Bruce Levenson is a well-known and successful entrepreneur. Bruce achieved his political science degree from Washington University. Also, he is a graduate from American University’s law school. Bruce started his career at the Washington Star. Also, he worked as a reporter for Observer Publishing, an energy newsletter. His expertise and passion for entrepreneurship led to the establishment of United Communications Group (UCG). The company was established in partnership with Mr. Ed Peskowitz.
UCG is a firm which operates in more focused and directed business universe. The main company’s objective is to assist their customers increase profits, reduce risks, and drive inefficiencies through critical guidance and solutions that they offer. To deliver their services, the company carries out trade show, online training news services, special reports not forgetting the white papers which spell out business opportunities in the dynamic market. The company boasts having the best staff that is in a position to gather and analyze the complex business market.
Bruce’s expertise has seen him serve on various boards of specialized information industry such as the DC, Community Foundation of Washington, Hope Dreams Foundation not forgetting his role as a president for the “I Have A Dream” Foundation in Washington. Also, he served as a director at the publicly traded TechTarget; a company started inside UCG. Bruce is also the owner of Atlanta Spirit. Additionally, Bruce is the former co-owner of the Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC. For more info, refer to Levenson’s wikipedia page.
Some time back, Bruce hired Goldman Sachs and Inner Circle Sports to sell the Hawks and operating rights to Philips Arena. About one year later, Bruce’s group is now suing the former Hawk’s insurance company over settlement claims made by Hawk’s former general manager, Danny Ferry, reveals ESPN. The former Hawks Ownership Group believes that the insurance company breached the contract by failing to cover losses related to Ferry’s employment termination.
The lawsuit states the insurance company refused to acknowledge the claim. Therefore, it demands an additional 50% penalty of the unpaid loss and attorney’s fees and costs. The current Hawks Ownership Group spokesperson said in an interview that they are aware of the complaint. However, the involved parties have are no longer related to the group hence they cannot make any comment concerning the lawsuit.