Canadian Court Freezes Ex-Hollinger Exec’s Assets

Law360, New York (October 30, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- The assets of former Hollinger Inc. executive Daniel Radler have been frozen at the request of the company, which is seeking to recoup management costs and noncompetition payments made to Radler and fellow former executive Conrad Black.

A Canadian court granted Hollinger’s motion last week, freezing both Radler’s personal assets and the assets of his company, F.D. Radler Ltd.

The order prevents Radler and the company from transferring or divesting any assets while the Hollinger case is still in court. Radler’s personal bank account has also...
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