Wednesday, February 21, 2007
O.J. Simpson: the Indianapolis Connection
According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, Indy's own Sommer Barnard attorney Jonathan Polak has won a partial victory in the lawsuit he orchestrated against O.J. Simpson on behalf of the family of Ronald Goldman.
IBJ Daily reports that a judge in Los Angeles yesterday ordered that Simpson pay the family earnings he made from making television commercials and such movies as "Naked Gun" and "No Place to Hide."
However, Reuters reported, Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg delayed a decision on whether Simpson could be forced to pay the family the $1 million advance Simpson reported received for the book, "If I Did It," which wasn't published.
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 5:09 PM