bransten suggested that depending on what Mill found from the documents, FSG could become a defendant.