'Girls Gone Wild' Creator Rips Subsidiary's Ch. 11 Filing

Law360, New York (June 4, 2013, 2:57 PM EDT) -- "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis asked a California federal court Monday to review a bankruptcy judge's order allowing the defunct company's trustee to push a subsidiary into Chapter 11 in a bid to recover company trademarks transferred overseas.

Francis is fighting GGW Brands LLC trustee R. Todd Neilson's efforts to recover the allegedly purloined trademarks, arguing that GGW Brands was simply the manager of GGW Marketing, not a member, and therefore it had no ownership claims over the trademarks and Neilson is not empowered to...
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GGW Brands, LLC

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California Central

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February 27, 2013

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