Originally Posted by Chevaux
How was that resolved?
I believe it ultimately had to be settled privately, according to this article
In 2009, the lawyers were formally convicted
of federal charges and had to repay their clients with their assets, including their 20% ownership share of the horse. I'm not sure how that 20% stake was unwound legally. Most articles about Curlin's stud career reference "majority owner Jess Jackson's Stonestreet Stable," so it very well could be the case that the legal system is still grinding along.
(I should say, I'm just a racing fan, I have no connection to any of this but just recall following along with the news as it all unfolded a couple of years ago.)