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Actor Hagman’s Broker Was Industry Star Until Massive Fine


Lisa Detanna was a newcomer to the Barron’s Top 100 Women Financial Advisors list this year. Odds are she won’t make the cut in 2011, after being hit with an $11.5mil arbitration settlement yesterday in relation to the accounts of actor Larry Hagman. Hagman, 79, is best known for his role as the villainous J.R. […]

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'Dallas' star wins $1.1 million from Citi

The Hollywood Reporter

J.R. Ewing would have been all smiles. Larry Hagman, who portrayed the rich fictitious oil baron Ewing in the CBS cult TV show “Dallas,” won an arbitration panel ruling in a securities case against a unit of Citigroup that will earn him $1.1 million and $10 million in punitive damages for charities of his choosing, […]

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Larry Hagman wins $11 million payout from Citi


An arbitration panel has ordered Citigroup Inc. to pay out more than $11 million following allegations that it mishandled the accounts of “Dallas” actor Larry Hagman. Arbitrators told Citi to pay Hagman around $1.1 million in compensation and to hand a further $10 million to the charity of his choice. Hagman, best know for his role […]

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Larry Hagman Lassoes $12M From Citi


Larry Hagman, the actor who played Texas oilman J.R. Ewing in the popular 1980’s TV series Dallas won $12 million in an arbitration case against Citigroup on Wednesday. The ruling by a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitration panel requires Citigroup to pay $1.1 million in compensatory damages to Hagman, punitive damages of $10 million to charities the actor will […]

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Actor Larry Hagman Wins $11.5 Million Arbitration Against Citigroup

Wall Street Journal

An arbitration panel ruled in favor of actor Larry Hagman in a securities case against a unit of Citigroup Inc., which was ordered to pay $1.1 million to the former star of the TV show “Dallas,” and another $10 million to charities of his choosing. Mr. Hagman, along with various trusts and IRA accounts titled […]

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