The Atlanta Hawks are an elite basketball team part of the NBA. Their ownership group is known as the Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment, LLC, or AHBE. One of their previous owners was Bruce Levenson. He purchased and was involved with the team, and other ventures, for a number of years. During his time there, Levenson (see, http://brucelevenson.com/) hired a man named Danny Ferry to come on board as a general manager and president of basketball operations. In 2014, Leveson announced his decision to leave the ownership group and sold off his shares.
According to ESPN, about a year after Levenson sold off his shares, Danny Ferry also left the ownership group. His leaving sparked a court dispute with the company that holds their insurance policy, the New Hampshire Insurance Company, also known as AIG. AHBE is suing AIG for breach of contract and insurance bad faith.
AHBE believed they had insurance coverage for wrongful termination and other employment-related items. ABHE then tried to claim benefits due to Danny Ferry leaving and AIG has yet to follow through on their end. The lawsuit states that AIG will not even acknowledge that any claim was ever made and states nothing further is to be done on their end.
As of now, it is unclear who will end up winning this court dispute. For more info on Mr. Levenson, refer to his Wikipedia page.